Class Teacher: Miss Smailes | Teaching Assistants: Miss Swan and Mrs Finnigan
Well what a year! You have all been such a fabulous class to teach and I am incredibly proud of how we have begun to adapt to the new normal! Some of you have come into school throughout the holidays and the duration of lockdown to continue your learning and show us you can be safe and sensible as our lives continue to alter. You have become so resilient and strong through this; this time isn’t anything we will forget soon.
I enjoyed getting emails from some of you about all that you’re doing at home. If you wish to continue to send me notes on how you’re doing over the summer holidays, you can —> email@example.com
For those of you who are moving up to year 5/6, I have met with Mrs Clark to discuss all of your needs to ensure you have a flying start in September. For those staying with me, I cannot wait to see you again soon!
The summer reading challenge has already begun and the theme this year is reading funny books. Have a look at the link and get yourself involved with the reading challenge over the summer https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/
Start the challenge by playing the games https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/games
Scroll down for your activities this week. If it is new, it will be in blue.
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Stay safe – Miss Smailes
This is a very important topic, especially when we are working at home. I am going to be putting on a series of videos and activities for you to complete during the week with your parents.If you have any safeguarding concerns about internet safety please contact Mr Kelly or Mrs Clark.
This is the last activity before the holidays
Monday 13th July
Being kind online
Monday 6th July 2020
RWI lesson times: Set 1 – 9.30am; Set 2 – 10.00am; Set 3 – 10.30am
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Monday 20th July 2020
We are now looking forward to September and when you come back you will be doing place value as the first maths topic. You could revise your KS2 knowledge of this topic by revising the Y3-Y5 work. It would also be good to do some of this over the holiday.
Friday challenge: Premier League football maths
Click this link for great home learning lessons from NCETM
This link takes you to great home learning lessons from iseemaths
Click here to watch the PE challenge!
We are looking for the most improved children in this challenge to go on our leaderboard. This starts with filling in the form below:
Oak National Academy – Here is a link to online learning recommended by the government:
Should your child have to stay at home please click on this link to access curriculum materials that have kindly been shared by Robin Hood Multi-Academy Trust:
Maths Mastery home learning. Find the year 5 and 6 sections.
Find the year 4 and 5 sections here: Maths Mastery
Find your child’s age group and there are a huge array of activities children can engage with at home so their learning does not suffer unduly.
Spring Term Notices
Watch us play the Mars Ostinato from Gustav Holst’s ‘The Planets’:
Activities in class
For Children’s Mental Health Week, we took on a bravery challenge and played I’m A Year 4/5 Get Me Out Of Here!
In January, we were lucky to have the superstar player Darren Stephenson and Vernon the Bear visit us from Stockport County!
We learnt about healthy eating, regular exercise, and what it was like to be a football player 100 years ago.
Thank you to Stockport County for a fantastic morning in class; see you at the match in February!!