Robins are cheerful and friendly birds, well known for their distinctive colouring and beautiful song. These colourful characters are lively and outgoing, and will brighten anyone's day. Although small in stature, they are daring and adventurous, and use their inquisitive nature to innovate and problem solve.
As younger members of the year 3/4 team, Robins use these skills to work together harmoniously and set their sights high on soaring in the sky.
The class teacher in Robins is Mr Shaun Wingrove. The Learning Support Assistants are Mrs Pateman and Mrs Netherway.
PE days: PE kits are required to be left in school from Wednesday and Thursday. The kit consists of a white t-shirt, blue shorts and trainers / plimsolls. During winter months, it is suggested that children are provided with a tracksuit. All items of PE kit should be labelled with the child's name and class.
Home Learning: Will be given out on a Friday to be collected the following Wednesday.
Year 3 and 4 Teaching and Learning Lead: Miss Sarah Durnford
Key Stage 2 Lead: Mrs Leanne Foster
If there are any issues or concerns, please feel free to come in and see the class teacher (Mr Wingrove) or contact
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