Summer holidays - Roamin' with Romans.

Romans roaminMalton: Summer To-Do List

  1. Stand at Butchers’ Corner, you’re standing where Romans stood nearly 2000 years ago.  Walk up the straight Roman road to Orchard Fields, this is where the Romans built a large fort with a cavalry (horse) unit.

  1. The Romans built a fort by the river then the towns of Malton and Norton grew around it.  

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Well done Class Teresa!

Hello Class Teresa,


Firstly, I would like to say a huge well done! This first half term has been fantastic and the effort and attitude shown from each and every one of you has been truly inspiring. I am very proud to be your teacher. I hope you have had a well-deserved rest over half term and you are looking forward to the new term. In maths, we will continue our addition and subtraction work after a brilliant start. In literacy, we will be writing a character description using a beautifully written and illustrated book called ‘Lights from Cotton Rock.’ This book is connected to our new science topic, ‘electricity’. In geography, we will be looking at the local environment and the changes that have happened over time. Old pictures of Malton and the school would be a big help for this so if you have any let me know. 

Just a few announcements, P.E will continue to be on a Friday and we are very keen that every child has the correct kit every week. Please refer to the letter which was sent out for guidance on the correct kit. Also, our new homework system is up and running on Seesaw and work will be uploaded on this format on Monday and will be expected to be in on Friday.

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