Welcome again to
We start with a message from Mrs Macaulay:
“I hope you are all well. I miss you and can’t wait to see you as soon as possible!”
Why don’t you leave a message for for me to pass on down below in the blog comments? I have been so lucky to be in touch with so many of you, I know Mrs Macaulay would love to hear from you!
Moving on to…
House Point Certificates
This week House Point Certificates went out to…
🌠Ilgin and 🌠Omer
Shout outs for online working:
Shout outs to:
Colin, Declan, Xavier, Ateeqeh, Bertie, Doruk, Natalia, Omer, Theo, Ilgin, Aron, Aaniya, Chelsea, Gumana and Lynda
for being busy online on Education City or Active Learn (or both!) this week.
Shout outs for sharing work:
Monday the 1st of June was “Say Something Nice Day” and Lynda started us off with a incredible Kindness tree she made with her family. Can you spot all the languages she used?
Colin has a joke to share with us and Natalia reviewed The Singing Mermaid (⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐) by Julia Donaldson:
In more fantastic Literacy work, we have some super silly sentences, spelling challenges, Look Say Cover Write Check (LSCWC) of sounds and tricky words, hand writing work, compound word work, tricky word practise and some excellent correcting work across the board from Colin, Kody, Natalia and Xavier this week:
Natalia and Colin have been up to a range of work in their Maths and their Numeracy, I am really impressed by all of this work!
Lots of people have been sharing activities they’ve been doing since Health Week! Colin shares his art with us, Kody shows off some of his activities, Xavier shows off some of his life skills and Gumana went on some outings and shared some lovely art she and her family made!
WELL DONE to those who have gotten House Certificates or other Shout outs for their work!
I am continuing to add House Points and will let Mrs Jessop know when you have filled up your card. Please keep showing me the things you have been up to! Show me the things you are proud of doing and things you want me to see and are happy to share. Don’t be afraid to comment on this blog or to share work on our class Twitter if you prefer those ways to stay in touch.