Monday, 29 March 2010
Huckerby has finished all his challanges and will be moving on after Easter. He hopes Carlos and Bunnet have been working hard and have the answers to all their challenges. Huckerby is looking forward to travelling to Spain and would like to wish all the boys and girls a very happy Easter!
Tuesday, 16 March 2010
Huckerby came to look at the children’s lunch boxes today to check what they eat for lunch.
He enjoyed being there with them but he
thought it was a bit noisy!
We made graphs of our favourite food.
Our best school dinners are hot dogs, pizza and curry.
Sunday, 14 March 2010
The books are carefully catalogued so they are easy to find and we have a special computer system which lists all the books and which the librarians use to issue and return them.
The library also has a DVD player and television which the children can use to watch. This has also been used by the Friends Committee at school to play DVD's for the children to watch while their parents are at parents evening.
In the last few weeks Carlos has also enjoyed taking part in International World Book Day and some art lessons with the children in Class 3 - pictures will follow soon. Hopefully in the next few weeks he will also be finding out about the job of the Headteacher and the Deputy Head.
We have lots of exciting events coming up before the Easter holidays including a Samba dancing session for children in Class 3 and 4, swimming lessons and the whole school taking part in the Sport Relief mile to raise money for charity.
More pictures soon!
Carlos has been very busy this last week finding out about the use of the library at Pulham School. We are all very lucky because our library was refurbished about 2 years ago giving us much more space for all our lovely books.
The library has lots of different uses at our school. Whole classes can go in there and choose books to take home or use in lessons. Small groups work in the library during lessons too. The library is open 2 lunchtimes a week for children to go and return books they have read and take new ones out. Children in Year 5 are the librarians.