We've reached Friday again, at the end of a wet, wild and windy week. I will start by saying a huge thank you to everyone for their continued efforts with the remote learning, you are all doing brilliantly with it, pupils and parents alike - keep it up, as together at the end of Lockdown we will have children who have edevloped a variety of skills not least of which has been computing and will stand them in good stead for the future.
This week, we have explored our new text The Lost Words in English and I have had some very thoughtful and insightful predictions as to what it is about p- we will explore it in greater depth next week. Maths has continued to have been well executed and the move to Google Slides this week has been fairly painless - it seems to work so much better as the work is all together on one document. I have really enjoyed seeing people's artwork based on Banksy coming in (see photographs) we will work more on this next week as there have been some great ideas for your own murals in the style of Banksy.
My working highlight this week has been the quality of the writing that I received on Wednesday based on Jewish children during the Second World War. People have really got into role well and empathised with the children's plight at the time of the Jewish Holocaust. I'm sure Miss C will want to share an example in assembly on Wednesday.
My real highlight is getting to see you all everyday, whether it be face to face or virtually, it has been amazing to talk to you, experience PE together and read to you all the end of the day - I hope that you're enjoying The Ice Monster, it seems very popular in school!
As well as seeing you, your videos and photographs have also been amazing as an insight into the leaarning, whether it be academic or real life skills, it has been a pleasure to see what you have all been up to at home, so please keep these coming in.
On Monday, there will be a Parent's Survey based on the home learning that we have offered so far, please take the time to respond to this, as it will help us to shape our provision as we go foraward.
Finally, this weekend is the RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch - Miss Radbourne has posted details of this on the Class Dojo Whole School Story, this is a link to ideas, tips resources and how to be a part of this great annual event. Please get involved, it only takes an hour and you may discover birds that you have never seen before (if you do, send your photos in).
I hope that you all have a great weekend.
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