Academic Year 2016/17

24 March 2017

Dear Parents/Carers,

In Maths this week, we have been working towards multiplying using larger numbers. To secure our understanding, we have focused on multiplying by 10, 100 and 1000. We looked at how each digit moves along the place values and why (we times it by 10 each time). By doing this, we can use partitioning to help us solve larger calculation problems:

e.g.      345 x 8 = 2400 + 320 + 40 = 2760

            300 x 8 = 2400

            40 x 8 =   320

            5 x 8 =     40                                        Can you set us some other multiplication challenges?

In English, we have been looking at the story of ‘UG: The Boy Genius of the Stone Age’. This was a different book for us as it is set out as a comic, which was very exciting! We enjoyed reading it in pairs and exploring the different features: speech bubbles, illustrations and even writing in capitals. We created our own comic strip based on Ug and a Stone Age problem and how it was solved. We will be working towards making a diary extract using these comic strips next week.

We have been lucky enough to spend some time with Mrs Rogers, who will be teaching us next term. We have created a transition book with her, which we can use if we have any questions to ask her. We look forward to spending more time with her next week.

Remember, our forest day is WEDNESDAY next week. Drop off by 9:30am and collect from 2:45pm please.

The Peacocks Team

17 March 2017

Dear Parents/Carers,

What a fun-filled scientific week! In the Peacocks class, we have been focusing on how our bodies change when we use our senses to explore our surroundings. We are aware that we have five senses and we explored these further by conducting some experiments using each sense:

Touch – We worked in partners to see how sensitive our skin was around our bodies. We used different resources including feathers, pencils and spoons, to test how we reacted when they were put on different parts of our bodies. We discovered that we are all sensitive in different places, but the most sensitive areas were our tummy, back of the leg and neck. We discovered that nerves called receptors send messages to our brain telling our bodies how to react to things, but this happens really fast! How exciting!

Sight – We became opticians for the day! We used magnifying glasses to look into our partner’s eyes, looking at the pupil and iris. We discovered that, in order to see, light rays come from the light source and reflect off the object we are looking at and then into our eyes. Light rays only travel in straight lines so sometimes they need a bit of help, such as a mirror. We found that, when in a bright room, our pupil goes smaller so not too much light enters our eyes, and when in a dark room, our pupil expands so we can get as many light rays as possible. We made spy periscopes so we can see things using mirrors…. Beware of us spying!

Taste – Poor Charley! We blindfolded her and she tasted four different tastes – salt, sugar, lemon and honey. What a trooper! We discovered that our tongue uses taste buds to identify the tastes by sending messages to our brain, which tell us then what we have tasted. Our tongue has different areas more sensitive to certain tastes: salty, sweet, sour and bitter. We all then tasted these different foods… some nice, others not so! We also worked in groups to bake a cherry Madeira loaf cake… it looked yummy!

Hearing and Smell – On Friday, we were visited by the Fire brigade, who took us for a fire safety presentation. We know how important it is to use our senses of hearing and smell to keep us safe and what to do if we are in a dangerous fire situation.

The Peacocks Team

10 March 2017

Dear Parents/Carers,

In Maths this week, we have extended our understanding of measuring by focusing on mass/weight. We have reminded ourselves that we measure mass and weight in grams and kilograms to begin with, and have explored how to read different measurements using a range of scales. Our tips to do this are these: figure out what the big numbers are jumping in, then work out the half way numbers and then work out the smaller line jumps. We need to revert back to our numbers and counting to do this, as we sometimes needed to jump in 25s or 15s. We also know that 1000g = 1kg and been using this fact to work out conversions from grams to kilograms and vice versa. Lots of learning secured this week!

Our persuasive writing has continued by writing a balanced argument. We decided whether we wanted to live in the Modern Age or the Stone Age and produced for and against arguments for our decision. We wrote this out as a written argument using sentence starters such as ‘On the one hand’ and ‘On the other hand’. Fantastic work Peacocks!

We look forward to immersing ourselves in a wonderful week full of Science and investigations! Don’t forget you are invited to join us to see what we are learning on Wednesday at 2.45pm.

