Welcome to Churchill!
Good Morning all!
What a strange weekend for weather - we've had rain, wind, sunshine and thunder!
What have you been doing? I spent some time at the beach with my family. We even treated ourselves to an ice cream, yum!
I've still got lots of you left to call that I didn't get to speak to yet - I'm slowly working my way through all of you! You can expect a check-in call this week or next between 10am and midday if you haven't had one recently.
We are continuing our trip Around the World this week - click on the home learning links to find out more!
I hope you are enjoying the activities that Miss Stanbridge and I have been planning for you - if there's anything else you would like, let us know!
Parents - if you need anything else, please get in touch via the contact form and I will do whatever I can to help out.
Use the link below to upload any photos of your home learning - I'll get all the new photos online as soon as possible so all your friends can see what you've been doing (you could also get a message to your friends this way too!).
Online Learning with the Oak National Academy
I'm adding a new link today for some home learning if you feel like doing something more/different. The Oak National Academy have a huge amount of lessons, created by real teachers. There are some particularly good English revision lessons, which will help you remember some of the things we have already learnt. Let me know what you think if you have a go at any of them.
Contact Mrs Sibley
If you have any questions, worries or just want to say hello, send me a message here and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
PE days: Monday (swimming) and Wednesday
Please ensure that children come to school wearing their PE kit on Wednesdays (dark shorts/joggers, white t-shirt, school jumper and trainers/plimsolls)
We also ask that children spend at least 10 minutes reading each day and have their book signed by an adult.
Our Autumn term project asked 'What did the Romans do for us?' and encouraged us to look at our local surroundings for clues.
In December, we visited Colchester Castle, which showcases many Roman treasures and inventions to give us clues about how the Romans have shaped our lives.
We started by learning about the struggle for power between the Romans and the Celts including East Anglia's own Boudicca.
We researched the life of a Roman gladiator and their journey to becoming a fighting machine.
In Science, we explored different ways that we can look after our teeth and what can happen if we don't.