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I was completely blown away by the classes pyramids! I love how different they all are, well done Ospreys!
It’s been yet another week of fab learning! The children have made lots of salt dough for their cartouches with their names on and then to make their very own fossils! Our mummifying of tomatoes and apples was extremely interesting and the children loved learning about the process of mummification.
Another amazing week of home learning! Thank you to you all for your hard work, keep it up! My highlight of the week was the live mummification lesson! Although, I do really love limericks too…
Watch Luchi’s limerick by clicking the link below:
Hello everyone! Just thought I’d share a quick update of our lock down marathon.
So far our class has walked or ran 241.35 kilometres (that’s nearly 150 miles!). To put it into perspective, that’s the distance from Stroud to Plymouth! Amazing work!
Our class leader board currently looks like this:
In first place with the highest total number of kilometres is Luchi with 37.80km!
2nd place is Isidore with 33.46 km!
3rd place is Keaton with 28.09km!
Massive well done to those three, everyone else please make sure that you send me a weekly total of miles ran or walked.
Have a lovely weekend!
The children loved creating their masks! Miss Richardson and I are looking forward to seeing what you’ve created at home!
We hope to see lots of you taking part!
Good morning Ospreys!
Today’s work for remote learning is now on Teams, if you have any problems then please email.
The Ospreys have had an absolutely fabulous week. They have been learning about the positives and negatives of the internet, playing netball and enjoying Forest School. Congratulations to those children who moved up on their maths passports, keep up the good work!
The spellings to learn and maths passports to complete are on Microsoft Teams. Please let me know if you have any issues logging in/finding the work.