Term 5 Week 2 Planning
Monday 27th April 2020
Dear Archie, Eva, Harriet, Starr, Georgi, Evie W, Ben, Evie C, Troy, Mollie, Dylan, Henry, Kealey, Alice, Jake, James, Lily, Ella, Emmie, Edie, Monty, Louie, Cameron, Charlie, Nicole, Jack and Leo! (and all your new teachers!)
I hope that you all had a great week last week and managed to do some of the activities that I prepared for you. If you didn’t, then don’t worry! I did try to make them fun and interesting so that they wouldn’t be too boring!
I have regularly seen lots of your brilliant work on the PTFA Facebook page as well as some wonderful outfits, cool hairstyles and VERY energetic workout sessions! You have all been so busy in the way that you are managing your time, not only to do written schoolwork, but to being really creative in other areas too like – cooking, art, design and simply keeping yourselves occupied and active! You are certainly making Mrs Cursons work very hard herself with having to sort all of the raffle tickets out every day for everybody!
Once again, I have prepared some Literacy and Numeracy activities for you to do each day. Each one has the similar format where you can choose which task you feel comfortable to complete. There is also lots of new ‘stuff’ that Mr Sanders is constantly putting on the school website page for you to do.
The most important thing to remember is not to get stressed or worried about anything because this will just cause you unnecessary anxiety. Your new teachers know you well enough to understand when it all gets a ‘bit too much’ for you – just as your old teachers at Chislet do – so ‘simply do your best!’ That’s all we ask from you!
I have been texting, ‘Facetiming’ and ‘Zooming’ with my family every day to catch up with what they are all doing. My granddaughter Ivy (who is now 2 years and 4 months old) is currently ‘potty training’ (we’ve all had to do that!) and she was so excited to show me her first ‘number two’ which she did on her Peppa Pig potty while we were Zooming on Wednesday evening! So luckily I am still managing to experience those very precious ‘first milestones’ of my grandchildren with the aid of technology! Her baby brother Ash, who was born on the last day of 2019, now has teeth and is almost rolling around on his own!
I bet you have all changed so much too! I am so looking forward to seeing you again! Hopefully it won’t be too much longer before we can return to school.
Be Good, Stay Safe and look after each other! Love Mrs Tuttx x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x (one each!)