Check out the video, for information about how school is going to look in September. As a school, we are doing all we can to adhere to the advice given in the government guidance - which is subject to change at any time. Please watch the video to the end - and then if there are any questions, please get in touch.
One especially for the Year 6 children, with secondary school on the horizon. Enjoy!
Join in with this competition set by our MP MIKE Wood. He would like you to express your gratitude to the NHS workers by creating a thank you poster. Winning design will be printed on the paper! It’s a good one! Entries to be send by Friday 26th June to: email@example.com Or posted to 111a High Street, Wordsley, Stourbridge DY8 5QR
This is for the children in Years 3, 4 and 5 and those learning from home in Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6.
For the Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 children who indicated that they will be returning on June 1st.
Have a go at creating your very own Mr Men or Little Miss character. Remember what makes you YOU!
Link to the recipe book: https://content.twinkl.co.uk/resource/bb/0f/t2-h-4750-wartime-recipe-booklet-_ver_3.pdf?__token__=exp=1593120749~acl=%2Fresource%2Fbb%2F0f%2Ft2-h-4750-wartime-recipe-booklet-_ver_3.pdf%2A~hmac=919183d683c2e44a941e803a06cb361b3ae698b514b217caeb7a4fa8741a6eef
Today's theme is ladybirds. You can join in with my new maths ladybird rhyme, and I set a creative task for you. Dont worry if you haven't got any paint for the potatoes/apple paint task,you can use colouring pencils on paper instead.
Join in with two action rhymes about bees. I've also set you a creative challenge, I'd love for you to draw or mark make a bumble bee. Watch the story " bee and me" and my recording of a bee regaining its strength.
APOLOGIES - In the second chronological ordering task I refer to 150 and 100 years but I meant, 100 years and 50 years old! Ooopsie!!!!
Today, we learn a different rhythm with old McDonald's farm animals, and have fun with five cheeky teddy bears jumping on the bed.
Today, we will be using our fine motor skills to fill, scoop and pour food for the farm animals. We will also sort, and match zoo animals into pairs.
Hi afternoon Nursery. For this activity, you will need a piece of play dough, a spaghetti strand, and past shapes with the hole through the middle. Today, we will be working on developing our fine motor skills which is an important part of development, and enables your child to become more independent. Have a go, lots of support and practice may be needed. You may share your pasta tree on Facebook, school blog or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please listen or join in with ole McDonald farm. Meet the animals from ole McDonald's farm barn. I also tell the story a squish and a squeeze . What's you're favourite animal? And creative task,mark make one of the farm animals. Have a go.😊
Please help me encourage Noah and Georgia to go to bed with a fantastic bed time story!
Choose your favourite character and write a character profile
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Morning Year 6, today we are going to create an experiment to investigate shadows.