Monday 6th July

Date: 1st Jul 2020 @ 11:08am

Good Morning, children.

Today is the start of a new week, so a fresh start. Hopefully, it will be your last week completing home learning, as we are looking forward to welcoming you back next Monday! It will be lovely to see you. 

This week, I want you to focus on how you care for others and how others care for you. It is national 'Glad to Care' week, which aims to remind us of those amazing people who dedicate their lives to caring for others. Here are some tasks you might want to try:

1. Research into the daily tasks a carer might complete. 

2. Produce a thank you card to the carers in our community who are working tirelessly to make sure that vulnerable people are safe and looked-after. 

3. Create a recipe for the 'perfect carer'. What kind of qualities do you think they need to have?

4. Try to care for your family as much as you can for one day. See how much they appreciate you and what kind of difference you make to their lives. 

5. Write a poem all about caring for our world, caring for the environment, caring for one another or caring for ourselves.

6. Take some time out to relax, ensure you are calm and feeling peaceful- your wellbeing matters, too. You mustn't forget to take care of yourself!

7. On a normal day, make a list of things you do to care for yourself and others (getting yourself dressed, having a bath, brushing your hair, cleaning your teeth, putting your dishes in the dishwasher, helping with some jobs around the house, getting something for a family member, making someone else smile, being helpful in the garden- the possibilities really are endless!) Once you have counted all of the things you do to care for yourself and others, see if you can do it again the next day and beat yesterday's total. 


As well as these tasks, please don't forget to keep up with Times Tables Rockstars, daily reading and some exercise. It is super important to keep your mind and body healthy. Don't forget all of the hard work you've done this year- it will steer you right at high school. 


Hope you enjoy completing these tasks, this week. I would love to see as many of them as possible! Please do get in touch and let me know how you're getting on. 


Well done to Beau for your work last week. I read through your PowerPoint on Andy Goldsworthy and found it really interesting! I have attached it to the blog so feel free to have a look! yes


Speak to you again tomorrow,

Mrs Naylor heart

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