May the 4th be with you Brancaster Class
Good morning and welcome to a brand new week. I hope you all had a lovely weekend and that you are all keeping safe and well.
Once again, thank you for all your emails, photographs and hard work. I really do enjoy seeing what you’ve all been up to and it’s great to see so many of you completing the work we are setting.
Logan has been super busy this week and even managed to design and create a shark costume for Fancy Dress Friday (PE with Joe Wicks). Is anyone else dressing up on a Friday morning? If you do then please email me a picture!
I have enjoyed seeing your skeleton pictures this week – some of you have been really creative.
I hope you are all enjoying the start of our Romans topic. It really is one of my favourite periods of history. Emily (the historian) has been hard at work investigating the legend of Romulus and Remus. Alfie has been exploring the characters in the legend, well done Alfie, I loved your picture and character description.
I’ve heard lots this week about books you are reading at home. Remember, reading every day is really important! If you find a book you enjoy then please share it with us. Emily is keeping busy reading the Barry Loser books. I may have to see if I can get a copy delivered!
I love this picture. Please send me your reading in quarantine photographs! We could make a class collage of them.
It’s also been great to hear about how you are all helping out at home, baking, making things and sending letters and cards to family members. It’s so nice to hear about your random acts of kindness and I am sure everyone appreciates your efforts.
Alfie has been busy making bread and cakes! They look really yummy Alfie, and Nancy has been busy with her sewing machine, I love the mask, it looks great!
Please keep sending me your emails, photographs and work, I love hearing from you and sharing all your news with the rest of our class.
Here is your learning grid for this week and I have updated Education City. I hope you enjoy the different activities.
Keep safe and well