Bonjour la classe!
We hope you are successfully making your way through the learning grids. Remember you must try to complete one literacy task, one numeracy task and an across the curriculum task.
This week’s RRS article is Article 12: Every child has the right to express their views, feelings and wishes in all matters affecting them, and to have their views considered and taken seriously.
Are you able to complete some of the activities on the slide? If so make sure you keep what ever you have made or take a picture and post it on Learning Journals.
Some of the activities we think you could do is:
- Write a creative story, a poem, a short play script or a piece of art using the title ‘Head My Voice’.
- Have you ever thanked people at home who are good at listening to you? Design a card or picture, or write a letter to thank them for hearing your voice.
- Design a poster for display about the importance of Article 12.
BBC Bitesize have been posting 3 lessons a day. Yesterday they did one on letter formations and alliteration. Why don’t you give it a go!
You can check this website every day to see if there is a lesson you would like to complete. They are brilliant and well resourced.
Also on your Across the Curricular grid, we said we would post a recipe for you to use to make EID biscuits. If you manage to make them please let us know how you get on.
We hope you have a lovely day and if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask.
Miss Rafferty and Miss Pringle
Another week of home learning nearly complete. Well done to you all and a huge well done to all the Mummy’s and Daddy’s at home helping support your learning. You are all doing an amazing job!
We hope you have managed to access the learning grids and completed half of the jobs on there. Remember you will use this learning grid for next week too. It has been great to have your feedback on the blog and through Learning Journals. Some of you have made a great start and it’s been lovely seeing all the photographs of your hard work.
On Friday we normally do a spelling test with your phonics words, so why don’t you get an adult or older sibling to test you on your spelling words to see if you can get full marks. Then challenge yourself to write a sentence (that makes sense) with as many spelling words as you can. Good luck!
BBC Bitesize have been posting 3 lessons a day. Today, one of their lessons is about friendship/how to be a good friend. Why don’t you have a go at watching the short clips and completing some of the activities. It is a great way to remember our friends as I’m sure some of you are missing each other.
On a Friday we have free time……..I trust that you all have your full 30 minutes so make sure you have some down time and play with some of your own toys. Remember we all have the right to PLAY! You could post some pictures of you playing in Learning Journals- this would be great evidence for our RRSA.
We hope you all have a lovely weekend, stay safe and hopefully be able to get out and enjoy the sunshine.
Miss Rafferty and Miss Pringle