It's lovely to see so many of you on here now. Please complete the tasks I have set under 2Dos and also here on the website. Some of you have already worked out how to complete work set here and then upload it onto Purple Mash, which is fantastic! Well done to you!
It is lovely to read your messages and see your work. Our Year 6 blog is up and running; so far I have had three children, all of whom seem a bit shy! Come on everyone - the blog is a great place to catch up and share your news! Go to Sharing at the top of the tool bar, then shared blogs. I have also sent three or four emails to everyone now, so if you haven't replied yet, go and have a look.
When you are on the Home page, go to Computing, then go to 2e-mail.
You should then be able to see a smaller version of the same icon in a row of four. Click on that and it will take you to the emails and your inbox. Hopefully you should then be able to see my emails.
Mrs Darlington and I hope you are all well and working hard! Thank you to those of you who have sent letters back to school. It's been wonderful reading your news and what you've been up to.
I have been busy this week getting the classroom ready for those of you who are joining us on 15th June. We shall be covering much of the work we would have been doing in preparation for leaving St Philips, but don't worry if you're not coming in. I shall send the same activities home to you, either on the website and Purple Mash or in hard copies by post. I shall also be asking you to do one or two short tasks and filming yourself! Watch this space.
We won't be able to do a leaver's presentation this year, but I have plenty of ideas for things to do instead. Please make sure that you keep checking for updates on here. So if you haven't done so already - get onto Purple Mash as soon as you can! I need everybody to be in contact so that we can start our plans for the end of term.
Mrs Hibbert and Mrs Darlington
Just to continue the Star Wars theme for the serious fans amongst us! For those of you curious to know more about how Darth Vader became the iconic villain he is, watch this movie!
Here are two links so that you can relive some of the excitement from our topic last term!
Here are some lovely activities for you to do or perhaps even for you to do as a family to celebrate Victory in Europe Day on Friday.