My first Tudor execution!

WC 8.1.21

Last week, Year 6 explored crimes and punishments that occurred in the Tudor era: from beheadings to being hung, drawn and quartered, it’s safe to say things are a lot better now!

6CC began by imagining what a first day on the job for one of King Henry VIII’s executioners might be like. Take a look at their letters to the King below!

Rihanna’s letter to King Henry VIII
Matilda’s letter to King Henry VIII
Emily’s letter to King Henry VIII

Lately, we have also taken time to enjoy the flurries of snow, both in school and away. We have even had a few snow sculptures created over the past few weeks!

Remote Learning Update

Good afternoon everybody. It has been a trying time for our community over the last 24 hours and it will continue to be a difficult period moving forward. In that spirit, I would like to thank all families who have shown a great deal of patience whilst we have focused on opening our school doors today. As all classrooms and staff have been used to house current class bubbles, staff have been busy working with children in school whilst adapting our face-to-face teaching resources to be fit for purpose moving onto an online curriculum. At this juncture and moving forward, teachers will be doing their best version of a double act to support face to face teaching as well as simultaneously provide a remote curriculum.
All children should have their GSuite credentials and be able to access Google Classrooms where work will be assigned and remote learning take place. Please use each phases’ Expedition websites (links below) to keep up to date with timetables and additional learning resources. Indeed, we ask that children check in remotely on daily hangouts as this will essentially become our virtual attendance register.

Y5/6 Expedition Website
Y3/4 Expedition Website

Finally, thank you once again for all your support as a community and we look forward to welcoming all our children back into school at the earliest opportunity.
G Chadwick