Friday 17th July
Wednesday 15th July
Spelling - week commencing 6th July 2020
Tuesday 23rd June
Monday 22nd June
Friday 19th June
Tuesday 16th June
Please note that the timetable for children in school is running differently to the timetable for home learning in a few places. This afternoon we will be doing spelling, handwriting and some mindfulness and well being activities.
Week 8 - 8th-12th June
We hope you have had an amazing half term, were able to enjoy the nice weather and had a bit of a relax!
Mr Whitehead and Mr Odell are in school this week and are looking forward to welcoming many of you back with us next week!
This week's French will be the first week in which we use a new resource. There are instructions on the the daily planning sheet.
Wednesday 10th June
We hope you have enjoyed arts week and VE week. Mr Whitehead and Mr Odell really loved seeing all of your hard work on Seesaw! This week we return to a normal week with Maths and English in the morning and topic, music, PE, science and French in the afternoons.
Have a great week!
Week 6 - 11th - 15th May - Art Week
This week all your afternoon lessons are art based. There are a variety of different tasks and activities for you to do. Please read the overview for the week first, so you can see some ideas of what to do each day.
There are suggested tasks for you to do each day, but if you would rather pick a different activity you can. Only pick one activity to do each day.
Remember to upload your work to Seesaw and share your work with your friends and family. We can't wait to see what you all create!
Monday 4th May - VE Day Theme Week
This week is slightly different for you. We were planning a themed week with different activities for us being in school, so we have decided to give you a 'theme week' this week.
Here you will find different tasks for the week, which you can do in any order (Please read the information document 1st as there are a couple of thing you need to see first before you complete the tasks). You also have you usual weekly spellings and handwriting tasks. We would love to see what you do, so please upload to Seesaw if you can.
Welcome back to Week 4 of our ‘at home learning tasks.’ We hope that you are well and enjoying the tasks. This week we are doing things a little differently in response to your emails. We have posted the whole weeks work today (Monday) so that you can see in advance if you need to gather any resources etc. Any problems please use SeeSaw to message us and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Keep an eye out for a special treat from the Teachers
Enjoy your tasks!
Week 4 - 27th April - 1st May
Week 4 Spellings
Please take a second look at the Science PowerPoint of Metamorphosis.
The problem with the links should now be solved - Mr Odell
Thursday 2nd April - Week 2 Day 4
Please take a second look at the Science PowerPoint, hopefully I've sorted out the problem with the links.
Monday 23rd March - Day 1
Please see the attached information sheet for details of today's work.
Today there will be English, Maths, Topic and this week's spellings.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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