Waddington All Saints Y1/2

Passover Seder Meal

We have all been learning about the Jewish celebration of Passover.
On Friday, Mrs Brown’s class took part in their own Seder Celebration meal which Jewish people have at the beginning of Passover.
Can you remember how many different parts of the meal there are? Can you remember any of them? What was your favourite part of the meal?

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Horrid Henry!

Within our literacy learning this term we will be reading lots of Horrid Henry stories and basing our writing on them too.
Have you read any of these stories at home? Which ones are your favourites?

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Easter Holidays

We hope you have a lovely holiday and remember to stay safe.  See you in the summer term.

From Mrs Brown and Miss Guy

 

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Easter Activities

You have all today been given your logins for the sumdog website.
There are some great games and activities on there to help you improve your mental maths.

Visit www.sumdog.com to have a go.

Let us know what your favourite game is.

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Stay Safe Online

Staying safe online – really important news.

In order to stay safe, we need you to know how to stay safe when you are online. You need to know what to do if someone you don’t know tries to message you or if someone puts words or pictures that are rude online.
In the last few days, some children have been receiving horrible messages on games like Movie Star Planet – not in our school but in other schools in the country. These are often sent by children pretending to be adults.
Remember these simple steps to stay safe:
1. Check the websites/games you are on with a trusted adult
2. Always tell a trusted adult straight away if something online upsets, worries or frightens you. You can always talk to your teacher if you are unsure.
3. Save any messages that have upset you so you can share them with a trusted adult. You haven’t done anything wrong and it is really important an adult sees them.

If you would like any more information visit the thinkuknow website at www.thinkuknow.co.uk. w

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