Please see below for remote learning activities. There are activities for English, Maths and foundation subjects.
Please access the remote learning button on the school website, where you will find essential websites that will support home learning. We would suggest Rockstars, Topmarks, Bug club (Please also practice the phonics activities on here if you think this will help) and Busy Things. Your child has their own bookmark with individual logins to access these. If there are any issues with this, please contact the school office.
Please contact Mrs. Gordon-Jones or Mrs. Faircloth with any questions.
Our teams call for World Book Day this year (Thursday 4th March) will be at 12 o'clock.
Please click on the link below to access videos for online Maths learning. There is a selection of worksheets that follow on in sequence from the videos, the children can complete these at home. Please complete Week 6 this week and start by watching the video titled Fractions of a set of objects (1), then do the work sheet for that. All the worksheets and answers are available below.
The time table contains the website links and daily information and videos for English and Maths, as well as the foundation subject activities. Please contact us if you have any trouble finding any of these.
The work and activities for Thursday (World Book Day), Friday and next Monday will be posted later in the week.
BBC educational programming
The link below is to the educational package that includes primary programming for 3 hours each day as well as support on the BBC Bitesize websites. These are designed to help and support children with their online learning.
Stoat Class Christmas photo
Christmas audio production
Welcome to Stoat Class!
We hope you all had a lovely half term, this new half term is already flying by! The children have all been working really hard and impressing us with their knowledge and skills. We enjoyed dressing up as Romans on Roman day and learning lots of new facts and information. Some of the costumes and accessories were amazing! The weather is starting to get really cold now, so please remember to bring in a coat every day.
A few reminders;
Please bring reading records in each day and try to read at home at least 3 times a week.
PE is on Tuesdays so please continue to come in wearing full PE kit on PE days.
Remember to bring in a named water bottle.
No pencil cases needed in school, we will provide all the stationery you need.
Please use a book bag (as used in Key Stage 1) or a drawstring bag to bring in reading books and records and any homework you have completed.
Mrs Faircloth and Mrs Gordon-Jones