The Peacocks Team

3 March 2016

Dear Parents/Carers,

In Maths this week, we have continued with our measuring skills. After securing our number skills last week, we could put them into action by measuring length and comparing the different measurements. We understand that there are 100cm in a metre, and can now convert the measurements from centimetres to metres using decimal numbers. We enjoyed measuring different objects in our classroom and the hall, and ordered the measurements from smallest to largest. We even found the difference between the shortest and longest measurement. We had some of our parents in for some of our maths lesson to see how we get taught maths and how we can improve our maths at home.

In English, we began a new type of writing: persuasive writing! This has made up very exciting, as we can put our own opinions across and try to convince other people that our way of thinking is the best. We had pancakes as a treat for Pancake Day on Tuesday, so we then wrote a persuasive piece of writing about our favourite pancake toppings and why they were the best. We used ‘because’ and ‘so to explain our opinions. We also focused on positive aspects of Hartlip School and designed a poster advertising our school to the outside community. We used quotes and exciting language to help promote our school. How exciting!

We also dressed up for World Book Day on Thursday. What a mixture of different characters we had including Matilda, Harry Potter, Batman, The Worst Witch and even a minion! We do enjoy dressing up!

The Peacocks Team

27 February 2017

Term 4 Plan

Dear Parents/Carers,

Welcome back to another busy and fun-filled term! We all hope you had a great half-term holiday and have returned to school eager and excited to learn.

In Maths last week, we were working towards measurement by underpinning certain skills. We know that, in order for us to compare measurements, we need a secure understanding of numbers and place value. Therefore, we have deepened our understanding of number by identifying the meanings for each digit in a number and whether this is greater or less than other numbers. We have refreshed our understanding about the < and > symbols and can order numbers up to 10000! We have also secured our understanding in adding and subtracting 1, 10, 100 and 1000 to and from numbers by looking at which unit will change. This will really aid our development and enable us to apply this understanding when we begin measuring this week.

In English, we have completed our work on ‘How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth’ by reading and following instructions and writing instructions of our own. We produced different scenarios that the mammoth had got himself in to, performed these in a drama session then created our own instructions. We discovered the important features of instruction writing include a title, sub-headings, bullet points, imperative verbs and prepositions. Our instructions are wonderful and have indeed made Mrs Harris laugh!

In our topic (which will continue to be the Stone Age until the end of term) we have learnt about a place called Skara Brae. It is a Stone Age village from 3000 year ago and was discovered in 1850. It shows us the layout of early and late Stone Age houses and even a hut used as a prison! We read about Skara Brae and Victoria even wanted to visit it! It might be a way away however as it is on the Orckney Islands above Scotland!

The Peacocks Team

10 February 2017

Dear Parents/Carers,

What another busy week, with lots of extra opportunities for learning. On Monday, we had our Stone Age workshop. Our friendly historian, William, took us through an amazing journey about timelines and how far back in History we were actually travelling. We learnt about the different stages of the Stone Age and how it developed into the Bronze and Iron Age. We got the opportunity to explore real and replica fossils and dress up like Stone Age people. William also brought a little friend along too… Trixie, the friendly Triceratops. She moved and made noises and let us stroke her. Mrs Harris took lots of photographs. In our second session, we made clay Stone Age animals or clay pots, showing our ‘grooving’ skills. We are waiting for them to dry and will paint them next term. What an amazing experience!

Our wonderful learning experiences continued on Tuesday with our day in the forest. We carried out English and Maths, where we created effective Haiku poems about our forest environment and made angle stick men, discussing which angles we could see. The language used in both activities was simple amazing and displayed our learning over the past few weeks. In the afternoon was the best bit… Stone Age den building! We used the resources found in the forest to make dens and settlements. They looked amazing and it showed what we can achieve when we work together in teams!

The rest of the week has been focusing on these two amazing days; recounts have been written and maths games have been played. We also know that this week is Internet Safety Week. We looked at how to stay safe online by understanding the rules of social media. We also know not to give out any personal information as we do not know who might be online with us. It’s a scary world and we need to stay safe.

Half term homework is to practise our times tables and our spellings.

The Peacocks Team

3 February 2017

Dear Parents/Carers,

What an exciting and busy week! We began by completing our art Stone Age drawings by ‘ageing’ them with teabags. They are now dry and already up in our classroom! What effective art work!

In English, we are studying a new book: ‘How to Wash a Woolly Mammoth’. This is a funny text; we can’t imagine doing this! We have been using imperative verbs (bossy actions) and prepositions (positional words) to describe how to wash a woolly mammoth. Ask us to tell you some.

