******* bag2school pick up, Friday 10th July *******
Please drop off any bag (or bags) by 8.45am being mindful of social distancing when dropping them off. Bags are to be left on the grass verge on the driveway slope. Many thanks in advance.
'The Best Bits' Video
As we approach the end of the year, I thought it would be lovely if we could produce a 'Best Bits' video as a round up of a very different year. It will give us an opportunity to reflect on all the fabulous things we have done before, during and post lockdown. If you would like to contribute a short video clip of you saying what you have enjoyed most please forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org. If everyone makes their video a maximum of 10 seconds then I can hopefully put them all on one long video. Taking videos in landscape also works best. Please send your videos in by 6pm on Friday and then I can work on it next weekend. I need to think about my best bit, there have been so many; reading breakfast, zoom catch ups, the Nativity production and that's just a few of the many happy memories from this year.
KS1: This week our RE learning is based on an excellent resource recommended to us by our education colleagues at Chester Diocese. The Diocese of Canterbury produced this PowerPoint for children and families to use as a home worship resource. Look at the PowerPoint presentation with your family. Talk about the pictures and the Bible story. You might like to watch an animation of the story here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tyWZeOlaRo4
Think carefully about slide 12. Can you think of a time when you saw something that was unfair? Talk about it with your family. Did something happen, to put things right? What would make things fairer?
Draw a picture and write about your ideas.
Year One Maths
Year Two Maths
Year Two Spelling
This week, we are looking again at the months of the year and also words to help us tell the time.
Year Two Phonics
Reading, Writing and Grammar
This week, we are using a video resource from the Literacy Shed. The booklet compliments the video.
This week, I would like you to use last week's Maths learning to measure the rainfall this week. Have a look through the PowerPoint and then create your own rain gauge. The worksheet can be used to record your findings.
Henry VIII's eating habits and food choices are different to how we eat today. Have a look through the PowerPoint, make sure you have a go at the online game, and then try to create a healthier feast for the King's court.