... Year 3 Information Evening Thursday 18th September 2014...

Another busy week is over and your children should be arriving home this evening with their targets to work on over the forthcoming term. The children will have opportunities to work on these targets in school not only in Literacy and Maths lessons but also through meaningful links across the curriculum. We very much hope that you can support us by helping your child at home too; this partnership between home and school is vital and something that we have always been very proud of at Sharmans Cross.

Over the next couple of weeks we will also be hosting our curriculum evenings and hope that you will take this opportunity to meet with your child’s class teacher and find out more about what they will be learning this year. I know that all year groups have got lots of exciting activities planned – I definitely wish that I was a child at school again!

Have a super weekend.

Jane Ferguson

Coming up – Harvest Festival

We are looking forward to celebrating Harvest Festival throughout Sharmans this year! We are encouraging children to bring in none perishable food items (such as tins, preservatives, pasta etc.) that can be put together in a class gift box. The gift boxes will be collected and given to someone in need within our local community on Wednesday 1st October. We are going to be holding a whole school competition for which class can fill their harvest box first and donations for this will be greatly received from Monday 15th September.

Many thanks for your support!



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