Dear Clownfish Class,
It has been a real pleasure teaching all of you this year in Year One. I would like to say a very massive thank you to you all for making my first year at Singlewell a great one to remember. I was so glad to be your teacher and really loved watching you all learn and grow. I can’t believe the end of term is here and I have to say goodbye. You have all been such amazing stars twinkling in my life. I will cherish all the wonderful memories that we have shared. Try to work just as hard in Year Two as there is still so much to learn. The one thing I tried to teach you all, to last your whole life is to know that you are special.
I feel really sad to be letting you all go. It has been a wonderful new adventure to help you all learn and grow. I will miss you all greatly but know you will all do so well.
Love and best wishes
Miss Mills also misses you all lots and wishes you well in your new Year 2 class!
Monday 20th July: IT'S PARTY TIME!
At Singlewell, we usually celebrate the end of the school year with a class party. Unfortunately, we are unable to do this together as a class this year, however it doesn’t mean you can’t have a celebratory party of your own with family.
You have all continued to work incredibly hard, trying your best in this tricky time and we want you to know how proud we are of you all.
Below you will find a selection of ideas to help get your party started. We would love to see any photos you take so do email them over to your teacher!
Dear Clownfish Class and Parents,
It has been a great pleasure and delight to see all your lovely home learning over these weeks. You are all working so hard. Your parents are being such amazing teachers.
Just a few ideas to keep you busy during the half term. It would be a really good idea if you could research your favourite recipe; this could be your favourite cake or your favourite meal. Listen to the step by step instructions on how to make your cake or meal. Perhaps write your own set of instructions for your recipe.
For maths, we have been learning about fractions/division. You could count how many people you have in your home and share the cake or recipe equally between you.
Look around the house and choose your favourite game to play as a family. Remember to move your own piece as this will help with your counting.
Select your favourite construction at home. This could be Lego, Stickle Bricks or anything you can find and build a model of your choice. You can draw a design of your model once it has been built.
As you are home, you could also help you parents with chores. Maybe clean out your rooms (although I’m sure they are already really tidy!).
It might also be a lovely idea to think of someone in your family that you have been unable to see and write them a special letter. Your parents could then email your letter to your family member to show them that you are thinking of them.
Wishing you all a happy half term,
Miss Nedjat and Miss Mills
Please refer to the 'News' section of our website and then 'Letters' to complete our online survey as soon as possible. It has also been sent to you via the Smartschool app.
23rd April 2020
Dear Parents and Children,
I am missing you all greatly but it has been wonderful to see your wonderful photographs of your home learning. They have put a smile on my face daily and it is amazing to see your parents being such brilliant teachers. Glad that you are all keeping very safe and having a great time completing lots of learning at the same time. I have been listening out for your claps on a Thursday evening for all the wonderful NHS staff and the rainbows that you have been painting, chalking and drawing are amazing.
Keep up all your hard learning I am very proud of all of you.
P.S Miss Mills is also very pleased with you all.