Hello 5RA! Hello World!


Welcome to class 5RA at Allerton CE Primary School in Leeds. Here, under the careful guidance of Mr Ash, we will blog to the Big Wide World.

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Home Learning

5RA have all continued to work hard on their home learning.

However, it has been really amazing to see the extra activities you have been taking part in. Sofia sent me a lovely email to tell me she has been working on a project to help people feel safe. Also, Hafsa has been undertaking a wide variety of activities from baking to playing badminton. It really makes my day to receive an email showing me the things you have been up to at home, so please keep sending them in. Remember my email is rob.ash@allertonceprimary.com.

Celebrating our key workers

Firstly, I received a lovely email from Jack’s mum who told me Jack and his sister, Emily both dressed up as key workers to clap on Thursday. Jack rode his bike with a pan attached around his green and Emily went round on her roller skates blowing her whistle and ringing her cow bell. I thought it was lovely to hear the way Jack was helping to celebrate the hard work and dedication of all our key workers particularly in the last six weeks.

I also received an email from Charlotte showing me a creation she had made to demonstrate her support for the NHS.

This week some of us have been in school creating posters with Mrs Lunt that show our appreciation for key workers.

Creativity is contagious. Pass it on!

Albert Einstein once said, ‘Creativity is contagious. Pass it on!’

I have been really pleased to see some of the creativity you have been showing at home throughout this time and I thought that I would pass some of it on to you.

Firstly, I received a lovely email from Hafsa who had worked on a fantastic and compassionate piece of art with her family.

Secondly, I received another email that showed the creativity of another member of our class. Wah Yuan had created a fantastic and intricate pyramid over the Easter break.

During the Easter break, I worked with a group of children in school and we produced a large piece of art inspired by Jackson Pollock. However, it was unclear who enjoyed it more the boys or myself.

I’d love to receive more emails about all the creative things you are doing at home. Please do let me know via email (rob.ash@allertonceprimary.com) so I can pass on your creativity.