Please see the Science Homework for next week!
Monday: What Rot!
Tuesday: Space Cafe
Wednesday: Upside-Down Food Science
Thursday: Yellow Submarine
Reading Celebration Week
Next Monday 26th February marks the start of our Reading Celebration Week. We wanted to share with you the exciting events we have planned at school to mark World Book Day.
Share A Story Mornings
On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, you are invited to join us at the start of the school day to share a story with your child in their classroom. You are very welcome to stay until 9.15am. We just ask due to limited space that you choose to attend just one of the four morning sessions available.
We are also launching our Lanchester Readathon to raise funds for our brilliant new school library space. Every child has been given a Reach For The Stars Reading Challenge Form. All the children who successfully complete all 20 of the fun challenges will be awarded a Super Reader Certificate.
If you would like to sponsor your child to read, you can donate at http://mydonate.bt.com/events/lcfsreadathon/457179. Parents who contribute to the Lanchester Readathon will get a donation sticker dedicated in their child’s name in a new library book. Cash donations are very welcome too. Please leave these in a sealed envelope at reception marked with your child’s name.
We are also creating a new display in the school library and we would love to receive photos of you reading with your child. If you have a photo you would like to share, please give them to your class teacher in a named envelope next week.
World Book Day Tokens
Every child will be given a £1 World Book Day Book Token. These can be spent in WH Smith, Waterstones and all good independent bookshops. You can also exchange the voucher for one of 10 exclusive, new and completely free World Book Day books.
Dress Up As Your Favourite Book Character
Next Friday 2nd March, we would love the children to come to school dressed as their favourite book character. For some good and inexpensive ideas, please do look at the dressing up gallery on the website www.worldbookday.com
World Book Day 2018
On Friday 2nd March we are celebrating World Book Day. Please send your child to school dressed as their favourite character from a book.