Thank you so very much Year 3 for the gorgeous card and very generous gift that I received from you all at the end of last term. Your words were very kind and meant the world to me. Even though it was only remotely, I thoroughly enjoyed teaching you and getting to know you. I would like to wish you all the best of luck in Year 4. Enjoy being back in School and seeing your friends and teachers. I sincerely hope that you have had a good rest and some fun over the Summer.
With love and the fondest of best wishes, Miss Muncey
Just a quick thank you from myself, Miss Muncey and Mrs Sigley. I couldn't bring myself to put a note on here yesterday (with all the emotions of such a strange end to the year) but am sure you will get to see this. I just wanted to say thank you for being such a wonderful class this year and for all the support and kind words from your families-it means a lot! You are a truly special bunch and it makes me feel humble to have had the time in person with you this year that I did manage to have. I am sure Miss Muncey will actually get to meet you in the flesh some day and that Mrs Sigley will see you around school or the village so do say hello. I will see you in September! I am sending love and virtual hugs to each and every one of you. Thank you for everything!
Please complete the task above so that we can get to know you better before September. You could pop it in an envelope and post it to school or email it to the office and they will pass it on to us.
Summer Reading Challenge
One of the most important things you can do over the summer in order to get yourself ready for year 4 is to READ. Read anything you can get your hands on – books, comics, newspapers, the back of the cereal box, you get the idea. If you need some new ideas for books there is a link to a great website below which gives you suggestions by age group or by genre and has some wonderful book suggestions. If you create a free account you can also read extracts of the books to get an idea of which ones you may like. I signed up for an account and it took about 2 minutes to do. We are definitely going to try out some of the books over the summer and we look forward to hearing all about what you have been reading too.
We would like to set you a reading challenge over the summer. Choose a book you have read and write a brief book review. This can just be a paragraph or two summarizing what happens in the book and whether you enjoyed it or not. We will award you a team point for every book review you hand in to us in September – let’s see how many you can complete.
Here is a copy of the updated answers for Maths as I had made a few errors. Remind me not to attempt to do these things with a four year-old in tow! I will be posting a video over the weekend so watch this space... Take care one and all and have a fabulous weekend!
I have been following some goslings and wanted to share my clips with you all just to make you smile. They have gone from tiny, fluffy creatures to much bigger birds with signs of becoming grown-ups in no time! Unfortunately we didn't capture how fast they waddled along to get food in the latest clip! Enjoy and I will post a video of me soon xxx
Please find above work for Maths and English for the next three days to work through.
Please note: Find below MANY clips of me reading some more chapters from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. These need to be listened to before completing Friday's task so if you wanted to, you can listen to them today. The main things you are listening for are what became of the characters. I am wearing my hat again to hide a multitude of hair sins! Take care all x
I have redone the first few calculations on the green sheet as they were more Y6 questions! Apologies if you have already tried to work them out but they have now been changed.
Remember the English task for today is on yesterday's explanation as today is a follow on from yesterday.