Week beginning Monday 13th July 2020
I have loved being your class teacher as you have all been an absolute pleasure to teach. It is very sad that we haven't been able to spend the whole year together but I have really appreciated the hard work that you have done at home and loved staying in touch with you via 2email.
When we read Flat Stanley, I enjoyed using the Bitmoji app a lot! So, because you haven't had a class photo in year 3, I have created you a Bitmoji 3B class photo that you can see below. Can you find yourself? The rows are in alphabetical order more or less. I've had the image printed onto photo paper and I will give you a copy when you come back to school if I don't see you before.
Wishing you much luck on your return. Have a brilliant summer break.
Mrs Bones :)
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Don't forget your Mathletics tasks. You have been set a months work of tasks. Complete them over time. Remember to practise your time tables daily. You can use Times Table Rockstars to do this.
(art, music, PSHE, PE, RE and science - computing separately)
You have been set three 2Do assessment quizzes on Purple Mash for this week's spellings. You can use the look, cover, say, write, check sheets below to practise or make your own on scrap paper.
Below are some links for Computing which you can do this week or over the summer break.
BBC Bitesize Computing
Barefoot CAS Unplugged & Interactive Activities
Hour of Code Activities
Scratch Coding Website
Online Safety – Google Interland Game
Online Safety – ThinkUKnow Band Runner Activities
Online Safety – ThinkUKnow Home Learning Activities
Below are some unplugged computing activities that will build on your current computing skills that you might wish to try whilst at home.
Global learning project
This is a whole school project that we would like all of our children to get involved in.
Back in early March, we had the privilege of welcoming a visitor to our school, Mahfuz Ara Sultana, the Assistant Headteacher at Carmichael College in Bangladesh. She visited us for a few days, along with working with teachers in school and with the other schools in our cluster (The RJ Mitchell, St. Frances Bardsley Academy and Crownfields Infants).
We are all part of a Global Learning project through the British Council called Connecting Classrooms. They work to connect schools from all over the world, to learn from each other, with a focus on Sustainable Development Goals. Issues like climate change, gender equality and how to live sustainably affect us all- and connect us all- wherever we are in the world.
They believe global projects will 'help you equip your pupils with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to act more thoughtfully, ethically and responsibly as citizens and contributors to society.'
This project will run for the next three weeks, with your teachers setting at least two activities each week. They will direct you to the PowerPoint below and some of the links with sheets below that for you to work from. We look forward to working on a special project as a whole school, whether you are at home learning or at school learning.
Fancy a new challenge? Join my BSL club today!
This week, learn signs for pets.
Thank you to all of the children who have sent me fantastic photos, artwork, projects etc.
I am super duper proud of all of your efforts to keep yourselves busy.
Thank you to you all.
You are AMAZING!