Today is a school wide dressing up day! The children have really gone for it and look fantastic. We are raising much needed cash for school funds – you can still make a donation online or to the collection buckets. There will be a collection on each gate this evening and more photos uploaded after school.
Thanks to everyone who has been involved in getting the children ready for today.
This week, we have all been getting back into the routines of the school day. The children are working hard in year 4 in their maths lessons. As you can see from the smiling faces; the children are very happy to be back at their desks!
Feel free to make leave a comment in the box below. We will try and keep the images of the classes learning across the school.
What a gorgeous day for our second day of full school opening. The children were out and making the most of the space that they have. You can see how happy them children are to be back playing and working alongside their peers & friends.
Not as dry as a Savannah or as hot as the Desert, but pretty nice for a school day!
Hello – there was a palpable sense of relief as the gates opened across the school site this morning. For many of the children, this was the first day in school for over 8 weeks.
The school sounds – and feels – like a very happy place and any signs of anxiety seem to have evaporated during the course of the day. Mr. Absolom has zipped around the school to capture a few photos of each year group in-situ!
Howdy Year 4 = this is the home of your very new and very own Year 4 blog! We are going to use this to showcase some more of the lovely learning that happens every day in the Desert & Savannah classes.
We know most of you have been learning from home but, thankfully, you will all be back together from Monday!
Once we are up and running, Ms. Green and Ms. Sharman will be posting examples of what you are doing in class. For the moment, we have created a gallery of a small selection of the work that has been sent in during this period of school closure.
In preparation for your return to school, why not have a look and celebrate what has been achieved remotely! See you next week.
Try to remember this just a small sample of all the wonderful learning that has been sent in over the past 8(!) weeks. Try to view it as a celebration of the collective effort and not become disheartened if an individual (or individual piece of work) is not represented.