Hello St James,
I received a really good idea from one of our Year 6 pupils regarding the use of the Zoom App.She is using it for a gymnastics class and wondered if it was something you could all use.
As with everything at school, please remember to ask your parents’ permission and to stay safe when using anything online or via social media.
If you have any other ideas you would like to share, please email me at the school address: email@example.com
Hi year 2.
We hope you are all staying safe and enjoying some family time at home. It is a big change not teaching you every day but I know you’ll be doing well and helping out your families. Remember we are all a little out of our normal routine so we can’t do some of the things we’d normally like. I’ve been keeping in touch with friends and family through video chat and telephone calls. It just means we can’t see each other for a little while. If you want to stay in touch and let us know what lovely learning you’ve been doing, remember you can do this through the email address.
In my house, Bam is loving having us around for extra cuddles and I’ve been training him to follow some new commands. His hair is all curly and long because the salon cancelled his puppy cut! He’s even been trying to get his paws on my laptop to send you some work!
I’ve listed some activity ideas for over the holidays but remember you don’t have to do these, they are optional. You might want to do other things that you are more interested in over the break or just have a rest. Maybe start your own learning or writing about something that you’ve been wanting to do for a while and haven’t had the time? Remember to get daily fresh air and exercise too!
Mrs Hudson and I are thinking of you and wishing you a lovely Easter holiday with your families. Stay safe.
We hope you have had a good week and have enjoyed doing some phonics, reading, writing and maths. Play is also a great way to learn especially when you are 4 and 5. Have been building with Lego? Doing a jigsaw? Playing with your brothers and sisters? Exploring in your garden? Role playing with Superheros and Barbies? Looking after your dolls? Kicking a football? Riding you bike or scooter? Building a train track? There are so many thing you can do and we know how much you all love to play and make a mess!
As it is now the Easter holidays we have attached some fun Easter activities for you. Reading is really important so we hope you have enjoyed using the reading buddy at home and keep it up over the next two weeks.
Hopefully the Easter Bunny will come and visit you all and bring you some chocolate treats!
We would love to see what you have been doing at home. Tapestry is still up and running and Mrs Honey can access it from home and school. If you would like to upload photos and comments of what you have been up to Mrs Honey can write a message back to you!
We hope you are all staying safe and taking care of everyone in your house. We still miss you very much and can’t wait until we see you again!
Mrs Honey, Mrs Watson and Miss RobinsonEaster Phase Two Tricky Words
Here are a few activities for over the first week of the Easter Holidays. If you wish to take part, remember to submit any Easter egg competition photos by the end of the week so they can be added to next week’s blog!
Please see attached the planning for Year 1 children for the week commencing 06/04/2020.
This week it is based on the theme of Easter. We hope you are all staying safe and have a peaceful Easter with your families.
We miss you and remember don’t eat too much chocolate!
Miss Reilly and Miss Holmes xx