Hello boys and girls! I hope that you are all enjoying the Whit holiday, even though the sunshine seems to have disappeared for a little while. Let's all hope it'll be back soon.
I'm really looking forward to hearing all about what you've been doing - perhaps you could send me a GMail.
Home Learning Grids
Please click the links below for the optional home learning activities. We recommend 2 activities per day.
In order for families and staff to take a break over Whit, there will be no home learning grid posted on 25.5.20 or 01.6.20.
Children who remain at home after 8th June 2020 will continue to be able to access the school learning grids on the class pages of the school website. We would like to thank you for your continuous support in helping your child to learn from home.
Calling all knitters!
If you have access to wool and needles, Mrs. Mottram has found some free patterns that will keep your fingers busy.
Visit https://www.jeangreenhowe.com/ for some lovely little patterns of food items and toys that are made from rectangles of knit stitch (garter stitch) and others using knit a row, purl a row (stocking stitch).
For those needing help to cast on or cast/bind off, there are some slow motion tutorials at https://www.youtube.com/user/knittingtipsbyjudy
This channel also has tutorials on increasing and decreasing stitches if anyone needs a reminder.
Here are the resources from our Week 6 Home Learning Grid. There is no requirement to use a printer as activities can be completed in workbooks.
In addition, it is Year 5's turn to have keyboard lessons with Mrs.Smethurst and she has sent through some great tasks to be completed at home. These have also been added below.
A message regarding Parents' Evening:
For any parents who had an appointment for the second Parents' Evening on 25th March, please check your child's Gmail account for an update on your child's progress in English and Maths this term. Thank you.
Last week we held our class elections. We voted to elect our two Pupil Voice Representatives,and our Sports and Health Ambassadors. We are confident that they will all do a fantastic job representing our class and helping to develop ideas to make Aldwyn an even better place to learn.
Pupil Voice Representatives: Scarlet Thorpe and Yasmin Mirza
Health Ambassador: George Cosgrove
Sports Ambassador: Rocco Zeolla.