Another very busy week, we were off on Monday but still managed to fit in lots of fun, challenging and thoughtful tasks.
We had our usual daily tasks of Spelling, Number Talks and Reading, along with our energetic participation to Joe Wicks exercise classes and Mr Muldoon’s challenges; teachers included, thankfully no video footage of that!
Here are some examples of the work uploaded onto Teams from our classes. We have a lovely example of spelling and a fantastic Number Talks layout, clearly showing the strategy of removal.
In Maths we looked at fractions of a whole number and did a little place value revision. Here are some fantastic examples provided by our classes.
We also did lots of tasks for Literacy, this included, reading, developing our listening skills, writing and also looking at some grammar points. There was an activity looking at prefixes and this was particularly well done by P5. Here is just one example of the work carried out.
There were tasks to design French posters, make a happiness jar, make a wind chime, research the story of the amazingly brave girl Anne Frank. We have also been following the music scheme ‘Treasure Island’ and the children were asked to practice the 6th song of the series ‘Jimmy be Good’. Maybe we could have a P5 concert when we all get back together to showcase all of the songs we have covered! We also had some General Knowledge quizzes, for all the future budding ‘The Chase’ competitors, maybe one day we could have a go at taking on the Governess!
We hope you enjoyed today’s Mass, it was truly lovely for many reasons but in particular it was so nice to hear the children’s voices at the end. We miss you all and are so proud of how well you are all coping with things. Take care everyone and have a lovely weekend.
Mrs Mac and Mrs K