Here is some of the learning that has been taking place at home. We have loved seeing what you have all been up to!
Meg - Any luck with the apple seeds?
Esme - Was the tart tasty?
Shine a Light
Nursing leaders asked for the public to 'shine a light' to mark international Nurses Day on Tuesday 12th May and recognise the extraordinary work that their colleagues are doing to fight against the coronavirus.
The day also marked the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale, who founded modern nursing and pioneered infection control, but is also famous for her lamp.
Ruth May, England's top nurse, asked people to shine a light from their window to mark the day and show their appreciation for all that the nurses are doing to save and rebuild the lives of patients with coronavirus.
Here is what year one children, staff and parents did.
We've got something lovely to share with you all.
As you may know, Olimar's mum (Laura Francis) works as a nurse at St James hospital.
She has said:
Today (Tuesday 12th May) has been an amazing day celebrating International Nurses Day. A couple of weeks ago Olimar made a lovely rainbow picture. I sent this into the hospital and we were asked if this could be placed on a Thank You card that was given to around 8,000 nurses and midwives across the Leeds teaching hospital. Olimar has been so proud to share his picture to thank our Nurses.
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