Here you will find all the things you need to keep learning at home during this difficult time. Log on each day to see the latest suggestions, to find links to great things you can do both online and off, to see photos of your friends at work at home, and examples of the work they are doing. Send us what you are learning before 9 am each day, and you may well see it here! Any great, interesting or original work or photos, any top tips, or even a joke of the day; just email me. Let’s share our learning and living experiences.
Keep safe, busy and smiling, everyone!
Well done to Belle, for being our Superstar of the Week (see the home page). It’s great when children are able to work so hard when they are both in school and at home, like Belle, over the week.
And a belated well done for a beautiful bag from our No Plastic Bags Day last week. I have even seen this bag being used!
A big well done to Thomas, who has been improving his typing and keyboard skills; very useful. We’re also proud of Zac, who has been ahead of the game, and finished his newspaper report, as he is in school next week.
Autumn has been really busy with some great multiplication and history; well done, Autumn.
Last week is your very last whole week of the school year. So please, let’s all have a final big push and send me your lovely work, from Monday through to Friday!
A massive well done to all home teachers, as well as home learners; we are now in the ‘home straight’! In this last week, it would be fantastic if children were to able to get their newspaper report finished (more on the planning sheet below) and to feel confident using written methods for multiplication and division. For science and history, we are aiming to ‘wrap up the learning’. For other foundation subjects, I know families have been either working from the plans from the start of this half-term (see planning sheet) or doing some of their own creative and physical activities.
We are proud of you, Belle, as you have worked so hard this week, both in school and at home. You work quietly, beavering away, and your work is always of a high standard. I was especially impressed with the accuracy of your long multiplication work.
What a great week we’ve had, and what a great day! Today was International No Plastic Bag day. Well done to everyone who looked on the websites, played the game and/or made a newspaper bag. They were trickier than they looked, weren’t they? And I’m afraid the in-school learners would NOT have earned enough to support their families. We found it quite an eye-opener. If you and your family would like to do more to help support initiatives like paper-bag making, then look at the link below.
Well done also to children who have been learning about friction in science and practising their athletics skills for PE.
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?
No Plastic Bag Day this Friday: here are some additional materials for the day. The game is great, if you are able to work with a partner. And it helps to be good at bag-making. I hope you have been saving those newspapers!
Half way through the week, and well done everybody, with those newspaper reports! From discoveries of a new planet to amazing cycle rides and lucrative lottery wins, I have had a great selection. Please continue to send these in to me. Next week we will be building up our knowledge and skills in writing newspaper reports. In the meantime, please read any newspapers or magazines you can get hold of and home. And on the subject of newspapers, do you have a few for No Plastic Bag Day on Friday?
Here is a great website, if children like to read their news online.