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Mr Cheyne will keep it updated everyday with all of our exciting learning. Keep checking our class page to see all of the new things that we are learning about. 

This week's spellings 

Spellings (Monday 14th December)

 

Orange group sentence

During the most recent calendar quarter, the natural medicine business continued to increase their product range by eight percent.

 

 

Blue group sentence

They queued outside parliament for the opportunity to physically communicate their suggestions on environment categories.

 

+ 3 individually chosen spellings from list

Last week

Spellings (Monday 7th December)

 

Orange group sentence

Mr Cheyne's height is a popular and regular question which is certain to be mentioned often.

 

Blue group sentence

It was apparent that the new vehicle featured familiar equipment which was ordinary and average but sufficient.

 

+ 3 individually chosen spellings from list

Spellings (Monday 30th November)

 

Orange group sentence

The woman often heard the history guide leading various groups of tourists through the special site of interest.

 

Blue group sentence

The mischievous badger caused apparent controversy due to his awkward interruption at the restaurant.

+ 3 individually chosen spellings from list

 

 

Spellings (Monday 23rd November)

 

Orange group sentence

The island was famous for its peculiar potatoes and fruit which are difficult to describe and always cause surprise.

 

Blue group sentence

The vegetable committee holds an annual competition where forty individuals are invited to submit their excellent and marvellous produce.

+ 3 individually chosen spellings from list

Spellings (Monday 16th November)

 

Orange group sentence

The naughty guard promised to learn and remember the strange but important rules.

 

Blue group sentence

The foreign government refused to recognise or appreciate that their aggressive soldiers were having a disastrous affect on the community.

 

The words that are highlighted red are focus spellings taken from your spelling list. 

Spellings (Monday 9th November)

 

Orange group sentence

Last February I accidentally damaged my favourite bicycle by falling off opposite the library.

 

Blue group senetence

I frequently sail my neighbour’s yacht desperate and determined not to embarrass myself with my amateur skills.

 

The words that are highlighted red are focus spellings taken from your spelling list. 

Week 6 learning 
Our learning (Week 5)

Friday (9th October)

Thursday (8th October)

Our learning (Week 4)

Timetable (overview) of this week

Our learning (Week 3)

Our focus in school and Worship this week is 'Hope'.

What does the word 'Hope' mean to you? How does it affect our lives in King's Somborne and the world? Can you find examples of where hope is shared by Jesus? 
Our learning (Week 2)

Class timetables week beginning 14/09/20

Class timetables week beginning 7th September

Mr Cheyne is excited about Monday!

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Hello from Mr O’Brien

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Welcome from Mr Cheyne!

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All About Mr Cheyne!

Hello from Mrs Foster

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We are so pleased to be welcoming Mrs Foster to the school, as our Child and Family Support Worker.

All About Mrs Foster!

Hello from Mrs Davey

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We’re really happy to be welcoming Mrs Davey, she will be teaching across the school and is very much looking forward to meeting you all.

All About Mrs Davey!

Hello from Mrs Smith

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Finally, a very warm King’s Somborne school welcome to Mrs Smith, who will be joining us in September as SENCo Mentor.

All About Mrs Smith!

Hello from Mr Snailham

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You may already have seen Mr Snailham busy at work, looking after our lovely school - he joined us in June and here he is saying hello!

What to expect in Eagles next year.

Where to go in September

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Eagles will returning to the class we started in this year. Have a look at the video if you aren't quite sure!
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