.A very short message from me this week. Firstly, thank you so much for your continued support during this period. The partial reopening of Greenfields has been really successful and that in part is thanks to you all. To those of you who continue to support your child at home and are fully engaging in online learning - THANK YOU. To those of you who are bringing your children to school daily and adhering completely to the new stringent staggered start and finishing times - THANK YOU.
And finally, I just wanted to signpost all of your child's Google Classroom and Tapestry where your child will receive an invitation to a Teams class meeting with their teacher. If you would like to opt your child out of the live meeting, please contact the school office to let them know and they will inform your child's class teacher. During the Teams meeting your child's class teacher will be reviewing the year with the class as well as letting them know who their teacher will be next year. We do hope that you can help your child be part of the conversation to aid a settled transition for them into their next year at Greenfields.
Take care and have a lovely weekend
Actions and Reactions
This week has been all about 'cause and effect' in the 2 Year Old room. The children have explored the many ways in which their movements and actions can cause a reaction or have an impact on the things around them. They watched how water can make the boats move faster down the water cascade and made marks with their hands in flour. They finished the week by enjoying scrumptious ice lollies in the nursery garden.
This Week's Stars Are:
- Michaela from Ladybirds
- Leila from Busy Bees
- Harry from Dragonflies
- John B from Happy Hyenas
- Sinem from Terrific Tigers
- Ameliah from Excellent Elephants
- Oliver from Smart Snakes
- Charlotte K from Cheeky Monkeys
- Eryn from Marvellous Meerkats
- Maryam from Powerful Panthers
- Sharna from Remarkable Rhinos
- Simge from Champion Cheetahs
- Alex from Super Sharks
- Kyle B from Proud Lions
- Raven from Soaring Eagles.
Year 1 in the Garden
In Science this week, Year One planted their very own seeds! The children are hoping to grow cress and broad beans and they will water them every day!
Golden Eggs in the Classroom
Year One had an exciting start to their Tuesday morning this week as they found a golden egg in their classroom! They were unsure how it got there but think it may have been left by a dragon! This activity has prepared them to start their new English unit based on a defeat the monster tale called ‘George and the Dragon’.
Enjoying the Sunshine
Our amazing Year 6 bubbles are not only learning, but safely enjoying the sunshine in the shady areas of the school grounds and keeping socially distanced from one another.
Created with images by Tim Mossholder - "Wooden Star" • Myriams-Fotos - "beaded colour pencils underwater" • Russ McCabe - "untitled image" • Aleksandr Eremin - "Sunflowers field"