Here is the Menu of Learning Activities for week commencing 6th July. We've added supporting documents and any web links to help you with the tasks. Please remember that the documents are there to guide you; there is no expectation to print them all off. You can draw/write on the books we have given you, anything you have at home or on a computer. Please ask us if you have any questions, and keep sending us photographs to show off your brilliant work!
Being at home for so long is tough and it feels very different. We all understand that. Sometimes you're asked to do something, and you might be stuck for ideas or not feel inspired to have a go. Take a look at what your friends have been doing, as we're all in this together! Remember - stay kind to everyone as it really does help!
(Illustration taken from Google Images by the wonderful artist Charlie Mackesy)
What has lockdown been like for Isobel? Take a look!
It's that time of the week again when Mrs Blakemore uploads pictures of the fabulous things you have all been doing. There were lots of mouthwatering pictures of food for VE Day and the Water Park design activity has been very popular too.
Mrs Blakemore has uploaded photos a day early this week because of VE Day. Don't forget to send pictures of all the fantastic things you do for VE Day and during the week ahead from the new menu. Mrs Blakemore has also included a picture of her purrsonal assistant who has been helping her by sitting on her laptop or blocking her view of the laptop screen. Can you spot her assistant? Can you remember her name?
It's important to remember the simple things....... A poem by James
It's important to thank the NHS for their help and support in difficult times.
Beautiful Ramadan preparations.
Learning and fun in the sun !
There's nothing like a good book.
Mrs Morley has had to get used to a new pet staying at her house. Meet Mona the crested gecko. At the moment she's about the same size as a newt. She's actually quite cute. She can move very slowly........or very faaaassssst ! She likes to climb on your hand and suddenly let go or just jump off into space.
Meet Mona. She's exploring !
School at home....even wearing our uniform !
The children in 4M have so many hidden talents ! They continue to be so creative and original. You are making all your teachers really proud and giving them lots of smile about when they see your super photos !
Bread better than Bake Off and it tasted lovely too !
Learning outdoors and exploring new careers. Maybe archeology or rock collecting will be fun. Perhaps we will be artists or illustrators !
Lego challenges really make us think up some brilliant designs.
Creative science ! We used our knowledge to make a brilliant game. Let's go fishing !
Using technology to produce some fantastic artwork.
There is no end to our talents !
We have kept ourselves busy doing so many interesting projects. We've found out about the solar system and made plasticine planets, drawn self portraits from funny photos, planned, advertised and made food for a coffee shop, been outside in the fresh air, researched our family tree and so much more....!
Mrs Morley has been amazed at all the different things that you have been spending your time on. From creating spanish tapas to delicious scones, from book reviews to lovely long walks, it's clear that you have been learning and practising some wonderful skills. Lots of them taste good too !
Don't forget to send pictures of those VE Day house parties as well.
We've kept ourselves really busy.......and eaten a few cakes too !
Some wonderful waterpark and South America research.
This water park certainly makes a splash!
Delicious dishes and super science.
Enjoying our daily exercise.
Practising our skills
Some half term fun.
We have tried so many different things.
Look at our self portraits. Some of us have been trying to draw things in the style of artists like Rob Biddulph.
We talk a lot at school about determination, independence and resilience. Most of us don't find things easy but we know that if we keep trying our best we can make big improvements. Perhaps you've halved the time to complete your times tables. Maybe you've remembered where to put speech marks or start a new paragraph. Perhaps there was that difficult gymnastics move you were trying to conquer or those spellings you wanted to stay in your head...
What have you done to make yourself feel proud ?
The smile says it all !
Great inventions inspired by Wallace and Gromit. We've done fantastic research too.