We have made it back home. Thank you so much for having us, we had a great time helping you learn. Remember to keep trying with your writing. When we next see you, you will be in year 3! Can't wait to see how much progress your writing has made by then.
As you can see we have been up to no good back home. Santa has already had to tell us off for tricking the penguins! He He!
Have an amazing Christmas and a Brilliant New Year,
Thank you Walnut Class for all of your help in the last few weeks. You have really helped us to get better at our writing! We have had a great time in Shaftesbury but now we are home safely with Father Christmas. We had a speedy journey on the sleigh and now we are outside looking at the Northern Lights. This is a photo of what we can see:
Have a lovely Christmas to everyone, maybe we will see you next Christmas when you are in Year 3. Lots of love,
Rocky and Sidney xxxxx
As well as making some food for Rocky and Sidney to send them on their way, we all made our own little packets to take home for Christmas Eve. We put them in our festive Christmas bags which we have been filling up this week to bring home tomorrow.
(Grown ups: all ingredients are edible so will do no harm to wildlife if you sprinkle it outside on Christmas Eve).
Rocky and Sidney had a conundrum. Santa had been spotted over Shaftesbury by Mrs Jones in Year 6. He was preparing to pick them up! But there wasn't much room on the sleigh. They had to narrow down their selection of items to take with them to only 3 - Walnut Class had to help them out. We worked in groups to choose the three most important items - we all had to agree what they were. Then we had to convince Rocky, Sidney and Mrs Turner that our choices were the best by giving the most convincing reasons!
The winners were a torch to help them to see, a blanket to protect them from the cold North Pole air and a tasty hot chocolate to give energy and present thirst.
One of our INSPIRE targets is to work in a group co-operatively - we all did this so well that lots of gems were awarded for our jar.
Yum! Rocky and Sidney were not very good at writing Snowman Pop instructions! Mrs Turner got in a right old muddle! Luckily, Walnut Class were on hand to rewrite the instructions to include verbs and adverbs. Then we followed them to check we were right. If we were, we got to eat the result!