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Daily Messages

Friday 22nd May

Good morning Year 1,

Today is the last day of home learning for two weeks as it would usually be a school holiday! I think that I can hear you cheering! If you wish, you can still catch-up on any activities or visit BBC Bitesize. I would like you to spend lots of time doing fun things and remember to be kind to your family!

 

It was lovely to hear from Lyla yesterday who has lost her first tooth! Joel has made an amazing rainbow using fruit and vegetables. What a great idea!

 

It will be Isabel's birthday next Friday, so Happy Birthday from all your friends in Year 1. We all hope that you have a brilliant day!

 

Love from

Mrs Harris smiley

Thursday 21st May

Good morning Year 1,

I hope that today is going to be another sunny day. I think that I should have made our poetry work all about sunny weather instead of rainy!

Have you completed your special 'Joy of Moving' sports festival day? We are hoping to have ours on Friday. Don't forget to send in your photos!

Enjoy the sunshine,

Love from 

Mrs Harris

 

Wednesday 20th May

Good Morning Year 1,

As you know, this week I am in school and it is very quiet without you all when I pop into our classroom. Hopefully this won't be for too much longer! 

There is another birthday in Year 1 this week, so let us all wish Jack a very Happy Birthday. We hope that you have lots of fun on your very special day!

Love from 

Mrs Harris

Tuesday 19th May 

Good Morning Year 1,

Hopefully today is going to be a sunny day! You might like to start by doing our 'Wake Up Shake Up' - 'Shake Your Sillies out!'  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwT5oX_mqS0

 

Happy Birthday to Keira today from all your friends in Year 1! We have that you have a wonderful day with lots of fun!

 

Love from Mrs Harris

Monday 18th May

Good Morning Year 1,

I hear so many wonderful messages about how hard you are working! I know that it can be hard to do your school work at home, but do keep trying. We often joke together in class about my invisible 'I like to help' badge! Remember that you parents are trying to help you and they also have these invisible badges! Hopefully it won't be too long before we all get back together again. Be patient just a little while longer and keep thinking about our school values.

Have a happy Monday,

Love from 

Mrs Harris

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