A very warm welcome to the Home Learning page for Elder, Chestnut and Walnut Class children. It is, once again, time for us to learn remotely to help stop the spread of the coronavirus and protect the NHS. Please remember to keep being safe at home too. We were all so proud of your excellent hand washing and sanitising routines when we were at school. We are still your teachers and we're still here for you, so please contact us if you have any questions or messages.
Be safe, be good, be happy. We will all be missing you
Happy Monday Morning Everyone!
Welcome to Term 4
Yay, our last week of remote learning is here! We really can't wait to see you all together with your friends once again. 7 days (1 week) ... not long now! You have all worked SO hard over the last few months and we have LOVED getting to see your fantastic work and photos of you enjoying your learning. We still have one last week of remote learning, and this week includes one of our absolute favourite days of the entire school year – World Book Day! This is on Thursday 4th of March and we have got lots planned to make the day as exciting as possible, so keep a look out for the World Book Day tab nearer the time. You are all encouraged to dress up throughout the day as your favourite book characters and spend as much time as you can reading! In PSHE, we would like you to complete this thoughts and feelings pack to prepare for our return to school. Please carefully consider what you'd like to write on your 'things I'd like to tell my teacher' sheet as we'd like you to bring these in next week (only if it's possible, so don't worry if you can't)
As always, have a happy and safe week, and never forget how AMAZING you are!
Huge thanks to all you parents for teaching and learning with your lovely children since January. You have done an amazing job, honestly, we can see that from the photos and emails which we have received. We really appreciate all of your positive support for us too. Nearly there!
Mrs Jones, Mrs Andrews, Mrs Oldfield and Mrs Tyrell
Mrs Kelly recorded daily handwriting videos during the summer term last year (see the link below). It is always good to practise your handwriting so perhaps you could spend 10 minutes each morning practising your handwriting along with Mrs Kelly. This is a calm activity that you can do independently and will certainly help improve the presentation of your writing!