R Charlesworth: October 2020
What an awesome week- so many great things, I just don't know where to start! 100% attendance- well done guys. The most team points collected in school, another well done and an epic 'Tudor- off' at the end of the day which, after half an hour of battling, saw two girls battle it out to win the Tudor crown! The whole classed wowed me with their enthusiasm and knowledge, well done guys.
This week we have also learned more about some key Tudor figures; Thomas Cromwell, Thomas Wolsey and Thomas Howard. The children were so engaged in this learning and were amazed at the information they discovered- if you get the chance, ask them about these men- They will surprise you with what they know! We have also been looking at Fountains Abbey, learning about the Abbey itself, the dissolution of the monasteries and The Reformation.
We have also been busy on the laptops, learning some basic skills such as making folders, saving work to shared drives and using some short cuts to make their work easier and faster.
In our assembly Noah shared his 'Recommend A Read'; Moondial. We celebrated our achieve awards , listened to our friends tell us about their week and shared our news.
Base 4, what a lovely week we have shared together- thank you.
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