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Class 5 - Home Learning - Friday 22nd May

Good morning and happy Friday!

This morning the weather doesn’t seem quite as bright as the rest of the week. In fact, the weather is starting to seem very windy. Today I would like you to think about the wind and our presentation. Using this pack ( Download wind-on-the-hill), your activity today is to read through the poem about wind and present it in your own fantastic handwriting. Use this to help ( Download Cursive )

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You can use the guides and sheets provided or present it on whatever paper you like. You may even write your own or another poem about the wind. The only catch is it must be written in your wonderful handwriting styles.


Today's Learning

We are encouraging all parents to use the package the BBC is providing through the Bitesize website. Links to other effective resources will be posted to this newsletter, such as the Oak National Academy. Please do not feel you have to do everything, we want to equip not overload. We encourage you to access this through the daily post on your child's class page as we will still use these to post important information, resources, share messages from teachers and share any work you send in to us.

Bite Size

Bitesize - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons - This website covers a daily input of Maths, English and a wider topic. Each of these contains teaching, activities, games, work and more with familiar faces for children. These will take the place of our daily packs.

For those struggling with internet or computer access the BBC is also providing daily lessons through the red button on your TV remote (also available on iplayer), please be aware the topics covered in these do not match up with the Bitesize daily planning. The schedule for these televised lessons is included below. Each of these programmes are 20 minutes in length and are available at 9:00am each day.

Oak Academy

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/ - This is a Government backed online learning platform. It provides 3 lessons a day from Reception to Y6 and beyond. Each lesson is an hour and ranges from English and Maths through to History, Geography, a Modern Foreign Language e.g. Spanish, Science and Art etc.

Subjects like History and Geography follow the National Curriculum - the topic choices may be different from those your year group were covering in school, but may be of interest. 

 


Shared Work

Today, I began to build a new nest - my old one got destroyed in the storm. I found a wonderful garden with lots of leaves and sticks. It also had a field behind it. I found a lot of strong sticks and a few leaves and I pulled up a bit of grass. Then, carrying as much as I could, I went in search of a good tree to build my nest in. After I’d found the perfect tree, I built my nest. It was quite weak and when I got inside, it crushed under my weight. I went back to the field and found some mud and a bit of animal poo. I then flew back to my nest. I had to remake it because it had fallen apart while I’d been gone. Adding the mud and poo worked really well because it didn’t crush under my weight and after I’d flown around in search of food, it hadn’t fallen apart. I’m really proud of my new nest, it’s much better than the old one, maybe the best in the world, in my opinion. 

An diary entry by Millie (Can you guess the animal?)

 

May 20th, 2020

This morning after I woke up, I went to the toilet, as I was desperate. After I came back in, I was hungry, so my mummy fed me, it was really yummy and I wanted more, because I am a greedy dog and all I want to do is eat!

After breakfast I went for a nap with my sister Mollie, I loved it, it was amazing, and I had a really good dream. Later I played with my good, amazing big brother Leo. It was fun we played tug with a stick and were pretending to fight. When the postman arrived me and Leo went crazy and started barking at him, I love doing this it is so much fun.

After lunch I played with Mollie, my sissy, it was cool. After I was so tired, I had to have another nap before I played again and had to go outside because I was desperate for the loo. Before I knew it, it was tea time, I ate it quickly and begged my mummy for more. In the evening I went to watch a movie with mummy and daddy before I went to bed.

A diary entry by Mollie (I think I can guess the animal here!)

 

Archie had been out in the wild for almost one whole week and he was very hungry. Then all ofa sudden he stumbled across this odd machine thingy, would it take him home? He definitelyhoped it would. Well he was about to find out. He stepped inside slowly, then he carefullypressed a few buttons... Then all of a sudden there was a bright green flash of light. It was soblinding that when he closed his eyes he could still see it. Then when he opened his eyes herealised that he was in the same location, but it definitely didn’t look like Sepilok, there werehundreds upon thousands of dinosaurs! He, Archie had gone back in time! Archie turned aroundquickly so he could get back in the time machine but the time machine had gone. He was lost.

An extract from Phoebe's creative writing about her adopted Orangutan Archie.

 

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Some fantastic art work inspired by Andy Goldsworthy, created by Jayden.


If you have any questions or need any support with learning at home please contact our new class specific email at:

class5homelearning@richardson.derbyshire.sch.uk

All the best, 

Mr Redmond 

 

Class 3 Home Learning - Friday 22nd May

 

Hello Class 3, 

I hope you are enjoying our week of outdoor fun. To finish off this week and to give you plenty to do over the weekend, we'd like you to try and look after the butterflies by creating a feeder for them.

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We love butterflies and enjoy sitting in our gardens watching them fluttering about and landing on their favourite flowers. This feeder is a very simple way to attract butterflies to your garden and allow you to have a closer look at all the different varieties.

