I hope you are
having a good week and are now settling in to learning from home.
Today would be our
‘Maths Morning’ so I thought I would provide you with some extra maths sheets, just
in case you wanted some more work to do.
Where possible, I have provided the answers.
You would normally
have PE and Music this afternoon. I thought maybe you could try some of the PE
challenges in your pack or, if you haven’t already, try a work out with The
Body Coach. For Music, if you have your recorder at home with you perhaps you
could practise playing that. Here is a link to some music from the BBC, School
Radio service. https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/2bL2NL6Cwlsj2Cs4BXkvg9X/primary-music
usually be our ‘Literacy Morning’. I know I have given you some persuasive
writing to do but I wanted to let you know about a poetry competition that you
The Young People’s
Poetry Prize 2020 competition is to celebrate the work of the Cornish poet
Charles Causley. It aims to encourage and enable young writers to have a go at
writing poetry themselves.
To inspire the
young poets of the future to write their own poetry, this year’s theme for the
competition is ‘Environment’.
The competition is
free to enter and open to all young people aged between 5 and 18 years old.
Poems will be judged by Patrick Gale and a panel of poetry judges with prizes
awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place in each category. Deadline for entries is July 31st 2020.’
Here is a link to
the website for more details, including the entry form. https://causleytrust.org
I have been
wondering how you are getting on with your home learning pack. You are all very
welcome to send me pictures of your work or the other exciting activities that
you have been up to. If your parents give their permission, I could post some
of your pictures on to our Colorado Class page on the school website.
Alternatively, you could send me a message to let me know how you are getting
I am thinking of
you all and hoping that you’re all feeling happy and enjoying the sunny weather.