I couldn’t be more proud of Snettisham Class this week. They have worked so hard for me, even though I’m not physically in the classroom. We’ve had amazing Phonics and Talk for Writing lesson. As you you were aware some of the children and staff from Snettisham Class have been isolating but rest assured that every assessment of risk and precaution was followed to ensure the children could continue to safely come into school. We’re so grateful to our colleagues who stepped in during our time of need and we can wait to welcome the children back after the weekend!
Below are videos of some of the remote learning happening last week:
A huge well done to E this week. I almost burst with pride when his Mum sent me this video – I had to immediately share it my colleagues in school and isolating at home – it gave us all the boost we needed. E’s story telling is truly fantastic. I welcome any videos of your children performing stories if you have time to send them or upload them to Tapestry.
This week the children have been very excited to learn all about The Great Fire of London (more information about this on my blog from Monday). Below is a few pictures of the children’s hard work in creating fire from tissue paper and silhouette houses from card.
Children also observed the 2 minutes silence to honour the fallen. They stood so beautifully and were quiet for the whole 2 minutes, which believe me, is no easy task for a group of nearly 30 young children! They showed total respect and we’re very proud.
Have a lovely weekend. As I said last week, even though we are on national lockdown, you can still go out for exercise (a short walk) if you’re not isolating at the moment. Get out and get some fresh air – but take your coat and wellies because I think it’s going to rain. See you bright and early Monday Morning!