Watch the video and see if you can follow the steps to success.
Never be without loo roll again
Wonderful thank you from class three children, thank you for organising you certainly made us all smile.
A heart felt thank you to all of the courageous, hard-working key workers up and down the country. By Class 3
Come on get lost in a good book!
What emotions have you felt in the last week? Draw them or write them down and send them in to Mrs Hedley. Be as creative as you can.
Why we Stay at Home, Suzie Learns about Coronavirus
A relaxing paper folding activity
by Dr Seuss. Published by Penguin Random House LLC (1960)
By Brian Moses, from 'I wish i could Dine with a Porcupine.' Published by Hodder Wayland
By Lynley Dodd. Published by Puffin Books
By Rachel Bright. Published by Orchard Books
Where would you like to live? By Carson Ellis. Published by Walker Books
By Agree Chung. Published by Macmillan Children's Books
We all have to learn new things. Jesus had to teach the people to pause and pray.
Are you feeling lost? Have you lost something? Come and reflect with us today.
Let’s journey into the value together
Let’s journey into this value together
This week is all about strength and flexibility exercises. You can also have a try at the baby shark abs challenge on YouTube. This is great for core strength. https://youtu.be/LurCQ9XGkt0
Here is an example of a routine you can do. You can use this one or make up your own.
Make up a routine using the criteria set. Only work within your ability. Enjoy.
Challenge two - Jumps, leaps and linking them together. Remember to warm up, stretch and cool down at the end. Only work to your ability to ensure you keep safe. Have fun!
Lockdown Gymnastics. Remember to always warm up and cool down. Please only do what you can to keep safe and within your ability. Have fun and enjoy!
Design a poster warning people to be on the lookout for a highly dangerous object.
Have a look at the cover of our book and draw me what you think might happen - either beginning/middle/end or a story path. What you think might happen - it is a guess, a prediction.
I have attached the sheet under Class 1 page on website. Please upload completed work to Tapestry
Have a look around the house and see if you can find some things that are heavy and some things that are light. I have included a sheet of objects under Class 1 Page for you to sort. If you want to find your own bits and make a collection that would be great! (Please upload competed work to Tapestry)
We loved learning and performing this wonderful poem to celebrate harvest!
In class 4 we wanted to link our music work through playing the ukulele and a celebration of Harvest. Sit back and enjoy.
When you step out to try something new, be kind to one another, have courage and persevere until you are in the swing of things!
Even when times are difficult there is always room to be grateful. Listen to this fabulous list from two of our children in our Critical Worker Hub.
What gives you joy? This clip explores joy in our environment
This is a short instructional video to show you how the children set up their personal seesaw account at home. It is important every child is able to do this, as it will be where teachers will be setting/uploading school work and communicating with the children over the coming weeks.
You can read anything aloud, we had some fun in History club this week finding the worst stories in the Horrible History books! YUCK!
What a wonderful experience when class 4 pupils joined with class 1 to read and share some books. Reading a story is great but even better when shared.
Looking at how we change style over time and God loves us our individuality. Creative Value.
There are a wide variety of jobs even within our small community. We love to see people of all ages smiling. Help us inspire our children to aim high and do what they love!
When God asks you to do something but it takes time for you to do what Is asked of you! Super adaption of the Out of the Ark version of Jonah and the Whale by our KS2 Drama Club. Enjoy!
What numbers go together to make 10??
We have been looking at where number 10 will go on a number line … is it always in the same place??
Children have been learning their doubles up to double 10 and we then use this knowledge to help us solve sums. We are trying to use “what we already know”
What to do when subtracting fractions that include whole numbers.
Subtracting fractions are similar in method to adding.
Not sure what to do when adding fractions with whole numbers ?
Use this help video to add fractions that are not the same !
Use this help video to add fractions with the same denominator.
Written and performed by Class 3 (year 4)
I enjoyed listening to our Year 4 children drumming this morning they all were focused and able to swap rhythms. Well done crazy kids
We turned back the clock to 1940s wartime Britain and enjoyed taking part in a rich variety of activities and games. To add to the experience, the children dressed up and I’m sure you will agree that they all look fantastic! A brilliant day that presented many exciting learning opportunities for us all.
A wonderful experience when class 1 and class 4 joined together to share a story.
A wonderful celebration of the joy of poetry, from the lyrical to the comic to the anthemic!
Listen to Kate as she explains how reading can have a huge and long lasting impact on writing. Reading opens up a whole world of opportunity and it’s impact can be felt in many ways.
This young man (who is only 5) made me smile today with this story. I love how accurate he is and how he corrects himself without prompting. Super learning!
Working together is an important part of learning you need to: listen to others; say when you don’t understand; be kind when you disagree; explain things to help others and be tolerant.
To be a successful learner you need to persevere even when you feel like the task is too difficult, this is when the real growth happens. You will have a true feeling of success when you conquer a difficult task. You need to: work hard; practise lots; keep going; try new strategies; ask for help; start again and take brain breaks.
Learning to learn takes discipline. This video is about how to manage concentration and give your self the best opportunity to learn. Learning takes effort.
A wonderful live music performance celebrating music from around the world.
Thank you to Mrs Reincke for working with class 4 on their version of the Bayeux Tapestry linked to their work in history. What a fantastic experience for all of the children.
The children were set with the challenge to make a video to show how we can make a difference. It is the simple things in life that make the world better for everyone. This was made for our Harvest celebration. We used the song Do Something by Matthew West and used his video on YouTube as inspiration. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
Talk 4 Writing is very successful in the early years. The children remember whole stories through actions and rhythm and this impacts their personal writing. This piece is a please to watch!