We know some of you are still at home so there is some home learning below on this weeks star for you to do whilst you are off. We can't wait to see you soon and hope you are keeping safe and well.
If you haven't done this already then you could:
We have been learning the story of Jack and Beanstalk using lots of story language. Can you retell it to your grown up? See if you can put some adjectives in to make it a really good story. Maybe your grown up can add some adjectives to you story too. Can you remember last week when you thought up a different ending for the story about the Brigands? Can you make up a different story ending for Jack and the Beanstalk? Can your grown up think of a different ending?
Also in maths we have been counting in 2s and 5s. Keep practicing this forwards and backwards.
see you soon love Mrs Sanderson, Mrs Sharp, Miss Dunn Mrs Heape and Mrs Martin
Feel free to email us anytime on our class email address:
Miss Dunn's class: email@example.com
Mrs Sanderson/Mrs Sharp's class: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note to parents re home learning.
For all writing activities- please do not spell each word out for your child. Please leave them to write as independently as they can - holding their own sentences and writing their ideas. Please say words they cannot spell really slowly and exaggerate the sounds so they can listen and write all the sounds the can hear using their phonics knowledge (including digraphs). Please tell them a few HfW they do not spell correctly as they need to learn and remember these.
Spellings for this week are:
We are putting each week's spellings on our class page.
Week beginning 7.6.21
*You can use the arrow on the left to scroll through the new pictures.
Please see the following online safety link:
Hello to all our lovely children, parents and carers :)
Welcome to Week 8 of Home Learning. We can't wait to have you all back in school with us next week, we hope you are excited too! As always, Thank you so much for all the lovely emails and positive feedback we have been sent, it has been greatly received. Please remember we love to hear about all your wonderful home learning and it would be great if you could email us what you have been up to. There will be a weekly timetable inside the star with that week's date on for you to follow (this may have some links to learning on) and then please click on the daily stars to access the activities on the learning map for each specific day. The children are expected to complete as much of the learning set as possible, we do however appreciate it can be tricky and understand the pressures of remote learning so please be kind to yourselves 🙂. Please prioritise reading, phonics, english and maths tasks as these are the core subjects.
Any videos referred to in the stars are accessible on Streams through your child's Office 365 account. We hope this makes sense but as always if you have any questions please email us.
Also look out for the stories from your teachers under the book icon next to the stars. We hope you enjoy listening to them. Remember to watch Mrs Hoey's Year1/2 Reach for the Stars assemblies on the page with her name on too.
We hope you enjoy your learning. Thank you for all your support during these strange times
Stay safe, we miss you lots.
Love Miss Dunn, Mrs Sanderson, Mrs Sharp, Mrs Martin and Mrs Heape xxx
Whilst you are not in school please continue to practise reading and spelling of the 100 High Frequency words as much as possible as this is important and helps you read and spell.
We have already emailed your MyMaths and Numbots log in details to your child's email account. Please let us know if you have any trouble accessing this.
Half term challenge
Mrs Shenton (our art lead) is running a half term art and design project using this concept over half term. The children can email their photos directly at email@example.com to her. Please see the website below for the details:
Home Learning Spring Term
This is a good resource for support and ideas for parents to help with reading.
PE Challenge Spring Term
For PE we have set you a challenge to see if you can beat your personal best each week. Click the following link to see a demonstration of each activity:
To record your answers for each exercise please use the following sheet: