Don't forget that the Summer Reading Challenge begins next weekend, Saturday the 9th July. Get yourself a pack at your local library. Let's see if Bidborough can win the school trophy again for the most challenges completed.
This week, the Salus Workshop came to work with our Year 6s, to help prepare them for their transition to secondary school. The children learned how to recognise the different emotions a person might be feeling through their body language - they also enjoyed a game of 'emotions charade'.
In English, the children have written and decorated their final pieces for the Year 6 Leavers' Book. They're very excited to see it all come together!
On a lovely sunny afternoon earlier in the week, we managed to get outside to play rounders. The children always impress me with how supportive they are of one another, cheering every member of their team along.
We've also had a busy, messy art afternoon making props and painting the backdrop for the play.
And of course, we've been doing lots of play rehearsals! The children have been working so hard. They are very excited (and a tad nervous), but they cannot wait for you all to see it! If possible, please could we have outfits by Monday as Tuesday is our first dress rehearsal to the whole school.
We had school photos earlier in the week - please look out for your child's photo slip that they will bring home! They should also have their tickets for the production - four in total - two for the afternoon showing and two for the evening.
Thank you so much for all your help with costumes and props! Have a lovely weekend!
Miss King, Mrs Thorne and Mrs Entwistle
Isle of Wight Day 1
Meet the Teacher
This week's phonics/spelling