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In Nursery Class we had a visit from the fire brigade this week.

The firemen talked about what they do and what the children should do if they came across a fire. They then demonstrated the different equipment that they use, such as their breathing apparatus, thermal imaging cameras and door enforcers.

The children in continue to love our Write Dance sessions. This week we were practising straight and angled lines and movements through the theme 'Robots'. It was without doubt, one of their favourites. So much so that we continued to practise the big movements and robot shapes in class, in messy shaving foam.

This week, in Year 1, we made the most of the sun by looking at the shadows we make when the sun shines at different times of the day. We chalked out where our shadows were in the morning and again in the afternoon to see how they had changed.

In Year 2/3 we took a learning walk through Rosemary Gardens to focus on scene settings in our stories. We took in the natural materials using our senses to inspire us, and after a good 45 minutes, we went back to class and wrote some amazing scenesetting pieces.

This week, the focus was for children to project their voices and speak clearly so our prize winners did just that this week. Next weeks focus, as devised by a consensus of the children and staff is for children to pay forward positive comments to each other with a view to making each others day. The Artist of the Week went to Marika in Year 1. Her 8 bit design inspired by the street artist Invader was well worked out and meticulously put together. Simple, authentic beauty! Well done! The Musician of the Week goes to Gowan in Year 2. Paul said that during music this week he worked exceptionally well leading his group and composing an interesting melodic pattern using chime bars. He was inspired and seemed to really enjoy watching and listening to the video of the marimba and glockenspiel being played. He also used great vocabulary to describe the different sounds created by both instruments. Well done!

For Your Diary


18th March .............................................................................. Sport Relief Busk and Danceathon 19th March .............................................................................. Reception Class Assembly (at 10am) WB24th March ....................................................................... Parent/Teacher Consultation Week 26th March .............................................................................. Nursery Class Assembly (at 10am) 4th April .................................................................................... Last day of term (Easter Bonnet Parade) TBA

CERTIFICATES
Nursery Class Olivia M for sharing nicely with her friends; for always following our nursery rules and reminding her friends to follow them as well! She's also been showing a great enthusiasm for writing her sounds which is fantastic! River. He always tries hard and is always enthusiastic whenever we try a new activity. He's been sharing very well with his friends and is a pleasure to have in the class! Reception Class Chloe. You are Receptions star this week for your beautiful drawing and writing about a guinea pig. Well done! Year 1 Misha for confidently delivering his lines in the assembly effortlessly and he also beautifully handmade his shadow puppet for homework focusing on Aladdin. He presented with expression and spoke loudly and clearly. Well done! Year 2/3 Lily-Mae, for really thinking her work through. She plans her work carefully and reflects upon it. She is a confident writer and has shown some imagination with her writing this week. Well done!

PRIZES Nursery Class ....... Marcela Reception Class ... Ikhyd Year 1 ..................... Jimmy Year 2/3 ................ Zaia

Busk and Danceathon for Sport Relief NEXT TUESDAY


Year 1 and 2/3 will be going to Spitalfields Market on Tuesday 18 th March between 10am and 2pm to busk all the songs weve been learning in school and well be performing a dance routine (hopefully not just to keep warm!) in aid of Sport Relief. We hope to raise lots for charity and have fun along the way. Please come along to support us if you can. David & Sheryl will send you a note later this weekend.

Traffic Wardens
In order to keep our friends at bay, please ensure you have a Rosemary Works sign displayed in your window for pick up and drop off and that you park on the road on Branch Place not the estate.

Teaching Post Ad NOW IN


We have advertised the two teaching posts for Rosemary Works starting September 2014, and within the first hour of publication, the applications are coming in! As predicted, well have the lions share of prospective teachers to choose from ensuring the perfect Year 1 and Year 3/4 teacher for our children.

Menu Next Week

L U N C H -------------------Pesto pasta
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L U N C H -------------------Cheese omelette
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L U N C H ------------------Jacket potato
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L U N C H -------------------Vegetable curry rice and peas & salad DESSERT Fresh seasonal fruit
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L U N C H -------------------Spaghetti bolognaise
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green beans, broccoli, cauliflower & salad DESSERT Fresh seasonal fruit

sauted potatoes & baked beans DESSERT Jam cake

cauliflower cheese, flaked fillet salmon & salad DESSERT Yoghurt

sweetcorn & salad DESSERT Rice pudding

T E A -------------------Beans on toast & flapjack

Minestrone soup & fruit cake

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T E A -------------------Gnocchi & tomato bake & fruit & yoghurt

Cheese on toast & apple crumble

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Vegetable soup & seasonal cake