We are the Chinese Dragons!
Hello, my name is Miss Cairns and I am extremely proud to be the teacher of this amazing class.
I hope everyone is staying safe and well. I am missing you all and hope to see you soon.
Please find some additional activities to complete if you have completed your Home Learning Pack.
Home Learning - A Series of Unfortunate Events
Listen to me read the rest of the book we had been reading in class. Follow the Link below and access through the Video Blog.
The next book in the series is called The Reptile Room!
Why not have a go at writing your own story about the reptile room.
Who will be in your story?
What will happen?
Will Count Olaf RETURN?
Home Learning - Weather Art
Using resources you have at home, create a piece of weather art. You could use chalk outside, paint, coloured pencils, felt tips etc.
This could be an image of weather e.g. tsunami, thunder and lightning..
Look through the pictures for inspiration:
As part of our English topic, we planned and wrote letters to our parents as a Christmas treat. We addressed the envelopes and then posted them in our nearest postbox.
For most children this was their first experience of addressing an envelope, putting a stamp on it and posting it.
Our topic this term is the Ancient Greeks. We have explored life in these times comparing the lives of the rich and poor.
During Fitness Week, we participated in the Daily Mile even Miss Cairns completed it!
We also danced for 30 minutes, completed a training circuit and had a hop/star jump challenge. The winner in Chinese Dragons with 140 hops was Chloe! Well done!
During our French Day, we visited places in France finding out about landmarks, culture and food. We drew portraits in Paris, ate crepes on the River Seine and danced to French songs in Cannes!
Mr Andrews, who is fluent in French, read us the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar in French.
In our class, we practised and performed our class assembly based on the story of Chinese New Year.
We were all dragons! Some children acted as the Emperor and animals. Some children were the narrators. All of them performed in the assembly!
I was extremely proud of every single person as many felt nervous.