Good afternoon Year Four,
I hope you have had a good day and that you are able to complete all the learning posted online. Why not spend the rest of the day relaxing and having fun with your family? Don’t forget, if you can do so safely, to go outside and enjoy the sunshine. Or if you can’t, why not spend the rest of the afternoon being creative? Write a story about your time in lockdown or compose a poem about the same. You might be able to get them published when you get back to school in September. Try cooking/baking or making something new with an adult. We look forward to hearing about the new things you have been learning.
Have a good evening.
Good Morning Year Four,
As we are drawing near to the end of the school year, I want to let you know how extremely proud of you we are. We are proud of how resilient, patient, motivated and hard-working you are and most importantly, we are proud of your ability to adapt to extreme circumstances such as the one we are in. You should be very proud of yourselves also.
We all miss the ability to be with you all, learning together in the classroom. However, we are looking forwards to having you safely back in school for September. In the meanwhile, I want you to continue your amazing attitude towards the learning that is set for you online daily. In addition to that, spend some time to learn new things with your family. Why not try something creative, like gluing recycled things together to make a sculpture or baking something with your parents. Try to write a story or some poems and see if you can get it published when you get back to school. Don’t forget to exercise, as this is very important for your growth and development – why not try to get outside (with an adult of course) and play!! Try walking or riding to the nearest park or play some football. Just get outside and enjoy the sunshine 😊.
And remember to keep posting some of your amazing learning on seesaw for us to see.
‘Believe in yourself and all that you are. Know that there is something in you that is greater than any obstacle.’ Christian D Larson
Enjoy the rest of your day.
Ms Cole-Davis and the year four teachers.