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Week 7



This week we are asking the whole school to have a think about how we have learned to put our school values into practice during the school year.  This might be in the classroom, on the playground or while you have been learning at home.

Remember, the four values are: GROW, ACHIEVE, CARE, COLLABORATE

Try to think of a story that matches one of the values.  It could be a Bible story, a faith story from any religion or maybe a picture book or traditional tale that you know well.

Talk about the story and how it shows a school value, with your family.  Then you could write about your ideas, draw a picture, make a poster or a model or even make a movie.

Year One Maths
Year Two Maths
Year One Phonics

Year One and Year Two

This week's spelling activity is a booklet of Year 2 common exception words. Please can Year Two children revise and ensure you can spell all the words. Year One children please can look at the words and see how many you can read and begin to spell ready for next year. You may wish to complete these over the next few weeks as there are 13 sets of 5 words. 




As we start our exciting journey for the transition into Years 1 and 2 we would like you to share some information to different people for this weeks writing tasks.  

You are to write a fact file for a Woodpecker/Robins child coming into Owls Class.  Remember to include information about school routines, timetables, what the classroom looks like, how the house point system works etc.  

You are to make an 'All About Me' for your new teacher.  Give them as much information you can about yourself. 

There are some templates provided or you can design your information sheets/posters. 


Reading, Writing and Grammar

Here is your next workbook to complete. This week you will be looking at the Quangle Wangle's Hat, a nonsense poem. There are lots of activities, from drawing and creating your own Quangle Wangle hat to writing character descriptions and creating your own poem. 



Here is a short quiz about the seasons for you to complete. This will get you thinking about the different seasons. The answers are also included in the file. 


For this week, I would like you to think about the fruits and vegetables we grow in Britain. Are there any fruits and vegetables you like that don't grow in Britain? You may want to have a look while in the supermarket or when helping put away the shopping to see where your fruits and vegetables come from.

In Britain, we grow fruits and vegetables at different times of the year (making them seasonal). I have included an activity to see if you can guess which season certain fruits and vegetables are harvested in.

There is an answer sheet included. 


Questions to think about

Did anything surprise you? Which season do the most grow? Why do you think more fruits and vegetables grow in that season? 


Additional - I have also included a nature walk activity that you may want to complete. 




For our last week I thought something creative would be good.

Shields were a big thing during the Tudor era and described who you and your family were.

Have a look though the PowerPoint and create your own shield to describe yourself/ your family. 

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