We have reached the end of a very difficult term. Thank you to all the parents for your support and for all your hard work over this time, It's been lovely seeing some of you coming back into school. I have enjoyed speaking to you and receiving emails of all your lovely work. This week to end the term we will be doing fun summer activities. Hope you a have a lovely summer break and hopefully we will all be back together in September.
Over the next few weeks some children will be coming into school and some will remain learning from home. We will not be able to give children reading books to take home however we would like you to continue reading with your child. Oxford Owl is a brilliant resource that you can easily access from home. Click on the link below.
You will need to register first by clicking on log in then not registered yet and enter an email and password. When that is done you click on Oxford owl for home and then free ebook library. You can access books by either age, levels or series. There are loads of fantastic books including Oxford Reading Tree and Read Write Inc books we use in school. Thank you parents for your continued support!
Tracy is now 6 years old. Hope you had a lovely birthday.
Mrs Jones will be growing kidney beans next. You will need:
Kidney bean seed
Mrs Jones’s cress all grown and she put it in a delicious salad. Send me a picture of the cress you have grown. firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to all the parents who have been supporting their children doing activities at home this week. It’s been lovely speaking and emailing you and I’ve enjoyed receiving your work. Keep up the good work and stay safe everyone.
Happy birthday to Oliver Summers who celebrated being 6 a couple of weeks ago.
Below are the Read Write Inc sounds and rhymes you have been learning in school.
Blending or red ditty groups - set 1 sounds.
Green, purple or pink groups - set 2 sounds.
Orange, yellow, blue and grey groups - set 3 sounds.
I will be setting you new sounds and words every Monday Tuesday and Wednesday.
There are also words to read and spell to match each sound. If you are unsure what sounds you are working on drop me an email. email@example.com
Check out your daily tasks for your sound of the day.
Hi everyone hope you have had a lovely Easter break and you are all well and staying safe. I will be updating our class page with fun activities for you to do at home. Our topic this term is Round and Round the Garden.
I will be putting activities and tasks relating to this topic weekly Every Monday. Please continue reading, practising letter formation, sentence work and numbers. There are lots of useful sites to support your learning so please use the links below.
Week beginning 20.04.20
Click on link below to learn your RWI sounds. There are lots of fun videos for you to take part in while learning your sounds and words.
Click on link below and put in your usernames and passwords to access the books and activity I’ve allocated for you.
Click on link below enter your username and password to access maths games. This week we are focusing on 1 or 10 more/less. Make it fun and play lots of games.
Click on link below for fun creative daily activities to do with your child.
Remember if you have any problems accessing websites or logging into your accounts you can write me a message on our teams page. Quick reminder below on how to do it.
Also you can email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Look forward to hearing from you all soon.
Mrs Hughes 👍
Education at Home
Work packs have been made available for all children. I hope you find them beneficial. Can I just remind you of the following websites.
The children have been given usernames and passwords for their account on the active learn website. It is a great resource that helps them to revise and practice their maths skills that have been taught in class.
The aim is that they play different Maths games and earn themselves rewards. The games will be differentiated and set at your child's level. Could you please encourage your child to play these games on a regular basis.
All children have been given passwords and usernames for this website. It allows all children to access a variety of fiction and non-fiction books to read.
If you'd like to access links to enhance your child's learning at home you can use free Twinkl resources that are available to all parents. You simply have to create an account and use the code which is CVDTWINKLHELPS.
All children have also been provided with their HWB password and username which they can log onto to access a whole variety of work eg J2E, Microsoft word, powerpoint, EXCEL etc.
Don't forget you can access a wealth of resources on BBC Bitesize KS2, BBC Primary, Topmarks, Brain Pop etc There are lots of very good websites available.
Please stay safe and look after yourselves
See you soon