Hi everyone! 01/06/2020
I hope you have all enjoyed the half-term break and the beautiful sunshine. You may have been busy creating a special cake for The Great Ethelbert Bake-off. If so, do send me a photo of your creation!
I am very excited about Term 6, and looking forward to seeing some of you in school. It may feel a little strange returning to school on Monday; however, it will be so lovely to see you again and to hear about your lockdown experiences. I have been busy sorting, cleaning and tidying our classroom; it has never looked quite so organised! For those of you who can't make it back after half term, please do stay in touch via email. We have lots of exciting learning planned, including support with your transition to secondary school.
Those of you who have not yet sent me your memories for the Year Book, please do so by the end of this week. Mrs West needs to send all the texts off for publication next week.
If you have any concerns or questions about any of the Home Learning tasks, please let me know. You can contact me through email: email@example.com
Note to parents: Thank you for your continued support; it really does make a difference, and please do not worry if children do not complete all the tasks. Our main focus should be keeping healthy and looking after our well-being.
Mrs C and Mrs F
Generation Lockdown Writing Competition
Earlier in the year, year 5 and 6 learned about animal lifecycles. We talked about a butterfly and how it goes through a process called metamorphosis. Today my caterpillars arrived and I hope to show you that process through pictures and videos. To see them please head over to the year 5 gallery or click on the link below.