Please click here to view communication from Mrs Mason - 3rd January 2021.
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To every child at Richardson Endowed Primary School ,
I am so sorry that we couldn’t exchange Christmas cards in school this year and I would’ve really liked to send you all a message to wish you and your family a very happy Christmas.
I also want to tell you how amazing you have all been this Autumn term ! You have worked so hard . Every time I look into your classrooms each and every one of you are trying your best to be the best that you can be !
Your behaviour around school has been outstanding-you have politely waited 2 metres away when adults are near and this has helped so much to keep everyone safe . You have followed all the rules in moving around school , washed your hands and kept all your equipment to yourself !
I hope you have enjoyed this week in school with some special time with your friends -you have certainly deserved it !
Have a wonderful Christmas-I am sure Santa will visit you all . Stay safe and enjoy the holiday !
Mrs Mason .
Christmas performances are a big part of any school year. Although we have not been able to invite you in to see our regular shows, each class has prepared their very own Christmas message. We hope our digital performances add a little festive cheer to your day.
We’re very proud of Josh and are so proud to announce that he is our Star of the Week. Joshua is so kind and always helps his friends in a gentle and caring manner. He has grown in confidence so much since September and loves to talk to us - he has a lovely sense of humour. He has made some lovely friends who really appreciate his thoughtfulness. Good boy Joshua!
Our star this week and the last star of 2020 is...Sammy!
Well done Sammy, you have worked so incredibly hard since you walked through the door in September. You never give up, you try your hardest in everything, you give 100% towards everything and anything asked of you and you are so polite, well-mannered and an absolute pleasure to have in the classroom. Your smile radiates through the classroom and you truly are a superstar through and through. Keep up the great work Sammy :)
The last two weeks have been fun-filled, a little crazy but extremely exciting as we have worked towards breaking up for Christmas so I decided to do them together as one post.
The children worked extremely hard on our Class Christmas Performance and instructional writing. We hope you all enjoyed the class performance, the children did such a fabulous job and ensured they all individually had their moment but also showed the true, brilliant-ness of them as a whole class. They learnt a script, produced some gorgeous paintings, drawings, models, did dances, prepared jokes and just fully immersed themselves into producing the best performance for you, which without sounding bias I think they did, 100 times over! Well done Class 3, it really was a Christmas performance to remember!
We also worked incredibly hard on instruction writing, writing instructions of how to catch a woolly mammoth using their knowledge from our topic the Stone Age and their own imaginations. We focused on features of instructions and the children then peer assessed each others instructions by giving two stars and a wish to each other and sharing their successes. As well as this, the children showed their fantastic Stone Age knowledge in our last topic and science lesson, blowing me away with the information they had taken in and embedded into their brain. Great job Class 3!
This week, the last week of 2020 for Class 3...
What a buzz there has been across the class this week, with so many exciting activities and fun-filled opportunities for the children to dive right in to! The children walked 90 miles in 3 days, every child participating in a mile walk each day to add to our class Race to Rudolph. They have made some beautiful Christmas cards, all independently! We've had party lunches, glow in the dark dodgeball, an online Pantomime, a visit from the ice cream van, lots of treats and a genuinely, lovely festive time together! Although there were lots of changes and different routines, the children have coped so well with these and have loved every minute, now ready to have a wonderful Christmas with their family.
Thank you for a brilliant first term Class 3, have the most wonderful Christmas time and a happy new year. Take care, stay safe and rest up ready for even more fun in Class 3 when you all return in January.
This week I've cheated slightly (quite a lot really) and chosen the whole of Class 6. They have come back this year, ready to learn, worked hard and what probably tipped it was the fantastic Christmas video they made where everyone played their part! (Five toilet rolls! 🤣🧻🧻🧻🧻🧻😂)
Well done class 6, have a merry Christmas and a fabulous New Year! 😀🎄🎅🎁
Well done to our Class 1 Star of the week - Every single one of you! This week it is for the whole class. You have worked so hard, with such determination, despite unusual circumstances and we couldn't be more proud. Well done each and every one of you. Merry christmas and a very Happy New year to you and your families.