Good morning Cedars and happy Friday!

I hope that you had a wonderful week, we have had really beautify spring weather and I hope that you have enjoyed the sunshine.

I know that many of you have been working really hard over the last few weeks, special mention to Oliver who has completed some great maths work, as well as work on Nelson Mandela and doing some work Holes. Well done Oli, keep up the hard work!  Well done also to Nour and Kye for the work that they have sent in too.

Next week is half term week so there will be no formal work set, however I hope that you will keep busy and to help you, here are a few ideas that you might like to try.

Half term activities

Please send me any photos of activities that you try over half term, I would love to see what you have been getting up to. Send them to:

admin@st-annes.wandsworth.sch.uk and put Cedar in the subject line.

There is also a schools’ poetry competition set by Wandsworth which is based upon the theme of happiness. For more details on the competition and on how to enter, click on the link below:

WoW Poetry Competition

P4C- Here is Next week’s P4C thinking time activity.

Finland School Tries Out Robots as Teachers:  from Scroll-In:  a pilot program at primary schools in the southern Finnish city of Tampere.

Watch the video

 

Talking points:

o Would you like to have a robot teacher at home during lockdown?
o What might robots teachers be best at?
o Why might it be good still to have human teachers?

Activities:

o Take turns in pretending to be a robot teacher.
o Make up a story about a future world in which robots help humans in lots of ways

 

I hope that you have a great week and that you all have a rest from the formal learning we have set you.

Take care and stay safe.

Mr.Paxton