Year 3 and 4 are working hard to get ready for their performance of ‘The Rocking Romans’ which will be on our website all about the Romans. To help children prepare for this, you might like to practice the songs at home (lots of the children have been asking).
Please find a link above to the songs. We will be singing songs 1, 2, 3 and 8 from the list on the web page.
Hello Year 3 and 4 adults!
The time is nearly upon us to start thinking about Christmas in school. Many children and adults ask us about cards. Due to the current situation, we have thought about how best to go about the giving and receiving of cards in school this year.
This year, please only send cards to children in your year group bubble (eg 3S and 3T or 4G and 4L).
From December 1st, children can bring cards and place them in the year group post box. This will be in their classroom. Cards can be dropped in any day up until 11th December.
On 11th December, the post box will close and no further cards can come into school. This will mean all cards will enter a period of quarantine. On Tuesday 15th December, all cards will be given out.
Please ask a member of the 3/4 team if you have any further questions.
Thank you for your support in helping to enjoy the joy of giving and receiving cards, whilst keeping everyone safe.
Good morning Key Stage One 🙂 I cannot believe this is the last day of school! And what an odd last day of school it is.
On behalf of myself, Miss Lister and Miss Topliss I just want to say a MASSIVE well done for all your hard work over these strange times. As a Key Stage One Crew we have kept each other going and we are all so proud of you.
Please continue to stay safe and have a fantastic summer, you truly deserve it!
Here is a quiz for you to have a go at today.
There are 15 pictures, all close up, can you guess what the pictures are.
*clue: they’re all to do with summer!
Good morning 🙂 here is a little maths quiz for you to have a go at today. Share your score with me, let me know how you got on.
Good morning current Year 1’s!
I hope you are all doing ok.
As you know, transition in school has been unable to happen in the way we would have liked this year. As a result, I know that you might be feeling a little more anxious about moving into Year 2 than usual. To try and help with this, I have arranged a short, online Google meeting that you are welcome to attend just so that you can have a chance to see me and put a face to a name (there will be a chance for your Parents and Carers to meet me properly during the first week back).
I will be offering 2 chances to meet me this morning. There is no need for you to be in both meetings so please only plan for one of the times! I have included the meeting code below. The times are either 9.30am or 11.30am.This is not meant to be scary in any way. If you simply say hello and maybe one thing you like or might be looking forward to, then this is all that is needed.
I hope this is useful to you and look forward to seeing you later this morning. If you are not able to attend, or don’t wish to, then enjoy your summer break and I look forward to meeting you in September.
EDIT: Thank you to everyone who was able to join me this morning. It was lovely to see some new faces and begin to learn some names. I also want to thank those who have emailed me a piece of writing to say hello. I really enjoyed reading them. I have now removed the link from above as there are no more meetings planned. Have a fabulous summer and I will see you all in September.
Myself as maths.
Today I want you to create a some maths equations all about yourself, here is mine as an example.
I am 17 + 10 years old.
I have 0 x 0 pets.
My birth date is 9 + 20.
My birth month is 69 – 61.
My shoe size is 2 x 2.
My favourite number is 50 – 21.
My whole name has 7 x 2 letters.
I have 10 – 9 sister.
I am excited to teach Year 4 + 0.
Can you now create your own and share with a friend to work out?
You could even share this with your new teacher for them to get to know you 🙂
Good morning, here is your English learning for today.
I would like you to create your own little year book. You can either draw your year book or write in your book, it is completely up to you.
These are things I would like you to have a think about:
- Who your friends are.
- Any school trips you enjoyed this year. Which was your favourite?
- A funny moment this year. What really made you laugh?
- Achievements. What are you most proud of?
- Your favourite thing about school.
- Your favourite expedition this year.
- What will you miss the most?
You can share your year books with firstname.lastname@example.org for me to have a look at, I look forward to seeing what you have enjoyed about school this year.
Here is the answers to today’s maths learning.
And the culprit is Sean!
Did you guess correctly?!
As this school year comes to an end, we start to think ahead to next year. Our children have been informed who their teacher is going to be next year, had the chance to find out a little bit about them and are hopefully writing about themselves to share with their new teacher.
School restrictions during Covid-19 have made it impossible to complete the transition activities we would normally put in place to support your child with their move to their new class, however we would like to offer all children the opportunity to meet with their new children ‘virtually’.
We have arranged Google Meets on Thursday and Friday with all of our teachers. We have tried where possible to offer two times to avoid clashing times with classes and to provide some choice – children do not need to join both Google Meets.
Meeting joining codes will be shared via email and Google classroom.
Click the link to view the days and times: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tfv2Xbpmw3cGba6rKBKluoYx4YKI7Q0svF1gcqm0nPk/edit?usp=sharing