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Transition Week home learning

Dear Parents and Carers,

Many of you will have received your child’s home learning pack for transition week in the post, and if you haven’t already, I know you’ll be eagerly waiting by the letter box!

If your child attends school in a bubble, they might have brought it home with them already. Also, children who are in school on a Monday or Tuesday will be given their packs in person.

For children who are attending school in the last week of term, there will be lots of time and support to complete the activities here at school. However, we still wanted you to have a copy of the activities so you could share in the experience and talk about it together at home.

We would really encourage you to share your home learning during transition week with your new child’s teacher/s. Some activities can be posted back to school in the envelope provided. Alternatively, sent a picture to them via email (new class teacher emails are included in the packs). Check out your new year group class blog for updates too!

Below are the packs for your information. We have tried (really hard!) to make sure the correct pack was posted to the correct child, but just in case one slipped through the net, here are the resources for you to access.

If you have any questions, or we can help in any way, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

FS2A to Y1M

FS2D to Y1P

Y1M to Y2F

Y1P to Y2B

Y2 to Y3

Y3 to Y4

Y4 to Y5

Y5 to Y6


Home learning week beginning 6th July

Hi everyone!

I hope you received our letter about leavers’ celebrations earlier. We’re very excited!

Wit this in mind your two days in school will be focused around leavers’ activities and transition. Then, your three days at home will be focused on your home learning pack, which is why there are three, not five, days of activities.

Just a reminder, bring a t-shirt for signing. Some children use their house t-shirt, or any light colour/white t-shirt works well.

Have a lovely weekend!

Mr A x1. Weekly plan of activities Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 German lesson

 

P.S. Here are the maths and German videos. I thought it was better to put in one place.

German:

 

Day 1:

Day 2:

Day 3:


Friday 3rd July

Happy Friday everyone! What a busy week it has been. It’s been great to see some of your brilliant efforts in home learning.

Here’s a PowerPoint that might help with today’s coordinates work.

coordinates


Thursday 2nd July

Here’s the maths video for Thursday (doing it early, so I can’t be late!).

Mr A 🙂


Wednesday 1st July

Here’s today’s maths video. Sorry I’m late!!

 


Virtual Sports Week – The Results!

Hi everybody,

Mr Flevill here! What an amazing effort from you all to make our ‘Virtual Sports Day’ a complete success. Well done to everybody who took part, every single point you earned made a difference in the final scores and there wasn’t much between the eventual winners and the 3 runner ups!

Thank you so much for all the videos, scorecards and pictures to help show how much fun you had. A big thank you to the teachers for their challenge videos and a huge well done to everybody who managed to beat their scores!

 

But, we all want to know who won. Watch the link and enjoy the video to find out …

 


Tuesday 30th June

Here’s today’s maths video all about the area of triangles.

Today is the last day of June 2020- make it fabulous.


Monday 29th June maths video

Hi everyone!

You’ll find this week’s work just below this post, if you’re looking for that.

If not, here’s today’s maths video. It’s really good for showing how to work out unknown sides of compound shapes.


Home Learning week commencing 29th June

Hi Guys!

Here’s your home learning for the week commencing 29th June.

Best wishes and take care,

Mrs Corrin, Miss Dewsbury and Mr Atkinson x

1. Weekly plan of activities

2. Monday 29th June

3. Tuesday 30th June

4. Wednesday 1st July

Wednesday German

5. Thursday 2nd July

6. Friday 3rd July

German video


Friday 26th June

Good morning year 6!

The PowerPoint here might be useful to help with your metric and imperial conversions in maths:

Metric and imperial conversion

 

I hope you all have a jolly lovely weekend, and I’ll see lots of you on Monday.

Mr A