It's been 2 whole weeks since we saw each other last and I am really sorry I didn't get the chance to say goodbye properly :( I hope you are all well and not missing coming to school too much. I never thought I'd miss the noisy classroom we have, but I do very much.
I hope you are enjoying completing your home learning and doing other things with your families. Since school has been closed, I have been spending all my time with my Mia, which has been lovely. She is a little ball of energy and I am more tired now at the end of the day than I was teaching you! I have also been catching up on all my jobs at home: my house has never been so tidy! I have also been keeping my mind busy by completing some jigsaw puzzles and colouring.
I look forward to seeing you all again soon. In the meantime, stay home, try to get some exercise if you can, be kind and think of how difficult this is for everyone so be good at home!
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Miss Jones and Mrs Houghton
World Book Day - 5th March 2020
Today in numeracy, we used our mathematical knowledge to solve calculations. These calculations were answers to questions Miss Jones had asked us.
Do you know how many weeks are in a year? How many days are in a leap year? What a millennium is?
After solving the calculations, we had a quiz, testing our knowledge on days, weeks, months, years and time facts.
Where have all the puddles gone?
Today, we have a visitor in from Kingfisher Education who works alongside United Utilities to complete a workshop all about water.
Boring? We think not! We had a fantastic morning and have gained so much knowledge about uses of water, safety hints and tips and made our own Promise to help save water!
The main ani message we have taken away is how lucky we are to have fresh, clean, running water whenever we want it, unlike millions of people around the world.
Parent Celebration 13th February 2020
As our end of topic celebration, Parents came in today to see how amazing 4J were at building and testing circuits. Miss Jones allowed the children to become the teachers and showcase their super scientific skills!
Feedback from parents and carers were very positive and a brilliant time was had by all.
Below are some comments from parents telling us what we have done well:
"My child has enjoyed showing me practical use of the circuits she has been learning about."
"Providing a practical exercise that all children can get involved in."
"I really enjoyed watching Holly show me the subject she been working on for the past few weeks - she has been really looking forward to it and always enjoys parent celebrations."
"Thank you, I've absolutely loved it. I've loved the communication between teachers and pupils in guiding the lesson of electricity."
"The enjoyment of the children when parents attend the parents celebration. It gives me chance to see what my child has been doing during school."
Once again, a big thank you to all the parents and carers that could attend our session. We hope to see you in school again very soon.
Miss Jones :)
This week the children in 4J had a fantastic time, when The Mad Scientist came into school to teach the children about electricity.