Good evening superstars and super grown ups! 🙂
I know its Monday and I know it’s challenging times… but it was so great to see our children and grown ups working hard and continuing to solider on!
Check out a couple of fantastic e-safety posters made by Peyton and Lena today – with us all working a lot more online in these current times, it is so IMPORTANT we understand how to stay safe!
Some awesome Expedition crafts made by Roscoe and Harry – Boxton the rat and a London red bus!
Then some great work and learning shown by Conor and Lyra in phonics and Maths!
Finally, Peyton along with 20 other KS1 children (and grown ups) online today participating in today’s PE session! 🙂
We look forward to seeing those who wasn’t online today, online tomorrow for our morning check in and Live sessions 🙂 it is vitally important your children access the learning and if you need any extra support feel free to get in touch!
Good morning Key Stage 1.
Looking out of the window today you would never know that we had had any snow last week. It all seems like a distant memory already!
There were some excellent examples of home learning shared with us last week and we have been amazed by the quality of what has been produced. Try to save what you have made so that you can bring them in to school when we finally reopen.
Today there is an important esafety task in the classroom to have a go at. There is also a poster competition that goes along with it so why not get creative and send us your esafety posters. You never know, you might win a prize!
Have a great day.
Key Stage 1 Crew
Well done everyone for the great learning you have done this week – especially when the snow began to fall. It looks like you’ve all had great fun! You all deserve a shout out for your efforts; especially Syler-Rose and Vittoria for getting online when they couldn’t get into school on Friday.
The expedition crafting was a great success and I would like to give special mentions to Darwin, Shayen, Tim and Scarlett for their fabulous jars and rat puppets. They blew me away! Well done again.
I can’t wait to see what you all come up with this week.
I have to say this was such a hard choice this week. So many of your are working hard in class and on line.
However, if you have been following our blogs, this child is always on there. He completes all work set – to a fabulous standard. He also completes most additional challenges and then goes on and finds more work to do! That is true dedication!
Ellis we are so proud of you. The last time we had to work remotely you amazed me, you have kept up this super attitude, and I am sure it will continue. For all of the above reasons, you have definitely earned the Pride of Plover Certificate.
Mrs Coward 🙂
I just wanted to say a massive ‘Thank You’ to all of our pupils and parents. It has been a truly fabulous week for learning, as I am sure you will agree from the photographs blogged so far this week.
I wanted to share with you how well our learning environments are coming on. Still lots more fun to be had, but they are already looking great.
The children have worked so hard – and played hard, I have never enjoyed playing in the snow as much – the best snowball fight ever!
Have a great weekend everyone. Stay safe and I look forward to seeing you all next.
A huge congratulations to Conor, our Pride of Plover winner this week!
Conor has made so much progress since starting in September is all different areas from learning to behaviour!
He has been online for every single session since we started back and has done some awesome work and crafts!
I am gutted you can’t be in school for me to give you the Yellow T-Shirt, but I am so proud of you to be the first Remote Pride of Plover Winner!
A massive congratulations and well done to all our children who have engaged in their learning at home and in school!
Keep up the hard work today in all your live remote sessions and we will see you all to have a little Feel Good Friday celebration this afternoon for our Plover Praise 🙂
Remember to log in on your school email, through the website and click on your classes google classroom to access all the live sessions and learning 🙂