The Best of Brancaster
Hello Brancaster – it’s Friday! Another week gone, which means another week’s worth of celebrations! As always, I am so proud of what many of you have achieved. If you still haven’t sent me your work, please send it to my email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here is a look at what has been going on in Brancaster bubble as well as in your own bubbles at home.
In Brancaster, we have been busy in a lot of our subjects. In English, we have been writing our own part of our innovated story “Clumsy Claire”:
We have also been working hard in science looking at allergies and how they can affect people’s bodies. Everyone received a certificate for their hard work!
Lastly, we made delicious sandwiches in DT. Have a look at some of the children making some:
At home, George has been busy with his work:
Ollie has been working very hard:
Lastly, here is Borislav’s work – he has been very busy this week!
I am impressed how keen you all are in completing your Education City tasks. Here is a list of those children who completed them all – well done!
A lot of you have been on Tackling Tables, which I am impressed with! My Tackling Tables star this week has to be Marcus! Well done Marcus!
Over and Above
Last, but definitely not least, I have some children who have gone over and above this week. As we are unable to have an assembly to celebrate this, I am going to give these children an ‘Over and Above’ certificate for their learning this week. I will email your parents your certificate if you are working at home so they can print them off for you.
The children who will receive a certificate this week are:
Borislav – For working extremely hard in all of his lessons.
Nichita – For helping others
Ronni – For contibuting in Teams lessons
George – For working hard at home.
Again, well done to every single one of you for working so hard this week! Also, another big thank you to parents too – we appreciate the work you’re putting in to make this all happen! We look forward to seeing you all again next week!
Miss Sayer and the Brancaster team