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Snaith Road, Goole, East Yorkshire, DN14 9DG

01405860417

cowick.primary@eastriding.gov.uk

Cowick C of E Primary School

"Teach a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it" Proverbs 22:6

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Water

Hello and welcome to the Water Class page.

Water Class are the Year 3 and 4 class at Cowick. We have a lot of exciting things happening in our school and within our class room so please take a look. In Water Class we work incredibly hard to achieve our best, and we strive to be friends with everybody.

 

 

Water Class 2017-18

 

 

Autumn Term 2017

 

At Cowick we like to make our Curriculum fun and inspiring for the children. We use a theme to link in most of our lessons. In Water Class during the Autumn term most of our work will be based on themes linked to our topic 'Curiouser and Curiouser'.

 

Homework

 

Your child will be given regular homework to consolidate what has been taught within the classroom. This will come in different forms throughout the year children are encouraged to be as creative as they wish in the course of completing their activities! Homework will usually include Maths, Spellings and Reading.

Homework is issued on a Thursday, to be handed in the following Tuesday.

 

 

Spellings

 

Children in Water Class will receive two sets of spellings each week. One of the sets will be the children's 'Big Spell' words. The children will be tested on these each Friday in a traditional spelling test. The children have the opportunity to earn themselves tokens for successfully learning these. 

 

Click here: Spellings List

 

Reading

 

Children are also expected to read regularly at home. The children will receive a pack of books from school on a weekly basis. We ask you to listen to your child read on a regular basis. We shall collect the pack of books in once a week to change them. If your child reads all the books in the pack they can read books from home or the library until the pack is changed. I also encourage children to read other books, magazines and newspapers to broaden their reading skills in school to develop their love for reading.

 

 

If you have any questions or concerns do not hesitate to make an appointment to come in and see myself. I hope you and your child have a fun filled and enjoyable school year in.


Thank you for your support.

 

Miss Montgomery

Well done to the runners from water class at the cross country event. Especially well done to Freddie who managed to make the next round.

Thank you to all our parents, grandparents and siblings who joined us on Friday for our 'Lights, Camera, Action!' afternoon. The children always enjoy showing you their fabulous work.

Well done to Thomas at the cross country finals, he came inside the top 20 which was a brilliant performance in a field of 60 runners. 

We had a fantastic afternoon with British badminton champion Jenny Wallwork. We raised money in our sponsored Sports for Schools event and had a really inspirational and motivational talk from Jenny.

Well done to the athletics team from water class and their second place finish at the cluster event. The team were superb all night and made everyone involved proud. Well done.

Well done to the Water class runners and especially Thomas who will be racing at the next round after winning the boys event.

Water class spent a morning at Goole Tennis club learning lots of different new tennis skills. While the class were learning these skills Grace, Erin, James and Jack were coming second in the schools competition and making sure Cowick were able to compete at the next level competition, well done to everyone. 

This week is E-Safety week. In Water Class, we have discussed how to stay safe online. We made a word cloud with all the key language we used to help us remember how to be S.M.A.R.T online.

Recently, we have been busy writing letters to Team GB athletes who inspired us while we have been researching London 2012. We tried to post our letters but they were just too big! A big 'Thank You!' to Mrs Reed for going to the Post Office to send gem away for us all.

 

Our school was treated to a violin concert by our violinists from Water Class and Snaith Primary School. The whole school joined in with some of the pieces and it was a very enjoyable afternoon, we were very impressed with their talent!