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Puriton Primary School

Puriton Primary School

Opal Class

We are the youngest members of Puriton Primary School. Our teacher is Ms Keating and we have two teaching assistants, Ms Morton and Mrs Cole. 

 Weekly timetable 

Monday

Please bring book bag with home school diary and reading book.

 

Tuesday

Book bag needed in school.

Bring in challenge book if a new challenge is needed.

Wednesday

Book bag needed in school.

Welly Wednesday - so wellies needed. These may be left on the welly rack.

New reading books are available.

Thursday

Book bag needed in school.

PE kit is needed. PE bags may be left on the pegs.

Bring in challenge book if a new challenge is needed.

Friday

Book bag needed in school.

PE kit is needed. PE bags may be left on the pegs.

New reading books are available.

 Book bags and challenge books will be given to the children later this term.  

Autumn Term:

Routine letter

Roll up Roll up!

W/C: 9th September

This week the children in Opal class took part in the skipping workshop. They learnt how to jump over the rope when it was a 'snake' and then jump while the rope was turned for them. They were fantastic, listening carefully and bouncing lots.

We have continued to count with care while using the picture book 'Abigail' by Catherine Rayner. We have counted giraffes, ladybird spots and stars. When counting carefully we have to say the number names in order and then if we can, touch the item. We will be using books by this author over this term. 

Everyone is looking forward to meeting the other half of the class and staying to lunch next week. 

 

 W/C: 3rd  September

The children have settled very well into Opal class . They have made new friends, learnt how to share the toys and have started to learn new rhymes and songs. We have been counting carefully and blending sounds to work hear the word e.g. "touch your ch-i-n".

Next week the children will need to have PE kits in school as we are taking part in the skipping workshop. It will also be useful to have a thin coat in school while the weather is changeable, as we go out to play even if it is drizzling.