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Important Information for Parents and Carers

Links to websites are below, these are used for homework and in the event of learning from home.

Please familiarise yourself with the websites. Logins details have been sent home and stuck into the back of Reading Records for all of these but can be requested from the class teacher if lost.

 

Use our teacher email - teacher@stceciliascjs.co.uk to contact your class teacher and submit your fantastic work!

'How To' Guide for Accessing Online Sessions

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GOOGLE CLASSROOM

Hello Year 4,

 

Firstly, we would like to say a huge well done to you all. We are really impressed by the level of engagement in online learning and have loved seeing your excellent work!

 

Please continue to make an effort to access Google Classroom every day. Here, you will find all of your lesson's resources along with instructions for what you need to do. Any Google meet links and times are also posted here. 

 

Thank you so much for everything you are doing and keep up the amazing work!

 

Click the link below to take you to Google Classroom:

Week Beginning 22nd March 2021

Please email your work to teacher@stceciliascjs.co.uk and remember to include your teacher's name in the subject bar. yes

Moon, Dust, Crust by Anthony (Class 4-2)

Well done to our very own Anthony, whose poem about the moon today was so good, Dom Conlon the poet sent us a video of him reading it!

Here is the poem for you to enjoy. The video is attached below. Well done Anthony! We are all very proud of you!


Moon Dust Crust
by Anthony


I often wonder about the moon dust
As i look out into the night sky,
Does it float away off into space?
Or shimmer into particles that pass us by.

I find its craters very mysterious
Such mythology within its lunar light,
Always shining and orbiting
Which can only be seen at night.

I think of the moon out there alone
The colour of it’s crest,
The debris of the atmosphere
Which changes as we rest.

Moon Dust Crust by Anthony (Class 4-2)

Still image for this video
The poet Don Conlon reads Anthony's poem.
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