Hello everyone. Well done everybody for all your hard work again this week. It really has been amazing. Our certificates this week go to:
Margot in 1H Lexi in 1N Zak in 1P
Congratulations from all your teachers! We hope you have a lovely Bank Holiday weekend with your families and a lovely half term. We send our warmest wishes to those of you who are celebrating Eid and we hope you have a wonderful time. Have fun but stay safe and we look forward to being back with you for our on line learning on Monday 1st June.
Miss Hardy, Miss Morrison, Miss Newton, Miss Papa and Miss Sarwar
Today’s lesson is based on a story called ‘Attack of the Demon Dinner Ladies.’ You’ve got two video clips to watch and three activities to try.
You’re going to need a pencil and paper for some of the activities. Your first job is to answer some questions about the text, which you’re all very good at! Your second activity involves sequencing events, which you’re all great at!
Your last job is to write an advice bubble. When you give someone advice, it means you tell them what you think they should do. You’ve got to choose a character you’d like to advise, draw a speech bubble and write your advice inside to them. I’m looking forward to seeing your wonderful work! Your lesson is attached below.
It is Eid this weekend, which is a special time for lots of you! We have enjoyed celebrating lots of special times together, and I’d love to hear all about your upcoming Eid celebrations.
For today’s RE lesson I’d like you to create a celebration card. If you’re celebrating Eid, maybe you could make an Eid card for your family? If you’re not celebrating Eid, maybe you could make an Eid card for one of your friends? Or you could make a card for someone in your family, telling them why they’re special to you.
On behalf of all your teachers, I’d like to wish those of you celebrating, a wonderful Eid! We hope you have a lovely day with your loved ones. Eid Mubarak!!
Well done for another fantastic week of learning! In today’s lesson you’re going to continue learning about equal groups, and how to represent them. Throughout the lesson you’ll be asked some questions for you to discuss with your grown up. You’ll also have to decide whether some of the statements are true or false. Your lesson is attached below. Have fun!
This week is "well-being week" (Mental Health Awareness Week).
Looking after our minds is just as important as looking after our bodies and one way we can do this is by being KIND. Being kind to others makes us feel really good but we can also be kind to OURSELVES.
Today I want you to be kind to yourself by taking some time to do something that you REALLY ENJOY.
Here are some "feel good" activities you could do...
1. Watch your favourite film.
2. Get moving! Exercise makes us feel great - play some football, do some dancing, whatever you love to do best!
3. Relax by drawing or painting.
4. Do some baking.
5. Get building! Build something with Lego or do some junk modelling.
6. Get outside! Being outside makes us feel a lot happier - go and play in your garden or go for a walk with your family.
Today I am going to be kind to myself by going for a nice long walk. Then instead of doing all my house jobs, I am going to sit in my garden to read some of my book with a cup of tea!
What will you do?
I am really missing being able to see my friends and family whenever I want to at the minute. I am also really missing seeing all of you at school every day so I have decided to write you a letter. I have attached it for you to read!
I want you to write a letter to someone today, just like I did. You could write me a reply, you could write a letter to someone you are really missing in your family or even a letter to one of your friends from school. How about writing a letter to a neighbour on your street who is all on their own?
If your letter is to a friend from school and you post it on here, you might even get a reply from them!
Your work yesterday was fantastic! I bet you are getting much better at using the stem sentences to describe groups.
You have worked really hard on learning how to write a repeated addition expression so far. Today, your challenge is to look at a repeated addition expression and see if you can make what that would look like.
What would 10 + 10 + 10 look like? What about 3 + 3 + 3 + 3?
Look out for one of the number blocks in today's session too!
Today's challenge is to be as creative as possible and make a rainbow.