A Message from your teacher….week 14
Dear children and parents,
Can I start by saying thank you for my wonderful birthday messages, starting with the card which I picked up as I left school on Friday (thank you Laina). On Saturday when I read the email with all your messages, photographs and good wishes, it made me cry very happy tears.
I had a lovely birthday weekend pretending I was at Glastonbury (I should have been watching Diana Ross!)
You all look like you have been busy once again And enjoying the sunshine. Today is very rainy but I am reading the last of your reports which is making me smile. Well done all of you.
Oscar you look like you have had an amazing time the camping and the bacon butties look fabulous – drinking the fizzy water not so fabulous.
Jess your 9th birthday and a cookery book. I’m not surprised! You have cooked lots during lockdown.
Elise, Bella and Robert – what a fabulous idea: a scavenger hunt. Well done Elise for organising it and ‘The Little Prince’ is one of my favourite books of all time too.
Euan and Cerys strawberry picking. It should be Wimbledon right now shouldn’t it? I would really like to try one of Cery’s cakes.
Hayley, Emily and Felicity – what a busy week! Riding without your stabilisers well done! I am jealous that you managed to do your 10,000 steps today. I am going to get myself a step tracker as I need to do some more, rather than sitting at my desk.
Daisy and Evie – you are always so busy. I’m amazed that you found gooseberries – did you eat them raw, or did you cook them?
Owen I’m really pleased you managed to work in granny’s garden for a change of scenery it does make all the difference and I’m glad you enjoyed reading your report.
Today the guidance was published for what we must do to make sure we are ready for everyone to come back in September.
We are all desperate to see you all back in school, by the end of next week I will be able to tell you all what September is going to look like and we are excited.
Hope you are too.
Love Mrs Murray
I do love a toasted marshmallow. Lots of you have been making lockdown lava lamps, they all look really groovy! I’ve never thought of using my glue gun on glitter, it looks fab, a bit like some sort of intergalactic space coral! ?
Who would have thought a trampoline would be so useful? It’s great that you’re all enjoying reading, You will be teaching Robert to love books without even realising! I love that you have your own little book review club Elise ?What a great idea? Although, I wonder if there is more giggling than book reviewing ?
It looks like Felicity is growing bigger every week. She is very lucky to have you two big sisters to help her ?? I do love the idea of painting your own plates, I bet you can’t wait to get them back and have some lovely home made cakes on them!
Wow, a badger skull! It’s bigger than I thought it was. You should have a go at drawing it too. Take your time and look really carefully! You definitely manage to unearth some wonderful finds, that is the biggest fungi I’ve ever seen ? congratulations on your cucumber harvest!
I can only imagine your report to have been glowing. Well done old chap ?So many bakes this week ? All the staff at school are available to take any unwanted slices of flapjack, cake, scones or sausage rolls off your hands. ? ?Take care. Stay safe .Love Mrs Jackson ?
from Mrs Houlton
Mrs Welton enjoyed her skip around Barnetby delivering the study packs and was especially excited this week to deliver, to you, your glowing report. In these past 14 weeks Owen, you have clearly demonstrated all that we have said in your report is true. Well done.
Carry on doing what you are doing Owen – work hard, play hard is the recipe to success.
Hoping to see you on the Yr6 Leavers Day, until then take care.
Mrs Emms, Mrs Welton and Mrs McTaggart.
Euan, I’m so impressed that you’ve learnt how to wire in fans- putting our electricity learning to good use I see. (I’m sure Dad was there to ensure you were completely safe!) What a treat to go strawberry picking! Did you eat some whilst you were collecting? So tempting though, isn’t it! I used to have a holiday job picking strawberries and I earned £1 for every six punnets I picked. Happy memories…
Oooh Cerys, baking again! I hope I get to try one of your cakes sometime soon, I bet they’re getting better every time! Strawberry picking must have been fun, I wonder whether you ate them on their own or with ice cream!
Evie it looks like you’re still keeping busy, I have been so impressed with the work you have been emailing me. I bet it is lovely being able to pick fruit and veg from your own garden, I wonder if you have been learning some new recipes to use your produce in. Keep smiling, climbing and exploring!
from Miss Sanderson
Oscar I am so happy to see that smile of yours! You just look like you are having the best time. The raisins was a tricky one but I hope you enjoyed your drink!
Hayley & Emily you girls are just so busy! I am always so impressed with everything you have got up to and I can’t wait to hear all about it when we are back in school.
From Mrs Revitt