Final farewell…

It is finally the end of your first year in the Junior school. Although this wasn’t the way any of us hoped or expected it to end, I hope you all enjoyed the time we had together in year 3! Mrs Attree and myself are so impressed by the resilience and independence you have shown while working at home and in school for those of you who have been in.

I wish you all the best of luck in year 4 and know you will have an amazing time with Miss Leete as your new teacher! Remember to show her how super you all are with your attitude to learning and knowledge.

I will still be around the school and look forward to giving you a smile and a wave when I see you, and I hope you will still come to chat to me at break times and around the school.

All that is left for me to say is to have a wonderful summer holiday, stay safe and I will see you (from a distance!) in September.

I am SO proud of you and will miss you LOTS!

Miss Duncan xx

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Summer holiday challenge

Happy last day of term!

As it is now the summer holidays, I won’t be posting on the blog as much. I would still love to get emails and hear from you all and I will do my best to share things when I can.

Here is your final challenge from me this year.

Go through the challenges and find one that you are going to try over the summer holidays. Let me know how you get on!

Miss Duncan 🙂 x

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Daily challenge 87 (21.7.20)

Today I would like to hear your favourite memory of the year. This could be in class or during home learning. Leave a comment below to share these.

Mine was seeing your smiley faces every morning and World Book Day when everyone dressed up.

Miss D x

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Daily challenge 86 (20.7.20)

Today I would like you to design a garden. This is completely up to you the shape, size and what goes in it!

13 STEPS TO A KID-FRIENDLY GARDEN ADULTS WILL LOVE TOO
I would love a slide in my garden!

Miss D x

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Where do all the teachers go?

‘Where do all the teachers go?’ by Peter Dixon
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Final Friday update

It was lovely to see so many of you in circle time yesterday! Our final circle time on teams will be Tuesday at 2pm. I look forward to hearing about your favourite memories of the year!

Kenai created this wonderful Kandinsky painting

Henry made some butterflies for the garden

Our final Rock Star for the year, and the most improved and the consistent is…

Lewis!

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Daily challenge 85 (17.7.20)

As the end of the (strange) school year approaches, I think it is time to thank your parents and the people at home. They have become your teachers during this school closure and it’s only right they get appreciation for this! Try making them a card or doing something nice like breakfast in bed for them to say thank you.

Thank You Rainbow Thank You Card Pack of Ten | Oliver Bonas


Miss D x

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Daily challenge 84 (16.7.20)

Today I would like you to listen to this piece of classical music and draw what you can imagine as you listen. We did this in music this year for ‘In the hall of the mountain king’ and you were brilliant!

Miss D x

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Daily challenge 83 (15.7.20)

Today I would like you to go on hunt with a difference – looking for colour. Try to find examples of each of these colours in nature!

Miss D x

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Daily challenge 82 (14.7.20)

Your challenge today is to rewrite a nursery rhyme. Using the structure or the rhyme, try to change the words to make it about something today!

Miss D x

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