CLASS 2, YOU ARE AMAZING!! A HUGE well done for making it to the summer holidays and for a fantastic year, even though things have been a bit different.
You may choose still to complete the maths and literacy, which has been uploaded as normal. The topic ideas and projects are also still on the website if you fancy some fun little extras. This week we ask that you complete the below transition activities to help you prepare for September. Please make sure you send these to myself or Mrs Price so that we can get them to Mr Beale (or me!) in preparation for returning to school.
Don't forget to keep reading this week and over the summer too!
See below some extra bits you might like to try this week...
French Week This week is French week. Have a look at some of these fun activities to join in with the French celebrations for Bastille day. https://www.thebritishschool.co.uk/final-week-french-week/
Soap carving https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y17RweezGi8
Grow a Rainbow challenge (download document below)
Tie-dye with Tumeric! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h7HBdjMLEuM
100 ideas to do at home. Whilst aimed at KS1 as well as KS2, you might find some fun activities to keep you busy! (download document below)
Read, read, read! You could visit the library and don't forget to sign up for the Summer Reading Challenge or enrol online. Go to https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/ to find out more.
Mrs Smith and I have also created a Summer Reading Trail around Wotton for you to complete over the summer so keep your eyes peeled for more information about this throughout this week!
I am going to miss you SO much but have loved working with each and every single one of you this year. You have made me so proud and we have had such fun together- if only we had the whole year! Have a fantastic summer all of you :) Keep smiling and keep shining!
Miss K and Mrs J x
Last week was School Diversity Week and this week it is Children’s Art Week so we thought we would celebrate the two together. Your topic work is based on diversity, similarities and differences. Remember it is these differences that make us all so special! As well as your self-portrait art work it would be amazing if you could create your own piece of art work to show what diversity means to you or what you have found out this week. We have added some play dough mats and a recipe for non-cook play dough that you could make at home! You could also make a ‘guess who’ style game and add your own characters – make sure they are all different so the game isn’t too easy. There is a template to write a poem on what makes you special and one to compare yourself to one of your friends, we don’t always like the same things and that is okay! We have also added a link to the song ‘I Have a Song to Sing’ which you might remember from our assemblies.
Parents - We know that talking to your children about these subjects can sometimes be difficult so we have also added a link below to the Unicef website where there is some great advice for parents on how to talk about diversity and racism.