Friday 8th May
Happy bank holiday year 5. If you would like to do some activities today relating to VE day, have a look at the Royal British Legion website for lots of information and activities.
This week the highest earner is: Claudia Becze
This week the most improved is: Claudia Becze
Thursday 7th May
Isn't it lovely when the sun is shining! The weather looks like it is going to be nice tomorrow-have you got any activities planned for VE day? Remember you can email these to school so I can share them with the St Stephen's family.
If you didn't manage to watch the live interviews yesterday you can still watch the videos posted on our school Facebook page.
Have a lovely day, and remember you can only try your best!
Take care x
Wednesday 6th May
Primary Engineer Award
Have a look at the school Facebook page for the live interviews today with Richard Browning and Prisilla Johnson.
This week the theme is 'Environment'. Please feel free to send in any photographs of you working to the school email address so that we can share them with your friends at school.
Keep working hard on TTR. Who will be the leader this week?
Each week there will a science question to get you thinking and to research. Find this on the school Facebook page and the science section of the school web page.
Also have a look at our 'Just for Fun' quiz on the school Facebook page. Can you guess the member of St.Stephen's staff from the photograph?
I've been thinking about you all everyday and hoping that you're all OK. I'm looking forward to seeing and hearing about what you have been up to when we meet again.
Take care and stay safe,
Week 5: Environment
Additional support/learning material
The BBC daily educational input is up and running. Below is a link which shows what they are providing and where.
'In addition, to support the hard work of schools in delivering remote education, the Oak National Academy is due to launch on Monday 20 April. This brand-new enterprise has been created by 40 teachers from some of the leading schools across England, backed by government grant funding. It will provide 180 video lessons each week, across a broad range of subjects from maths to art to languages, for every year group from Reception through to Year 10.' Taken from Gov.uk.