Happy New Year Citrine Class!!
This is not the way we wanted to start the New Year but we hope that we will be back together very soon in our brand new classroom. We are very excited about our new room as it has it's own outdoor space and we have a much larger space and brand new equipment and furniture.
For the time being, we all have to get back into the swing of remote learning but we have the best topic ever to cover this term as we are learning all about chocolate! Yes, what an amazing subject and we think you will be amazed at what we will be finding out this half-term. We have found some really fantastic lessons to share with you online and we really hope you will have lots of fun learning about all the different aspects of chocolate that we plan to cover.
We will also have a daily class meeting on Microsoft Teams which will appear in the calendar - it would be lovely to see as many of you joining us as possible.
We do understand that home learning is not easy and that it may not be possible for you to complete everything everyday. Just do your very best and try wherever possible to have a go at the English and Maths lessons as a minimum every day. It's also essential that you all keep up with your times tables knowledge and skills and practice getting faster and more accurate. We have got lots of games and activities below and on Microsoft Teams that we know you will enjoy.
If you do manage to do some work please hand it in on Microsoft Teams using the ‘hand in’ function. Please do not use the ‘posts’ section to hand in work. This should be kept clear for messages between teachers and pupils. If work is ‘handed in’ on the posts tab it is public and the work and the feedback can be seen by everyone. We will comment on every piece of work that is handed in via the 'hand in' function.
As always, please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns via the class email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or on the posts tab in Teams for more general queries.
Once again thank you for your continued support and we hope to be back in class as soon as possible.
Mrs Douglas, Mrs Smith, Mr Roman and Miss Joyce