Dear Children and your families,
What a treat for all the staff when we saw the work you’ve done and the activities and fun you’ve had since you’ve been at home! You won’t want to come back!! We have all loved looking at what you’ve been up to, the hard work, the Joe Wicks, the arty adventures, farming fun and having a peek inside your homes too.
We’re all looking forward to seeing more of your endeavours so keep them coming. We know that some days it has been hard to get on the internet so please don’t worry, that’s why we sent you your exercise books too!! If you can’t get online or you want an extra activity, we are also texting an optional daily challenge by text. If you want to take part, please do and send in results to the admin.kirmington address. The first challenge today is a self-portrait. I have asked the staff to have a go too.. . . . .this could be interesting.
Lots of love
Philippa: I am amazed how you have had time to do any school work when you have been looking after all those beautiful sheep!
Layla: What a good idea to go outside in the warm sunshine to do your art work.
Isla: You all look very happy in your new life on the farm. Great to see you are frying the bacon for the family Isla!
Elodie: You look like you have been super busy learning all sort of exciting things. I can’t wait for you to show me your work.
And to my year one child, I like your dressing up outfit and can see that you have had a super nature walk with all your family.
From Miss Somerscales
Great work Beatrice and Philippa! Those sheep are lucky to have you! Love seeing your pictures.
Wow Ella! You have been so busy. Loving all the creative ideas. Keep the fab pictures coming!
Fabulous Sophia – loving the new pet! I have been playing with the Google AR animals too – Oliver had a wolf playing PS4 with him and Mr Smith had a real tiger on his lap. Keep up the good work and make sure you keep Henry working too!
You look so busy Bethany! I hope you are not missing school too much – we know how much you love learning. Keep the pictures coming.
That bacon looks delicious Isla!
Fab work Finn and Fred – great to see you both working hard together! I am looking forward to hearing about the history of Stock cars when we get back to school. Keep up the good work and keep the pictures coming.
Brilliant Charlie and Elliot! That’s Charlie – head in a book! And did I spot a pencil in your hand too, Charlie? Good effort! Love seeing your pictures.
Fabulous girls! There’s a surprise…a project on horses Eleanor – can’t wait to see it when we get back to school. And Camilla, is Joe Wicks better than Running Club?!! That last photo has made me hungry – looks delicious!
Well done Laina and Jodie-Mae. It’s great that you are enjoying your work even from home! Keep the pictures and messages coming!
from Mrs Smith
Hi Adelaide, it looks like your having a lot of fun in your new home, lots of walking in the fields and wow, a pony too, has it got a name? Isla cooking bacon, that looks really yummy, a very grown up job indeed helping to cook 👩🍳.
My word Elliott you’re doing so well with writing your name, you’ll be a super wizz with all your practising, well done. I see you and Charlie have planted some seeds too and practising your hockey on roller skates, you are keeping busy, well done Mum and Dad 😀.
Hello girls, it looks like your doing lots of activities at home. Arabella you look like you’re working really hard joining your sisters with your exercises, the pretty play dough looks fun with all the jewels. Mmmm the rhubarb tart looks amazing, l could just eat a piece of that with my coffee☕️.
from Mrs Pollard