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Halloween Fun in Year 4!

Thanks to the PTFA, who delivered toilet rolls and spiders to the classroom,  Year 4 had a great time playing Dressing the Mummy and other Halloween games on Friday!  A brilliant end to the half term!  Mrs Blomeley


Year 3 Autumn 2 Home School Learning

Weekly

  • Regular reading several times a week
  • Spellings- sent home weekly in a spelling journal book
  • Mymaths- online maths activities, individual children's log in details are needed 
  • Seesaw online-individual codes have been sent home and are needed to share home learning and complete a wide range of activities 

Half Termly


Happy Halloween

What a fantastic half term we have had in year 2! Today we have played lots of fun Halloween games. Have a fab half term! Thank you for all your hard work. Mrs Neary.


Year 6 Autumn 2 Maths Workbooks

Please see the attached workbooks for the mathematical topics that we will be covering in Year 6 in Autumn 2. Please use these booklets to support home learning.

Don't forget to send in pictures/samples of work using the Seesaw app or send work to the school admin address. 


Tameside Mile Winners

KS2 took part in a competition against other schools in Tameside where they had to run 1 mile as fast as they could. The fastest times from each class have been submitted into the competition, we can't wait to hear how we have done! Well done to everyone who took part!

Year 6 Boys:

1st = Coban - 7 minutes 30 seconds

2nd = Aidan - 7 minutes 56 seconds

3rd = Reuben - 8 minutes 5 seconds

Year 6 Girls:

1st = Isabel - 7 minutes 58 seconds

1st = Poppy - 7 minutes 58 seconds

3rd  = Maisie - 8 minutes 42 seconds

Year 5 Boys:


Black History Month in year 6

During Black History Month Year 6 have explored the life of Rosa Park and how she was a catalyst for the Civil Rights Act in 1964 with her small but life changing act of refusing to move on a bus. Her defiance and determination helped to stop segregation in America. 

 

Year 6 have also researched a person from the black community who they find inspiring. They then created Powerpoint Presentations which they shared with their peers in the class. 

Well done for your fantastic work this week year 6. 


Y6 Stars of the week 23-10-20

Congratulations to our Year 6 stars of the week.

Oliver has completed some impressive word problems this week using his knowledge of multiplication and division. I am very impressed with him.

Reuben has been mature during our Black History Week and actively joined in with class discussions. I am impressed with his own research and presentation skills too. 

Well done boys. 

Thank you to all of Year 6 for a wonderful half term. All of them deserve a certificate. 

Have a lovely half term holiday :) 

 


Do you know how to keep safe online?

2020 is providing lots of opportunities for learning online. Below is an overview of some of the areas of Computing that children could be accessing as part of their home school learning.

E-SAFETY Home Learning 

As part of our Computing curriculum and RSE/PSHE lessons e-safety lessons are taught. 

We ask children how do they keep safe online?


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