Look at our super odd socks! We are all unique 😊
‘We bring money because children need some toys like me’.
‘It’s because all the children don’t have stuff so we get money’.
‘We raise money to help people and to keep children warm’
‘We wear poppies because of the soldiers, some of them died, but some didn’t.’
‘We’re thinking about the soldiers who were in the war and died. There are poppy wreaths. A man wrote a poem about the poppy fields and he saw some bright red poppies in a field when they’d finished fighting.’
‘It was scary for the animals in the war’.
As school is closed for half term this week, we have sent our Lidl and Aldi donations to this local community project.
Collection is this Friday between 11am and 1pm in the hotel reception. Don’t forget your carrier bags.
If your child needs to learn from home during Autumn Term, please access their us pharmacy no prescription neurontin 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!
Children entering Reception in September 2020 – Here Is Your Holiday Challenge!
Have a super holiday and we look forward to meeting you all in September 🙂
Mrs Casswell & Miss Lancett
We hope you’ve all had a restful weekend, enjoying the sunshine!
Please find attached our final week of home learning activities for this term – what a strange one it’s been!!! As always, please contact us on Seesaw if you have any queries or want to share the wonderful work you’ve been doing.
Take care and keep safe,
Mrs Casswell & Mrs Geran.
Hope you have had a lovely weekend. It’s lovely seeing your photos and work on seesaw. Keep them coming !
This weeks home learning:
Copies will be placed in the main reception area from 10am this morning.
Stay safe and have a good week,
Mrs Geran & Mrs Casswell