It has been so lovely to see the return of our children. A huge thank you to all of our Year Four parents for the brilliant support and encouragement your children had for their home-learning during this second lockdown. We know it has been difficult, but also rewarding to some extent too. You have been able to have an insight and share in the type of work that your children are involved in on a daily basis.
Back here in school, the children have shared their experiences of working at home and many have realised the positive benefits of being back learning in the school environment.
This second week, most have settled back into the routines and timetabled days really well. Already we are seeing their confidence growing as they start to remember previous work and want to be returning to the familiar structure of being in school with their friends and teachers.
When we return after Easter on Monday 12th April, our new topic will be starting. The children have chosen 'Animals', and the focus will be; How animals have adapted to changing environments and loss of habitats due to climate change.
The children have been discussing what they would like to do for this 'Hook Day'.
They decided they want to dress as animals (onesies), wear animal masks, or come in with animal face paints. so, a heads-up for you.
Have a lovely Easter everyone.
We are looking forward to welcoming you back safely on the 12th of April.