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13.07.2020

15.7.20

 

Hello Wonderful Team Willow,

 

Where do I start?

 

I was so excited this morning, getting ready for you to come in to school and then Wow! when you arrived- it was just awesome!  I just wish i could have kept you for the whole day!  It was as though we had never been apart and we just continued from where we left off in March!

 

Thank you so much for the amazing pictures, cards and presents you have given me; you have been and will ALWAYS be the most remarkable, fantastic, incredible year group I have taught!

 

A huge THANK YOU to your parents, who have been so supportive and having been thrown in at the deep end, have risen to the challenge and been outstanding teachers!

 

I hope you all have a relaxing summer holiday.

 

I look forward to seeing you in school next term: you will be brilliant!

 

Lots of love,

 

Mrs. Ferguson x

Photos from Lucas - Look out for the amazing science experiment and excavation!

Happy Birthday Ben

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Photos from Frankie and Max

12.7.20

 

Good Morning Wonderful Willows!

 

I hope you are all well on this beautiful sunny morning!

 

I am very much looking forward to seeing you all on Wednesday morning - I expect you have all grown taller and lost some more teeth! This will be our last chance to get together as Team Willow, so I want to hear all your news and what you have been doing and learning whilst you have been at home!

 

Please complete your Learning Journeys for Terms 5 and 6 - see attachment below.

 

 

Joke of the Day: What do bears wear on their feet?  Nothing!  They have bare feet!  (Another homophone for our chart - bear/bare)

 

Maths Word problem:  I have 22 children in my class - how many sweets will I need if I give them two each?

 

Target word: Can you make a word out of this anagram?  MUSERM  How many smaller words can you make from the letters?

 

You might like to take part in this wildlife census: dailymail.co.uk/wildlifecensus    Print off the survey and tick off the creatures you have seen in your garden.  Then transfer the results to the online form;  you have until the 19th July to complete the online form.

 

This looks very interesting:

 

https://festivalofcuriosity.ie/programme/?utm_source=ActiveCampaign&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Want+to+Discover+Free+Events+for+Families%3F&utm_campaign=Festival+of+Curiosity+2020

 

If you love dinosaurs, this is the site for you!

https://bpes.bp.com/dinosaur-detective

 

Check out Reading Eggs for lots of resources

https://readingeggs.co.uk/free-resources/#resources

 

Can't wait to see you!

 

Lots of love,

 

Mrs. Ferguson x

 

 


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