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Wet Yet Wonderful

Even though the week has been very wet, with the most incredible thunder storm too, children learning at home and at school have been wonderful. We have welcomed more children into school and they are all working in their special 'bubbles' to keep themselves and others safe. Some of our Reception children made the most of a dry moment to have a brilliant time planting in the gardens. A few more voices can be heard across school and lovely laughter too. We know that at home you are working and playing and having fun just like in school. We all really enjoy sharing these special times with messages and photographs. It is brilliant to see children cooking, painting, planting and creating. Time in the garden and a paddle in the river look especially fun. We have seen mask making and puzzles and books with fantastic stories and exciting mathematics. Well done everyone. 

If you would like to share the learning adventures of the children, photographs can be found in Class Pages on the website where you have to go to the Home Learning Section and find the rainbow. It is a lovely way to stay in touch, not only with your class but your friends across the school. 

Hope seems a really important value for us all at the moment so don't forget there are some lovely ideas that link with many of our school Values on the website too. Just incase you have not found them yet have a look in the 'Looking After Ourselves' section. Please do look after yourselves and each other. Thank you everyone.