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Obviously, I wasn't quite with it yesterday as I named Monday's Catch Ups as Tuesday's and also left off the photos. Let's hope today is a bit better.

From Wendy, Ellie and Ciaran's mum...
We've been really busy on our farm for the last few weeks. We started by adding a new fence line to create a separate paddock so we could separate our flock with those that are due to lamb early and those that are not. We also build a holding pen, sheep race, a chicken house and a duck house to hold our expanding bird collection. Last week was very eventful, our Beagle puppy Bella escaped 3 times between a gate and post that had worked its way lose before we found where she'd escaped from. Luckily she'd not gone far and we were able to get her before she was in danger. Finally, our highlight of the week was when we were out looking for Bella, Ellie spotted a white dot in the field, and as we got closer we discovered it was a lamb! One of our sheep had lambed 3 weeks earlier than expected, both mum and lamb are doing great. Here's a pic for you. Bella was also found safe and sound by Ciaran.We hope you are all keeping well and staying safe. Lots of love. The Rawdings Lovely to read about all the jobs the children have been helping with on the farm and how fantastic that the lamb has survived being born 3 weeks early — well spotted Ellie! I think some puppy training may be needed!

From Sam, Lauren, Sophie and Joshie's mum...
Hi all, hope you're all keeping well! We've been looking at 'the world' theme this week. We've got a giant colouring sheet of the globe to share and have enjoyed finding different places and points of interest. Joshie has been looking at a world map and found Paddington's Peru, Penguins in the South Pole and Polar bears in the North Pole! We have played our world brain box game, testing our knowledge and facts of different countries ( I do like my facts!) Also we have chosen some our favourite landmarks and built, modelled and drawn them. Then finished up by writing about them too. Take care, The Agnews x You've been busy again — I really do like your theme weeks! Colouring is very relaxing — what a lot you've got to do! Love the different ways you've presented your learning too. Well done, Lauren, Sophie and Joshie!

From Hayley, Esme's mum...
Hi.Today Esme has been learning about Stonehenge in her geography lesson Esme, you're a busy little girl and working very hard. Stonehenge is fascinating isn't it!

We have had our first day of rain for ages. I hope it hasn't dampened your positivity. Returning to one of my first 'catch up' posts — as Ollie reported to his mum...Mrs Cador says if it rains, put a coat on! A wet walk in wellies will give you different smells, sights, sounds as well as stretch your legs and give you 'new' things to notice and talk about. Enjoy — we're even forecast thunderstorms on Friday! Take care and stay safe. Bessa

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