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Here are today's lovely catch ups...enjoy!
From Jo, Louisa-Rose's mum...
Hi Bessa, I hope everyone is well. We are learning about VE Day this week, I printed the learning pack from Twinkl and we are busy making bunting today. Louisa is missing school very much, and even put her uniform on the other day. Keep safe everyone. X I think we're all looking forward to a time when we are all back in school together. Hopefully it won't be too long. Louisa-Rose, your bunting for VE Day will look great — just like Fraser and April's. I wonder what you've found out about VE Day?

From Amy, Alfie's mum...
Good Morning Bessa, Alfie has had a busy week of learning so far. We are enjoying the nice weather and getting lots of sun and fresh air. Today we are learning about states of matter and the difference between solids, liquids and gases. We have been looking at things inside and outside and trying to identify what state they are in. We are also looking at how things change from one state to another. We went for a long walk in the village on Sunday. We spotted lots of birds and plants on our walk and Dad taught Alfie how a sundial works. We hope everyone is keeping well and keeping their bodies and minds active! Active minds and bodies — that's what we're aiming for! The walks around Wrenbury are lovely, aren't they, Alfie? We're really lucky to have the canal through the village and the fantastic cantilever bridges! You've been doing some great learning, too, Alfie. Well done (and to dad for his teaching talk when out and about with you!). We can learn anywhere!

From Sam, Sophie's mum...
Sophie wanted to share her Viking and musical instrument projects (just in case Mr Lindop thought she'd not done them!) She was going to write her Viking project in Viking runes to give him a bit of a challenge but decided against it! Can I also reassure everyone that I made sure no bottles of beer were wasted in the making of her instrument project! :-) Sophie — I love the way you've presented your learning on a Viking Shield! It's impressive! Mr Lindop's band is growing...it'll be really funny to have you all together again and playing your instruments. I think Jessica will have to make another carrot recorder though — hers will be all wrinkled by now. Glad the beer didn't get wasted Sam!!

From Sarah, Oliver and Maisie's mum...
Hello, hope you are well? Today Maisie has written her own code and has been writing messages for us all. We also went on a lovely walk and the children played hide and seek in the long grass. Take care, x
Maisie, you look like you've really enjoyed writing secret 'coded' messages. Well done. Lovely walks, hide and seek in long grass and sunshine — what a great way to spend some family time!

Until tomorrow, do stay safe. Bessa

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