Happy bank holiday. Hope you are all well and enjoying the celebrations of VE Day. All the staff hope you have enjoyed our video to you all. I do not know about you, but we have all enjoyed seeing each other on there.
Our work on Seesaw has yet again been amazing this week. The work is outstanding and we could not be more proud. Our totals for last week are:
Family Visits: 914
Please continue to look at the tasks, the amazing work your children are completing and enjoy their work.
We have announced our special mention pupils as well this week, well done to all of these!
As you are aware, we are still awaiting an update from the government, that has been put back until Sunday. Once we have any updates we will communicate our next steps forward, should any changes be made to how school will run.
This just leaves me to say, have a great weekend, stay safe and stay in touch.
We have had another amazing week of work from the pupils. Please see below our Special Mention Pupils:
Peyton and Finlay
who have both been working really hard at home, the adults in their homes have been sharing photos on class dojo. Well done.
Daley - for fantastic writing, sounding out all his own words.
Marcus – naming many different fruit and vegetables and describing how they grow.
Corey W for his lovely neat & colourful list of vegetables & animals that eat them.
Oscar T for working hard consistently all week
Elizabeth - for all her hard work especially with Set 3 speed sounds and spellings.
Freddie - for all his hard work and recorded comments on his work.
Redgi - For his creativity and enthusiasm with the range of home learning. You are clearly learning so much, and having a great time!
Ethan- For your continued effort in home learning. The work and activities you are sharing is something you should be really proud of!
Billi - fabulous topic work and producing a great musical instrument.
Elsie B - excellent attitude to home learning.
Poppy - for trying her best throughout her home learning even when she finds things challenging.
Toby - great topic work and ideas.
Jaxon - For working hard with all his seesaw work, I am super proud.
Ben - For his daily enthusiasm on seesaw. Keep it up!
Maisie- Completing all work set on SeeSaw and keeping up her normal incredibly high standards. All work has been presented beautifully and she is working as hard at home as she would be in school.
Millie - Going above and beyond the work set doing some excellent research into topic. She has even gone to the lengths of dissecting flowers and drawing her own detailed, annotated diagrams. All presented beautifully as always!
Isla H and Theo Y
Completing work set on Seesaw to a high standard as well as checking any errors and editing and improving work. Really impressed with their efforts!
Jack Lumb and Fergus Lee this week, both for continued hard work and determination on Seesaw. Both boys have been improving their answers and responding to feedback.
Jack - for working super hard in all areas, and particularly for his brilliant and sensitive inference skills.
Kiera - for consistent hard work of a brilliantly high standard in all areas, and entertaining us with photos of everything else she's been getting up to!
Troy S - not only consistently submitting work but also really trying to entertain himself by learning in new ways (his bird box with instructions was brilliant).
Holly B - consistently tackling activities and reflects on feedback given on seesaw to help improve her work.
Macey – Amazing, consistent hard work in every task. She is producing incredible work in all the activities, well done!
Sam - for commitment to his work and completing the tasks to such a high level and showing self motivation and determination.
Maddison for exceptional resilience, determination and outstanding work this work.
Callum - for three weeks of super effort, outstanding quality of work and demonstrating determination and resilience. Well done!
Well done to all the pupils who are consistently working hard, completing the tasks set them and keeping positive. Well done and thank you! Miss Smith.