I notice many more of you are checking in and accessing the online learning.
I praise those of you who are completing all of the work set and submitting it to me.
I wonder if you are making sure that you give your eyes a regular break from devices?
Shout outs to:
Aisha, Cailey, Adam, Luca, Josh and Dominik for keeping me super busy all week.
All 6 of you have been absolute stars this week – Adam has even been ticking TGBs and spotting silly mistakes for me! 😉
Additional shout outs to:
Riley and Keanna for persevering when, at times, it’s been almost impossible for you to access the online classroom.
Have a fabulous weekend and keep smiling, Purple People Eaters!
Today, you are going to find out what Liam gets up to next in Cosmic. It won’t be long until you find out exactly how he managed to get himself on a rocket to space in the first place – I’m sorry I got overexcited and had to start reading ahead.
Maths brings you a timestables rockstars battle of the bands challenge – who will make it into the top 5? In addition to this, don’t forget there is also the my mini maths site and other online maths that you could do if you choose to do so.
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!
I hope you had a little bit of fun yesterday with it being April Fool’s Day.
Today’s maths is all about factors – what are they? Be sure to watch the video clip Miss Blackham has prepared for you and remember…there are many additional videos online if you need to look for more yourselves.
In English, it’s time to get creative and begin writing your story. I can’t wait to get myself lost in the worlds you create.
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 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!
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 email@example.com 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.)