Messages from your Teachers
Hi Hazel class
I am missing you all very much but have seen pictures of some of the brilliant learning you are doing at home and I know you are all still working very hard. I have taken Paul the polar bear home with me and he has been very impressed with your work this year. He has been putting lots of stickers on it. Remember to use those fingers for finger spaces. Remember to practice those times tables. Remember you can all be a pioneer if you want to, and now would be a very good time to plan your next invention (maybe a magic soap or toilet paper that never runs out). Most importantly, remember you are all super stars and I am sending a massive virtual marshmallow clap to you all. Yes you can eat it!
I am missing you all!
I can't wait to see/hear the different learning and activities that have been taking place at home.
I am so proud of you all!
Love from Mrs Beard x
From Miss. Fewtrell
I hope you're all well and keeping safe in this strange time. Although I would love to have you all back in my classroom and teach you face-to-face we unfortunately have to do our learning online.
From Mrs. Ford
From Mrs. Bennett
From Mrs. Page and Mrs. Deasy
From Mrs Deasy and Mrs Page.
From Miss, Simpson and Miss. Simpson!
A big hello from Miss Sheridan! I hope you are all ok and keeping safe. I miss seeing your happy, smiling faces in school but it makes it a lot easier being able to see you and your fantastic learning on Tapestry. I have seen some amazing number work, exercising, reading, writing and inventions. You are all doing amazing and I am so proud of all of you. I cannot wait to see what activities you get up to this week.
Please don't forget to put them on Tapestry so we can see what you get up to.
Have another amazing week Acacia Class.
Hi Beech class and year 6,
I hope you are all well- enjoying some of the lovely sunshine we have been having and time with the people you love.
Thank you so much for your hard work in our new ‘virtual school’. I know it is challenging to concentrate at home as there are so many more distractions than in class. I have really delighted in interacting with many of you on the chat posts. It has been a week of fun with fractions in maths so far and its nice to hear some of the adults at home are learning too!
I’m really pleased to see the effort that has been put into some of the assignments we have been setting for you. There have been some really informative presentations for geography about Punjab.
Keep up the hard work!