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I hope that you have had a good week and a lovely weekend with your families. I hope you are all doing ok and not missing school too much! I cannot believe we are on week 9 of our home school activities but we are very proud of how hard you are all continuing to work. Well done everyone, keep trying your best!
The activities for this week have been uploaded to our class webpage under week 9. Remember to focus on reading, maths/times tables and spellings. I received an email from Epic Reading this week, to say that our class has now read 100 books! What an achievement – well done! I can also see that some of you have read the Maya books, which I assigned to you. I hope they are helping with our history topic. I have also added some books exploring the issue of racism as I am sure many of you will have seen the tragic events that have happened in America and how it has made the world think about the importance of treating everyone equally and fairly.
Thank- you for your emails and tweets, they really make us smile! Keep them coming. We love to hear from you and see what you have been working on!
Email address: Y5@strobertbellarmine.co.uk.
On Tuesday it is annual Empathy Day. Empathy means that you are able to understand and feel the emotions of others and it is what helps us to be kind and understanding to others. There are some fun activities for you try.
Also, in the extra activities section, there is an activity looking at the positives that have come from lockdown. Think about all the time you have been able to spend with your family, maybe you have been improving your fitness or you have learnt a new skill. Have a think, write them down and we would love to see them. If you would like to, you can email or tweet them using the addresses above.
Over the next few weeks I will try to phone all those not in school, just to say hello. I can’t wait to speak to you and hear all about what you have been up to!
Take care and keep smiling,
Mrs Devine and Mrs Rigby