R Charlesworth: July 2018
Well, what a fantastic week we have had. The Wrenbury walk, relaxing yoga, trips to the doctor's, high challenge work-outs, first aid training, meditation, biomes and and bio-domes — phew, what a wonderful week! Oh, and don't forget swimming! We have worked so well as a team this week, really embracing every activity and putting in our best and, because of this, the work and learning you have done is simply fabulous!
We have learnt about biomes; what they are and where they are across the globe. We created fantastic posters which explain these so very well. The children really engaged with this and produced some wonderful, creative pieces of work . We then looked closer and explored ecosystems; what are they, what do they mean? We then created our own mini ecosystems; bio-domes! The children were simply buzzing; creating and making their own, special ecosystems — I have to admit the addition of creepy-crawlies did make me squirm a little bit!
Base 4, I have had a wonderful week with you all and have to say that, watching you all work so hard at the end of the week during your swimming today, I felt very privileged to be your teacher. You really have all come so far and should be very proud of your achievements- you are a pleasure to be with.
Have a great weekend and I hope to see you at the school fair tomorrow.
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