Dear Year 4.
This is my last letter to you on the home learning page. You know that I have been proud of you all, all the way through this lock down. You know that your families are proud of you all. It has been an extraordinary time.
You have been: cooks, chefs, gardeners, athletes, cleaners, readers, writers, scientists, mathematicians, campers, historians, inventers, designers, artists, footballers, gymnasts, dancers, netballers, entertainers and many more...
Most of all, you have shown: creativity, resilience, integrity and collective responsibility. Keep up with your friendships at Springcroft and being an important member of your family.
Louis and Isobel are off to new schools next term. We wish them all the very best in their new schools, but they will always be part of our Springcroft family. Keep in touch. Your new schools will be lucky to have you.
Please send in your reviews, posters and letters and I will put them onto the home page, for over the summer. I look forward to seeing you all in September. Love and very best wishes from Mrs Currie.
Well Year 4, just eight more days left of the school term. What a year!
I hope that you are all looking forward to your summer break and hopefully some sort of a holiday with your family.
It is lovely to be seeing more of our families and friends as the measures of lock down are reduced. Please keep washing your hands and keeping a distance from people that are not in your bubble.
Most of us are feeling a bit anxious about going out and about, so talk to your family about your feelings. Discuss things that you are worried about as well as the things that you are looking forward to doing.
In September, we will be together for the first three mornings. In the afternoons, we will all spend time with our new teachers and classes. So you will have me in the mornings and Mr Hitchcock in the afternoons. We can catch up with each other and spend time together. Nobody need worry about school work that they have or haven't done. We can share our successes.
Everybody needs to concentrate on coming back to school, happy and rested and looking forward to the new school term. Remember our school values: Creativity, integrity, collective responsibility and resilience. You have all shown that you have these qualities. Best wishes from Mrs Currie
Good Morning Year 4.
I hope that you are all well and looking after your families. I hope that you have found some of the home learning ideas fun and that you have been inspired to work on your favourite things.
Keep up the exercising and helping prepare healthy food ( and some treats!) Keep up your personal reading.... where you can escape on adventures and to other places and meet new characters.
I think that you are all amazing and I know that your parents and families are so proud of you too.
Very best wishes from Mrs Currie
Hi Year 4.
I hope that you all got to bubble up with someone extra in your family this week. Keep in touch with family and friends that you cannot cuddle yet. You are all doing brilliantly at supporting your own families. We are so proud of you.
I know that it sounds like year 4 won't all be in before September. Don't worry, we will spend time together in September as you get used to going up to Year 5 and Mr Hitchcock.
Think about the good things that have come from the lockdown. Time with people at home, new projects, helping at home and lots of fun. If you are feeling worried or sad, then talk to someone and you will start to feel better. Don't forget to hug the people and pets that live with you. (Maybe not the goldfish!)
Love and best wishes from Mrs Currie.
Good Morning Year 4.
I hope that everyone is well and being kind to themselves and their families. I hope that you are sticking with your projects: whether that is reading, times tables rock stars, growing things, making your bed or caring for your pet. Try to watch Newsround and talk with your parents about the news. Try to keep in touch with your grandparents, friends and school because we all miss each other. love and very best wishes from Mrs Currie
Hi Year 4.
It was lovely to speak with you this week. Everybody said, "Hi" to everyone else and sends their best wishes and misses school. Well, they miss their friends and of course all being together (at school.)
Me, Mrs Hyland and Mr Firth all think that you are doing a great job looking after yourselves and your families.
We have been impressed with your creativity, your resilience, your integrity and the collective responsibility that you have shown in our community during lockdown.
Keep enjoying the good weather. Love from Mrs Currie.
P.S. If I didn't catch you on the phone last week, then I will try again this week.
Hi to all of the lovely year 4.
I hope that you are all well, taking care of yourselves and talking with your families. This week we are asking you all to think about looking after your mind and enter your ideas into a Hope competition with Mrs Gleave.
Also I am going to try and ring everyone, at some time this week, for a chat (not about school work) about you. Really looking forward to that. Enjoy the good weather. Love from Mrs Currie.
Good Morning Year 4.
Here are some ideas for home learning this week. I hope that you are having fun and learning, as well as keeping up talking with family and friends.
Please don't stress, when you hear parents talking, about coming back to school. Listen to and talk with your parents about your family's situation. Your parents will be making the right decision for you. We will all keep in touch where-ever you are.
I will continue to give you ideas on this page.
OH ALSO..... If you have read an activelearn book, then click on the bug picture to answer questions. This tells me that you have read the book. You could go back and this would test your comprehension.
Please keep e-mailing things that you wish to share. I am missing you all.
Love and best wishes from Mrs Currie
Hi Lewis, Evie and Casey.
Jacob, Alistair and Izzy Williams love your stories. Thank you for sharing. Be inspired to be creative year 4. Have fun with your ideas.
Dear Year 4,
Keep being creative, resilient and most of all working with your family and being kind . From Wednesday, you can take more exercise with your family, so enjoy the outdoors. Very best wishes and keep smiling, love from Mrs Currie
Hi Seth . Thank you for the beautiful letter that you sent to me at school. I have been in school this week and when I looked in my pigeon hole, it was a lovely treat. I think some of the other staff were a bit jealous.
My family are all well thank you and I am enjoying my dog walks. When all this is over, I'm sure you will really enjoy looking after Flossy and Lacey.
I know that the lovely Gordon family will be working together and having plenty of fun as well. Stay safe and best wishes from Mrs Currie.
Hi Year 4.
I think that you are all doing an amazing job and I am very proud of you all. Remember to be kind to yourself and of course all of your family including your pets. Magic gives a shout out to all your dogs and cats.
Enjoy the Easter holidays but remember to stay in and stay safe. Don't forget to Skype or facetime or ring your grandparents because they will be saving you chocolate eggs and they might decide to eat them!!
I hope that you are having fun with some of the ideas for home schooling. Do not worry if things are too hard. Try something else. We will sort it when this is all over. Remember to be creative and resilient. Love from Mrs Currie.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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