Here is the work for R.E. this week. We will be looking at what the tabernacle represents in more detail.
Here is the maths for this week. We are looking at length, distance and height. Attached is an extra activity if you wish to print it out or make your own version at home. The power-point is for Friday. The Sophie's Sunflower sheets says to measure in cubes, but you could measure with a ruler to use the unit cm or use lego pieces.
In School the theme is transition week. So you will find out which teacher your child will have and the work this week is to discuss their time in school and during lock-down and talk about next year in Year One. The topic activities are to be completed during the afternoons of the week. Attached also is the template for the literacy booklet to use to make your own or print it out and the medal template for one of the topic tasks.
Hi everyone, I've put the recording sheet for our virtual sports day. Please email your results back to Miss Turpin and myself or post them onto Tapestry.
Hello everyone, this week in school it is health week. I have attached a power point which includes something for each day. What we are doing at school can also be done at home! I have also attached some extra work sheets which we are using in class as provision activities if you want anything extra to get on with :)
Below is the maths work for the week, we are learning about capacity. I have also put some worksheets for filling in missing numbers, going over positional language and pictures of scenes to recognise 2D shapes. There is also a document about extra weight challenges you can do in the house. I have also made some extra challenges to link in with healthy living week. It is not compulsory, but they are active tasks to link in with the theme week.
Hi all, attached are two documents about some different P.E. challenges you can do each day to keep active. They are quick and fun to do and these would be lovely to see on Tapestry.
In this document are all of the early learning goals that your child has to get to achieve a good level of development. Use these as guidelines when working with your child during their literacy and maths lessons.
The children have been giving our class playground a good clean. They used the sweeping and painting brushes to wash down the walls and windows. They love getting wet and pouring the water around the playground.
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