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Audible stories

Audible stories

Good morning!

As you will have seen on Tapestry, we suggested a website to explore to find some new audible stories to listen to. Here is the link to the direct page:

https://stories.audible.com/start-listen

Head to the littlest listeners page for some fantastic stories and rhymes.

Home learning

Home learning

Dear class 1 and class 2,

Well done for all of the home learning photos, videos and explanations you have sent us so far. Miss Neep and I have been very impressed!

Remember to check Tapestry everyday for your English and Maths sessions. If we need to use our website page for an internet link, we will let you know this in our Tapestry posts.

Keep it up – you are bringing smiles to our faces!

Home learning

Home learning

Hello Year 1

Well done for completing your learning challenges this week! You have shown lots of resilience in your hard work and we have loved seeing your work on Seesaw. It has been great to see you and your families keeping fit with Joe Wicks. Keep up the great work!

Keep a look out each morning for your Maths and English activities which we will continue to post this week. There will also be a foundation project for you to complete by Friday which can be presented in any way you would like. Many thanks parents for your ongoing support!

Don’t forget to keep checking the website too as we may post things on here to help support your learning!

Keep safe and take care

The year 1 team

Year One Activities w.c. 23.3.20

Dear Parents and Carers,

We have been learning about Instructions in English, Measurement in Mathematics and animals in the topic theme this week. As this is our first online learning week, it has been great to see the children’s responses to the activities set for them each day. Each week, we will have a new focus in English, Mathematics and in the topic theme and we would appreciate your continued support with this. Thank you. We will post more useful website information for learning at home on the Seesaw page.

With Best wishes and Stay Safe, The Year One Team.

Our Home Learning

Our Home Learning

Hello Year Two,

We are so pleased to see you working hard on your home learning tasks. You demonstrated many of our school values through the week and it was a pleasure to see the work you produced! We were very impressed with how you completed your weekly project based on keeping healthy. It has also been lovely to see you completing tasks at home such as PE with Joe Wicks and different craft activities too.

This week in Maths we will be focusing on the four operations – addition, subtraction, division and multiplication. In English we will be continuing with our ‘daily read’ and exploring a range of skills, including our comprehension and answering questions based on a text.

Keep up with the fantastic learning attitude and don’t forget we are here if you need any help.

Miss Hollison and Mrs Jones

 

Home Learning

Home Learning

Hello Year Two!

We have been so impressed with the home learning challenges you have been completing and uploading to Seesaw – keep up the excellent work! It has also been wonderful to see you getting involved with the Joe Wicks PE challenge too! We would also like to say a huge thank you to parents and carers for your continued support!

We will continue to post daily maths and English on Seesaw for you to complete. There will be one foundation subject project which we would like you to complete by Friday of each week. This needs to be an in depth piece of work which you can present in any way you like (video, poster, book etc).

Don’t forget to keep checking the website too as we may post things on here to help support your learning!

Take good care of yourselves,

Miss Hollison and Mrs Jones

Home Learning

Home Learning

Hello Year 3

Well done for completing your learning challenges last week! You have shown lots of resilience in your hard work and we have loved seeing your work on Seesaw. It has also been great to see you and your families keeping fit with Joe Wicks. Keep up the amazing work!

This week in Maths we are going to be looking at a few areas that we found tricky while completing your Maths quizzes. These areas include inverse, division and estimating. In English we are going to be focusing on our SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar) skills. To begin the week, we will look at how to punctuate direct speech and then move onto other areas including adverbs. As you did last week please work through the Power Points before completing the assigned work. Your weekly times tables and spelling focus has also been posted on Seesaw.

For this weeks project we you need to answer the question ‘How will you survive in the Stone Age or the Iron Age?’. To do this you need to design either a Stone Age or an Iron Age settlement. This can be completed as a drawing or you could build your settlement. Then you need to explain how you will survive in the settlement. There are guiding questions and things to think about to help you when designing and explaining your settlement. You could present this information either in written form or as a voice recording.

Good Luck Year 3 and we are looking forward to reading your responses.

Home Learning

Home Learning

Hello Year Three!

We are thrilled with the amount of you who have been posting your home learning challenges on Seesaw so far this week. It has been wonderful to see the variety of activities you are all up to at home, as well as competing those that we have set for you -keep up the hard work! We would also like to thank all of the parents and carers for your continued support.

We will be posting maths and English activities for you daily on Seesaw for you to complete. This week we have been looking at fractions and the story UG. As you may of already seen, we will be posting one project to be completed in depth throughout the week and completed by Friday. This piece of work can be presented in any way you like and this week it is focusing on our scientist for this half term -Mary Anning.

Please keep checking the website as well, as we will be posting updates. We may also post here to support your home learning however we will let you know on Seesaw if this is the case.

Keep safe,

Miss Reeve and Miss Martin.

Home learning links

Home learning links

Hi all,

We know accessing links through SeeSaw is sometimes troublesome.

Here is the link for todays maths:

http://www.maths-games.org/time-games.html

This is the link for the 7x tables song too:

http://www.viewpure.com/5XT3vxohtBg?start=0&end=0

Thanks,

Mrs Arnott

Home learning!

Home learning!

Morning all!

Here is the link for the English home learning task today:

https://www.theworldcounts.com/stories/Deforestation-Facts-for-Kids

This link is for a free audio book read by David Walliams every day! Please do give them a listen, we would love to hear your thoughts on the stories. Perhaps you could upload a review (spoken or written) onto SeeSaw?

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/

The Year 4 team x

Learning at home

Learning at home

Hello Year 5,

We have been very impressed by the amount of work you have completed on Seesaw yesterday. Keep this up!

Every day Mr Eldon, Mrs Valentine and I will be posting English and Maths work for you to complete at home. There will be one foundation subject project which we would like you to complete by Friday of each week. This needs to be an in depth piece of work which you can present in any way you like. You need to complete careful research and present the information in your own words.

Don’t forget to join in with the PE sessions on YouTube with Joe Wicks at 9am every day. Here is the link for yesterday’s session in case you missed it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rz0go1pTda8

Keep an eye on this webpage and Seesaw as we will be posting links that might be useful.

Take good care of yourselves and stay safe.

Mr Eldon, Mrs Valentine and Mrs Delaney

 

Daily Stories

Daily Stories

Good Morning Year 6.

David Walliams is posting free audiobooks daily from his collection of stories. If you follow this link, https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/ you can listen to him reading his stories each day.

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