Come and see the fun we had at the doctors surgery and in the science laboratory we set up in class. Homework sheets are handed out each week on a Monday and expected to be returned the following Monday. No home should be without a couple of Pudsey cushions pictured or a spotty dustpan and brush, make sure you have a look at all the great products on their shop page. Age There are a whole heap of resources here to help you, including a sponsorship ideas, sponsorship forms and even printable certificates for every child that takes part! Come and see the fun we’ve had with capacity in maths:
Dressing in our best clothes, dancing and playing games with our friends. Have a look at what we got up to when we celebrated this joyous occasion! The assembly has now been arranged for Tuesday 29th November at 2: Some children went to firework displays whilst others watched from their bedroom windows. No home should be without a couple of Pudsey cushions pictured or a spotty dustpan and brush, make sure you have a look at all the great products on their shop page. You could go all out on one idea, or mix and match from the suggestions, and host your very own Spotacular extravaganza. Any problems please inform the class the class teacher.
Children In Need day. The assembly has now been arranged for Tuesday 29th November at 2: This year BBC Children in Need has so many brilliant products for you to buy and show your support for Pudsey, there really is no excuse for not getting into the spotty spirit and having fun. If not, I suggest that you do. Find out how to pay in your fundraising money, set up an online MyDonate page and if you’re looking for some fame, we’ve even included a press and PR kit for you to tell the world about your spotacular fundraising!
So we transformed our classroom into a magical workshop and designed many beautiful toys that all children will love to play with. These are quite difficult so you might need to use a dictionary or ask your English teacher for help. As part of our exit ceremony for our IPC topic Super Humans we designed posters and shared them with our peers to show what we had learnt about our amazing bodies. Have you ever watched Children in Need?
Wednesday 3 October Paul Condon Digital Content Producer. Dressing in our best clothes, dancing and playing games with our friends.
We have since finished our stick puppets of Pudsey Bear which the children have taken home. What will I see on Children in Need tonight?
What is Children in Need and Who is Pudsey Bear?
Bring and Buy Browse the resources for some spotty inspiration and use them however you like to create a brilliant fundraiser. Telling us where you’re from and what homewrk group you work with or are in helps tailor our content specifically to your needs. By everyone donating to BBC Children in Need in exchange for ditching their uniform, your school is sure to raise plenty of cash, as well as a few eyebrows! Log in 2A Welcome to 2A’s class page!
The children did enjoy the spotty maths activities in the morning though. As part of our entry point we learnt about our super bodies and how they work. Countryfile Calendar Monday 8 October Make the school spotty for the day by challenging everyone — from teachers to caretakers — to dress in beear. Come and see what we got up to at the Toy maker exhibition: English Study Tips from Students. Welcome to 2A’s class page!
KS2 Pudsey drawing competition success | Holy Trinity Primary School
The one and only Pudsey Bear. If you have any problems completing the sheet, please ask and we are more than happy to assist you. Greggs are selling homewrk sizes of gingerbread Pudseys.
There really is something in the shops for everyone, so make sure you get out there, or go online and shop to show homewok spots for Pudsey. Please can you bwar provide your child with a water bottle as we do encourage the children to drink through the day. We also saved our 2p’s. View prev category View next category.
Tony the Toy maker needed our help! A reminder that the children will be having a spelling test this half term on the common exception words that can be found further down the page. Click here for more information.