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Welcome to Pakistan Class’ Webpage 2017-2018!

“The potential possibilities of any child are the most intriguing and stimulating in all creation.” 
— Ray L. Wilbur,

Where every day, learning is fun and new relationships are built through various interactions such as story time, indoor play and outdoor play. The aim of our class is to share, value and respect each person’s views.

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Class Topics

Autumn Term

(September to December)

The autumn term is divided into two half terms. The first term begins on September 4th and ends on October 21th 2017. The second half term begins on October 30st and ends on December 22st 2017. During the autumn term we aim to cover the following topics in a fun and interactive way catering to all learning needs of the children:

  • First half term- Why do you love me so much?
  • Second half tern- Why can’t I eat chocolate for breakfast?   

‘Why do you love me so much?’

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In this topic we focussed our learning goals, around love, families, friends, home and ourselves. Parents and Guardians can assist with their child or children’s learning by engaging into discussions around these themes and perhaps by looking at photographs of family members whether in a group picture or single picture and picture of them as a baby.

Why can’t I eat chocolate for breakfast?

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In this topic we focussed on food. We looked at how foods can be unhealthy and health. we looked at using food to enhance learning.

 

Spring Term

(January to March)

The spring term is divided into two half terms. The first term begins on January 8th and ends on February 9th 2018. The second half term begins on February 19st and ends on March29th 2018. During the spring term we aim to cover the following topics in a fun and interactive way catering to all learning needs of the children:

  • First half term- Can We Explore It?
  • Second half tern- Are Eggs Alive?

 

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Visiting Clapton Library

Every other Friday we visit Clapton Library, from 2 pm to 3 pm, there we allow the children to look at books and have story time with the librarians who reads a book to the class. Books are seen as the gate way to greater knowledge and that this why we deem this execution as an important one. Due to the fact that the library is off the school compound we seek the assistance of two adults to assist us as we journey to and from the library. If you are available between 2 and 3pm on a Friday afternoon and would like to accompany us, please let us know. Your help would be greatly appreciated.

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Forest School

Our first forest school session will be 3th October and then every Tuesday morning from then on. The school will provide waterproof jackets and trousers but could you please bring a pair of wellies for your child and leave them in the assigned box in the cloakroom. On forest school days your child should come to school in their PE kit.

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Please Remember

  •       Our Spring Class coffee morning is Monday 19st of March at 9.00am.
  •       Our cake sale to raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital will be on Friday 15th of June 2018. If you are good at baking or just fancy having a go, please support us with some donations.
  •       Our class assembly is May 21st, 2018 at 9.30-10.00am. We would love for you to come and watch if you can. Please support your child with learning lines and songs.
  •       Homework is set on a Friday and must be handed in by the following Wednesday.
  •       Reading books will be changed and sent home on a Friday. Please remember to sign and write a comment in your child’s reading log.
  • PE kits MUST be worn to school on Tuesdays (Forest School) and Thursdays (PE). Please leave a spare set of clothing at school in case your child gets messy. They will always wear aprons during art activities and water play but sometimes they still manage to get themselves in a mess!

Please support your child as much as you can with remembering to wear the correct uniform and bring what they need to school. Homework is a very important part of your child’s learning and the more support you can give them the quicker they can progress. I hugely appreciate all the support you give and if you ever wish to contact me for any reason, I am more than happy to help in any way. Please email me clewis@northwold.amayatrust.com  with any concerns or questions.

I look forward to seeing you at your parent morning’s over the forth coming weeks. Don’t forget, if you would like to stay and see your child learning in the classroom after your meeting, you are more than welcome.

 

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Some photos

 

 

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Class Teacher: Candace Lewis

Teaching Assistant: Brittanney Ferguson

Nursery Officer: Winsome Lewis/Annette Serieux


Candace Lewis

Candace Lewis, Class Teacher