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Spring Week 4

Well where has that week gone! Class 4 have really enjoyed the Arts Days this week! They have learnt and experiences lots about the Caribbean. We also did some reasoning and problem solving in Maths thinking about changing numbers and using inverse operations. In English, we started to write an explanation text about how chocolate is made! This was very exciting to learn about the whole process and link it to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. We also spent some of our afternoons looking at other aspects of Caribbean culture - it’s been a great week! Thank you to those who have donated some extra jars for our DT next week. Enjoy the snow!
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Class 5 Week 4

Another busy week at School! Class 5 have participated in a range of workshops this week and have thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Their beautiful Caribbean artwork will be displayed and you’ll be able to have a good look at open session. Photos are also already on the website!

We have also finished fractions work and are ready to move onto decimals! Timetables Rockstars has been a great hit for Class 5 – with every member of the class logging on and play multiple times! WELL DONE! On Monday we will be seeing who is the most improved, the star of the week and the highest scorer – good luck all!

Please remember swimming kits are needed on Monday as well as usual PE kit for the rest of the week (indoor and outdoor).

Have a great weekend and enjoy the snow!

Miss Walker J

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Spring 1 Week 4

What a fantastic week have had!! The highlight this week were the two Art days! The children had so much fun and produced some amazing art work; don't forget to have a look at all the pictures on our website!

This week we also practised adding and taking away mentally using our knowledge of place value. 

In Literacy we wrote a non-chronological report about St Ippolyts school. 

A polite reminder to parents that children are expected to complete all 5 home learning tasks this half term. If your child has not yet completed them, there is still time to hand in work next week. Every child who completes all 5 tasks will receive a certificate. If your child is unsure of how many they still need to do, we will be happy to let them know.

Please remember that we are a nut free school. If your child brings in birthday treats which contain any traces of nuts, they will unfortunately not be allowed to hand these out; even if you have removed the nut flavoured chocolates (this includes boxes of mixed chocolates such as Celebrations, Roses etc). Thank you for your understanding.

We hope you have a lovely weekend and enjoy the snow!!!

Mrs Weston and Mrs Pateman 

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Spring Week 4

In Class 2, we have had a busy and creative week!

In our English lessons, we looked at when we should include exclamation and questions marks within our sentences.

In maths we recapped our knowledge of addition and subtraction.

During our arts days, we had the opportunity to create some amazing pieces of art based around our Caribbean theme. We can’t wait to show you some of our art on display the main foyer during our open session on Monday 11th February.

Have a lovely weekend,

Miss Leake

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Caribbean Arts Day 2

We have enjoyed another wonderful Caribbean Day in school today with lots of arts activities, an AMAZING steel drum workshop and even a delicious Jamaican lunch.  Photographs have been added to the gallery and we are looking forward to displaying all the children's beautiful work in our exhibition next week.  Do try to come along to our Open Session on Monday 11th February to see it in all its glory!

 

Thank you to everyone who has helped with our 2019 Arts Days - to the PTA for funding our visiting workshops, all the parents and volunteers for the extra pairs of hands, to Mrs Harrington Smith and Herts Catering for providing a wonderful Caribbean lunch and to all the teachers and staff for their imagination and creativity.

 

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Our LocationFind

Our Address:
St Ippolyts C.E. Primary School
Ashbrook Lane,
St Ippolyts,
Hitchin,
Hertfordshire.
SG4 7PB
Telephone:
01462 432080
Fax:
01462 438524
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foodbank Hitchin Food Bank
Collection point for donations in main entrance
guidedogs School Council
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