The Grade Ones have had a brilliant start to this round of remote learning and have continued to demonstrate their outstanding resilience. The students and their families have established some terrific work routines and expectations, which has seen some amazing work being produced.
We have been busy completing our daily Sounds Write, reading, writing and numeracy tasks, with a range of hands on and games based activities. Students (and Miss Erskine) have enjoyed the chance to experiment with the different tools on Seesaw, creating very engaging responses to the activities set. Our daily zoom sessions have provided a wonderful opportunity for students to connect with each other and share what they have been up to. We have had fun completing some directed drawings and Go Noodles together.
Although being in remote learning, it was wonderful to see so many families and children participate in our Book Week activities. Throughout the week, Grade One students had the opportunity to listen to a number of shortlisted books and complete a book review for one of these books. Our dress up day on Wednesday was definitely a highlight as students put on their best costumes and joined in on the fun of our virtual Book Week Parade.
The Grade One’s have been very busy and shown great persistence during remote learning. We can’t wait to be back learning together in the classroom.