You should have received your home learning packs today (19/3/20). These are to support the children with their home learning over the next two weeks. Over the Easter holidays, we will just be providing the usual online learning. If we are still closed after the holidays, the children will need to work through week 3's tasks and, on week 4, complete the booklet. If you have any questions, please contact me on email@example.com
For further information, please see the letter sent in the children's packs or click here.
All the children have been set up with an email address that they can use. The password for this Roth1234. Emails can be accessed using the following link https://www.office.com/
Below are some websites that might be helpful to you over this period:
David Walliams is reading some of his books aloud. Follow the link to see more: https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/
Carol Voderman's The Maths Factor is also currently free: https://www.themathsfactor.com/
We also have managed to get a trial of another maths online platform through the company that create Times Table Rockstars. The children can use their current TTR logins to get onto this. Please use the link to find the site: https://play.numbots.com/#/intro
Below is a video to explain a little about numbots:
I've signed up Yellow Class to classroom secrets kids. It is an online learning platform. I will email usernames/passwords and further details out to your child's email address. All usernames are 48356Child's first name and the passwords are Yellow. Please use the link below to access:
If you need some support for helping your child deal with the anxiety of the current situation - please feel free to download and use the following resources.
WRITER OF THE WEEK
Well done Logan for a great structure to his leaflet.
PUPIL OF THE WEEK
Well done Harley for working hard in every lesson.
Congratulations to Fallon for great researching skills when investigating Stonehenge.
Dates for your diary
6th Jan – Training Day – School Closed
7th Jan - CHILDREN BACK TO SCHOOL
9th Jan – Pizza Party – Autumn Term class attendance winners
10th Jan – Non Uniform Day for 96% Attenders
11th Feb – Safer Internet Day – activities to take place on Thurs 13th Feb
14th Feb - BREAK UP
24TH Feb - BACK TO SCHOOL
28th Feb – National Science Day
13th March – Free Pose School Photographs
W/C 23rd March – Mid Year Parent Consultation Meetings
1st April 3:30pm – 5pm Easter Disco
2nd April 1:30- 3pm Behaviour Reward afternoon
3rd April – Easter Assembly 9am
3rd April - BREAK UP
Yellow class have PE on Tuesdays and Fridays and swimming on Wednesdays for Y3s. Homework is given each Monday and X table tests are done every day of the week in their times tables books.
Children will be tested on their spellings on a Thursday and given new spellings for the next week.
Spellings for week 2 of home learning, click here.
Spellings for week 3 of home learning, click here.
Reading books and planners should be signed by adults and presented on Mondays and Thursdays.
Learn by Hearts: Your child will have been given a learn by heart set of facts on a Friday. They need to take this home, learn the facts and then bring their book back into school for the following Friday. Your child's maths teacher will test these facts and give the books back to the children to practise for an additional week.
WHAT HAVE WE BEEN LEARNING ABOUT
This week in Mathematics we are been looking at fractions of an amount.
In English we have looked at the features of an explanation text.
NEXT WEEK'S HOMEWORK
English: Please log in to purple mash to see what has been allocated for your homework this week.
Please see mathletics for your child's latest piece of maths homework.
Times tables homework books: 4 x tables
Completing on page 22
Place value maths games:
Google Interland Game about online safety:
OUR NEW TOPIC IS ...
Stone Age to Iron Age
This week we have been learning about the importance of Skara Brae.
For further information see:
In Science we have been investigating the process of evaporation.
Helpful links to support this are:
Please find some science experiments you could do at home related to our work on solids, liquids and gases by clicking on the link here.
In art, we are investigating cave paintings.
To go on a virtual tour of the Lascaux caves in France, click the link below:
Coronavirus - Home learning
Children need to complete four tasks a day as well as the following:
Reading book – 5 pages per day and summarise what you have read to an adult. If you do not have a school book to read, please choose a suitable book from home.
Purple Mash – 30 minutes - tasks will be assigned daily.
Bug Club – 15 minutes
Mathletics – 15 minutes - tasks will be assigned daily.
Timetable Rockstars – 15 minutes
A poem to help our children with the current situation: