This week’s LMI Bulletin is available here
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Education Development Trust
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Beech class are working really hard on their school work during Lockdown, some at home and others at school. Well done all of us!
At the same time we are taking the opportunity to learn some life skills, like cooking, trying new foods and looking after our pets (Yoshi, the tortoise).
We have also been thinking of food for others and I know that some of you made bird food/feeders and took part in the bird watch last week. In fact, one tree was covered in feeders – lucky birds!
Pupils in 😯 have definately demonstrated they have a right to an Education and have gone above and beyond to participate in remote learning from home. With the support of their parents/ or carers they have accessed remote learning from home during these challenging times and made learning fun and informative. The knowledge and facts we have all gained and shared with each other is phenomenal, well done everyone. This week we have engaged in a wide range of topics ranging from Cracking morse codes, learning French body parts, designing a new bank note, learning how the the world around us is developing and relaxing and reading and many more.
Well done to all of you potential Bake-off winners. Don’t forget to keep completing all of those independent lifeskills challenges that were sent out last week and to keep sending us evidence to earn those Dojo points. Today’s offering is from Charlie R who has created these amazing looking bread rolls.