Another week of home learning complete, Well Done!!
I hope you are all keeping safe and well and have enjoyed the gorgeous sunshine. I have had a few emails this week showing me your amazing work, keep going, I love seeing what you have all been up to!
As of this week Mrs Smith and I have put together some new home learning packs for you that we will be uploading to our school website each week. There are lots of different activities for different subjects for you to keep busy with each day. Remember, you do not have to do everything but make sure you are doing some learning each day. A few children have even been learning some life skills such as; tying their shoelaces, riding their bike without stabilisers, helping with the cooking and even keeping their bedrooms tidy!
As you know it was the 75th anniversary of VE Day on Friday, lots of people celebrated with their neighbours (socially distancing of course), decorating their houses with blue, white and red bunting, making cakes and by playing music and games. The main learning focus for this week is significant people and the history of real life heroes linked to the NHS, VE Day and Florence Nightingale who was born 12th May 1820, that’s 200 years ago!
Before you start, like we did when we were learning about Samuel Pepys, have a look at the picture I have posted on this blog of Florence Nightingale and guess why you think she might be famous.
I hope you all have a great week, remember to keep me posted with your work. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Hopefully we will all see each other soon!
Lots of love from Miss Braithwaite and Mrs White xxx