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Ocelots (3JC)

Welcome to the Ocelots! (Class 3JC)

Welcome to Kiveton Park Meadows Junior School! It is going to be a fabulous year of fun, adventure and learning for the Ocelots! We have lots of fabulous learning to do in all of our subjects!

Our teacher is Mr James (Mon - Wed)
Our teacher is Mrs Corr (Wed - Fri)
Our TA is Mrs Orton

Letter home: Friday 4th September

Our Class Theme

We are the Ocelots! Ocelots are medium sized wild cats that live in the rainforests of South and Central America. I'm sure you will love ocelots a lot! We will be doing lots of work on ocelots over the year. Could you investigate them over the summer holidays?

Our Class Pet: Olly

We have been joined by our class mascot, Olly! Olly likes to have fun, but also loves to learn. He'll be looking for someone who is just like him! If you have worked hard in class, tried your best and taken care of those around you, you might get to take Olly home! You'll need to keep him entertained and write a diary entry about all of your fabulous adventures together. 

Autumn Term - Stone Age to the Romans

This term we have two periods of history to learn about - the Stone Age and the Romans. We are going to get started with the wonderful book, "Ug: Boy Genius of the Stone Age." We learn that Ug has many learning behaviours that we look for at our school, but those around him are not too impressed...Our art work will look at sketching of flint tools, making our own hand-print and animal cave paintings and work based on Stonehenge. We are going on a trip to the learn about how to make fire and hunt animals!

PE

Our PE days this term are Tuesdays and Thursdays. To reduce the amount of items being brought from home, we are saying the children should come to school in their PE kits on these days. PE will be outdoors for the foreseeable future so please dress accordingly! We will also complete the daily mile every day on the school field (which can get soggy!), so you may want to bring a pair of trainers every day so you don't complete this in your smart school shoes. 

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