Welcome back everyone, hopefully you have all had an enjoyable Easter?
We have got a new topic for this term that should be lots of fun for you to complete at home.
We have a website address for BBC Bitesize to share with you. The details are:
More Websites and Activities for you
Visit whiterosemaths.com/homelearning for weekly maths lessons and activities. Choose a year group (possibly 1, 2 or 3) and start on week 1.
themathsfactor.com are offering free membership, a great place to practise times tables.
Why not try 'The Body Coach Joe Wickes' work outs Monday-Friday 9am on Youtube!
worldofdavidwalliams.com has stories and activities for you to try.
Keep learning and stay safe.
We will be using Seesaw for home learning. Please sign in with your Home Learning code following the steps below:
1. Go to https://web.seesaw.me on a computer. Or install the Seesaw Class iOS or Android app.
2. Tap "I'm a Student"
3. Scan or type in your Home Learning code.
4. Post to your journal, respond to activities, and view class announcements.
5. Remember, this code is like a password. Keep it safe!
Your child can upload the work that they complete at home for your teacher to see and comment on.
Twinkl - www.twinkl.co.uk/offer
Twinkl is offering all parents a one month free trial to access all Twinkl resources. Follow the web link above. The Twinkl School Closure free access code is: PARENTSTWINKLHELPS.
We are a Resource Provision Unit and currently have 12 children and 5 adults in our class.
Mrs Browse is our class teacher and our teaching assistants are Miss Crawford, Mr Griffiths and Mrs Watson. Mrs Haywood and Miss Hughes job share.
Children are able to buy fruit (20p each) during the morning break.
Your child is also welcome to bring their own healthy snack into school.
Children will participate in PE lessons.
Your child will need:
Their PE kit will be kept in school until the half term holidays when it will be sent home to be washed.
The year 5/6 children will also be taking part in gymnastics and swimming at some point during the academic year.
A piece of homework that supports the work in class will also be sent home each week. This homework needs to be returned by Thursday each week. The pupils read daily in class with an adult but we also send home a school library book for you to share each evening with your child.
this is the first 4 letters of your first name followed by the first 4 letters of your surname
:this is your RM Maths password
Spring Term 2020
We started off the term by making dream catchers; we attached our aspirations to them and have displayed them on our class window.
We then talked about miracles and how we would like to change the world if we could. We decided that we would stop the fires in Australia, remove all the plastic from our oceans and also stop the polar ice caps from melting. Our collages show 'before' and 'after' pictures.
We then spent some time learning about and finding out how the bush fires in Australia have been destroying homes and habitats. We researched many of the different and unusual animals that come from 'Down Under'
We thoroughly enjoyed our preparations for celebrating Saint David's Day. We researched the life of Saint David using the i-pads and found out many interesting things. We also made Welsh cakes, love spoons and leeks!
Autumn Term 2019
We had a great Autumn Term full of lots of exciting activities. The highlight of the term was our visit to Bellis' Farm. We picked our own pumpkins and had fun in the Maize Maze!
We created shoe boxes for Teams 4 You to send to children in Romania so that they could enjoy Christmas.
We had lots of fun making Christmas craft too!
Our Christmas party was great fun!