Another strange week is over and we are becoming more and more competent with our use of Google Classroom. There have been many people editing and resubmitting their work following feedback this week, so well done, it really makes a difference to the finished product. It has been really good to see so many of you on Google Meet or Zoom this week, make sure that when we meet, if you have any questions about the work, that you ask, as it is a great opportunity to discuss misconceptions or solve any problems that people are having.
Another great Zoom PE session this morning - see the photos on Dojo - it left the children at school red-faced and challenging themselves to try to beat their targets, I hope you enjoyed it at home too.
Some very creative words and defintions coming in for our pages for our class book of words, keep these coming in so that I can compile the book next week. We have also come to the end of our Maths unit, so will finish with an assessment on Monday and then start a new unit on Tuesday. A reminder on our remote learning that there is a Flashback 4 set of Maths questions everyday, some people seem to have overlooked these and tackled the Maths activities straight away, remember that the video link is there to help you with the Maths, so make sure that you watch it first.
Next week, I am looking forward to setting you an art project to work on, I am really excited to see the results and ask that you take photos of this and send them in.
We have started well on our Travel to Tokyo Challenge as a school. Please sign up to this if you haven't already and if you have well done - only 47,000 km to cover. I also posted a link to free Yoga sessions to use at home. This is a really good program of activities to use and although at first, some people feel silly doing it, it really is excellent for our physical and mental health and is superb to help people relax.
Whatever you manage to do this weekend (I think the weather looks pretty awful!) enjoy it, try to get outside and stay active.
Stay safe and well