Thank you for all your support over the past week. Please see on the downloads page section of our class webpage two documents that will be of use to you over Easter. Take care of each other.
I hope everyone's first week at home has gone well; I'm sure that your Year 6 children will have already learned how to clean, do jobs and wash up - and generally been as helpful to have around as they are when in school!
Well done to all those children who have completed much of the work set last week - I look forward to seeing it all when we start back with work after Easter! The Diaries I have read so far, are amazing - something the children will be able to share in years to come - highlighting what it was like to be a child at this time. Well done!
I have uploaded a letter to all parents in the Download section below (28th March) and a set of links that may be of interest during the upcoming break.
I am very sad to not be seeing my Year 6 class for a while, as I have enjoyed every day since September - and look forward to welcoming them all back as soon as possible. In the mean time, I have created some work and activities to be tackled at home (some ideas from the Year 6's themselves) and put them as a Word document in the Downloads section of this page for you to download. Every week I will creating a new document, available from 9am on a Monday, with the work and activities for that week.
As always - I want to try and involve the children in what they are learning - so although we are basing some of our work on the Science and Topics we were due to cover in school, there will be room over the next few weeks to add in other activities and projects that may interest them. As the children can contact me on Google Drive, please encourage them to let me know if they come across any anything they feel they would like to do or learn about - or anything good you have found at home that would be worth sharing. For example, Mrs Brownsell just shared with me a link to an online theatre production of 'Wind in the Willows' performed at the London Palladium, adapted from a classic children's book by Kenneth Grahame. This would be well worth watching one afternoon - I'm quite sure those coming into school will be!