Welcome to the Pegasus Class Page
Our Class teacher is Miss White
Our Class LSAs are Ms Andrews, Miss Burt, Mrs Chapman and Miss Dunmow.
All About Pegasus Class
We are mixed class of Year 3 and 4 children. We have enjoyed taking part in a whole Key Stage Two Literacy project this Half Term and we have also been working alongside other schools in our local area. We have been reading the story collection, How To Train Your Dragon by Cressida Cowell; we even got a chance to meet her in person! In Pegasus Class we are also very sporty. We enjoy going to take part in tournaments with other schools and we have recently discovered, at a training session, that our girls are very talented footballers!
We enjoy learning in Pegasus Class and like to always try our hardest by choosing the right level of challenge through Chilli Choices. It is very important that we read as much as possible at home and we enjoy being next door to the library so that we can access lots of different books for information when we are using our research skills. In Maths we work hard to apply our knowledge and skills in lots of different situations. We especially like using our on line learning Maths tools, RM Maths and MyMaths. These programmes help us to use and apply our learning in lots of different ways.
AIM HIGH, TRY YOUR BEST, GO FAR
Latest Pegasus News
The whole school celebrated our Harvest Time with a wonderful Assembly. See more photos in The Gallery.
Letters of congratulations and recognition We are thrilled to have received three letters this term congratulating us on our Summer Results. A letter from Nick GIbb MP congratulating us on our Year 1 Phonics results-Great Bardfield Primary school is in the top 8% of schools nationally. A letter from Tim Coulson the Regional Schools Commissioner…
Children had lots of fun dressing up as characters on Roald Dahl Day. Check out the gallery for more photos.
Our Key Stage Two girls recently attended a Football Tournament and were delighted to have the opportunity to wear our new school tracksuits. These were purchased using funds raised by FOBS (Friends of Bardfield School-our PTA)