Well, this week is the last week of the whole school year and what a weird year it has been.
COVID 19 has been something that has challenged us all in one way or another at different points. Like I have said before you have all been HEROES with coping witch such big changes, whilst also producing high quality work. I have attached a 'A to Z of Wellbeing' for you to think about what you will need as the lockdown begins to relax to make sure you are mentally looking after yourself. I have also attached a 30 challenge activity pack further down this blog to keep you busy and positive during the summer holidays!
Parents if you are interested in this for your child either print off from the link below or contact the school for a pack.
Ruth and I were reflecting on the lock-down on Friday during the keyworkers children circle time and we both said how grateful we our for the little things and how we will never take simple things for granted. What are you more grateful for now? We can talk about this more in September!
The reason I have used the photo above is because normally at the end of the year, it is the children who will make cards or tell their teachers 'thank you' for their hardwork. However, I wanted to use this opportunity to say THANK YOU to YOU because each one of you have touched all of the teachers lives throughout this year. We really appreciate you all showing rights respecting behaviour, and being so kind to eachother.
We appreciate how you use your growth mindset to complete the work and make teaching such a joy for all of us. We appreciate how you smile and ask us how we are feeling, make us wonderful cards, trust us with your worries and fears and make us feel so proud.
So THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANKYOU!!
I will wrap this up now, but please all remember to have a safe, restful summer holiday.
We cannot wait to hopefully see you all in September!
Keep being the stars that you all are!
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