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Message from Mrs Woollven

I hope you have all had a super half term break. The weather has been absolutely beautiful, we have been very lucky.  I am hoping to brave the technology and record you all a short message this week.  Bracken is missing you all and wants to be part of a video.  Watch this space!

 

I hope you enjoy what I have planned for you (the animals are back again this week!)

Week beginning 18th May Learning Activities. Don't forget to scroll down and see some of the super learning members of your class have been sharing. The timetable is now posted!

WOW! I was right, you absolutely love learning about animals and nature. Your learning activities are flooding in this week. Here are some of the amazing poem, art work and research you have done so far.

Emmie has also had a very busy week. She raised a whopping £333 for her sponsored silence for the children's cancer trust. Look at her certificate to see how many hours she was able to go without talking!

Erin has been working extremely hard over the last few weeks. Like many of you she has been enjoying lots of the home learning activities but also pursuing interests of her own. Make sure you look at the PowerPoints in show mode..

Have a look at these videos. This young lady has put my rather jerky Joe Wicks attempts to shame!

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In the week when we celebrated VE Day, year 4 pupils have been working really hard. Here are some of this week's activities.

Rosie and Holly have been busy creating PowerPoints about two of their favourite animals. Please take the time to have a good look. I learnt lots!

Home Learning Activities - Week beginning the 11th May

Below is a photo album of some of the great learning Year 4 have been doing since lock down started.

Emmie has been busy creating her trump cards. Click on the files below to see what she has been making.

William has created a super PowerPoint about Wolverines (animals rather than the film character)

Welcome back Year 4

Message to Year 4 from Mrs Woollven

I hope you have all had a lovely Easter break and you have been able to enjoy some of the beautiful weather.  

 

As many of you will know, Mr Langan officially left the school at the end of term to start her adventure to become a teacher in a special educational needs school. I know she talked to you about this before she left.   I have spoken to her a lot over the last few weeks and she sends you all her love.  She is keeping well and although she has to stay at home, like all of us, she is using her time to do lots of learning for her new role and grow lots of plants!

 

It must be really unsettling to know that your class teacher has left.  Do not worry, whilst the school is closed I will be your class teacher.  I have been planning all your work and responding to the emails your parents have sent with your fantastic learning.  

 

This week I have planned lots of different activities that you and the adults at home can choose for you to do.  I have also created a timetable, some parents asked for this, if you would like to use it as a structure for your day.  There is no pressure to do so. Remember staying safe, happy and well is the priority at the moment.

 

If you do any of the activities and would like to share them with me and the rest of the class, simply ask an adult to email them to our special class email yearfour@churchill-pri.n-somerset.sch.uk .  I am very much looking forward to seeing how you get on with the challenges and activities I have set this week. 

 

Although our school has been open over the Easter holidays, I have still managed to find a little time to try my hand at a bit of baking.  I have for some time, been keen to bake a fruitcake.  This has always been my Dad's role in our family (he is quite an accomplished baker) so I have not had the chance until now.  I have included a few pictures of my efforts.  My Dad thought it looked a little dry but we all thought it tasted quite scrumptious.  

I have also been painting some eggs for my Easter decoration.  I hope that I may get time to use this idea on a pebble for our secret garden in school.

Bracken is missing everyone in school. He still sits by the door in the morning, looking quite expectantly at me as I collect my keys.  Mind you, he is also quite happy sleeping in his bed :-)

 

Term 5, week 1- new learning activities

Some home learning activities from Year 4. One of our school family even managed to run a Celebration Service, on Friday. This included chocolate eggs. I wonder whether this is a change we should make once school re-opens :-)

Holly has decided to follow a project of her own interest. Please see her PowerPoint to learn more about Anne Frank.

Home Learning

Thank you for your continued support and communications.  

At this time, the best way to communicate with the school is through the school office.  Please either phone 01934 852446 or email office@churchill-pri.n-somerset.sch.uk

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