We have started to analyse the Shakespeare play this week in Kingfishers. We have learnt of the three mysterious sisters and their prophecies. We've described the gloomy setting of the scottish play and have written letters to Lady Macbeth explaining the mysterious goings on. We have been writing TV news reports based on the murder of King Duncan and how this news would have spread. We even had a Green Screen out ready to record so watch this space.
Welcome to the online webpage for your child's class! As a parent, we know that you want to stay informed about your child's education and progress in school. We are excited to provide you with this online resource to help you stay connected with your child's teacher and assistants. This webpage will provide you with up-to-date information about what your child is learning in class, upcoming events, and ways that you can support your child's education at home.
One of the key benefits of this online resource is that it allows you to stay connected with your child's teacher and the rest of the class, even if you cannot be there in person. Through this webpage, you will have access to important updates about your child's class's academic progress, as well as information about upcoming activities, projects and so on. You will also be able to communicate directly with the school through email via our Contact page, so that you can ask questions and stay informed about your child's engagement in class.
We believe that parents play a crucial role in their child's education, and we are committed to working with you to support your child's learning journey. This webpage is just one of the ways that we are striving to create a strong partnership between parents, teachers, and pupils. By using this online resource, you will be able to stay informed about what your child is learning, and you can help reinforce those lessons at home. Together, we can create a supportive and engaging learning environment that will help your child thrive academically and personally