Thank you to those children who sent through some of their work from week two. I am amazed by what I have seen and the maturity, dedication and hard-work you are showing during this time - keep it up!
This is Emilie's persuassive advert for a cloud-maker - I love the illustration!
A wonderful advertisement for Paris - well done for including some geography!
Jacob's drawing of the Louvre museum and monument - you have been very precise!
Santino's drawing of the Eiffel Tower in Paris - I love the reflection and use of colour!
Enjoying the sunshine whilst creating art work inspired by French artist Henri Rousseau!
I love these Easter gardens by Carys, Amy and Santino - you have all shown such creativity and individuality.
Finally, above is a selection of work Matthew has completed whilst learning from home.
Children (and I'm sure some parents!) will be pleased to hear there are no 'official' home learning tasks during the two week Easter holiday. However, should you wish to keep yourself entertained, there are lots of great activities on the school website under 'Year 6 Home Learning Resources' - I think you will like the practical ideas in particular. Of course you can keep using Times Table Rock Stars, My Maths, Purple Mash and Accelerated Reader - it would be great if you could all be millionaire readers by the end of the month! Finally, the Mini Vinnies are running a competition - please see more details below:
I am sure you will eat many chocolate eggs throughout the course of the holiday (especially those who gave it up for Lent!), but remember to take a moment to think about the true meaning of Easter - the resurrection of Jesus after his crucifixion on Good Friday. I have attached PowerPoint presentations for your families to share some quiet time of prayer and reflection on each of the days of Holy Week. Maybe you could choose a different prayer leader each day and set up a prayer station in your house?
I hope you all have a well-deserved break. Enjoy spending quality time with your family in the sunshine that is forecast this weekend and into next week.
Take care and stay safe,