Here are this week’s Home Learning activities. As it is the last week I have made sure they are fun! I really like the outdoor learning activities from the Canal & River Trust as well as their ideas for Yoga. Thank you for all your hard work during this difficult time – you have been amazing in the way you have adapted to the very tricky task of working at home! Your parents have also been amazing so please do say thank you to them for all their help. I hope you all have a lovely summer and I look forward to seeing you in September.
To all those Rock Legends out there! Back in May I posted a link about becoming a Times Table Rock Stars Guinness World Records® Title Holder! I'm not sure if anyone entered from our school but the results are now in and the title was won by a 10 year old boy from Long Eaton. Take a look at his winning video by clicking on the link below. His speed is incredible! Well done to anyone who did enter - please let me know if you did! Mrs Blomeley
10-year old achieves a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS title in maths during lockdown
Reuben took his learning to new heights this week! Our current topic is Rivers and Mountains and he climbed more than half way up Snowdon! He's also written a report on Snowdon, which is the highest mountain in Wales. I am very impressed Reuben - this is fantastic learning! Mrs Blomeley
During the summer holidays can you take part in a reading challenge?
Tameside libraries are doing the Silly Squad reading challenge- find the details on their website: https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/
Also you can take part in the Summer Reading Bingo challenge- download the bingo board A or B. If you complete a board and bring back your 'full house' in September you will win a special certificate.
It is the moment you have all been waiting for to see who has won the balancing competition and Virtual Sports Day Pentathlon from Sports Week. I was amazed by the efforts everyone put in to all the different activities that they did! Well done to everyone who took part.
The balancing competition winners are...
EYFS = Dominic
KS1 = Ruby
KS2 = Niamh
The winners in the Virtual Sports Day Pentathlon are...
Speed bounce = Noah (EYFS), Evie (KS1) and Henry (KS2)
Around the world = Amelia (EYFS), Ruby (KS1) and Aarron (KS2)
Here are this week’s activities. If you are unable to make our Zoom session on Friday, please try to complete the sheet A Year to Remember so that your memory can be included in my presentation. Click "Read more" to access the Home Learning grid and the other documents you will need.
Here is Niamh's balancing competition entry! Wow! This looks dangerous but Niamh has made sure she is safe, balancing carefully on the top of her shed! Well done Niamh and Good Luck! Mrs Blomeley
Here are this week’s activities, some of which will be linked to our Zoom sessions. If you are unable to make Zoom. you can still do the activities from the attached sheets. Click "Read more" to access the Home Learning grid and the other documents you will need. If you haven’t done so already, try to join Seesaw so that you can access other linked activities and upload your work, send voice messages, video clips and notes. https://web.seesaw.me/ Thank you. Mrs Blomeley
Wow Dominic, you are super strong! What brilliant balancing!
Tilly enjoyed a trip to the seaside in the lovely weather. While she was there she caught some crabs, but kindly released them back into the sea. Tilly also collected some shells and rocks; she has been very creative decorating them with her Posca Pens. What a lovely idea Tilly! Mrs Blomeley