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Blakemere had a lovely end to the term, taking part in a range of new learning activities.





On Tuesday the children took part in the National Internet Safety Day, they learned about: a variety of dangers online; how the internet and search engines work and they can keep themselves and others safe. Also, as part of this day the children had the opportunity to join an online safety pledge, this was part of a Guinness World Record attempt!


On Thursday afternoon the children took part in and observed a science investigation into soil, learning about the different layers and how water can separate these.


The children have also been working really hard in our Rhythm and the Rain literacy work to identify and use: nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs. I always enjoy reading their creative writing, they use such a lovely range of adjectives and this was also helped with the use of a Thesaurus.


I have been so impressed with their time maths work this week, especially when converting 12- and 24-hour times.


I always love to see the photos of what the children have been up to, thank you for sending them in.


On behalf of the Blakemere Team I just want to say thank you so much for all of your hard work and support from home, we couldn’t be more grateful.


Have a lovely half term break.


Mr Huddart, Mrs Evans and Mrs Venables

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