Peacock Class

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Our Teachers in Peacock class:

 Mrs Spicer- Mrs Spicer teaches us on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. She is very kind and makes us laugh. Mrs Spicer likes reading us stories and telling us about her children and her chickens!

Mrs Malyon- Mrs Malyon teaches us on a Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. She is very friendly and loves teaching us Maths. Mrs Malyon is always smiling and happy to help us.

Mrs Carr- Mrs Carr is our teaching assistant on a Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. She is very kind and helpful and loves to sing!

Mrs Brown- Mrs Brown is our teaching assistant on a Thursday and Friday. She is calm, caring and helps us lots.

Mrs Laver- Mrs Laver is a 1:1 teaching assistant in Peacock class. She is always happy and smiley.


  Important Information

We always need volunteers to walk with us to the library! Please let your class teacher know if you can offer your help. Thank you! We leave at 2pm.
Library dates for this half term:
Thursday 23rd November, 2017
Thursday 14th December, 2017
We sre still enjoying hearing your children read! Thank you for listening to your child read and completing their Guided Reading Homework. The children are making great progress. Guided Reading is given out on Friday and should be returned the following Wednesday. Peacocks are achieving well with their Super Spellers. Thank you for your support in completing these with them each week. These are handed out on Fridays and should be returned on the following Friday each week.
PE days are Monday and Friday
Please ensure your child has a named PE kit in school, in order for them to take part safely. This term we welcome Lisa our gymnastics coach who will be teaching the children key skills on a Monday.
Reading Books
We have a huge selection of reading books which can be found outside Penguin Classroom. please feel free to select books to read with your child at home, in addition to their reading homework each week.



Peacock Class have had a brilliant time travelling back to 1666 and learning all about the Great Fire of London. We started our topic with a visit from Open Box Theatre Company came to visit. We are now Great Fire of London experts! 

 Here are some photos of our visit from Open Box:                                                                                                         

We have learnt lots about the timeline of The Great Fire of London. Ask us what we know and we will amaze you with our knowledge! We know the gruesome symptoms of The Plague, made bread like Thomas Farriner, designed the houses of Pudding Lane, created outstanding silhouettes of London ablaze and written some fabulous pieces of writing about The Great Fire of London. Peacock class have been so passionate about this topic!



For more upcoming dates and events, please look at the school newsletter.