Hopefully this guide will help some of you to access the Seesaw learning. This is where teachers will post lesson activities and respond to your children’s work.
We have had a lovely day in Year 5 making the most of the opportunities to work without pens!
We completed French activities based around describing feelings, listened and responded to music, made (rather fiddly) Christmas decorations for our school tree and completed a drama lesson this afternoon!
Our communication skills were used all day and the performances of the Wormy Spaghetti scene from The Twits this afternoon required lots of imagination and focus!
Keep your eye on your class’ Seesaw page for photos and videos.
On Monday, if the children (and staff) would like to, they are invited to wear odd socks to school! We will be celebrating differences and appreciation of what makes us unique! In classrooms the children will spend the week focusing on anti-bullying and all of the wonderful ways we can make each other feel safe and happy.
We had a fabulous day reading and following a recipe to create snot-tails (which were actually delicious)! We also listened to a mysterious story called The Hook!
The children also enjoyed creating silhouettes with black paper and beautiful watercolour backgrounds!
Thank you to everyone for a wonderful last day – enjoy your week off and keep safe!
If your child needs to learn from home during Autumn Term, please access their year group information page (in Parents News / Classes) for links to teaching videos and learning activities that will help them to make progress during their time at home! Please post their learning onto Seesaw as teachers will be checking journals weekly – they can’t wait to see how you get on!
If you need any help accessing any of the learning, please speak to your child’s class teacher…they are always happy to help!
Welcome back Year 5 and a very happy September to you! We hope you have enjoyed your first few days back in school – we certainly have! Thank you to you all for being such lovely company and for adjusting to life in your ‘bubbles’ so well. We are looking forward to a fantastic year!
What an eventful year it has been so far! The children at Sir Alexander Fleming have, as always, worked very hard this year, both in school and at home! In recognition of this, we have written Annual Reports for all children. Next week, your child’s class teacher will email their report to the email address you have provided us with and it should arrive between 9am Monday (13th) and 12noon Wendesday (15th). If you have not received your report by Wednesday afternoon, please contact your child’s class teacher.
As always, if you have any questions or comments, please let us know!
Please read the attached letter regarding postponed end of year celebrations for Year 6.
Mrs Atkins’ Lego Groups
A challenge for you! Can you create, with Lego, something you have done over lockdown and send me a photo?
Can you guess what I have been up to?
Please email your guesses and pictures to; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Looking forward to seeing your creations,