Eagles ~ A big thank you

Dear children and parents of Eagle Class,

I would just like to say that I thoroughly enjoyed seeing every one of you yesterday at your graduation celebration. Being able to talk to you all personally and wish you well for your new chapter was a very special moment for me, as I hadn’t seen you all for so long.

I hope that you enjoyed your special final moment at Hemblington, and then getting to explore your bag of goodies.

I would like to say a HUGE thank you for all of the generous gifts that I received. I was overwhelmed by your kindness and thoughtfulness of the cards and gifts.

There were so many personal, homemade and ‘very me’ presents that I can’t thank you all enough. The little book of rainbows was such special gift.

I have left those that I know are baby gifts. It’s so lovely of you to gift the little ones too.

I wish you all a wonderful, well-deserved summer holiday.

Love Mrs Reeves x

Cygnet Class Final Home Learning

21.7.20

Dear Cygnets

Thank you for all of the presents you gave the Cygnet staff. We all loved the hand print picture you made and are going to display it somewhere special for everyone to see. It was really lovely to read your names on the hands and in the card. We are now at the end of your year in Cygnet class. We wish you all a happy fun filled holiday with your families and look forward to seeing you in September when you come back as Swans.

Love from

Mrs Gibson, Mrs Connley, Mrs Panting, Mrs Davis, Mrs Cargill and Mrs Lucking

Let’s finish this year’s learning with a story. Listen to The Fish Who Could Wish by John Bush. It is a funny story about a fish who could wish for anything but there is a problem at the end. Can you retell the story in your own words.

I wonder what you wish for? It might be a wish for the summer holiday, for when you are in Swan class or for your family. Have a think and draw your wish. You might like to draw your Swan class wish on this example:

Your next challenge is to learn some fishy facts and then have a go at the quiz.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z6882hv/articles/zxgq2hv

Now have a go at these counting activities

Your next challenge is to read the sentences carefully and follow the colouring instructions.

Make sure that you take lots of opportunities to practise your reading skills in the holidays. Look out for words when you are out and about on tickets, signs, sauce bottles, menus wherever you are. Have a go at reading them. Remember to take part in the whole school challenges: The Epic Summer Scrapbook Journal Challenge, The Summer Reading Challenge 2020 and, The Get ‘Out and About’ Hemblington Challenge Grid.  Have a go and have fun joining in. You will have something interesting to show Mrs Goodson and Mrs Kemp and to share with Swan class. You might even win one of Miss Collier’s prizes.

https://www.hemblingtonprimaryschool.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Hemblington-Epic-Summer-Journal-Scrapbook-Challenge_.pdf

Now sit back and enjoy watching this film of The Fish Who Could Wish.

Have a great Summer!

Love from

Mrs Gibson

Hemblington Primary School

Headteacher: Mrs. Christine Edmunds

Telephone: 01603 713243

Fax: 01603 716994

Email: office@hemblington.norfolk.sch.uk