Thursday 4th June, by Miss Beattie
Date: 4th Jun 2020 @ 8:46am
Good morning everyone and Happy Thursday!
How are you all this morning? I hope you are well and still smiling J
Click here for this morning’s video message – I decided to read you another silly poem this morning:
Did you enjoy the weekly challenge booklet I set for you yesterday? If you did, then look out for the next one on Monday J
What have you got planned for today? Have a look at our class timetable for some suggestions. I know so many of you are loving the daily maths and English lessons on BBC Bitesize and the Oak National Academy. If you want to have a look at these today, I will pop the links below:
Don’t forget how important daily reading and times tables practice is too. You could go on times tables rockstars or hit the button to kick start your brains this morning!
Remember if you need anything at all, including a new home learning pack, please do not hesitate to contact school via telephone or the admin email address: email@example.com
Have a lovely day and I will speak to you again tomorrow J
Miss Beattie and Mrs Esling xxx
Message from Mrs Powell:
Pause for Thought: Being Grateful
Click here to watch the following video: https://youtu.be/dilMMKU762g
Lucky showed his gratitude to Jack by saving his life, and Jack did not abandon his faithful friend. He, too, showed gratitude in return.
Think about and discuss the following questions:
- Who are we grateful to?
- Who has helped us recently?
- Are we people who say ‘thank you’ often?
- Is there someone to whom we should show gratitude today?
Teach us to show our gratitude for what we have
By caring for those around us,
And for the wonderful world in which we live.
4.6.20 Starlings Class Blog - Thursday, by Miss Gillam
Date: 4th Jun 2020 @ 8:29am
Good morning Starlings
I hope you are all well and looking forward to another day of home learning. I have been very busy in school this week, it still feels strange to be there and not see your little faces. I have them all in my mind though. Our bubble classrooms are nearly ready and I can’t wait to welcome you all into our new zones soon. It won’t be long now.
There are the four adults who will be working with our two Year One bubbles. Mrs Elson will be working with Miss Gillam in one bubble and Mrs Rice will be working with Mrs Southern in the other. We have chosen to work like this to ensure that you ALL have an adult that you know really well to help you to settle back into school. Working and playing in a bubble just means that we are working with a smaller group of our friends, a smaller Starlings team. There will be no more than 15 children in each Starling bubble. We have made a lovely video to share with you soon where Teddy shows you exactly what our school looks like now that there have been a few little changes. I will keep telling you little bits about our return so that you know exactly what to expect when we get to see each other again in a couple of weeks’ time.
Please continue to follow our attached timetable today. I have also listed some additional activities that you might enjoy having a go at below. Enjoy!
A few weeks ago, our Maths work focused on Volume and Capacity. I wonder if you could solve some problems on the BBC Bitesize website today? In today's lesson, learn how to solve some farmyard problems about capacity and volume.
Today I would like you to learn how to correctly write the days of the week in order and use them in writing. Remember that the days of the week always start with a capital letter and all end in 'day'.
You need to remember the sequence for the days of the week - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Please follow the link below to see a lovely BBC Bitesize lesson with a video and activities to help you to learn the days of the week.
Who is Valentina Tereshkova?
In today’s History lesson we are going to be learning all about Valentina Tereshkova. She was the first woman to go into space! We will be listening to and drawing the story of her phenomenal life. Get your space suit ready so we can blast off into space!