Burton Green Academy Newsletter 5th June 2019
Welcome back after what I hope was a relaxing half term break. We now begin a very busy half term with lots going on for children and adults. There is so much planned I’m not sure how we are going to fit it in! Today is also the day that we have welcomed our first new group of children into Maple class. The buzz of excitement across the school is huge. On another note I have met with some representatives from Cala homes and they have discussed with myself how they wish to support the school. They have already had soil delivered for our gardening beds (which we needed) and they are keen to purchase a reading arbour for the school, so children can enjoy reading in the fresh air. The work they do with schools also involves safety talks which we will be organising soon, to ensure children are kept as safe as possible.
I hope to see some of you at our assembly on Friday morning when we can celebrate the very special children we have in our school.
Class Highlights of the Week:
This week we are excited to meet some of the new reception children who will be joining our class in September and will be helping them settle into Maple Class. We have also started our new 'Pirates' topic and have been learning what an algorithm is in ICT.
Cedar class have started learning our country dances. This is in preparation for our country dancing at Kenilworth Castle.
This week we have been discovering what Howard carter and Lord Carnarvon discovered inside a famous tomb and considering whether we would be brave enough to enter...after reading the curse above the door!
A very busy week with working through profit and loss accounts – deciding on our enterprise projects, learning the first of our Country dances and understanding which ingredients really go into making a healthy snack!