Happy June everyone! (technically it's still May as I write this, but you'll all read it tomorrow, so it's fine)
It's a sad week for me, my last few days of being in the 20's - you all know how much I'm dreading the big 3-0 - I've been going on about it all year.
Did you all have a wonderful half term? I hope you all answered YES! Now I would normally ask you to sum up your half term in 3 words, but I can't hear your responses, sadly. Here's mine: cleaning, reading, sunshine. (Oh, and more BBQs...)
I hope you all had a wonderful week doing whatever it was you did, but I hope no one burnt in the sun! I went for a long walk in the wrong shoes and my feet are covered in blisters; blisters in places I didn't even know could blister. So I used it as a good excuse to put my feet up for a while and read some books.
We are again due some more wonderful weather this week and, as the lockdown rules have changed again, I hope this allows you the chance to see some missed faces (mine might be one of those soon - you're all SO lucky, I know). But whatever you do this week, enjoy yourselves, remember that Mrs Curtis and I miss you like crazy and we want you all to stay safe and keep smiling.
I just asked Mrs Curtis if she wants to add and she said, 'You can test your baking skills out on her when you return. And that she is thinking of you all, and it will be lovely to see you soon'. So if I were you, you'd better get baking.
Now onto the bit you love:
For Geography this week, I have added my task around deforestation in the Amazon Rainforest. TIP: you'll need to have done this task as it will link with my writing activities next week.
Science: I'm really struggling to find activities about Evolution that won't confuse you without being able to directly teach you myself. The work I have planned won't make any sense unless I deliver it. I've tried to change the task but I think it makes it more confusing. So for this week, and maybe the coming weeks, I have added some fun, do it at home, science investigations which will hopefully keep you entertained.
Maths I have added a range of different tasks/games to keep you busy. English I have based it around some open writing this week. Reading is still based on the 'Book of Hope'.
Please do not put yourself under any pressure to complete some of these tasks in one go. You'll know what's right for you and your family.
Look after yourselves my little cherubs! Enjoy your week and I will write to you next week as an OLD LADY
Take care, stay safe and miss you all lots!
Lots of love and hugs,
Miss Wildman xx
This year, the theme for our class names is artists and we picked Litchenstein who is one of the most famous artists of the 'Pop Art' movement.
We will regularly update this class page and we hope that you come back regularly to see what we've been up to.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to pop in and have a chat or get in touch with the office.
Home learning is set on a Wednesday and due back in the following Monday.
Our PE days are Monday (Indoor) and Wednesday (Outdoor). Please make sure your children have suitable clothes for the cold weather. All children must have a change of clothes for PE.
As you know, Year 6 will be going to Marwell Activity Centre in July 2020. We are all looking forward to the visit and would love every member of Litchenstein Class to come (see Miss Wildman or Mrs Curtis for more details).
If you have any questions, Miss Wildman and Mrs Curtis will be happy to help discuss these with you at the start or end of the day.