Hi my Super Sharks!
I hope you are all well, safe and enjoying the lovely sunshine. I have missed coming in everyday to teach all you lovely sharks. However, I’ve been really impressed with how hard you have been working with home learning activities, exercising with your families and creating memories with your loved ones. Some of you have also been very responsible at home and helping with jobs around the house; it really shows how responsible and reliable you are as Year 6.
It’s been the month of Ramadan for me, which is where Muslims fast (where they do not eat or drink) from dawn till sunset. I remember last year some of you would try to work out how many hours I would go without food and drink. Recently I have been fasting from about 3:00am till nearly 9pm! I wonder how many Year 6 mathematicians can work out how many hours I roughly fast every day… I will be celebrating the end of Ramadan this weekend though, so will be eating lots of delicious foods, chocolates and cake to celebrate!
Remember, that every week, there are home learning tasks uploaded onto our class page section. It’s great to see some of you have been sending me work you are proud of. It’s also fab to see other fun activities you have been up to, such as cooking and gardening. As I have regularly been checking Mathletics and Reading Eggspress, I have noticed that some of you have engaged in many of the activities set and this is evident through the certificates and reading eggs gained. Keep it up! If you have any difficulties with these, then I can try to support you if you email: email@example.com. As we are in Key Stage 2, please make sure to click the ‘Reading Eggspress’ section, as the ‘Reading Eggs’ section is for Key Stage 1.
Mrs Williams sends her love and has sent this message:
“I have been very busy teaching my children and looking after the animals at Jeskyns. The animals are doing well and are loving the extra attention. The ducks, which we hatched at school, are now very big and noisy! They have new friends, who hatched around the same time, which have moved in with them too. I have been enjoying some lovely walks with my dog too. But most of all, I am enjoying spending time with my family. Hope you are all well. Can’t wait to see you all. Take care. Xx”
Stay safe and take care Sharks!
Miss Rob and Mrs Williams
P.S. Some fun activities you could do are in the picture below.
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23rd April 2020
Hi Year 6 Sharks!
I hope you are all well; I’m glad that you are all continuing in keeping safe.
I have missed coming into school every day and seeing eager Sharks ready to learn. Although we have not been able to see each other for some weeks now, it has been wonderful in seeing that some of you have been engaging with the home learning tasks. These are put up weekly on our class page section on our school website. I have already read some wonderful facts on our next topic – World War 2. Some of you have also tried your best to apply your Maths skills to the daily Maths tasks that have been set. Do send in work and pictures of work that you are proud of, as I enjoy seeing all your efforts.
Remember to login to your Reading Eggspress and Mathletics. I have noticed that a few of you have earned quite a few eggs on Reading Eggspress. There have also been some well-earned certificates on Mathletics too. Keep it up!
I’ll be listening out for all your Shark claps Thursday evening for the NHS staff, so make sure you’re all showing your appreciation with the upmost effort!
Catch up with you all soon,
Miss Rob and Mrs Williams