Welcome back class one!
This isn't the welcome back we were all hoping for but as we will all remain working from home for a little while longer yet, I will continue to add some learning activities for you to complete on the class one page. I will also be adding some videos to help you with your learning. Remember, these are just suggestions of learning activities you could complete and you do not have to complete them all, just try your very best.
This term our topic is called, Commotion in the Ocean and we are going to be learning all about life at sea!
Below you will see I have added some knowledge organisers for each of the subjects we will be learning about this term. Remember, the knowledge organisers show all the knowledge and key words you should try your best to know by the end of the topic (no pressure, just learn what you can).
Home Learning WC 18th May 2020
Home learning WC 11th May 2020
Please remember there is no expectation for your child to complete all of these activities, they are just here as suggestions and to give you an idea of what we would be covering if we were in school :)
Home Learning WC 4th May
Home Learning WC 27th April
Commotion In The Ocean
Home Learning WC 20th April
The links below will take you to padlets for class 1. We really want to support parents at this challenging time and I fear that after a few days, some pupils may feel isolated once the excitement of not going to school has passed. So, we are creating two padlets for each class - one is for pupils to add what they have been reading, the title of the books, a brief summary of the story and what they enjoyed. The second padlet is for them to add something that has made them smile. Once something has been written, the class teacher will need to check it before it is posted, so don't be disheartened if you can't see your post instantly.
Something that has made you smile: https://padlet.com/rosheene_drury/yuo5j6flmlv5
There is no expectation for you to add anything, as I fully appreciate that the weeks ahead are going to be challenging and I do not want additional stress to be caused by children or parents feeling that they have to do anything for school. You, as parents, know what is best for your family and I fully respect that. However, as a parent myself, I know that telling him that his teachers will see something, helps to motivate and focus his mind!