Good morning Class one. In addition to the games I have set I would like you to complete some more tasks for me. Last week I asked you to research Saint Francis of Assisi. I would like you to answer the following questions and write them down if you can (Year one I am expecting… Read more »
Here is the online maths task for Reception. https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/whackAMole/index.html Again, the children have played this in class, the game focuses on counting in order.
My family and I have been playing lots of Scrabble to keep our minds focused and our English skills fresh. I thought of a wonderful idea for a daily phonics task that can be completed by the children. Each day I will muddle up some words (including Tricky words) and they need to be unscrambled…. Read more »
If you recall last week I spoke about an online show and share. This is happening tomorrow via the app Zoom and you should all receive a Parent mail today with an invitation. My expectation from this classroom is for the children to share the wonderful learning they have been doing. Although it is lovely… Read more »
Here are the tasks for daily maths of which both Yr1 and Reception can complete. We have played this game in class so your child will be familiar. Numbers can be adjusted to suit ability. https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/countingCaterpillar/index.html Mrs Whybrow
Morning class one, apologies for the late post. Today, I would like you all to find out what Saint Francis of Assisi was the patron saint for. Be prepared for your task on Monday. Hopefully, you can join me Tuesday (parents too) in our online classroom to show and share. Ok, so today is meant… Read more »
It’s Friday and what a week of learning you’ve had! We all can see how super busy you’ve been and because of that you are granted a glorious weekend! Keep the photos coming. We are missing you all and this is keeping us smiling!
Happy Saint George’s day to everyone! Saint George was chosen to be the patron saint of England by King Edward ||| for his remarkable bravery in a time where there was so much suffering. Let’s all take on St George’s bravery today and do something remarkable, whether that’s continuing with your remarkable learning, doing something… Read more »
The jar of joy will hold all of your ‘after lockdown’ dreams! Your ‘jar of joy’ needs to be a decorated a jar (decorate it however you want to) and it is filled with notes about all the things you are looking forward to once the lock down is over. You must keep filling the… Read more »