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Colorado Home Learning w/c 13 July 2020

Additional maths

French

Plans


Betsy

You have produced some good work at home and you have continued to work hard in school too.  This week you did some wonderful writing linked to ‘The Diary of a Killer Cat’ and you wrote it in the same style as the author. It was both entertaining and very funny.  Well done!


PSHE 13th July


RE 13th July 2020

Watch the video of Jonah and the Whale,

then have a think about God’s behaviour, and also Jonah’s.

Why did God punish Jonah?

How did Jonah feel at the end of this story?

If you were Jonah, what would you have done?


Colorado Class Home Learning Photos

Take a look at some of your Science experiments.

Oscar investigated sound.
Summer investigated flight.
Summer also made crystals.
Liam has enjoyed conducting different experiments.

Take a look at your art and design work.

Liam’s art work.
Oscar made this piece of art from natural materials.
Oscar made this pop-up book.
Oscar’s pop-up book.
Summer’s art work.

And here is some other work you have been up to.

Oscar has been working hard as usual.

Colorado Class Home Learning w/c 7th July

Additional Maths

Additional Literacy

History


RE 6th July 2020

Could writing a letter really help someone?

How might it make someone feel to receive a letter?

Whom might you write to?

What might you tell them?

Do you have a few spare minutes?

(A text or an email would also be fine, but let us know how you get on).


PSHE 6th July

Here is a pair of sunglasses. They are to decorate, cut out and wear. Use them to look back on your year, thinking about everything you have learned. Then take them off, give them quick clean, and use them to look forward into the future. What have you missed this year? What are you looking forward to?


Colorado Class Home Learning Photos

With only two weeks and three days to go until the Summer holidays, it is wonderful to see so many of you still remain committed with your home learning. I am super proud of you all for the work you have done and the effort you are putting in.

I am looking forward to seeing those of you who are returning to school next week. Even though many of you will not be in my ‘bubble’, I will try to see you and say “Hello!”, from a distance, of course!

Let’s take a look at what you have been up to this week.

Happy birthday, Oliver! You celebrated your birthday at the seaside, but it was a bit wet so you ate your pizza in the car! We all hope you had a wonderful day!

You have enjoyed the French work.

Alex
Scott
Scott

You have enjoyed learning about the round houses at Must Farm.

Alex’s round house picture.
Oscar’s round house.
Sonny’s round house.

A few of you have been enjoying partaking in sporting events.

Congratulations to Liam on winning another Athletic event, the triple jump.
Liam and his brothers had a Sports Day together.
Oscar created his own sports day.

Look at what Oscar has been up to.

What an awesome picture, Oscar!
Look at Oscar’s amazing bag!

Here is Hannah hard at work.

Look who has been helping her!
Hannah has had a make over, doesn’t she look nice!

Liam has had a great week, this week.

Liam has been reading the Harry Potter books on his new Kindle.
Liam has been practising playing his trumpet.

Scott has enjoyed learning about plastic pollution this week.

Look at what Sonny has been up to.

Look at the bag he made!
Well done, Sonny. We are proud of all the work you have done this week.

Callum has also been busy with his work this week.

This bag looks incredible! Well done, Callum, you are so clever!

Ted has been busy making treasure maps on Purple Mash.


PSHE – Service; wc 29th June

On Friday 3rd July, it’s International No Plastics Day.  Wow!  What might this me for you and your family?  Although lots of plastic things are useful, many are not; and many are single-use.Spend a bit of time looking at the poster and web site, and discussing with your family how you might reduce the plastic you use.  How might you change things, in a way that you can all manage?