Malton Community Primary School
It's finally here, the last week of term! Well done to all of you for staying postive throughout it all and working so hard in such uncertain times. You have all made me so proud! I am sad not to have completed the year with you all in class, but I will see you all in September. This is the last set of home learning that I will be setting. School is due to finish on Wednesday so you may not complete all of the activities but do as much as you can. This week's activities;
Well here we are in the last week of term. I am sad that we are not all together sharing in some fun end of term activities and looking forward to a great Summer holiday before returning in September to start Year 1.
For many of you I will not see you again as I am leaving MCPS at the end of this term but hopefully we will bump into each other about town so please say hi and let me know how you are getting on. I have really enjoyed my 'short' year with you all and I have seen you all grow and flourish over the months since you started way back in September 2019.
Hello, thankyou for all of the work submitted this week, I continue to be amazed with how well you have adjusted to learning from home. I have also heard how well those children that have returned to school have been getting on. Miss Boyes tells me that she has been really impressed with how kind and how working you have all been.
Hello and thanks for reading!
Thanks for keeping in touch - both Miss Glass and I appreciate the emails - they keep us going! Thanks for working on Seesaw - however much you do it's always a pleasure to read and see the photo's. Some of the DT - Food and Nutrition has been particulary impressive - move over Masterchef here comes Class Gates! When we read a traditional tale from Australia, Amanda triumphed with the Lamingtons recipe! If you fancy a cheese scone order them from Sam or Lewis. When we drew compasses to fit with a traditional tale involving the points North, East, South and West we also worked out which way we slept - my head points to the North Pole!