WALT: join our letters using increasing accuracy
Diary Extract…
This idea was suggested by a member of the class and so I hope you enjoy it! Crack the Anglo-Saxon code, re-write it in your English books using your best handwriting. Old English language used to be quite flamboyant and swirly. If you have a fountain or calligraphy pen at home, perhaps ask an adult if you can use it to create some beautiful joined up handwriting. As with our phonetic alphabet activity a few weeks ago you could also write some of your daily COVID-10 diary using the Anglo-Saxon lettering (just don’t forget to include a copy of the code so that you – or someone who finds your diary – can decode it in the future!) Keep smiling… Mrs Etheridge.



Jesus was called the ‘servant king’; his mission was to serve God and to serve all those people he met, through his teaching, his example and the way he led his life.  Who are the unsung heroes who serve us?
• at school
• at home
• in our clubs
How do you serve others?
• at school
• at home
• in your clubs

Thought of the Day

“There is more happiness in giving than receiving”
The words of Jesus recorded in Acts 20.35 – The Good News Bible

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