Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone Chapter 6

bit.ly/HPandPSCh6

Harry Potter Chapter 5

I hope you all had a lovely weekend and are taking care of yourselves and your families.

Here’s Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone Chapter 5 for you to enjoy

bit.ly/HPandPSCh5

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Mr Tyler is currently reading a chapter of Happy Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone every day for you to listen to. These are being posted on Seesaw daily but here are the links for chapters 1 to 4.

Chapter 1  https://bit.ly/HPandPSCh2

Chapter 2  https://bit.ly/HPandthePSCh2

Chapter 3  https://bit.ly/HPandPSCh3

Chapter 4   https://bit.ly/HPandPSCh4

Apologies for some of the yawns in Chapter 3, it was recorded late at night!

 

I hope you enjoy these and Chapter 5 will be ready for Monday.

Daily Plan Reminder

Hi Everyone!

Just a little reminder that each day we will post the P6 daily plan on the P6a blog. Activities will be posted on your Seesaw account with resources. You are able to respond to the activity if you have any work to share.

 

We have also included some optional activities to break up the day or put into your schedule if you prefer to work to a plan. These should be quite fun, we will be enjoying them in our homes too.

Take care everyone,

P6 Teachers

Mrs Horne, Mrs Jamieson, Miss Flynn, Mrs Smart and Mrs O’Neill

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Good Morning, Every day I am going to record and share a chapter of JK Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone for you to listen to. Like many children’s authors JK Rowling has very kindly given permission for teachers to record themselves reading and share it with pupils in their schools. 

 

The link below will let you listen to chapter 1 of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Chapter 2 will follow tomorrow. 

 

https://bit.ly/HPandPSCh1

 

Mr Tyler

P6 Daily Plan – Monday 23rd March 2020

Hi Everyone!

We hope you are doing well and have enjoyed the lovely weather over the weekend, especially if you were confined to your gardens.

Each day we will post the P6 daily plan on the P6a blog. Activities will be posted on your Seesaw account with resources. You are able to respond to the activity if you have any work to share.

We understand this is all new, and there may be a lot going on in your homes during the day. Please do what you can but do not feel that everything MUST be done. The health and wellbeing of everyone in your home is the most important thing right now.

If you were absent last week and did not receive your educationcity password  by email there are details of how to access this on Seesaw also.

We have also included some optional activities to break up the day or put into your schedule if you prefer to work to a plan. These should be quite fun, we will be enjoying them in our homes too.

Take care everyone,

P6 Teachers

Mrs Horne, Mrs Jamieson, Miss Flynn, Mrs Smart and Mrs O’Neill

Monday 23rd March

Miss Flynn’s Books

Hi everyone,

If you have one of my books at home I would appreciate if you could try and drop it off to the school.  It should have my name and a coloured sticker on the spine.

 

Thank you,

 

Miss Flynn 🙂

Read Theory

Hi everyone,

Could we check to see if we can get access to ReadTheory please.

The children should know their password.

 

Thank you,

Miss Flynn 🙂

Class Novel

Apologies everyone,

Earlier in the week I posted about letting me know if you were unable to get a copy of the Iron Man. Due to some changing circumstances I now I ask to check to see if you can get access to a copy of Wonder by R.J. Palacio.

 

I am very sorry for the mix up. If your child cannot get access to a copy of this book can you please let me know by Friday the 20th of March.

 

Apologies,

 

Miss Flynn

Bring Your Own Device

Hi everyone,

As you know, we have been bring in our own devices on a Monday, Thursday and Friday. As a one off, I would really appreciate if the children could bring in their own device tomorrow, Tuesday the 17th of March.

 

 

Thank you,

Miss Flynn 🙂