Singing Assembly

This week, have a look at ‘If I were a Mini-beast’ which can be found in the ‘Sing in Every Subject’ section. There are some nice activities to accompany this – some of which can be done outside. As always, have fun and try as many different songs as you wish. Miss Scotchford

Thursday 25th June – Class 4

Happy Thursday! I hope you are all enjoying the fantastic weather. Please remember to look at the ‘Singing Assembly’ blog too. Miss Scotchford 🙂 Have some fun with this word search to remind us of all the spelling, punctuation and grammar key words. You could even try to write sentences using some of them: Quick… Read more »

Midsummer’s Day

Today is Midsummer’s Day and it’s hot, hot, hot! Make sure that you wear a hat, put on sun cream and drink plenty of water this week. Today is also celebrated as the feast day of St John the Baptist. According to the Bible how was he related to Jesus and what was their age… Read more »

Tuesday is spelling day.

Follow the link below for a KS2 spelling quiz, can you tell me how you got on: We are set for a hot and sunny week so don’t forget to use suncream and drink plenty of water. Mr Hopegood

Lots of lovely learning happening…

Good morning everyone! I hope you all had a great weekend. I’ve had lots of emails through where you’ve been sharing your amazing learning! Keep up the hard work everyone.

Weekly learning 22/06/20

Yesterday was the longest day, can you find out how many hours and minutes of daylight there was and compare that to the shortest day, what is the difference? In our weekly learning we are continuing to follow our themes looking at nomadic people and investigating one of our most famous monarchs. Please send in… Read more »

Fishy Friday!

It is traditional to eat fish on Friday, can you find out why? All plants and animals have a scientific name as well as the usual name that we use everyday, have a look at these and find out what you know them as: Gadus morhua, Pulex irritans, Turdus turdus, Canis familiaris, Daucus carota and… Read more »

Murderer Revealed!

The Great British Spag Off The final clue should have read ‘The killer comes from a city in Europe. The first letter of this city begins with a letter in the first half of the alphabet’. Which means that the murderer is PALMIRA PORCINI! Well done to everyone for being so resilient and working so… Read more »

Barking up the right tree!

Today we spent some time identifying the trees in the grounds at Tolleshunt D’Arcy School. Please see the identification wheel that we used below, it was a great success. Mr Hopegood

Singing Assembly

This week, please try ‘Coordination Funk’ which can be found in the ‘Get Moving’ section. It is the perfect start to your day and sure to get your brains and bodies ready for the learning ahead. As always, have fun and try as many different songs as you wish. Miss Scotchford