In Maths we have been refocusing on angles. We remembered most of our angles, but also learnt some new ones: right angle, straight, obtuse, acute and reflex. We had an exciting experience on Thursday… we went into ‘Angle World’, where we had to climb the wall bars and balance over benches to find the different angles and say which type they were. We then had to order them in size and some of us had to use our knowledge to estimate how big the angles were. We had so much fun… Mrs Harris said that we can visit ‘Angle World’ again soon!

We won the class ‘readers of the week’…. Well done Peacocks!

A few things for next week:

  • Monday – we have a Stone Age workshop in the morning. We cannot wait to explore our topic further.
  • Tuesday – our day in the forest at Squirrel Wood. Drop off is between 9 and 9:30am and collection is 2:45pm please. Please dojo Mrs Harris if you have any questions.
  • Thursday – swimming in the afternoon.

The Peacocks Team

27 January 2017

Dear Parents/Carers,

We have continued our Stone Age topic this week by writing our own story based on ‘The Stone Age Boy’. We have used our senses to write a setting, powerful verbs to write our problem, adverbs to write our solution and been focusing on widening our use of punctuation. We have used ‘Steps to Success’ to check our work and make sure we develop our thinking. It has worked very well. We look forward to completing our stories for our writing folders.

In Maths, we have focused on adding and subtracting using written methods. To extend this, the Purple group have been using decimal numbers too… How clever! Some of us found subtracting hard (especially the ‘borrowing’ part!) so Mrs Harris got us to ‘act out’ the sum and physically move numbers between columns. This helped us remember what to do if we tried to subtract a larger number from the smaller one.

We explored different Stone Age art this week too; we looked at what Neolithic people drew in caves. We used this to then draw our own art work and look forward to completing these by using teabags to ‘age’ our paper.

The Peacocks Team

20 January 2017

Dear Parents/Carers,

It has been the wonderful week of Maths this week. We have been learning about:

  • Calculation – we demonstrated the adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing strategies that we remember the most and used them to work out mosaic sums. We also demonstrated different calculations that make 2017.
  • Direction – we used an ICT game to give directions using compass directions; north, south, east and west. We also made mnemonics to help us remember the order.
  • Number – we investigated number patterns using a ‘number plumber’ and made up our own number stories based on ‘One Is A Snail, Ten Is A Crab’.
  • Measure – we can find the perimeters of objects and shapes. We measured the perimeters of different objects on the playground using metres and centimetres.

What maths can we do during the weekend at home?

The Peacocks Team

13 January 2017

Dear Parents/Carers,

What an exciting week! It was our first swimming lesson this week and we all were thrilled! We showed the swimming instructors how we swam and have been organised into four different groups. Some of us are working on being confident in the water, some developing our stroke skills and technique and some mastering all different strokes. We cannot wait to see how much we can improve by in just nine sessions!

Our story of the week has been ‘The Stone Age Boy’. This has been great to read as it links in with our termly topic. The story focuses on a boy who falls down a hole and ends up in the Stone Age. We explored, using our senses, what it would be like to wake up in the Stone Age and wrote the beginning of our own story. Mrs Harris can’t wait to read them!

In Maths, we have learnt about decimal numbers. The year 3s are confident in recognising and understanding tenths and the year 4s, hundredths. We can also change fractions into decimals, e.g. ¾ is the same as 0.75.

The Peacocks Team

6 January 2017

Dear Parents/Carers,

Term 3 Plan

Welcome to a new year! This year certainly is progressing quickly with so much wonderful learning being shown. For the next two terms, we are learning about The Stone Age. We have already started exploring new vocabulary, such as ‘Palaeolithic’ and ‘Neolithic’. We know that The Stone Age has been divided into three parts and that men hunted animals and women gathered berries and nuts. We cannot wait to learn more about this exciting topic! Charley has already gone home and, with her Grandad, made a model of Stonehenge. What wonderful extended learning!

We have been revising our addition and subtraction strategies, either by using expanded column addition or by showing carrying and borrowing. Some of us got a little confused, so we decided to use the partitioning method for both calculations and that way, we only have to remember whether we are adding or subtracting. Ask us to show you how we solve these sums! Our times tables revision will begin again on Monday, with a new sheet being given out. We will not have a test until the following week.

