Google Classroom Pupil Guide

Google Classroom is an exciting piece of software that allows us place learning online!

In order to help the children access this easily, Mrs Graves has prepared a document that will help the children get on to Google Classsroom!

Please click on the link below

Pupil Step-by-step Guide to Accessing Google Classroom from Home

 

Another week completed!

Well done to everyone in Year 5 for trying their hardest to complete learning during this uncertain time. You are all making Mrs. Keegan and myself very proud to have you in our (virtual) classes. It has been lovely being able to speak to some of you and keep up all your good work.

I would like to give a special shoutout to Jenson in 5K for his dedication to google classrooms and it was lovely to hear from his mum about how proud she is of him for being very grown up and setting himself a daily routine. It is great to hear how resilient you are Jenson!

Have a fabulous weekend year 5. Happy Friday!

Friday!

Goodmorning everyone!

It is Friday! Another week has flown by and it has been lovely to see a lot of you log on online and complete the tasks and send me messages. Well done to everyone for trying their hardest. Your learning is online and ready for you to access so keep up the good work. Its nearly the weekend!

Good morning!


Good morning 5/6! On google classroom your Easter challenges have been added (with prizes to be won). Please have a look, I’d love to see as many of you as possible get involved! Whilst tomorrow is the start of your Easter holidays and you very much so deserve a break, I would love it if you could still check in on a morning so I know you are all safe and well. I care about you all very much and I am only an email away. I would love for you to send me daily emails/submit to google classroom with your challenges.
So please keep in touch and stay safe!
Shout out to Charlie J for this beautiful rainobs he has displayed!

Meet the polar bears at YWP!

I know 6B loved learning about Polar bears as one of our class  animals in our autumn high energy expedition. Well now you can see them up close and personal live on Facebook today! Please ask an adult up if they can put it on for you and sit and watch with it with you. If you watch it, I’d love it if you could send me anything you learn, it looks very exciting! 

Good morning!

Good morning my lovely lot! I hope you are all safe and well! Today, your challenge is to head over to Mrs Graves’ blog and participate in her challenge. I would really like to see as many of you as possible get involved (I’ll award 2 shop credits for everyone that does).
Also, check out Mrs Ogle’s post on the front page and get involved in that too! (A further 2 shop credits for participating in that). I’m counting on my 5/6’s to be the top phase for getting involved! We can do it!

Song Challenge

https://youtu.be/CVgrp_Ay4Kw

How about getting your vocal chords warmed up and taking part in our song challenge?

We would like to join in with Andrew Lloyd Webber’s challenge to sing Any Dream Will Do and see our children perform the song.

So, can you practise the song ‘Any Dream Will Do’ from Joseph using the youtube backing track (link shared on this blog) and then get your grown up to film you performing it.

Send your videos to agraves@ploverschool.co.uk and we will make a compilation, as well as share with Andrew Lloyd Webber! (Grown-ups – Please only send videos if you are happy for your child to be seen online.)

Not sure of the words? Here is a link to the lyrics! https://www.stlyrics.com/lyrics/josephandtheamazingtechnicolordreamcoat/anydreamwilldo.htm

 

 

Good morning!

Good morning Year 5. Today is the first day of April, and it feels like March has flown by. Traditionally on the first of April we participate in April Fools Day, where jokes and safe pranks are played. I think if you decide to do any jokes or pranks this year it would be great to share them to bring a bit of cheer to this gloomy day!

Your work is also ready to go on google classrooms and please don’t forget to check in!

Thanks 🙂