We went to church to have be part of the Ash Wednesday service.
We had a cross of ash and oil put on our foreheads.
We were very brave and very well behaved in church. Miss Irwin was very proud of us.
Dear Class Jonah parents,
You have not had any homework today as you will be getting a half term homework sheet to read and work on over half term. All marked homework will be returned into bags tomorrow with the new half term sheet.
Thanks again to all those parents and children who have emailed me their homework these last two weeks. Your all doing a fabulous job and it really is making a difference to your child’s learning supporting their learning at home. Well done.😀
Here is just a little showcase of some of the homework I have had emailed to me. More to come next term.
Please be aware tomorrow is a non-uniform day for a PFA fundraiser and on Friday it is non-uniform day for the current May Queen Lily Lou as a fundraiser. Please bring donations for non-uniform in an envelope so it doesn’t get lost!
Tomorrow morning I will not be in school as I am on a EYFS course. Mrs Worswick will be teaching Class Jonah for me.
Today was safer internet day. This afternoon before we tucked into our pancakes we had a chat about how when we go on the Internet we must always have an adult around to help us.
For two reasons
1) to make sure we are safe and don’t see anything we are not supposed to see. Especially on YouTube.
2) to help us use the Internet correctly.
If you want to talk to us about how to use computers, tablets, mobiles and gaming safely at home this poster might help you.
Even though we are only 4 and 5 years old it doesn’t mean we might not go on the Internet with our friends, siblings or other adults. We need to know how to be safe which means you do to!
This video might help open up a dialogue with us. Safer Internet Video
Safe surfing .