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Friends Forever

Dear Otters,

I hope you've had a chance to explore the new Religious Ethos section of our website with a grown-up. I also hope you've had a go at today's suggested activity! If you haven't completed the Friends Forever activity yet, head back to our class page and try it.

Once you've complete the Friends Forever activity, I'd like you to leave a comment answering this question:

What would you like to tell your Otter friends about your time at home?

 I'm looking forward to hearing from you! I hope you all have a restful and enjoyable weekend with your families. 

Love from,

Ms Lamble

  • leo otter 6 months ago
    Dear Ms Lamble, I hope you're well. I would like to tell my otter friends I'm having fun. Love Leo.
  • lola 6 months ago
    I miss you love Lola :)
  • Otter Sylvi 6 months ago
    Hello, today I did a heart poster picture about Ray for the May Day friends activity and it was really good fun because I got to do a mind map and it was great fun writing about my friend Ray. I wrote qualities like brave, strong, lovable and kind, he loves reading and listening to my stories, he's nearly always the same as me and he likes playing the same games as me. I would like to like to tell my Otter friends that we have been playing shops, cafes and inns at home and we have been using real money to buy food from the cafe. It was fun when we got lots of change. We have been sleeping over at the inn in bunk beds (in real life we have got new bunk beds). I like this game because it involves real life money which is super cool and it helps me learn about money maths. This is a fun way to learn through playing. Love Sylvi! xxx
  • Otter Freya 6 months ago
    Dear Otters, I hope you are all well. What have you been doing at home? At home I am having a great time playing with my new duckling Stripy who I found in my backyard last week. Stripy is an orphan and is very cute! It was just snuggling in my cardigan and fell asleep. You couldn't see a duck, you could just see a little bulge in the side of my cardigan. I really recommend the books of How to Train your Dragon because they are really interesting and you always want to find out what happens to... hang on, wait a minute, I'd better not tell you the answer to that one, I'd better let you find out yourself when you read it! They are hilarious books. The dragon vocabulary is really funny, such as "squeaky-snack" for mouse and "hoody chuck-it-up in di jim jams di pappa?" means "who has been sick in my father's pyjamas?"!!! Thank you Sylvi for letting me borrow your books. Lots of love from Freya xxxxxx
  • Ms Lamble 5 months ago
    Dear Leo, I am well, thank you. I hope you and your family are also well. I'm sure your friends will be pleased to hear that you're having fun! Love from, Ms Lamble
  • Ms Lamble 5 months ago
    Dear Lola, I'm sure they miss you too. Love from, Ms Lamble
  • Ms Lamble 5 months ago
    Dear Sylvi, I'm sure your friends will be pleased to hear you've been playing lots of lovely games! Love from, Ms Lamble
  • Ms Lamble 5 months ago
    Dear Freya, I'm sure your friends will be super excited to hear about Stripy, and grateful for the book recommendations. You and Sylvi should start a How to Train Your Dragon fan club! I'm sure Cressida Cowell would be delighted to hear how much you like her books, you can send her a letter at this address: Cressida Cowell, Hachette, Carmelite House, 50 Victoria Embankment, London EC4Y 0DZ, UK. Remember, she might not receive your letters for a little while but she will get them eventually. Please can you pass this idea onto Sylvi? Love from, Ms Lamble