Back to it!

I hope you all enjoyed your half term break.

Remote learning is continuing for now, so there will be another assembly video on Friday. Which means there is another chance for children to get a mention if you leave a comment to nominate them for showing our school values at home.

I know getting back to remote learning after the break may be tough so I hope the chance of a nomination and ‘shout out’ in the assembly will help to motivate the children.

Leave your comment below by Thursday lunchtime this week.

Thank you,

Mr Poyton

9 comments on “Back to it!

  • I’d like to nominate Fred F in chestnut class for a really positive start to the new half term! He has completed all his work and participated in zoom calls which he was very uncomfortable with to start.
    Well done Fred, keep up the good work! Mummy and daddy are very proud of you!

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  • Andrew says:

    Lawford Mead Primary School are doing a great job in tricky, rapidly changing circumstances. You have negotiated the twists and turns of the past year so well, quickly and sensibly. We are so pleased with the common sense and science applied to keep our children and the staff as safe as is practicably possibly.
    The dedication to making it work has been phenomenal, the staff have sacrificed much time and energy. We are very proud of how they have risen to this unique challenge. We all, staff, children and parents need to remind ourselves that things will get better, we just need to keep going day by day (easy to say I know). We just want to encourage you all. The children will hopefully catch up in time and we’ll be free to interact as before. Thank you. Andrew, Parent Governor

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  • Mrs Lees says:

    I would like to nominate the following children for their superb efforts in their German work this week:
    Igor in Chestnut produced a wonderfully varied café menu in German, with lots of extra vocabulary, delightfully illustrated with images relating to Germany as well as the items on the menu. Well done!
    Persephone in Chestnut did her menu for a Bratwurst themed café with some super-creative items which made Mrs Lees smile!
    Riley in Ash has been working together with his brother Liam in Pine with his activities set this week. Great to see such great teamwork.

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  • Mrs Lees says:

    Another shout-out from me to Lily in Poplar for her wonderful town plan design in German. Lots of lovely detail was included. Well done, Lily!

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  • Joanna says:

    Jenson B in Ash for an amazing half term of Reading! He has enjoyed reading through the Roald Dahl library. Super proud of the effort he puts in.

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    • S Dubey says:

      I couldn’t agree with you more! He is a voracious reader! We, at Lawford Mead, are also super proud of him! Keep up the brilliant work, Jenson! 🙂

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  • I’d like to nominate Freya (Cedar) and Cerys (Larch) for getting back into homeschooling really well after the break! They continue to work hard! They can’t wait to come back soon!

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  • Rachel says:

    I’d like to nominate Logan in Ash, for showing a passion for baking and working hard to improve his skills. This week he made delicious sweet pastries for the family, following a recipe and carefully measuring ingredients. The pastry was quite difficult to handle but he didn’t give up and his perseverance paid off!

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    • S Dubey says:

      Well done Logan! The picture of jam tarts on Seesaw was very impressive! Your baking skills are going to come in really handy for our upcoming DT project! Keep it up! 🙂

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