Welcome to the last newsletter of the Summer term!
It seems incredible that we are nearly at the end of this academic year, and what a year it has been! There have been so many wonderful events throughout the school year and we are so pleased to be able to continue to offer our pupils such a wonderful range of opportunities.
This is a term of arrivals and departures and for some of you it will be the end of your journey with Treverbyn. I would like to thank you all for your continued support over my first year as Head of School and I look forward to welcoming our new parents to the school community. I’d also like to take this opportunity to thank our incredible FOTA team for all they do to raise funds to support our school. This year they have supported with trips, new resources for the nursery and fully funded the Y6 leavers hoodies. They work tirelessly for our school and always need new volunteers so if you can offer your help please do. Thank you for supporting all the events they have put on this year.
I cannot end the year without sending our love and good wishes to all our wonderful Y6 pupils who will soon be leaving us to start their secondary school career. We will certainly miss you but know you will go on to bigger and better things and always represent Treverbyn so well. Good luck!
Maria Rundle Head of School
DATES Monday 10th July ~ RECEPTION CLASS CINEMA TRIP Monday 10th - Friday 14th July ~ YEAR 6 SWIMMING Weds 12th July ~ PROVISIONAL SPORTS DAY Thursday 13th July ~ YEAR 5 SAILING Friday 14th July ~ YEAR 2 BEACH TRIP Monday 17th July ~ YEAR 6 PERFORMANCE @ 1.30PM Tuesday 18th July ~ YEAR 6 PERFORMANCE @ 5.30PM Tuesday 18th July ~ RECORDER CLUB MUSIC WORKSHOP Friday 21st July ~ LAST DAY OF TERM (FINISH AT 1.30PM)
What's On Locally
Damselflies have enjoyed reading, "That's not my Pirate". They have made pirate ships, hats and have been looking for treasure (gold coins in the sand).
Dragonflies have been reading "The Scarecrows Wedding". They have been ordering numbers 1-5 using the fish from Under the sea week. The Dragonflies also painted some abstract underwater scenes, and are learning what the word "abstract" means.
All of the children have loved exploring our new furniture. The new environment has really enhanced the children's creative learning, with lots of loose parts and areas for imaginative play, as well as the opportunity to develop communication and language. Thank you for all of your support this year. We hope you all have a wonderful Summer.
Reception - Mrs Kearton
This Half term we have been focusing on everything beach and sea !!! We have explored different stories and produced some wonderful writing about the characters and the storylines! An example of this was when we made mermaids and wrote about them. We have looked at sea creatures and habitats in the sea and at the beach.
In maths we have been exploring, doubling, halving, odd, evens and counting in 2's. We have developed such great maths minds with such a rich mathematical language from everything we have learned this year.
We have also been beginning our transition to year one. We have met Miss Warn and explored the new classroom. Lots of very excited children, looking forward to becoming year 1 pupils!