I'm Miss Wager, the class teacher. Then we have Mrs Dickings, our classroom teaching assistant and Miss Sykes - our 1:1 assistant.
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We ask that children continue to follow instructions and the new routines introduced last year, such as hand washing when entering the building and using the sanitising stations when leaving the building. We want to keep everybody as safe as possible and have a lovely year together.
We all look forward to a great year together
Holocaust Educational Trust Outreach Programme
On Tuesday 9th November, Education Officer Cat, from the Holocaust Educational Trust, taught our Year 6 students about Pre-War Jewish Life and Kristallnacht, before inviting Eve Kuglar to discuss her real-life experiences of Kristallnacht and life under the Nazi regime.
The 9th - 10th November 2021, marks 83 years since Kristallnacht happened in Europe.
Eve was born in 1931 in Halle, a medium-sized German city where her father owned a small department store. She grew up alongside her sisters, Ruth and Lea, in a period of ever increasing repression against Jews, terrified by uniformed Nazis who seemed to her to be everywhere.
In October 1938 Eve’s 79-year-old grandfather was arrested along with thousands of other Polish Jews living in Germany and returned to Poland in the first ever Nazi deportation. Ten days later came Kristallnacht. Six Nazis rampaged through the family home, destroying household possessions and her grandfather’s sacred Jewish books before marching Eve’s father out of the family home as she and her sister watched. During that night the Nazis smashed the windows of her father’s store, and the next day her mother was forced to spend hours sweeping up the broken glass. Their synagogue, founded by Eve’s grandfather, burned to the ground while the fire brigade stood by. Eve’s mother was able to secure her father’s release. He then left for France and the family was evicted from their home. They went to live with Eve’s maternal grandfather in cramped conditions. In June 1939 the family fled to France on a forged visa.
At the end of our session, our children had to opportunity to ask Eve questions about her life and incredible life story.
We thoroughly enjoyed this event and are thankful to HET for the opportunity to hear Eve's testimony.
Our class will start swimming lessons every Friday from 12th November. Please ensure your child brings their swimming kit with them to school on the following dates:
If you are struggling with your homework then please bring it in to school before it is due and ask an adult for some help.
If you struggle to find time at home to complete your homework, Miss Wager is happy to use a Thursday lunchtime to allow children to do their homework in their lunchtime.
Children will need their PE kits on a Monday this year. Please ensure they have this available in school each week.