We also wrote about our Christmas holidays. What exciting times we have all had. This enabled us to look at our individual writing targets and begin to focus on achieving them again. We all know how to improve our work.

The Peacocks Team

9 December 2016 

Dear Parents/Carers,

In English this week, we have been studying Haiku poems. These are short poems, which consist of only three lines, with the first line having five syllables, the second having seven syllables and the third having five syllables again. First, we practised finding out how many syllables were in our names by clapping them e.g. Rosie-May. We then created a word wall of vocabulary linked to our Christmas theme… stars. We then used the word bank to form our own Haiku poems. Mrs Harris then challenged us to create a Haiku about a nativity character… these have helped create a new display in the hall. Come and see!

In Maths, we have completed our work on time. We played different online games which demonstrated our understanding of telling the time using analogue and digital. We had a practical maths lesson where we timed how many physical activities we could do in one minute… that was a lot of fun! We have finished our week by telling later and earlier times. Some of us used clocks to help us. What a lot of learning!

Please can we bring in any out-standing costumes ready for our performances next week? Homework this week is to practise our new times tables sheets. These will be tested when we return in January.

The Peacocks Team

2 December 2016

Dear Parents/Carers,

In English this week, we have been planning our own explanation text based on ‘What the Romans Did for Us’. We used bullet points and sub-headings to research concepts that the Romans introduced to Britain, such as money and roads, and planned the layout of our text using illustrations and flow-charts, as well as paragraphs. It was great fun to see that we could use different features in an explanation text; it makes our writing so much more exciting! We can’t wait to finish them.

In Maths, we have continued on time. This is a difficult concept to understand but we are trying very hard. We have learnt about the 12 and 24 hour clock and converting analogue times into digital. We need to remember that we count the minutes by counting in 5s around the clock… some of us are still getting muddled but we are getting there! There is a great interactive clock we have been using; please search ‘top marks interactive clock’ on google to find it.

Fridays are now ‘Science Fridays’. Today we spent time revisiting electricity and reminding ourselves of how to make a complete circuit.

The Peacocks Team

25 November 2016

Dear Parents/Carers,

We are seeing such an improvement in our spellings! Instead of testing our times tables this week, Mrs Harris and other adults have tested our new words on our spellings word walls. We only got given these two weeks ago and we are already secure in most of them! We have new words to learn again, so let’s keep going!

In Literacy, we returned to focusing on explanation texts. We looked at sequencing a text, using time connectives and flow charts. Maurice was brilliant and entered the classroom a bit muddled up…. Clearly, he hadn’t sequenced getting dressed properly! We helped him sort himself out and sequenced our daily routine using a flow chart.

In Maths, we have started learning about time. We refreshed ourselves using some ICT games; we reminded ourselves of o’clock, half past, quarter to and quarter past and progressed on to telling the time to nearest five minutes and even to the nearest one minute. The purple table (and a few on the Orange table) extended themselves by converting analogue times into digital, both using the 12 and 24 hour clock! How very clever! 

The Peacocks Team


Christmas card competition

Hartlip School enjoy wishing all supporters of our school a very Happy Christmas and thank them for their hard work. What better way than to send a card that has been designed by the children? So this weekend, there is some whole school homework from Mrs Jerome… to design a Christmas card that can be sent from us at Hartlip School. Nothing better than to get you in the Christmas Spirit! In order to allow printing time and then distribution, please could all entries come in to school on MONDAY. Very much a weekend project. Enjoy!

18 November 2016

Dear Parents/Carers,

What a week! It is so important to focus on how we can all stay safe and happy at Hartlip. We have focused on ‘tolerance week’ this week; we have learnt the difference between ‘bullying’ and ‘conflict’ and how we can deal with situations that may, eventually, lead to bullying. Our song of the week has been ‘Titanium’ by Sia and David Guetta. From this song, we have taken the messages that people can fire hurtful actions and words at us but we can be bullet-proof and strong, like titanium. This has been a very powerful message in our class this week.

In Literacy, we have shown a number of skills. After watching ‘For the Birds’, we wrote about how the smaller birds were showing unkind behaviour towards the bigger bird using a range of different conjunctions. We then, remembering our previous work, wrote a letter to one of our friends, explaining why they had been a good friend to us. Some of our thoughts were just amazing! Mrs Harris even wrote a letter to Ms Bolding!

