This is the last week before what should have been our half term holiday. Please be aware of yours and the children's mental wellbeing. The end of this coming week is meant to be beautiful. Make the most of it. Enjoy the outdoors!
Remember there is no pressure from school in terms of home learning and if you think your child needs a break or a change of scenery for a few hours, feel free!
Any concerns at all then please email me!
‘Inspired by Attenborough’ on the Eden website (here) is a series of lessons and videos about the natural world. https://eden.uktv.co.uk/education/inspired-attenborough/
Look at lessons 1, 3, 4 and 6 as a little project.
Activities will include an encyclopaedia entry on a creature, a quiz about David Attenborough, creation of your own dangerous plant and the exploration of a habitat on your daily walk. Enjoy being creative! Don’t forget the pictures
Week 5 activities
VE Day stands for Victory in Europe Day which took place on Tuesday, May 8, 1945. This Friday marks 75 years since this remarkable day in our history. I want you to learn as much as you can about VE Day and what led to it. You can write diary of a soldier, newspaper articles explaining VE Day. YOU are completely in charge of your own learning this week!
I will attach some packs to help you including powerpoints and a few other things. Takes some pictures and show me what you get up to!
Your final task for this week is one of enjoyment. Being isolated at home isn't fun but exercise and your own wellbeing is important. Make the most of your time in the outdoors and walk / cycle / play games with your siblings. Forget about school work for a few hours. This time with our loved ones is very special. Make the most of it!
Miss you all,