Good Morning Unicorns
I had plans to begin reading a book about sinkholes…
But, they fell through.
Join me at 9:00am for our Zoom – a quick Zoom this morning to see how you are all getting on. We shall talk about a special Zoom we have for you all at 11:00am today.
The theme this week is forgiveness
Our last reflection on forgiveness - yesterday we spoke about how forgiveness is linked to unconditional love. It reminded me of the song 'Rich' by Toby Mac.
Catch music with Duncan today at 10.00am!
Zoom @ 11:00am with artist Patrick Corillon
Patrick is working on a project for this year’s Triennial. His work will be inspired by St Eanswythe's watercourse that flows from the hills, through Folkestone and finishes in The Bayle. This used to provide water to St Eanswythe's Nunnery. We will watch a short animation by Patrick and then he will show us around his studio in Belgium. (All Zoom details were sent out on the app).
Here is the first page of Chapter 8 ‘What goes up doesn’t necessarily come down’
Kat suggests lying to her mum and Aunt Gloria about taking the free ticket from a stranger.
What do you think they should do? Lie or tell the truth? Can you write down a short paragraph to explain what you would do?
We LOVE Arithmetic
It is time to rock out to some TT Rockstars – Go on and have a play to practise those timetables this morning! Make sure you contact me if you need your log in details – I can share them with you.
And as we could not yesterday, today we will be continuing with the Arithmetic Tests and we are now on number 8 – Here the test is for you to have a go at some of the questions, see how you do! Remember you can go to the ‘PiXL resources’ tab to find the arithmetic test answers for self-marking – no peaking before!
Join me at 12:00pm for our Zoom call before lunch. Remember it is still our ‘Funky Friday’! Cannot wait to see you all.
LO: to have an understanding of Jesus; the bread of life.
Read God’s Story on the PowerPoint carefully.
Bread is a major source of food for many people and some may die without it. Jesus is not referring to that kind of bread, but saying that he is he bread for life, offering to feed us all ‘spiritually’. In the Our Father we say ‘Give us our daily bread’.
Here are some key questions for you to answer in your remote learning book:
- Why did Jesus refer to himself as the ‘bread of life’?
- In which way would the friends of Jesus never be hungry or thirsty?
- When are we able to receive the ‘bread of life’?
Book Week - Choose on of the following afternoon activities:
Well done everyone for another busy week! What a fantastic virtual book week we have had. I bet you are all so excited to get back to the classroom next week. You have all worked so tremendously hard from home or in the Year 6 bubble and I am very proud of you all. Have a lovely weekend.
Love, Mrs Jessup. Xx