Our teacher is Mrs Alberts and our TA's are Mrs Davey and Mrs Price.
Our topic this term is about the United Kingdom.
Hello Class One,
I hope you all had a wonderful half term, we have been so lucky with this glorious weather.
I went into school yesterday and helped set up, the decking is nearly finished it just needs the most important part (the slide)!!!
It's been lovely to receive pictures over half term, you continue to have wonderful experiences in this beautiful part of the country.
I've also liked going on flat teacher day trips, keep sending them through, it makes me smile as I wish I was in school with all of you now.
This is the best term in my opinion, the fun term, were we recap everything we have learnt, have adventures outside,enjoy the weather and the sunshine makes you all grow and blossom!
Keep doing your best with your home learning, even a small amount makes a difference.
This weeks home learning is outlined below-
Hi Class One,
I have made a mini avatar of myself and attached some ideas of fun things we could do together.
I miss you all lots and thought you could take me on some of your half term adventures.....
If you have a printer, print me, cut around me and let me join in your fun!
I've attached a letter, avatar and another document below!
Safe stay x
Hello Class One,
Another week has flown by and we are now in our final week before May half term, Mrs Davey, Mrs Price and I want to say just how proud we are of you all, we have been sent fantastic work over the last few weeks and most importantly you all look happy and healthy!
We went into school last week and had a tidy up, it was very strange, the calendar still said March! It was lovely to be back in school, not only to see each other and share our news from lockdown but school feels like our second home!
Work for the week-
Mrs Davey has read another story. We hope you all enjoy listening to it.
The amazing Mrs Davey has read Freddie and the Fairy by Julia Donaldson. We hope you enjoy it.
How are we in May already, as we start the 5th week of home learning and the 7th week of not being able to see any of you, just know that we all miss you so much and would much rather be in school, watching you thrive and develop!
I've been out exploring my local area this week, like you are in your homework menu! I came across lots of beautiful bluebells!
Below this blog are the resources for the home learning for the week beginning the 4th May 2020. As always, please feel free to complete as much or as little of the work as you can. The best thing you can do is to read regularly, practise times tables using TT rockstars, or practise phonics on phonics play or anything you find fun.
You do not need to print out any of the resources, discussion around the questions and using any paper at home is, of course, fine.
The maths this week again uses White Rose. The link to the home learning is here. From next week, the White Rose team are changing the way the home learning looks. School have subscribed to the premium resources and so from next week, the resources and worksheets will be with the files below the blog. This week, everything you need is on the website.
As always there is a comprehension task and the spelling list is at the top of the blog.
The writing task has again been chosen from Babcock and is designed to last a week. Please feel free to carry on from last week's if you would like to.
The homework menu is also at the top of the blog!
We miss you all lots and thought we would add some pictures of what we have been doing in lockdown!
Mrs Davey has been making bread and gardening!
Mrs Price has been very clever, she’s put down new decking and a patio!
I have been busy writing reports, baking cakes, bread and cookies and doing lots of gardening!
I have even managed to get my cat Spock involved with some school work!
I’ve also been growing lots- beans, potatoes, onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, red peppers, strawberries, rhubarb, raspberries and blueberries!
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