We have been so pleased to hear that many of you have been busily working away at home, writing extra stories, keeping diaries and even listening to stories online. We are glad that you are keeping safe and healthy and hopefully managing your daily exercise routine.
Don’t forget that drawing is very good to train your eye and your attention to detail. If you’re not very confident at drawing, why not copy over a picture from a magazine?
By the way, we are not expecting you to print off all the worksheets which we have set on the website. It’s fine to simply write the name of the task and the answers in an exercise book.
Keep smiling and, of course, washing your hands.
Take care and remember to ‘Love one another as Jesus loves.’
We are very much thinking of you all,
Miss Platt, Mrs Palmer and Mrs Skeffington
P.S. Who will be the new Times Tables Champion when we return?
I can't believe I'm writing you a message here instead of speaking to you all in person everyday. I am missing you all so much. During the time we are not together, remember you are all special and have you own unique skills and talents. We have a class full of artists, performers, readers, writers, mathematicians, scientists and more, so if you can, take some time to practise the things you enjoy and you can tell us all about them when you get back to school. I am currently trying to improve my baking skills!
Continue practising your times tables and read every day. You are all doing so well with them, keep it up! I am so proud of every one of you. Remember your Lenten promises and use them every day; be kind and helpful for your family.
Stay safe and I will see you all again soon, take care.
Mrs C Skeffington