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Archive of: School Council
Great job Kara!
03 April 2020
Kara, from Class 7, has made a person and wrote a message so she can drop it on her grandma's doorstep then she will take it to her work (a care home) and give it someone who is lonely. A fantastic act of kindness, well done Kara!
A message from Poppy
02 April 2020
I love Poppy's rainbows that she has been creating and displaying outside her house! They will definitely cheer everyone up. Lovely to hear from you Poppy.
01 April 2020
Poppy, from class 7, has been busy painting rainbow rocks this week and then hiding them, in the woods, to brighten up peoples day! What a thoughtful act - well done Poppy!
Another Act of Kindness!
29 March 2020
It was lovely heaing from Isaac and his family. They have been busy baking cakes for their neighbours!!! What a thoughtful thing to do! I have my post it notes and I am jotting down all your acts of kindness, ready to put on the board when we get back to school. Thank you Isaac.
A message from Ribble View Nursing Home
28 March 2020
Yesterday, I was skyping my mum in her nursing home (can you believe how technical I was!!!!). I spoke to one of the managers there and she informed me they have received your letters! The staff and residents were overwhelmed by your kindness! Well done everyone for bringing a smile to so many faces. I am so proud of you all.
Well done everyone!
27 March 2020
Thank you to all the children that have completed their work on Purple Mash this week it is so nice to see you keeping busy and continuing to learn! Don't worry if you can't save your work properly. Some tasks will only give you a score and others will save your work into the class folder or your own folder once you have completed without giving you an option to hand it in. We can still usually see that you have completed the work. Keep it up!
25 March 2020
Rainbows have been popping up in the windows of homes to spread a little cheer during this tricky time. Theses rainbows have been putting a smile on the faces of children, key workers and elderly residents. Try making a rainbow and popping it in your front room window for your neighbours to see. Take a photo of your rainbow and email it to your class teacher. You may see some of your designs on your class blog.
An act of kindness
24 March 2020
I am missing writing out all my acts of kindness for you guys. I am going to have an abundance of post it notes when we get back to school! I wonder who can do an act of kindness for someone whilst we are off school. Could you help out at home? Help your younger siblings with their home learning pack? Speak kind words to your family? Write a letter to someone who can't get out at the moment? Or ask your parents if you can ring a relative who is on their own? Go be those amazing people I know you to be!!!
23 March 2020
Thank you to everyone who has made donations over the last couple of weeks for Preston Food Banks. These donations mean even more that usual during this tricky time. All donation were collected last week and the staff were overwhelmed by your generosity. This is certainly a time when we can help those that are less fortunate than ourselves, within our own family or further a field.
World Book Day
05 March 2020
Happy WorldBookDay everyone! Here's to a whole day dedicated to sharing stories and promoting reading for pleasure. Here are our 'Extreme Reading' winners for this year. Just think...spending just 10 minutes a day reading and sharing stories with children can make a crucial difference to their outcome and it’s fun for all involved. You can read together anywhere and everywhere, from breakfast to bedtime!