We would like to congratulate all of our students on completing their first term on Year 5 in what has been a strange and challenging year. Keep up the great work!
This week, Year 5 have done some spectacular Christmas activities. They have made ornaments with their initials using cardboard and string and Christmas cards for friends and family with some amazing acrostic poems inside.
“It was quite fun!” said Mariya (Crimson).
“I liked decorating them!” said Isabella S. (Red).
“I enjoyed it so much!” said Archie (Crimson).
“I love adding the sequence on top!” said Ida (Scarlet).
Remember to complete your assignments on Google Classroom using your emails and passwords.
Over the holidays, you will be able to complete a Christmas Reading Challenge and win some fantastic prizes!
You can find the Christmas performance video on Google Classroom!
Enjoy a relaxing break with your family over the Christmas break, so we all come back in the New Year ready to learn!
This week in Year One we have been Christmas crazy! We have created snowman Christmas cards, Christmas decorations using salt dough, decorating gingerbread and had the best class party at the end of the week.
Thank you to all parents for your continued support during these tough few months. We all hope you have a great Christmas holiday and enjoy the Christmas performance video we have posted on our new online learning site: Google Classroom!
If you have any issues please contact your class teacher.
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Welcome to the new magazine, The Story Corner! It’s packed full of stories, activities and games so that children can continue to enjoy reading during their school holiday!
Years 2 and 3 have been lucky enough to have a copy sent home with them but if you would like to join in the fun, we recommend that you read The Story Corner in ‘full screen’ mode on the website, or if you prefer, you can download a copy here.
The card below with the link and password was sent home last week, please can you follow the instructions to have your say on the streets outside school and travel to school during the coronavirus pandemic.