A last message of the term from me. It’s certainly not how I thought the term would end but you have all demonstrated that ‘R’ word that Mrs Ledingham likes to mention in assemblies – resilience. Here is a selection of work received today and a final Happy Easter pic collage from me. See you in the Summer term! Well done for all that you have achieved over the last two weeks and remember #staysafestayhome.
Have a look at this fab Easter themed Purple Mash work, such creativity, well done all of you. Don’t forget you can see all of your own and your classmates Purple Mash work on the Class 2 noticeboard on Purple Mash. If you are doing some work, please add your name to it so that everyone will know who has done it.
Why not use your school holiday time to go on a virtual school trip to Hull Streetlife Museum. Last year’s class 2 visited this museum in the summer term and really enjoyed it. Sadly it is closed for now but you can go on a virtual tour. The link is below. See if you can find anything to do with toys and homes or our overarching history objective Britain within the last thirty years. Don’t forget your packed lunch!
Why not try some of these fun science activities over the holiday? If you do, don’t forget to email me a photo.
Today would have been out last day in school before the Easter break. It will be a different kind of holiday for all of us this year but it will be a break nevertheless. You have all been ABSOLUTELY AMAZING and I am so proud of you all. Don’t feel that you have to keep up with lots and lots of specific home learning activities- you will all still be learning every day, in everything that you do. We have some class birthdays to celebrate too over the next few days; Lara, Jack and Freddie, we all wish you a very Happy Birthday and hope you have delicious cake!
No new challenges today other than the daily maths challenge. Take the time today to look back on the last two weeks of blog posts and see if there is anything that you haven’t attempted yet. Don’t forget about the art competition set by Hornsea Mortgage Brokers as there is a great prize on offer, try the scavenger hunts if you haven’t done already and complete the daily maths challenges. Some of you missed the virtual museum link and there is no better time to visit a museum than when you are on holiday so I’ll post it shortly.
Over the holidays keep up with the reading and try and read every day if you can, school reading schemes books that you can access online, comics, magazines, instructions, recipes, online articles, this blog – it’s all reading! If you are going to use Purple Mash, then focus on the Easter activities, the book review and you could also send me a postcard using the template! I will pop back shortly with the last daily maths challenge for a while and some holiday science ideas and I will also have a little message for you all at the end of the day….
Great to see that Jacob’s challenge to do something he couldn’t already do is to tie his shoelaces. Lara has completed the daily maths challenge and today’s treasure map challenges. Well done guys, I’m proud of you.
Some fantastic Easter creativity, keep it coming, it is really making me smile.
Where can I go to get support to help keep my child safe online? Just a reminder if needed.
There is a lot of support available to keep your child safe online. Below are some useful links to help parents and carers:
- Thinkyouknow (advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online)
- Internet matters (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
- Parent info (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
- LGfL (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)
- Net-aware (support for parents and careers from the NSPCC)
Please remember you can also contact me via email firstname.lastname@example.org at anytime if you have concerns with anything during these unsettling times.
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