Hawking - This week I am being naughty and nominating two people for Pupil of the Week!
First, I have selected Lois for the value of Endurance. Lois wasn't feeling great at the beginning of the week, yet sent in all of her work to a really high standard each day. I am really proud of the work you have completed at home, Lois - keep up the fantastic effort! :D
I would also like to choose Max for the value of Compassion. Each day, Max sends his work through without fail and in every e-mail he sends, he asks how my day has been. It's so thoughtful of him and I always enjoy our e-mail exchanges and finding out what he has been up to in these difficult times. Thank you, Max, for putting a smile on my face each day.
Have a lovely weekend everybody :D
Pankhurst- I am also being naughty and nominating two Pupils of the Week as I've been blown away by your hard work and effort this week!
First, I have chosen Jaime-Leigh for the values of Peace and Endurance. Jaime-Leigh has been learning from home and learning in school this week. Each day she completes her work with a positive attitude and tries her best, even when she finds things a bit tricky. She has been sensible and calm whilst in school, setting a positive example to others and has shown a quiet determination to complete all of her work to the best of her ability. I am very proud of you, Jaime-Leigh and hope that you are too!
I would also like to choose Jack. I could choose Jack for displaying all of our Christian Values consistently but the one that has particularly stood out to me this week is Wisdom. He has completed all of his work to the highest possible standard and has worked hard to complete every challenge that we have set. Thank you, Jack, for always putting in such an impressive amount of effort!
Have a lovely weekend everyone :D
Please listen to Chapter 6 today. It is quite a long one so you may want to listen to some of it today and the rest over the weekend. It is up to you!
Please make sure that you have finished Chapter 6 by Monday as we will be moving on to Chapter 7.
We have been thinking about how best to set you some music work remotely and luckily, the Oak National Academy have got a great sequence of work on understanding pulse and rhythm, which we are going to work through.
Lesson 1, which is about 20 minutes, can be found by following this link
We hope you have a fun Friday afternoon learning some new songs and clapping some rhythms.
When you e-mail your teacher today, I wonder whether you can suggest why we might be looking at 'pulse' as part of our Blood Heart topic?
P.S. For your parents' sanity (and so they don't send us rude e-mails!), please either watch this video with headphones or go somewhere quiet to undertake the work!