In Maths, we continued learning about division strategies. We have learnt a new one: chunking! This is quite a long strategy but we are beginning to understand. It is when we do not take away small numbers, we use what we already know, such as 10 times the number that we divide by or 2 times the number. We have worked hard on understanding this, but we still need more practise to master it.

This week, Mrs Harris has been very kind and given us the week off learning our times tables. However, we can still practise ones from previous weeks at home. Some of us have already learnt our new spellings, so we shall test those again instead.

The Peacocks Team

11 November 2016

Dear Parents/Carers,

We have continued to develop our dividing skills this week in Maths. Our first step was to count backwards accurately; we started from a number and counted back in 2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s and 9s. We have realised that it is never a race, it is more important to count carefully and accurately. Knowing our times tables facts will help us develop this skill. We then moved on to dividing by grouping, making sure that each group was equal in number. We have ended this week by dividing using a number line, subtracting the same amount each time and counting how many times we need to do this. We are getting a better understanding of division and this will continue into next week.

In literacy, we have started looking at explanation texts. We have explored different non-fiction books and found some examples of explanation sentences. We realised that it was easy to mix up explanation sentences and recount sentences. We need to remember that explanation sentences use ‘because’ or ‘so’ to explain things. Mrs Harris, Ms Bolding and Mrs White have also re-tested our individual spellings from our word walls and we all now have updated word walls and new spellings to practise. We will be tested again in a few weeks…. Our progress never stops in the Peacocks class!

The Peacocks Team

4 November 2016

Dear Parents/Carers,

Welcome back to another busy and exciting term! We are continuing our study of the Romans over the next seven weeks, learning about being a gladiator, Roman Britain as well as the Gods and Goddesses. This week, we finally completed our Roman shields. We are hoping to use them in Roman dances and army marches.

In Maths, we have learnt about multiplication and division. We can multiply larger numbers by partitioning them and multiplying them by multiples of 10, such as 24 x 4 can we worked out by 20 x 4 and 4 x 4 and adding the totals together. We have also been showing the relationship between multiplication and division; they are opposites. If we know 3 x 5 = 15 then we can work out 15 ÷ 3 = 5 and 15 ÷ 5 = 3. Knowing this will help us master the multiplication and division facts up to 12 x 12. For Founders Day, we focused on the year our school was started: 1678. We made a poster showing all of the ways we could think of how to make 1678 e.g. 1000+600+70+8

In Literacy, we have focused on our school founder, Mary Gibbon. We have written a letter to her, telling her about our school today. We have chosen some of our favourite aspects about our school and described them in our letter. We have also chosen one thing that might improve our school. Some of us would like a swimming pool, some would like cameras in the graveyard and some of us even wanted dinosaurs! Why not indeed?! We look forward to reading some of these in church tomorrow.

The Peacocks Team

Term 2 Plan

14 October 2016

Dear Parents/Carers,

We have finished our extended writing of the Boudicca story! We have been editing our work this, focusing on our vocabulary and punctuation as well as our paragraphing. We wrote the resolution and the ending and have re-written our edited neat versions throughout the week. If we earned our pen licences last week, we have now been allowed to use pens to display our wonderful work. We looked at our writing from the beginning of term and compared it to now… we are incredibly proud of our hard work and progress! J Mrs Harris is one happy teacher!

In Maths, we have been learning about fractions. We know that a fraction is where we split something into equal parts. Some of us has worked with tenths and some of us hundredths. We have also been changing large fractions into their lowest form. This is something that is difficult and we will continue practising it next week.

We started to paint our Roman shields this week… they look amazing!

The Peacocks Team

7 October 2016

Dear Parents/Carers,

Our writing has focused on using emotion and short sentences for effect. We focused on Boudicca and acted out how she might have attacked Colchester and London. We discussed scrunching up our faces and raising our shoulders to show anger, and how the Roman army might have cowered away from Boudicca’s army. Our writing is becoming very powerful. We are now exploring the effect of short sentences to show fear… Billy produced “Blood everywhere. People screaming” which made a huge impact in his writing. Ask us if we managed to include some today!

