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Half Term Activities 

           


Well done for working so hard during these unusual times. As it is Half Term, have a break from lessons; take time to relax and get up to fun activities. If you get stuck for ideas of things to keep yourself occupied during the week, take a look at these activities. They don't involve looking at screens - they could help you explore the world around you, if only from your home. We hope you enjoy them - why not challenge a family member?!


 Feel free to let us know what you've been up to (including pictures if possible) as your fellow classmates love to keep in touch by reading the class blogs!


Stay safe.


Best wishes,


LKS2 Team


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Home Learning for Week Commencing 18th May 

Dear Parents and Carers,

Please find below the next grid for Year 3 home learning tasks for w/c 18/05/20.

I hope you are finding this new format helpful and easy to work from. You will find both the online learning grid and offline learning grid below this post. There are also other worksheets or booklets that you may need to use for some of the activities.

If your child is taking part in our Emergency Care provision, they will also be continuing to follow the programme for each day they are in school.

Should your child struggle with the activities set, please try those of a younger year group to help build their confidence. Do not feel that all activities must be completed. However, if possible, please could you prioritise the English/Spelling/Phonics and maths tasks daily, thus ensuring your child is able to make progress.

If you have any problems, please let me know as I'll be keen to help. Please do keep emailing to let me know how you’re getting on with the home learning or other activities you’re enjoying.

Stay safe and keep smiling!.

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Update 18.05.20 

Hi Mousehole class,

How are you all? I’m writing you this little update as I sit in our strangely quiet classroom on my day of working in school. It is still very odd not to have your faces all looking back at me. I do, of course, have some children here whose parents are key workers and they are doing their home learning in school.

I have been continuing to enjoy the outdoors (lock down rules permitting of course!). I use my garden everyday with my children. They love to be outdoors too and have been particularly enjoying riding their scooters.

 Since we are allowed outdoors more often now, I have started running again. Early in the morning I set off. I don’t run far but I do enjoy beginning my day with a little exercise.

M has exciting news...her cat has had kittens! 4 very cute little fluffy balls to keep her company. Interestingly, she has also made a collection of musical instruments at home, each one having a unique sound.

N has sent me some pleasing updates, including achieving his 88 club at home 3 times in a row. Consequently, Nathan has begun working on his 99 club now. Good work Nathan!

Look how E is rehearsing her spellings at home. It’s great to see how creative you are being E! Keep up with all the great reading you are doing too!

Has anyone done a book review? I’d love to see some photos of them. Please email me on:

jpentreath@brunelprimary.co.uk

Please keep sending me updates as I love to read what you have all been up to!

Love from Miss Pentreath



 


Home Learning for Week Commencing 11th May 

Dear Parents and Carers,

Please find below the next grid for Year 3 home learning tasks for w/c 11/05/20.

I hope you are finding this new format helpful and easy to work from. You will find both the online learning grid and offline learning grid below this post. There are also other worksheets or booklets that you may need to use for some of the activities.

If your child is taking part in our Emergency Care provision, they will also be continuing to follow the programme for each day they are in school.

Should your child struggle with the activities set, please try those of a younger year group to help build their confidence. Do not feel that all activities must be completed. However, if possible, please could you prioritise the English/Spelling/Phonics and maths tasks daily, thus ensuring your child is able to make progress.

If you have any problems, please let me know as I'll be keen to help. Please do keep emailing to let me know how you’re getting on with the home learning or other activities you’re enjoying.

Stay safe and keep smiling!.

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VE Day activities 

Why is VE Day important to us?


VE Day (Victory in Europe Day) was a day that remained in the memory of all those who witnessed it. This moment in time meant an end to nearly six years of war that had cost the lives of millions. War had destroyed homes, families and cities inflicting huge suffering to the populations of entire countries. 

I am sure most of you know an older person who lived through the war, whether they are great grandparents,  aunties and uncles or maybe a neighbour. For them, this special day of celebration and freedom changed their lives forever, bringing with it, hope and expectation for the future. Many have compared our current situation fighting the 'invisible enemy' of Covid-19 to wartime with lock down restrictions, rationing and a 'Blitz spirit'. Therefore, wouldn't it be poignant to celebrate and remember VE Day in honour of those who are no longer with us and together with those that are - albeit observing social distancing rules!

One way of doing this, is to spend the day creating memories in the form of craft-making, baking, reading stories or building replica bomb shelters from that period in time to experience what it may have felt like. Maybe you could plan a 'victory afternoon tea party' for your family or complete some of the activities in the attachment below. Whatever you do on May 8th, make sure you take lots of photos and send them to us so we can share these wonderful memories...remember, we are making history now! 

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M's update 2 

Map work and a film review.



What beautiful presentation M! 


Keep up the good work!







Please keep sending me updates Mousehole class. It makes me smile to receive them and see what you have been up to. I'm missing you all! Love from Miss Pentreath

 


Story Time 2 

Another story for you read by Mrs McIntyre...enjoy!


 


Home Learning for Week Commencing 4th May 

Dear Parents and Carers,

Please find below the next grid for Year 3 home learning tasks for w/c 04/05/20.

I hope you are finding this new format helpful and easy to work from. You will find both the online learning grid and offline learning grid below this post. There are also other worksheets or booklets that you may need to use for some of the activities.

If your child is taking part in our Emergency Care provision, they will also be continuing to follow the programme for each day they are in school.

Should your child struggle with the activities set, please try those of a younger year group to help build their confidence. Do not feel that all activities must be completed. However, if possible, please could you prioritise the English/Spelling/Phonics and maths tasks daily, thus ensuring your child is able to make progress.

If you have any problems, please let me know as I'll be keen to help. Please do keep emailing to let me know how you’re getting on with the home learning or other activities you’re enjoying.

Stay safe and smiling!.

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The Archie Project 

Hello everyone!

 

Recently, there’s been a lot in the news about care homes and we know you’ll have been thinking about our friends in St Anne’s. So we thought you might like to read this message that arrived today from the ladies who run the Archie Project:

 

 

‘Reminiscence Learning have been uploading activity sessions to Facebook every week day at 10:30am - 2:30pm.  Next Wednesday 29th April at 2:30pm, our patron Angela Rippon CBE will be narrating the new Archie's Adventures story book, written by our chief executive Fiona Mahoney.  Angela will begin with reading the introduction and chapter one, with a chapter following every Wednesday at 2:30pm until all ten chapters have been read.  We hope that maybe this will help everybody who is missing the Archie Project at the moment.’

 

Mrs Cabello has also been phoning St Anne’s each week to find out how they’re getting on and they say that they’re working really hard to keep their residents safe and send you all their very best wishes.





 


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