You might want to take a picture of them and either create a sketch of your butterfly or if you have lots of photos, turn them into a butterfly resource book. 

As well as this we've included the link below from The Woodland Trust which has lots of great activities for you and your family to enjoy over the holiday:

  http://www.treetoolsforschools.org.uk/categorymenu/?cat=activities

We're looking forward to the amazing photos and art work, have a lovely week off and be safe.

Love

Mrs Rawlings and Mrs O’Callaghan

 

 

HOME LEARNING

We are encouraging all parents to use the package the BBC is providing through the Bitesize website. Links to other effective resources will be posted to this newsletter, such as the Oak National Academy.

Please do not feel you have to do everything, we want to equip not overload. We encourage you to access this through the daily post on your child's class page as we will still use these to post important information, resources, share messages from teachers and share any work you send in to us.

If you have any questions or need any support with learning at home please contact our new class specific email at:

class3homelearning@richardson.derbyshire.sch.uk

Bitesize - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

This website covers a daily input of Maths, English and a wider topic. Each of these contains teaching, activities, games, work and more with familiar faces for children. These will take the place of our daily packs.

For those struggling with internet or computer access the BBC is also providing daily lessons through the red button on your TV remote (also available on iPlayer), please be aware the topics covered in these do not match up with the Bitesize daily planning. Each of these programmes are 20 minutes in length and are available at 9:00am each day.

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/ - This is a Government backed online learning platform. It provides 3 lessons a day from Reception to Y6 and beyond. Each lesson is an hour and ranges from English and Maths through to History, Geography, a Modern Foreign Language e.g. Spanish, Science and Art etc.

Subjects like History and Geography follow the National Curriculum - the topic choices may be different from those your year group were covering in school, but may be of interest. 

Thank you

Class R - Home Learning 21st May - OUTDOOR CLASSROOM DAY

Good morning Class R! I hope you are enjoying outdoor week so far! 

Today is OUTDOOR CLASSROOM DAY 2020!

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For us in Reception, we spend a lot of our time and learning outdoors, we are very lucky. Something that we do at school sometimes is build dens! Although this is a team activity and we would be working with our friends, I wondered today if you could work with your grown ups and siblings (if you have some) and build a cool den in your garden! Once your den is finished, you could take some books or toys in there and have a cosy, outdoor play and read! 

When I was a little girl, I loved making dens with my brother and sister. We would use old bed sheets, blankets, cushions, pegs, chairs and my mum's washing line! But you can use whatever you can find! The possibilities are endless. 

I hope you have lots of fun making a den! Send me some photos if you would like.

If you'd like to read more about OUTDOOR CLASSROOM DAY then visit here: https://outdoorclassroomday.org.uk/ 

Our Home Learning

Yesterday Ellis sent a photo of him and his brother Max. They hired the cricket pitches to go and play with their family. They are heading back there today as Ellis' Mummy said she needs some more practise :-). Great to see you all having fun outside!

 

 

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Class 2 Home Learning - The Great Outdoors 21st May 2020

Good morning everyone and a very happy Thursday to you all!

Cute-happy-sun-animation-9Wowsers - look at my car thermometer from yesterday!

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It certainly was a hat, sun cream and plenty of water kind of day!

How did you get on with your right and lefts yesterday?

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I set Mrs Hird a challenge and asked her whether when she usually goes on her walk does she turn left or right? She told me that she usually turns right, so I asked her to turn left instead and to find out where that took her - look at the lovely photographs she sent me:

Map 2Can you see where Mrs Hird ended up? Do you recognise it? What little friend did she make?

When Mrs Hird sent me the photographs, it got me thinking all about maps and how we can follow them to show us where to go but that we also use them to show us the route where we have been - here's Mrs Hird's map which shows us where she had been:

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Take a look at this road map of Smalley and its surrounding area, can you see Smalley? What places are near to it?  Can you point them out on the map as you read them? Where would our wonderful, little school be?

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Perhaps today, whilst you're out walking, you might look at a map of the area where you will go, or you might have an app that tracks where you you have been, or you might draw your own map to show the places that you passed along the way.  Will you do as Mrs Hird did and go left instead of right?

Map 2.pngRemember to stay safe wherever you go and always go with your Mummy or Daddy. 

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Good luck and happy exploring - please send any work to share to our class email which is down below.

Love from Mrs Reckless & Mrs Hird xx

Home learning

We are encouraging all parents to use the package the BBC is providing through the Bitesize website. Links to other effective resources will be posted to this newsletter, such as the Oak National Academy.

Please do not feel you have to do everything, we want to equip not overload. We encourage you to access this through the daily post on your child's class page as we will still use these to post important information, resources, share messages from teachers and share any work you send in to us.

