Suckley School

Happy, Aspirational and Ready for Life

Autumn Term

Dear Parents/Carers, 


Welcome to Eagles Class! We hope you all had a wonderful summer break and that you and your child are looking forward to the exciting year ahead. 


We are starting this year off with our topic, The Second World War. This topic will focus on developing children's understanding and knowledge of how WW2 impacted our local area. We will explore topics such as the outbreak of the war, rationing and evacuation through the WW2 tale, 'Goodnight Mister Tom'. Mr Walker and I are enjoying hearing stories of children's grandparents/great-grandparents involvement in the war. We are more than happy for children to bring artefacts into school but please arrange this with myself first. 


A few gentle reminders: 

  • Reading:  Children must have their reading records in school with them every day so that they can be filled in when we read with them. Each week, records will be checked and if children have read at least 4 times at home and this has been signed by a grown up, they will be rewarded with a golden reading ticket to be entered into a prize draw. 
  • Spelling: Spellings are emailed to the children's Spelling Shed accounts every Monday. Please make sure your child practices their spellings regularly. 
  • Forest School is on a Wednesday afternoon. Children should come in long sleeves and trousers and have wellies in school. 
  • PE is on a Monday morning. Please come in PE kit. 


I hope that the above information has been useful in informing you about our first term in Eagles.  If you have any further queries or concerns at any time, please do not hesitate to speak to myself or Mr Walker (Eagles Teaching Assistant) or email me:


Best Wishes, 

Miss Weaver and Mr Walker 



Busy making positive affirmation tree cookies at Forest School

On Friday 15th October, Eagles took part in a cross country run in Malvern. We had a super morning with some fantastic achievements. Special mention goes to Kai (placed 4th in race 1), Aston and Aydin (5th and 6th in race 1), Winston who won the intermediate boys race, Mimi who finished in 5th place in the advanced girls race and Sam and Rhys who both finished in the top 10 in the advanced boys race. It was brilliant to see Eagles supporting and encouraging each other. Good luck to Sam who has qualified to compete in the county finals! 

Bikeability Training

Lowry inspired WW2 drawings

Pizza party as a reward for filling the perseverance jar!

Writing WW2 inspired poems for Remembrance Day and making gas mask boxes

Sharing examples of kindness to support anti-bullying week

Drawing and decorating hands for St Richard’s Christmas tree parade

Investigating forces and measuring gravity!

Making our own Anderson Shelters in DT. We had a strict criteria to meet!