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Newsletter - May 2023

by St Keverne


Newsletter - May 2023
Head of School Welcome
Dear Parents/Carers

Welcome to our updated half termly newsletter. We hope you enjoy reading about what we've all been up to over the past few weeks.

Do make a note of the diary dates for the next half term, these will be updated as they are confirmed.

Have a brilliant half term and we look forward to seeing everyone on Monday 5th June ready for the second half of the Summer term.
Diary Dates
29th May - 2nd June - May half term
5-7th June - Year 5/6 residential trip to Bristol
8th June Year 5/6 sailing
14th June - Year 6 transition visit to Mullion Comprehensive School
15th June - Year 5/6 sailing
22nd June - Year 3/4 "The shipping forecast" artist visit to school
22nd June - Year 5/6 sailing
23rd June - Whole school and class photos
27th June - FOSKS AGM 7pm in the school hall.
28th June - KS2 (years 3-4) cluster sports at Mullion School
29th-30th June - Year 3/4 residential trip to Plymouth
29th June - no year 5/6 sailing
4th July - Year 6 transition day visit to Mullion School
6th July - Year 5/6 sailing
7th July - St Keverne School sports day 1.30pm
13th July - EYFS (reception) graduation 10.30am
19th July - Year 6 leavers celebration
21st July - Last day of Summer Term
6th September - First day of Autumn Term
Reception Class
Carleon class have been learning about Mary Anning in history lessons and discovering why she was significant. We learnt a lot about her life but the main thing was that she discovered some fossils that belonged to dinosaurs that people had never heard of before.

Not only did she do this, but she did it over 200 years ago, she was only 12 and she was a woman. We still don't think she is as well-known as she should be.
The children in Carleon class finished their Mary Anning history work this week by making some fossils.
Godrevy Class
It has been a very busy half term for Godrevy class. We have enjoyed researching our local significant person in History, Henry Trengrouse, developing an understanding of why he is significant to not just the local area but the world, with his development of life-saving equipment.

We have enjoyed learning in our outdoor area, both for science and English, providing us to learn about light and using the environment around us to develop our vocabulary in our story telling.