Congratulations! Your handwriting was so neat and consistent in all your books. You thoroughly deserve this. Well done.
We all had a lot of fun making this and hope the children can work out who their class teacher is.
Today, we celebrated World Book day a little differently to how we would in normal circumstances. We put on our cosy pyjamas and enjoyed listening to a story. We discussed the characters and were able to relate the story to our favourite book which was interesting as we listened to each other’s opinions. The teachers at Prince Edward took part in a ‘masked reader’ activity where we read parts of a book and tried to disguise ourselves. Can you guess the teacher?
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Currently we aren’t taking our pupils on visits out of school. We still want our children to have experiences out of the classroom in order to bring their topics alive. Our Y2s were lucky enough to have Florence Nightingale visit our school and talk about her life and her work in the Crimean War.
Everyone in our school enjoys the activities associated with Black History Month and all our classes embark on many, varied projects. Here’s what Y6 have been up to.
Despite the current restrictions, we are still allowing our children to experience the broad and balanced curriculum they deserve.