Squirrel Class: Year 1 & 2
A message to you all from Squirrel Class Team! :-)
It's the last full week of term; we have now finished setting daily work on Seesaw so for the end of term we have made a list of fun, educational activities for you to do instead. We will still check Seesaw throughout the week so feel free to continue any outstanding activities or upload pictures of this week's fun activities!
It's been a strange term in many ways but we are so proud of the children. It's been a big change for all but they have adapted so well. Thank you to Parents/Carers for uploading the work to Seesaw and for supporting your child in their education over the last few months. The Supertato work in particular was brilliant last week!
For those children who will be in Rabbit Class next year, please find below a letter from Mrs French.
Have a great week!
Mrs MacBean and Mrs Kemshell
We are so impressed with the Shape Poems that were shared with us on Seesaw on Friday. They were fantastic! You’ll find some below – do have a read!
This will be our final week of English, Maths and Seesaw being scheduled for every day. Please continue to use Seesaw until Monday 13th July. You have all worked so hard at home and we are very proud of your dedication and effort. Next week we will set some exciting and educational activities for you to choose from for our last full week of term. We hope that you have another good week and that you are looking forward to some different end of term activities!
Mrs MacBean, Mrs Kemshell, Mrs Marchesi and Mrs Fisher J
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