Joydens Wood Infant School
In our school we stimulate awe and wonder through a captivating curriculum that develops effort based learning. We support and work together to make our school a purposeful place that enables every child to thrive and succeed. We celebrate differences and see the uniqueness in all.VISION AND VALUES
This week's school attendance
Cooked School Dinners
Smiley Faces Awarded
Happy Mother’s Day to all our Mums!
This week we have many exciting things planned:
Science Week will run all week – watch out for the blogs, showcasing all exciting experiments the children have been doing!
Own Clothes Day – Thursday 15th March – donations for Easter Raffle (tickets went out in book bags last week- draw on Monday 26th March)
Sport Relief Skip-a-Thon – Friday 16th March – a suggested donation of £1 – please send children in their sports wear and trainers
Clubs Sign up – Wednesday 14th March at 8pm Please sign up for next term’s clubs at www.joydenswoodinfant.parentseveningsystem.co.uk
A new African Drumming Club starting after Easter – run by Mrs Lawton – free of charge but numbers limited to 8 per year group
Please see our latest blog for photographs of World Book Day. The children’s costumes were amazing and they had a thoroughly fantastic day filled with reading activities!
Thank you to all the mums who joined us for the Mother’s afternoon treats on Friday 9 March. We hope you enjoyed the children’s wonderful singing!
What an exciting week it has been for our little explorers! We have been thoroughly embracing Science Week through a range of exploring, investigating and recording.
Year One have had a fantastic week learning all about Science. We started off with a Forensic Science interactive workshop where the children had to search for clues to solve the crime. Great fun was had looking for DNA and investigating the crime scene!
This week the children have become scientists. They have had the most fantastic time investigating and thinking scientifically. They have carried out an experiment on separating liquids, making predictions about whether the liquids would change colour, whether they would bubble or whether they would combine together… ask your children the outcome of that investigation…
We were very excited to celebrate a belated World Book Day on Thursday 8 March. The children dressed up as their favourite book characters and took part in a range of activities including sharing books with their buddies, making bookmarks with reading prompts, designing their own book covers and creating decorated book doors.
This Week's Spellings/Phonics
Year 1 classes
Year 2 classes
Junk Modelling and Unwanted ‘Bits and Bobs!’
If you have any recycling e.g. empty plastic bottles, pots, cardboard boxes, packaging etc. please bring it in to our Reception and Year 1 classes. The children love turning your junk into their wonderful own creations. Also any unwanted buttons, wool, craft bits (pom poms, glitter, felt) would also be much appreciated.
Lastly if you have any unwanted Lego (not Duplo) we would much appreciate your donations.
MANY THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT.