Welcome to Dragonflies Class
We hope you enjoy exploring our learning throughout the year!
Welcome to an exciting year in Dragonflies class! Mrs Mayo will teach the class Monday am, Tuesday am, and all-day on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Mrs Thomas will teach Y4 maths on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. She will then teach the whole class Monday pm and Tuesday pm.
Our PE days will be a Tuesday and Friday pm. Please ensure that your child has the correct PE uniform and appropriate footwear.
We regard reading as high importance at Peterchurch and encourage children to read at least 5 times a week and that this is recorded in their reading log and signed by an adult. Children who met this expectation will have an additional play once a week where children who need to catch up on their reading will have the opportunity to do so.
Please ensure that your child practises their tables using TT Rockstars. Your child can also practise using other games/apps or orally if preferred using their homework book. This is important as the children will take the statutory multiplication tables check (MTC) in June 2024. Please see further information about this below.
Please also ensure that your child has a bottle of water and coat in school daily.
Thank you for your continued support, If you have any queries, then please see us at the start/end of the school day, contact us via Dojo or through the school office.
Mrs Mayo and Mrs Thomas.
Please click on the attachment below to find out more about the curriculum for each term.
At the end of a very busy first term, we take a look at back at all the wonderful things Dragonflies have been up to.
Creating our beautiful 'Autumn Art', which was displayed in the Hub at St Peter's Church.
Our first Parent Workshop exploring how we teach Mathematics at Peterchurch.
Developing a range of different skills during our fantastic coaching sessions provided by Paces.
Performing our amazing Harvest festival play 'The Greedy Farmer' to parents/carers and the local community.
Learning all about networks and the internet during our network safari.
After researching great architects through time, Dragonflies designed and built their very own sculptors.
Meeting the newest members of our school, Cinnamon and Crumpet.
A visit from our local NHS nurses to talk about dental hygiene and healthy eating.
A wonderful morning spent over at the village hall with Monday club, sharing stories of school, reading books and playing games.
Getting involved with the Pudsey Bearpees Challenge to raise money for BBC Children in Need 2023.
Taking part in a very important Road Safety Awareness Workshop.
Inventing, making and serving their own healthy, green soup to the local members of Monday Club.
A wonderful visit to Hartlebury Castle to experience a day in the life of a Victorian school child.
Working in enterprise groups, the children designed, made and sold their products at our annual Christmas Fair.
Enjoying the Icelandic tradition of Jolabokaflod, which involves enjoying hot chocolate, treats and an exchange of books. What a lovely afternoon!
Dragonflies would like to wish you all a very merry Christmas 🎄and a happy New Year. ⭐️
See you next term for more exciting learning. ☺️
A fantastic start to the Spring term with a whole week of Wellbeing focus. During the week, we took the time to reflect on how we can look after ourselves, we explored which areas we are already doing well in caring for ourselves and what more we can do to further look after our wellbeing. We enjoyed taking part in lots of different activities including: a senses scavenger hunt, circle time games and a Lego challenge.
Wellbeing Week Dragonflies
In computing this half term, we have been looking into the journey of a computer. We have explored the basic input and outputs, decomposed a laptop and spent time learning all about the purpose of different computer parts.
Dragonflies Spring Term 1
Dragonflies have been developing their understanding of Hockey this half term. They have been focusing on their ball control and it has been wonderful to see how much they have developed and improved. 🏑🏑🏑
Dragonflies Spring Term 1
Parents/Carers visited Dragonflies for our Reading workshop. We explored different ways to promote and support learning, both at home and in school. We also gave the adults a couple of tasks to complete, which were taken from one of our recent guided reading lessons.
Please see the PowerPoint above to recap anything from the workshop.
Parent Workshop Reading