What a strange and unusual school year we have had! It has been such a long time since the whole class were together and who would have thought we wouldn’t get the chance to reunite before the Summer holidays?! We didn’t get to celebrate the end of the school year with our usual class song, or even say a proper goodbye, and good luck, for the next academic year.
We can however, look back at the school year and remember all the good times we had, together with all of the fun learning we did and our favourite moments. So I thought it would be nice to share these with each other as a special way to reflect on the year and also for us to look forward to getting back to a new kind of ‘normal’ in September.
With only two weeks and three days to go until the Summer holidays, it is wonderful to see so many of you still remain committed with your home learning. I am super proud of you all for the work you have done and the effort you are putting in.
I am looking forward to seeing those of you who are returning to school next week. Even though many of you will not be in my ‘bubble’, I will try to see you and say “Hello!”, from a distance, of course!
Let’s take a look at what you have been up to this week.
Happy birthday, Oliver! You celebrated your birthday at the seaside, but it was a bit wet so you ate your pizza in the car! We all hope you had a wonderful day!
You have enjoyed the French work.
You have enjoyed learning about the round houses at Must Farm.
A few of you have been enjoying partaking in sporting events.
Look at what Oscar has been up to.
Here is Hannah hard at work.
Liam has had a great week, this week.
Scott has enjoyed learning about plastic pollution this week.
Look at what Sonny has been up to.
Callum has also been busy with his work this week.
Ted has been busy making treasure maps on Purple Mash.
Well done to all the children who have completed another week of home learning. The end of term is looming, so don’t forget to keep sending in your work and photos as there are only three more weeks left to be awarded the ‘Virtual Star of the Week’.
We have not been together for so long now and I know some of you have really been missing your friends. Therefore, I thought it would be wonderful if each one of you wrote a letter to the whole class to help cheer each other up and to keep in touch.
If you would like your letter to be added here, send me a copy, either hand written or typed, along with permission from your parents allowing me to upload your work.
With another week nearly over, it is time for us to look at what we have been up to at home. It is great to see photos of our classmates and to know we are all well and healthy. I know many of you are missing each other so I hope these updates cheer you up!
Callum has had an active week.
Liam has been busy too, not only with his work but winning more athletic competitions- congratulations to you Liam!
Here is Scott’s science work and a poem he wrote.
Sonny has had a fantastic week, this week, he has produced some top quality work!
Summer Time by Sonny
summer time is here,
crops growing everywere,
Bilding sandcasles on the beach,
Colecting pebbles is a treat , Having padles in the sea,
eating fish and chips for tea,
the sun is hot and bright,
It even feels warm at night, Time to eat a lolle,
so put up a brolly,
the sun tans my skin,
We go to the beach whith Finn, shells hiding up in the sand,
I pick sand up in my hand,
Swimming time is fun,
Splashing all day long.
Oscar has completed a lot of work this week.
Ted has enjoyed completing his school work and has been baking too.
Ted wanted me to show you this picture. He has discovered a new app that encourages him to clean his teeth properly. It is called ‘Pokemon Smile’. He says it is really fun and you can wear different hats and unlock different characters.
William has been a busy bee at home. He loves his French lessons.
Here are a selection of pictures of the activities that James has enjoyed doing throughout Lockdown.
Hannah has been following in the footsteps of her mum, as well as getting some exercise.
Alex has enjoyed completing the new workbooks and he loves French.
Liam has created this wonderful piece of art work.