What a busy week it has been.
We are very proud of our year 6s having completed their art project for the Trust’s Festival of Hope. Unfortunately, I have sent it off to the exhibition without taking any photos but we shall display it prominently in our school when it comes back. It certainly has strong visual impact, portraying the many positive impacts that we can have on our environment. (I took some picture though! - Ed)
On Tuesday, all the children sang their hearts out for the recording of the Festival of Hope song too. We are really looking forward to the end results of both projects and to be able to see the results of the collaboration between all the Trust schools.
Wednesday brought Chagford book day with it and the costumes were absolutely tremendous and thoroughly enjoyed by all. The Bookery brought a super selection of books which were enthusiastically delved into by the children and I’m looking forward to some reviews as they are read.
In Maths, we have just about come to the end of our unit on Measures and shall be moving on to Ratio.
In English, the focus of our next piece is the development of character in fiction. It would be really good to discuss how characters in your child’s reading book have had personality developed for them. You might also like to think about the characters of Harry, Dudley, Aunt Petunia and Uncle Vernon in ‘Harry Potter’: what are their personalities like, what sort of body language do they have and how do they speak?
Have a great weekend.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.