Wow 10 weeks of learning at home! There certainly have been different challenges for us all but we are hoping that the end is now in sight. As ever do get in touch through the year group email addresses or the office if we can help in any way.
We want to wish all our families who are celebrating this weekend a lovely Eid. This year we may not be able to celebrate in the usual ways but we hope everyone will have a peaceful and enjoyable time at home.
Key Stage 2 have been busy reading this week, can you guess who is behind each book?
In collaboration with the Puffin Festival of Big Dreams, we’ve teamed up with six of the UK’s most exciting authors to get children writing in this national competition.
It’s simple: children can send us a short story of no more than 300 words, using the theme BIG DREAMS. They can interpret the theme however they like: an epic fantasy inspired by a dream, an amazing adventure that takes place in another world, or a true-to-life story set in an imaginary school.
How to enter: ask your child to write a story of up to 300 words, using the theme BIG DREAMS. Submit it through the National Book Tokens Website by midnight on 28th May.
I hope you enjoy this catchy song from Will-i-am reminding us how special each of us is.
How many of these can you find on your daily walk? Even if the weather doesn’t look so good it’s still really important to stretch those legs, brush away the cobwebs and get outside in the fresh air. Maybe you could even take some photographs of your walk to show your teachers.
Scavenger Hunt Tick Sheet
Staying away from our family and friends doesn’t get any easier but these stories may help our younger children.