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πŸ₯Ύβ›‘ Y4 Visit to Peak District πŸ₯Ύβ›‘

THIS TRIP IS ONLY IS FOR Y4 CHILDREN WHO ARE NOT ATTENDING THE RESIDENTIAL IN JULY.

Dear Parents/Carers,

We are exploring what makes Sheffield special. As part of this, we are going to visit the Peak District and explore the national park.

During this day, the children will get to experience the great outdoors by hiking, orienteering and exploring the nature there.

The event will take place on Monday 24th June 2024 and Tuesday 25th June 2024. Please bring your child to school at 7:40 am for registration.

Monday 24th June Y4 Turquoise and half of Y4 Onyx

Tuesday 25th June Y4 Peridot and half of Y4 Onyx

Your child will need a waterproof coat, warm clothing, a hat, sun cream, a rucksack and trainers, a packed lunch, healthy snacks and a large water bottle.

If your child receives free school meals, they will get a packed lunch provided.

The cost for this trip is £10, and can be paid via the Arbor app.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to speak to Mrs Hodgkins.

We hope you are as excited as us for this opportunity,

 

Y4 Team

πŸ₯Ύβ›‘ Y4 Visit to Peak District πŸ₯Ύβ›‘

 


Y2 Trip to Bridlington

Dear families

As part of our new topic, ‘Rivers, Seas and Oceans’ we are excited to inform you that all Year 2 classes will be going on a school visit to the seaside at Bridlington! We hope to make a memorable day for the children and further their understanding of life at sea and on coast.

The children will have a full day on the beach making sandcastles, paddling in the sea, picnic lunch and a whole year group sing song! The visit will take place on Tuesday, 16th July 2024. Bridlington is quite a distance from school so for us to get a full day at the seaside we aim to leave school at 8.15am, so please arrive at school at 8am. We expect to return to school by 4pm. If there are any delays, the office team will contact you by 3.30pm. Please make sure your contact details are up to date at the school office.

The cost of the trip is £18 per child. This covers the cost of the coach and an ice cream at the seaside. This is now available on the arbor app to consent and pay in full or instalments, alternatively you can bring your bank card into the school office. Without your contribution it may be necessary to cancel the visit.

We advise children bring a backpack with their things for the day. Please can all children bring a bottle of water (no fizzy drinks please) and a change of clothes. All children will be provided with a free packed lunch by school.

All children must wear sensible clothing and shoes. They will also need to wear a warm, weather-proof coat. Please ensure your child’s name is written in all their clothes.

If the weather is warm, they will also need to wear a hat and sun-cream to protect them. Please ensure you apply suncream on the morning before the visit and put some in your child’s bag as school staff are not permitted to apply suncream to children’s skin during the day.

If you have any further concerns or queries about the trip, we advise you speak to your child’s class teacher and check all medical information is correct at the school office.

Year Two team.

Y2 Trip to Bridlington

 


Mystery Stories

Yesterday Y5 had a 'sleepover' and read each other our mystery stories in the dark and under blankets - it was very spooky! 

Mystery Stories

 


Thornbridge Day 2

Miss Field's group have enjoyed the low ropes, den building, cargo net and sky ropes today. Ms. Elliott also made a special guest appearance today!

Thornbridge Day 2

 


🌏🌏 Darnall History 🌏🌏

In Y4 it's been a great start to our new history unit! We have been exploring the significant developments in Darnall's history and documenting them on a timeline. Did you know that Darnall was a small village outside of Sheffield's boarders? How interesting!

🌏🌏 Darnall History 🌏🌏

 


Y6 Activity Day

Our Y6 pupils have had a great day, building dens and taking part in the Bushcraft challenge.

Y6 Activity Day

 


Phonics Homework

In nursery, we are very PROUD of the saplings who have brought back their phonics homework. They have been working hard to recognise sounds and practice letter formation. WELL DONE!

Phonics Homework

 


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