Together we nurture the genius in everyone
|Megan Griffiths||Class Teacher|
|Sharon Tam Alkis||Learning Assistant|
|Anna Calvert||Learning Assistant|
|Ivy Kougea||Learning Assistant|
|Alex Armour||Learning Assistant|
Class Teacher (Wed-Fri)
|Roxy Hilder||Class Teacher (Mon-Tues)|
|Cherry Forrest||Learning Assistant|
|Rachel Lowin||Learning Assistant|
|Maggie Paul||Learning Assistant|
|Holly Loveless||Learning Assistant|
Week beginning: Monday 1st June
Hello again Woodpeckers,
How have you all been this week? I can’t quite believe that it’s half term already next week or how warm it has been, it definitely feels like summer is on its way.
Well done for all of your continued hard work in completing another five weeks of home learning. I know that learning at home can sometimes be fun but it can also be difficult. Remember to keep smiling, stay as calm as possible and take every opportunity to be kind to the people around you.
Over the half term break you will not be getting any work set from school and so this is a time that you could use to do more things that you really enjoy. I know that some Woodpeckers have been doing a lot of reading recently and have been discovering some exciting and enchanting books. If you have found a new favourite book or author, perhaps you could write a review of your book, draw a picture, make a model of one of the characters or even just talk about your book with other Woodpeckers (perhaps starting your own Woodpecker book club).
However you spend your time, I hope that you have a lovely week!
Hello lovely Swans,
I hope you had a wonderful half term filled with lots of smiles and laughter! I had a lovely time in the sun. In my letter a couple of weeks ago, I told you that I had spotted a pregnant swan. This week, I spotted the cygnets (baby swans) swimming on the lake! I took some pictures to show you. Aren’t they cute? Their parents were teaching them how to find food on the lake. Keep sending your lovely pictures to us, we love seeing what you have been up to!
I hope you enjoy your home learning this week. We are continuing with our Kenya topic, which I hope you have all been enjoying so far! I also think you will enjoy writing an action scene for The Firemaker’s Daughter. Remember though, the most important home learning is to look after yourself and your family.
Lots of love,
Hi again Swans!
I hope that this week has gone well for all of you and that you’ve enjoyed a relaxing break!
Miss Griffiths has been filling me in on all the wonderful learning you’ve been doing at home and I love hearing about Swans’ achievements!
It looks like Year 2 won’t be back in school straight after the half term break but hopefully we’ll all be together at school soon. In the meantime, it has been wonderful having phone chats with some of you and hearing your voices. I really miss seeing all your smiling faces!
Take good care of yourselves!
Mrs Tam-Alkis :) :)