I was so unbelievably proud of the class for their beautiful reflection of The Last Supper on Tuesday. Thank you to all who attended to support the children.

Throughout the week we have been so touched by the various reflections that have taken place daily in school. We have been able to see that while the week started joyously on Palm Sunday, Jesus suffered great pain and sorrow in the following days. It has been humbling to watch.

Here is what we have been learning this week…

Maths - we have been placing fractions on a number line - tricky work indeed but the children persevered and worked hard.

English - we have had a grammar focus this week on the present perfect tense. We really had to use our growth mindsets for this as it is very challenging, but the children blew me away with how hard they worked to put their learning in to practice. Well done!

Science - we recapped the different parts of a flower and then discussed their different jobs.

R.E. - we thought about why we do certain things during Lent, for example making Lenten promises and using the colour purple in Church.

Art - we have started to make our Roman shields; and we also made some fabulous Easter cards and baskets!

We have all had a great week, but here are my award winners:

Maths - Hallie. For being a fractions superstar!

English - Jacob. For creating some great present perfect sentences.

Golden - Mia. For being a true disciple of Jesus in all she does.

I just want to take this opportunity to wish you all a happy and restful Easter. No homework; although I would like the children to keep up with their daily reading.

Thank you,

Miss Heim-Sarac

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AuthorCandice Heim-Sarac