Happy Easter

Happy Easter Class 4!

It’s a strange feeling wishing you a happy Easter from my kitchen table, but alas in these strange times. I’ve always found Easter to be an exciting and fun time with the summer term on the horizon, daisy chains and freshly cut grass on the school field. Shoots beginning to appear in the school veg plot. Hopefully, it will not be too long until we are all back in school.

The file below details a list of challenges that can be used to keep the children busy during the holidays.

 I hope you have a lovely Easter Break, however you decide to spend it, I’m going to be in my train shed or practicing my golf swing in the garden with some chipping.

Posting on the blog and email response will recommence the week beginning Monday 20th April.

Have a great break!

Home Learning Examples

Remember to send me examples of your work and I will post them onto the blog!

Emily carrying out a shocking electricity experiment!
Gethin’s Peter Thorpe inspired art work
Oliver created this piece of art using materials that he found on a walk. He decided to create the art work for a person who is visually impaired.

Home Learning Examples

Oliver has spent some time helping his dad fix a stair heater and sent me an audio recording, unfortunately I couldn’t get it to upload on the blog , but I feel this immense activity needs a shout out!

A lovely piece of writing by Anya for a competition called;  #callwriteshare