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A Message from Mrs Lees

Mrs Lees' Grand Canyon Challenge - update!

So many of you are asking about how far I am with my walking! Well, I am ahead of target and doing really well. I have walked 189.5km in 46 days, I am feeling great and my dog has lost some weight too! (The Vet said she was getting fat!) Over half term I plan to do double my daily distance, so I will be aiming for about 8km per day! Let’s see if I can get there for when we come back! Have a great half term holiday.

Mrs Lees

My virtual journey through the Grand Canyon

Happy New Year!

2022 is a new year and a fresh start. At the start of every year, we can reflect back on what we have experienced and been through over the last 365 days. 2021 was a challenging year, but we have made it through to the other side and can be excited about what the future holds.

Lockdowns were a very strange time, hopefully the time apart made everyone think about what they have and how much we take for granted.

My new year’s resolution is to walk 1500km in 2022, I have a medal app I will show you all in assembly! I walked a marathon in a week between boxing day and new year…and I got a medal!

So what do you want to achieve this year? How will you make it happen? Every single one of you can make changes and choices every day that will help you achieve your own goal; I look forward to hearing about your own challenges for 2022.

New Beginnings

We are back! A new year brings new challenges and new experiences. Hopefully COVID restrictions are behind us now and we can concentrate on learning!

We will remain careful in school but we will be able to have assemblies and trips again, we have missed these experiences and look forward to all of the exciting things we will be doing this year.

We will be having a huge school focus on reading in Autumn term. We can’t wait to share all of our new books with you all.

The end of the academic year

 

Dear children,

We have made it to the end of another challenging year. I am incredibly proud of you all for your effort and determination this year. You will see lots of people talking about “lost learning” on the television and yes, we have lost some learning time. However, you have all put so much effort in that your lost learning is not as much as the television keeps talking about.

You have gained new computing skills, developed new ways of working; you have developed independence and resilience in very difficult circumstances… these skills can’t be measured. These skills will allow you to close any gaps quickly next year and we are excited to see what next year brings.

Have a wonderful summer holiday: you deserve time outdoors and to be away from any screens!

The picture below I think sums up our year: dark and stormy clouds but with a beautiful ray of hope. All whilst standing on the top of a mountain you didn’t think you could climb: but you did! (One of our Year 6 children at Woodlands on the 5th July)

Love from

Mrs Lees

Lockdown memories!

One of our talented Year 6 Children has written a wonderful poem about Teachers. She wrote this based on her home learning task and wanted to share this with all of the staff. we are so proud of Jessica's effort working from home and we LOVE this poem.

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