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  • Nursery: 84%
  • Reception: 92%
  • Year 1: 89%
  • Year 2: 91%
  • Year 3: 97%
  • Year 4: 93%
  • Year 5: 95%
  • Year 6: 97%

Plum

Welcome to Plum Class

 

    

Lost property

I have a lot of lost property from the children get changed for PE, all with no names in. Anything with a name has been handed back to your child. 

If you are missing any white tops (PE and polo shirts), black leggingsblack shorts or socks, please ask to see my lost property bag. 

 

Thank you

Mrs Hester

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Class TeacherMrs Hester
Teaching Assistants

Mrs Henry

Mrs Ashar

Mrs Partharasarathy am

PE Days

Tuesday and Thursday
Monday - Thursday 8.30am-3.15pm
Friday8.30am-1.30pm

  

Items to bring to school

  • Children will order lunches with the class teacher in the morning. If your child is bringing a packed lunch please make sure that it is clearly labelled. 
  • Children must bring a labelled water bottle to school with water in only. These can be refilled during the day. 
  • Children must bring in a labelled school P.E kit in on a Monday and keep it in school. They will bring it home on a Friday to be washed. 
  • Please make sure you label all of your child's school and P.E uniform to ensure items do not get misplaced and be easily reunited with your child.  

 

Reading Expectations

  • Children must read with an adult at home at least four times a week and have their reading records signed.
  • Children must write their own comments twice a week. Examples can be found in their reading record. 
  • Reading books will be changed on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

 

 

 

Plum class are currently reading 'I lost my Granny in the supermarket' written by Jo Simmons. 

 

 

Blurb 

Harry - known as Harry the Hulk to his friends, becasue he is freakishly tall for an 11-year old - is desperate for a dog. His mum has said if he can earn 500 puppy points then he's allowed to get one. And today she has offered him 50 points if he takes Gran to the Caught Short Awards, where she has won a Lifetime Achievement Award for services to Loo Roll. all Harry has to do it take her for a haircut and then to the ceremony. It should be easy! It should be a piece of cake. But what Harry doesn't know is that Gran has her own agenda in mind, and after a stop at the supermarket for some toffees (the sweet she is BANNED from having!) things go very wrong indeed!

 

If you enjoyed the book you should try books by Pamela Butchart and David Solomons. 

 

Other books by Jo Simmons

 

Contact Plum Class Teacher    Plum@stmarys.slough.sch.uk

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