As a school we provide a number of learning platforms which will be invaluable to the children at this time. There will also be expectations set out on the website for daily learning and tasks from these sites will be included.
These websites are:
Bug Club (reading), Busy Things (KS1 whole curriculum), Times Table Rock Stars (times tables) and Numbots (addition and subtraction)
If your child has misplaced their login can you please email (we will do our best to reply within 24 hours):
Miss Startup (Bug Club): firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Farrant (Busy Things): email@example.comMr Tatum (TT Rock Star/Numbots): firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello Mole class,
It has been lovely hearing from you over the past few weeks and getting to know about all the fantastic work that you have been doing. I am happy to provide feedback on any English or foundation work from the 20th of April 2020. If you wish for me to look over your work, please email me on: email@example.com
Speak to you all soon,
Moles' home learning
Take a look at Mole's home learning. Thank you, to all those children and parents who have sent me work, it has been lovely to see what you have been up to. There is some super work! See if you can find your own.
Week commencing the 18/05/20
Week commencing the 11/05/2020
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Week commencing the 20/4/20
Optional foundation tasks
Welcome to Mole Class
This term in history the children will be learning about the Great Fire of London. We will be looking at different sources of information to discover the cause of the fire and to get a better understanding of what London was like in 1666 in comparison to the present day.
In geography, we will thinking about the different seasons and what clues in the natural environment we can see to help use differentiate between the four seasons.
In English, we will be looking at stories by the same author. The books we will be mainly focusing on is Paddington stories by Michael Bond. We will then be focusing on different non-fiction texts as we put our historian hats on to discover the events that unfolded in 1666 in the Great Fire of London.
In maths, we will be adding and subtracting numbers between 20 and using different mathematical models. We will then be starting to work with numbers up to 50 and how we can count in tens to helps us work with larger numbers.
Please ensure all your child's school uniform and water bottle is named.
P.E will be on Fridays.
Library and Book Change will be on a Monday.
Check back here for photo updates of school trips and visitors.