‘Nurturing Individual Excellence’

What have you been doing today?

Date: 23rd Mar 2020 @ 1:21pm

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Bo R wrote:

I have been doing craft time,geography,English(comprehension) and maths today.It has been quite fun.Also,i will be making my own timetable so i know what lessons i'm doing throughout the week.

Mrs Rogers wrote:

That's a really good idea Bo. I'm glad to hear it's been quite fun too. I wonder what crafts you have been doing?

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Mrs Hilditch and Rachel wrote:

I got up at 6.30am, bright and early, I have balanced my bank accounts, paid all my suppliers (the people that we buy things from), replied to a few emails, sent out the school newsletter and done my exercises with Rachel (we are going to do them everyday). Rachel has played on Animal Crossing and is now doing some job applications forms for next year.

Mrs Rogers wrote:

What a very busy day you've had Mrs Hilditch!

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Lauren R wrote:

I did PE with Joe this morning. Then I did our arithmetic: Division and some times tables. I learnt about riddles and did some spellings. In art time I made my neighbour a happy birthday poster and showed it to her through the window. In the afternoon I learnt how to do my name in sign language and had some quiet reading time.

Mrs Rogers wrote:

What a lovely thing to do for your neighbour Lauren, I am sure they really appreciated it.

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Matthew R wrote:

I did PE with Joe this morning. I then practiced counting and writing/ painting the numbers 0-10. I learnt about shapes and went on a shape hunt around the house. In art time I made a happy birthday poster for my neighbour and showed it to her from the window. I practiced saying and writing my 'f' sound. I read a story and did all of my key-ring words.

Mrs Rogers wrote:

What a kind thing to do for you neighbour Matthew. It sounds like you are keeping busy. What a superstar you are!

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Sophia wrote:

I had fun doing P.E with Joe, reading stories, practicing writing numbers and adding, as well as completing a phonics book and fun in the garden running, football and hide and seek, I helped to make dinner too mashing the potatoes.

Mrs Rogers wrote:

Phew Sophia! That was really helpful mashing the potatoes. What a lot of things you have been doing. It was great to see your photographs too. What a star!

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Bo R wrote:

Today i am going to play in the garden with my grandad playing football ,doing yoga and playing on my trampoline.Also, i will be going on Scratch doing maths and English.I will be doing some art related to Henri Matisse a world famous artist and i will be making dinner with my mum.

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Lissie P wrote:

I have done funky fingers, PE with Joe, read write Inc phonics lessons speed sounds set 1, numberblocks, number ordering & sequencing, made noodles for lunch, watered the flowers, went on the trampoline, drew on the whiteboard, practised my handwriting, planted a unicorn garden, rode my scooter, hula hooped, re-read the gingerbread man and made a story map using my toys.

Mrs Rogers wrote:

It's lovely to read your comments and hear about all the wonderful things you have been doing to keep busy. Everyone is doing really well. We are very proud of you all!

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Charlie W wrote:

Today I have completed Halloween Cosmic Yoga, Phonics ‘i’ and ‘oo’, Nerf phonics, I spy and add to 10, handwriting practise and played basketball in the garden. After lunch we watched a video about the story of Easter, created a palm tree using handprints and went for a walk/bike ride and collected pinecones. I’m now relaxing playing Minecraft waiting for my tea :)

Mrs Rogers wrote:

Phew Charlie! What a busy day you've had! I'm worn out just reading it all! Well done for cramming so much into your day.

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Henry wrote:

Hi Mrs Rogers, Mrs Thompon and Mrs Woodcock,

I have been super busy this week!

I've done lot's of reading, phonics, writing and maths!

Do you like my photos?

Have a nice Easter.

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Henry wrote:

Today Henry has planted some beans with Daddy for the seed project. He's put them in a jam jar with some kitchen roll so we can see them sprout! (Hope it works!)

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Henry wrote:

We had a lovely week last week and really enjoyed our walk looking for Dandelions! We have also ben practicing our writing!

Henry

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Henry wrote:

Henry really enjoyed doing his rain dance and thought it was great that it worked!

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