Hope you joined all your teachers and classmates this week in world record attempt!
Please email us your drawings so that we can put them up on here.
Have a look at the poster and link below to information about the largest online art lesson ever. Please join us this coming Thursday at 4pm and then send an image of your drawing to your teacher. We'll even put a copy of your teacher's efforts here for you to see!
Don't forget to register first.
Please ensure your child is reading at least 20 minutes a day. Work avaiable on Mathletics and Spag.com. Don't forget to practise times tables on TTRS as well - at least 10 minutes every day. We will aim to set up a number of battles to encourage children's usage.
There are many Maths, English and Topic tasks to be completed each week plus ideas for work in other curriculum areas, please print these off or complete on paper. All work is dated so you can get an idea of when to be completing it.
If your child has their musical instrument at home, please encourage them to keep playing it.
New class email addresses
Every class now has a class email address, you can use these to contact the class teacher with any work related queries or to show the teacher some of your hard work you have been doing at home. We'd love to see some of the creative things you've been up to.
Please use these addresses now rather than posting work to google classroom.
Panda class - email@example.com
Koala class - firstname.lastname@example.org
Tiger class - email@example.com
Kangaroo class - firstname.lastname@example.org
Children's comments for reports
The Book of Hopes
Topic Plan for Summer 1
Curriculum presentation - year 4
Steve McQueen year 3 Tate Britain photo.
The location of our photos is section 20. Please note, this is the Tate Britain, not the Tate Modern.
Zebra and Gazelle class are at the bottom, Leopard and Giraffe are at the top.
COMPETITION for children in years 4 to 6!!!!!
Illustrate (create a story board/comic) the story of orphaned baby elephant Ekari, rescued by WVS vets in Myanmar.
Give your entries to Mr Harness in Tiger Class by Friday 31st of January.
This is a national competition, so the winner will get their story published in the next Young Vets Club magazine.