Weekly Home Learning: Term 6:
"Try to be a rainbow in someone else's cloud." - Maya Angelou
Here we are on the last week of this term's home learning. You are all superstars to have made it this far and we are very proud of you all and all the learning you have been a part of so far. You have one more week to follow the planning on the website and then we have the Summer holidays. Keep calm and carry on!
We hope you have loved coming into school and hope you enjoy this week too. Mrs Wheeler has been lucky enough to spend time with you and we are sorry not to have been able to. We miss you all so much.
Thank you for the school year we did have with you and we know your new teachers are lucky to be working with you all in September. Enjoy sharing your new skills with them.
Have fun holiday times, whatever you might be up to. We cannot wait to see you all in September.
With our very best wishes for the last week of term,
Mrs Speed and Mrs Sinclair
All primary schools in our Trust are now providing the same core home learning offer for our children. This includes some teaching videos made by leaders in the Trust which we hope your child will find supportive and engaging. Our expectation is that your child will try to complete as much of this daily learning as they can. However, we completely understand that, at times, this may not be possible.
Home Learning Resources:
WB 13.07.2020: Year 3:
Y3 Parents: Please email Mrs Speed or Mrs Sinclair with these examples of your child's work:
- Literacy - Lesson 4 - SPAG (subordinate clauses)
- Maths - Lesson 2 - Add and subtract capacity
WB 13.07.2020: Year 4:
Y4 Parents: Please email Mrs Speed or Mrs Sinclair with these examples of your child's work:
- Literacy - Lesson 4 - SPAG (adverbials)
- Maths - Symmetrical figure
Are you finding this English and Maths learning tricky? If so, click here for something that develops your skills.
Virtual School Games
If you would like to be involved in the West of England 2020 Virtual School Games, completing a challenge each week and
submitting your scores , please click here to be involved.