In Maths, we had ‘Subtraction Week’, where we learnt and practised expanded column subtraction, which lead to purple group using complete column methods for subtraction. We understood this well, although were challenged when we could no borrow from the tens column as there were no tens to borrow from! Ask us to explain the methods to you. 🙂

We have been designing our own Roman shields. Most were red, yellow and brown and often showed symbols and pictures depicting Roman legends. We can’t wait to paint them.

The Peacocks Team

30 September 2016

Dear Parents/Carers,

Our Boudicca story is nearly complete! We have focused on powerful verbs, such as stomped, commanded, insulted etc. that we can use in our story writing. We extended
this by including adverbs as well, which describe how the action was carried out. We acted out marching and discovered that we could march quickly, slowly, loudly, furiously, aggressively and seriously. All of this wonderful vocabulary is helping us create an emotive and detailed story. Some of us have also started to work towards our writing target. Ask us if we have received a ‘green bubble’ from Mrs Harris!

In Maths we have been learning addition strategies. Some of us have been using a blank number line to add 1-digit numbers to a 3-digit number e.g. 345 + 7. We need a little more practice going over tens and hundreds boundaries but we are improving. Some of us began using expanded column method for addition, where we create a new units number and a new tens number and then add them together. Look at the maths KLZ page for guidance as to how this has been taught in school. Some of us have even moved on the using larger numbers and using carrying methods as well. Again, this is shown on KLZ.

We discovered about Roman soldiers in topic this week, and learnt what they wore and how they fought and won their battles. Ask us what a Roman soldier wore and why.

Keep practising those times tables… we are improving at great speed. 😄

The Peacocks Team

23 September 2016

Dear Parents/Carers,

It’s been another hard working week in the Peacock class. Our writing has been improving daily… we are extending our vocabulary and now can use similes to add more detail to our adjectives. We used a picture of a lion to focus our writing e.g. His tongue was like a freshly picked strawberry. We enjoyed making up silly ones too… Mrs Harris was as loud as a monster! We will soon have checklist to help us check that we use the correct punctuation in every piece of our writing.

In Maths, we focused on counting in sequences in more detail, focusing on counting in 4s and 8s by using mental counting and even our fingers. We recognise multiples easier and can complete sequences carefully. We have an ICT lesson every week too… Mrs Harris will put our game of the week on our KLZ page. We worked with Ms Bolding to recognise different multiples too. We are enjoying reciting our times tables facts when we complete our daily mile!

We focused on an art element for our topic work this week and made mosaic coasters. We look forward to using real tiles to create roman mosaics.

Look at the Science news for our exciting science work with light and shadows.

The Peacocks Team

16 September 2016

Dear Parents/Carers,

This week has been very hot and humid and we are have been working very hard. In Maths, we have been using place value to partition 3 and 4 digit numbers and beyond. We have a good understanding of this… please test us! We have used our understanding to help us add and subtract 10, 100 and 1000 from these numbers too! We have a game on our Lumio areas to complete at home.

In English, we have been learning the story of Boudicca, who was a famous Celt Queen. She fought the Romans after her land was lost to them. We have been using a story mountain to break down the story into five parts; the introduction (opening), build-up, dilemma, resolution and ending (closing). Ask us what happened in which part of the story. We have also been using a thesaurus to extend our language to help develop our writing.

In topic, we have studied the Roman Empire and how it spread across Europe and other parts of the world over 1000 years. It is amazing how many countries they would rule today! In Science, we were looking at light and shadows… we made shadows on the playground by stopping the sunlight from getting to the floor. We had a lot of fun!

Mrs Harris has been working on the Peacocks’ KLZ page… keep looking for important information, dates, pictures and useful links to help us learn.

The Peacocks Team

9 September 2016

Dear Parents/Carers,

Welcome back! It has been a wonderful four days to start a new term and new school
year. We have worked together to organise the classroom, played some team building
games as well as completing our first maths and English lessons too! Our topic for the next two terms in ‘The Romans’. We started looking at this during the week and are excited to learn about the history of the Roman Empire and how they lived back in the past.

Next week we will begin having PE lessons and these will be on every Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Ridge. Please ensure all PE kits are named and sent into school.

Many thanks to the parents who attended the ‘Meet the Teacher’ meeting yesterday. The information from this meeting is enclosed in your envelope.

The Peacocks Team