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BANKHOUSE

TEACHER

MRS POTTER

TEACHER PROFILE

Name: Mrs Potter

Likes: spending time with my husband and children, my mum and extended family, watching rugby union.

Dislikes: shellfish and driving

Hobbies: knitting, sewing and making gin.

Favourite film: The Pelican Brief

Favourite book: Pride and Prejudice

Favourite food: lasagne

Favourite subject: English 

If you weren’t a teacher what would you be and why?

Nurse because I like caring for people

Who is your hero/heroin?

My dad because he was super cool, funny and always there for me 

TA - MRS MILLER

TA - MRS SMITH

OUTDOOR PLAY

PE IN BANKHOUSE

ROALD DAHL DAY

SCIENCE IN BANKHOUSE

LEARNING IS FUN

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week ending 20/11/15

copley on: Bankhouse

We have been using beebots this week. We have also been writing sentences. We sang a Spanish song today in assembly.

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week ending 13/11/15

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We all dressed up today for Children in Need. Many thanks for the wonderful outfits. The Bankhouse Beauties were brilliant today. From next week Jessica M and Max will be our bloggers

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week ending 19/6/15

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We have been writing letters this week in literacy and reading,'Two Can Toucan'. We have been learning about fractions in maths. Year 1 have done their phonics test. We can't wait for sports day next week!!! Yippee!!!!

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Week ending 5th June 2015

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This week we have been reading Barbapapa and writing letters and postcards. We have also been investigating which material makes the best plane...it was card!!! On Wednesday we released the butterflies, thank you Kim for looking after them over the holidays. Next year, Freddie is going to look after the tadpoles. Ha ha ha!

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week ending 15/5/2015

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We have been solving word problems in maths. The caterpillars are turning into cocoons and the tadpoles are growing fast.

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