AUTUMN TERM 2017
 
Our final school year at St Ives Infant School begins with a focus on the topic of how the sea is important to living things.
 
We will be visiting the Lifeboat Station where we will interview a member of the crew, enjoy a trip to the Maritime Museum in Falmouth, study famous local artists' paintings of the sea, for example Bryan Pearce, Alfred Wallis.  We will be making model boat mobiles and learning songs about the sea.
 
Our homework project will be a study of our choice linked to the sea.
 
We will also be learning all about water safety and be visiting the leisure centre once a week over 10 weeks for our swimming lessons.

Mrs Sharma-Benjamin

Teacher

Mrs Phillips

Higher Level Teaching Assistant

Mrs Davies

Lunchtime Supervisory Assistant

We are a Year 2 class taught by Mrs Sharma-Benjamin who is also the acting Deputy Headteacher. Mrs Phillips is our Teaching Assistant (Higher Level) and Mrs Davies supervises us at lunchtime.
 
We hope you are able to follow our progress by visiting our pages regularly.
We are keen to promote home reading and have attached a couple of links we hope you will find useful...
Open classroom offers parents a weekly opportunity to come and have a look at your child's books.
There will be a different set of books each week and whilst this is not a time to discuss your child's progress with their teacher, separate appointments can be made should you have any concerns or questions. Sandpiper Classroom will be open to parents between 3.05-3.20pm each Wednesday afternoon from 19th October.