I hope you all had a lovely weekend and for once the sun was shining!
As discussed last week, please find below a list of work I would like you to bring to school next week. If you can't find some of your work, please do not panic.
Please could you bring in the following:
Newspaper reports, including planning and draft copies.
Diary extract including planning and draft copies.
Acrostic poems including planning and draft copies.
Peter Thorpe abstract space art.
All of your maths (fractions and units of measurements)
All of your Science (light and shadows, space)
Plus all of your work for our current enquiry please.
Welcome to our final week of remote learning (fingers crossed)!
This week we are looking at converting units of measurements in our maths sessions and for English we will be learning how to use time conjunctions correctly in our writing.
We also will be continuing with our enquiry What is Fair? What is Trade?.
If you have not sent me your work from last week, please do as soon as possible.
Please do not forget to log in this afternoon for our guided reading session with Mrs Roberts. Then with me on Tuesday afternoon.
On the learning grid for today, in the afternoon, you will be making your character or object from your favourite book for World Book Day (Thursday). Please read the learning grid for all the information on what you could use etc. You can dress up for World Book Day too if you would like.
Wow! This week has flown by!
We only have 6 more online sessions and then you will be back in school. I cannot wait to see you all.
We have done some fantastic learning this week and I look forward to how you all can amaze me next week.
Thank you to those of you who were very prompt in sending me your English work. Most of you are able to use causal conjunctions accurately. Super Work!
Thank you for your super art work again.
Please remember to log into Teams at 1pm for your singing lesson with Mrs. Butlin. The words for this session are attached below. Please have them ready.
Well done for your perseverance in Maths, you are all doing fantastic!
We are continuing with our causal conjunctions in our English, so have your word mats at the ready!
Thank you for sending in some of your art work from last term. There were lots of great interpretations of Peter Thorpe's abstract art. I really enjoyed looking through them. Well done!
Our new enquiry will allow us to investigate the history, geography, science and moral and cultural aspects of Fairtrade. We have a lot to do in the six weeks of this term.
You have begun by researching were our fruit and vegetables originate and we will be using this information to help us understand what Fairtrade and the people involved are all about.
Tomorrow we will be continuing with our fractions and learning how to use causal conjunctions accurately in our English writing.
We have come to the end of the term. During this term I have learnt to share PowerPoints, videos (with sound) on teams. Learnt to teach you all remotely. Read and respond to your learning. Deal with 'technical blips' and most of all making sure you were all ok.
In return you have all adapted to remote learning, sending me your work, message me through chat when things weren't going so well, become more independent in your own learning and attend all of your sessions. You have all been amazing.
I would like to say a big thank you to all the parents for supporting your children and to the children for their commitment to their learning. With out your support my job would have been a lot harder this half term.
Please, sit back and relax, recharge your batteries you all deserve it.
See you all on the Tuesday 23rd February 2021.
We have made it to the end of the term. Well done Chaipel Class!
Tomorrow we are having a whole school assembly with Mrs Hillman. You have been sent a separate Teams invitation. This means you will have to leave our home learning session and re-join after the assembly. I will explain more in the morning.
POLITE NOTICE: I have attached an end of half term reflection which each class teacher is asking their children to complete. This is so that we can see how you have found our remote learning during this past few weeks and is a chance for you to share what you have enjoyed about learning online and share any ideas you may have so we can support you further when we return to remote learning on the 23rd February. Just email this back to me during half term so I can have a look through it and act on any concerns where possible.
I hope you all have a wonderful half term, please have a rest from using your devices. We return to remote learning on the 23rd February 2021.
I look forward to seeing you all at 9:30am.
Well done on your research for your planets today. You came up with some great facts.
Tomorrow we have singing in the afternoon with Mrs Butlin. We will also join Landaviddy Class and Talland Class. Please join Teams just before 1pm and have your microphone off and your video on. I am looking forward to seeing you all there. You will need all three of your song words ready and to hand.
For English we are creating and writing about our own planets. You'll have to get your thinking caps on and remember all the facts we have found out about the planets in our solar system and put them to good use to create your own. You have art in the afternoon where you will be recreating some abstract art by Peter Thorpe.
Well done everyone in maths today, I am seeing some great progress in all of your learning. Your guided reading sessions were brilliant too. Lots of VIPERS being used in your questioning and explanations.
Internet Safety day was great too. I loved discussing all what you know already and we shared some brilliant advice too.
I have attached the words for the three songs that you will need for the singing, which you will have received an invitation for on your teams, for Thursday afternoon.
We are inspired by the awe and wonder of the world.
We are bold and innovative in our approach to find new solutions to the challenges we face.
We are the best we can be.
We take responsibility for our actions in an environment of mutual respect.
We overcome all barriers to reach our potential, developing a capacity to improve further.
We are passionate about learning.
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