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Below you’ll find the news items that featured in last week’s email newsletter.
Newsletter sent Monday 30th of March 2020
We thought it would be good to give our Year 6 children the opportunity to purchase a leavers’ hoody as has become the custom over the last few years.
Whilst their final term at school will no doubt very different due to the current circumstances. We feel it is important to remember it is still their last term at primary school and the end of a chapter for them. Many children continue to love and wear their hoodies until they can no longer squeeze into them.
Please see the attached order form
You can complete the attached form and email it to me or just drop me an email with the size and colour you wish to order.
Unfortunately this year we can only accept payment through School Money.
The deadline for ordering is Monday 20 April 2020.
Our uniform supplier is still working but we are relying on her suppliers still dispatching clothing to her but we will keep you updated.
Norton has been working incredibly hard this week and completed all tasks set for him. He has written a wonderful story, using many language features in building up to a climax with suspense and brought it to an exciting finish. He has even edited it as he has been writing. Norton also came up with some fantastic ideas in RE too.
Well done, Norton, keep up the hard work!
Noah has sent me some lovely videos and pictures of his work.
Not only this but he has continued to send me solar system facts each day to ensure that my knowledge about space and our universe grows.
Thank you Noah, you are a star 💫 and you have made me smile…a lot!
Eva has completed so much work at home and I have really seen her challenging herself, not only that, but on every photo I have seen Eva working with a smile on her face! This has definitely cheered me up and I commend her spirit and drive to continue working whilst at home. Well done Eva!
For his wonderful picture of the omnivorous unicornbear, which was the new creature he created for science, ideal for living in his chosen habitat of a seaside coast. Archie’s idea was imaginative and unique, and his picture detailed and colourful.
Well done, Archie!
Isabel has produced some truly fantastic Mondrian artwork. I think they need to be framed and put in an art gallery! She has also responded to any comments that I have made about the work she has sent me and acted upon them immediately. Isabel has also pushed herself to improve her knowledge of the place value of decimal numbers. Thank you, Isabel. Keep up the good work!
All week Yvie has been so supportive of all of the other children. She has completed lots of the tasks set but has also shown her initiative when doing other things. She has really adapted to home schooling so well. This week she has produced good work in Maths, English and Science. Her cakes, art and hula hooping looked great too.
Well done Yvie!
For his exceptional commitment to home learning during this first week of school closures and most especially for his science report (full of detailed explanations of the circulatory and respiratory systems that we have learned about).
Saskia’s work from our ‘Virtual School Trip’ to London was fantastic. I loved learning about the things that had interested her. Thank you for participating so brilliantly.
A virtual ‘hands on’ experience with one of the best!Some of our older pupils will remember visits from Mo (Animals in Hands) the ex zookeeper, well here he is introducing his animals via YouTube. Why not subscribe to his page and find out lots of interesting facts about his animals? Starting with Charlie (click the link to find out what Charlie is). Hopefully it won’t be too long before Mo visits us again!
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