As part of our learning about Remembrance Day, each child wrote a message or drew a picture on the back of a poppy. The messages reflected what they would like to tell a soldier who had served in a war. We are so very proud of the children as their messages were heartfelt and reflective. There was a lot of love for our servicemen and women. The poppies were used to decorate the doorway to each classroom. Each class also made a poppy wreath, which was laid remembrance during the Remembrance Day assembly (we were physically apart in classrooms but came together on Zoom).
A lovely video to share with your children... From Faber Children's Books
Oxford Owl Website Guides
Please find below some handy 'how-to' guides to help you to access the Oxford Owl reading website at home. Miss Khan has very kindly put these together, and has produced 2 separate documents showing how to access from a laptop or a tablet/mobile phone. Remember - keep reading!!
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