Weekly Home Learning:
I will be taking time off from now to prepare (and possibly relax) before the arrival of our baby boy. It has been a pleasure teaching both Year 5 and Year 6 for their third school year at St Mary's with me as their teacher, and I look forward to hearing about all of your progress over the next academic year. I wish all the Year 6s good luck for Year 7, but I know all of you will thrive and make your way out into the world. I also know the Year 5s will 'smash it' in Year 6 - hopefully all under different circumstances. You have all blown me away these last few months; not one of you crumbled or gave up; you should all be very proud of yourselves. Thank you for making my first year in Year 5 and Year 6 a blast!!!
Mrs Wheeler will be taking over any morning briefing sessions (where she can) and will be replying to any emails and any other admin for Priory Class.
All my love. Mrs Scott. :)
Here are our Year 6 children sharing some positive images of their time spent learning at home, working with clay in the Conservation Area.
WB 13.07.2020 Year 5:
Y5 Parents: Please email Mrs Wheeler (email@example.com) with these examples of your child's work:
- Literacy - Lesson 4 - SPAG focus on modal verbs
- Maths - Lesson 4 - Time table
WB 13.07.2020 Year 6:
https://www.bathandwells.org.uk/supporting-children/school-effectiveness/pilgrim-days/virtual-pilgrim-days/ - Virtual Pilgrim Day for Year 6 children instead of going to Wells.
Y6 Parents of children who are not in school: Please email Mrs Wheeler (firstname.lastname@example.org) with these examples of your child's work:
- Literacy - Lesson 4 - SPAG focus on colons and semi-colons
- Maths - Lesson 3 - Read and interpret pie charts
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.
Still time to complete Week 1 challenge, the Speed Bounce!