We hope you had a lovely long weekend. The sun has certainly been out. What did you get up to? It was my birthday yesterday so I went on a lovely evening walk and saw a squirrel run across the path in front of me. It was very cute! Miss Christy went on her daily walks and she has done lots of sewing projects too. She sewed different coloured material together to create baskets to help organise her baking cupboard. Miss Daun also went on local walks, played board games and did some yoga. Have you tried any yoga at home yet?
Can you believe it is May already? You are all doing so well with your learning from home. We have an exciting week ahead of us. I have attached the grids and resources for this week. We hope you enjoy doing the tasks if you are able to and we can’t wait to hear how you get on.
This week we are finishing off our Viking display and will be making our own long boat and our life size Vikings are ready to be placed. As promised, a picture is to follow!
We had a visitor from Scottish water explaining the importance of taking care of water supplies. We learned that in London, there was a fat mass the size of a double-decker bus clogging up the sewers as a result of careless disposal of oil and grease. In amongst this, was baby wipes and other items which should not be flushed, including a living goldfish who was then named ‘POOH’. The children found this very funny.
We will be starting our assembly next week and children will be given words home. Please can you ensure your child practises these. This assembly is an in school assembly for the rest of the classes, not a parent assembly on this occasion.
I hope you all enjoy your long weekend this week and look forward to seeing you all back on Wednesday 21st September.
As it is a two and a half day week when we return, there will be no homework given or expected on the Friday.