If you have any questions or need any support with learning at home please contact our new class specific email at:

class2homelearning@richardson.derbyshire.sch.uk

The BBC Bitesize today https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons  is looking at our five times table in Maths.  We love to use 'Hit the Button' in class, here is the link to practise your 2, 10 and 5 timestable:  https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

In English, the BBC Bitesize is teaching us about the days of the week, verbs (doing words or action words) and using them in a diary. In Computing, it looks at what goes into making a computer game and how algorithms (a set of instructions/rules) work.

For those struggling with internet or computer access, the BBC is also providing daily lessons through the red button on your TV remote (also available on iPlayer).

The Oak Academy https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-2#schedule looks like this today:

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Sharing learning

Thank you Honey for sharing your super scarecrow photograph with us.  The scarecrow is wearing the special Fox socks - can you spot them?

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Class 5 - Home Learning - Thursday 21st May

Good Morning,

Today we are thinking about what makes the perfect picnic. Look at this activity ( Download planning-the-best-picnic-ever). Use the sheet provide as a guide to your activity, but do not feel you have to complete your plan on the sheets. If you would prefer to make a powerpoint, use or own paper and get creative or even use a word processor, that’s ok.

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There are lots of things to consider when making the perfect picnic so make sure you think carefully about each. The picnic needs to be fun for everyone so make sure you include something all your guests will enjoy, whether it’s their favourite food or a game they enjoy.

I look forward to seeing your ‘perfect picnics’


Today's Learning

We are encouraging all parents to use the package the BBC is providing through the Bitesize website. Links to other effective resources will be posted to this newsletter, such as the Oak National Academy. Please do not feel you have to do everything, we want to equip not overload. We encourage you to access this through the daily post on your child's class page as we will still use these to post important information, resources, share messages from teachers and share any work you send in to us.

Bite Size

Bitesize - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons - This website covers a daily input of Maths, English and a wider topic. Each of these contains teaching, activities, games, work and more with familiar faces for children. These will take the place of our daily packs.

For those struggling with internet or computer access the BBC is also providing daily lessons through the red button on your TV remote (also available on iplayer), please be aware the topics covered in these do not match up with the Bitesize daily planning. The schedule for these televised lessons is included below. Each of these programmes are 20 minutes in length and are available at 9:00am each day.

Oak Academy

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/ - This is a Government backed online learning platform. It provides 3 lessons a day from Reception to Y6 and beyond. Each lesson is an hour and ranges from English and Maths through to History, Geography, a Modern Foreign Language e.g. Spanish, Science and Art etc.

Subjects like History and Geography follow the National Curriculum - the topic choices may be different from those your year group were covering in school, but may be of interest. 

 


Shared Work

Today, I began to build a new nest - my old one got destroyed in the storm. I found a wonderful garden with lots of leaves and sticks. It also had a field behind it. I found a lot of strong sticks and a few leaves and I pulled up a bit of grass. Then, carrying as much as I could, I went in search of a good tree to build my nest in. After I’d found the perfect tree, I built my nest. It was quite weak and when I got inside, it crushed under my weight. I went back to the field and found some mud and a bit of animal poo. I then flew back to my nest. I had to remake it because it had fallen apart while I’d been gone. Adding the mud and poo worked really well because it didn’t crush under my weight and after I’d flown around in search of food, it hadn’t fallen apart. I’m really proud of my new nest, it’s much better than the old one, maybe the best in the world, in my opinion. 

An diary entry by Millie (Can you guess the animal?)

 

May 20th, 2020

This morning after I woke up, I went to the toilet, as I was desperate. After I came back in, I was hungry, so my mummy fed me, it was really yummy and I wanted more, because I am a greedy dog and all I want to do is eat!

After breakfast I went for a nap with my sister Mollie, I loved it, it was amazing, and I had a really good dream. Later I played with my good, amazing big brother Leo. It was fun we played tug with a stick and were pretending to fight. When the postman arrived me and Leo went crazy and started barking at him, I love doing this it is so much fun.

After lunch I played with Mollie, my sissy, it was cool. After I was so tired, I had to have another nap before I played again and had to go outside because I was desperate for the loo. Before I knew it, it was tea time, I ate it quickly and begged my mummy for more. In the evening I went to watch a movie with mummy and daddy before I went to bed.

A diary entry by Mollie (I think I can guess the animal here!)

 

Archie had been out in the wild for almost one whole week and he was very hungry. Then all ofa sudden he stumbled across this odd machine thingy, would it take him home? He definitelyhoped it would. Well he was about to find out. He stepped inside slowly, then he carefullypressed a few buttons... Then all of a sudden there was a bright green flash of light. It was soblinding that when he closed his eyes he could still see it. Then when he opened his eyes herealised that he was in the same location, but it definitely didn’t look like Sepilok, there werehundreds upon thousands of dinosaurs! He, Archie had gone back in time! Archie turned aroundquickly so he could get back in the time machine but the time machine had gone. He was lost.

An extract from Phoebe's creative writing about her adopted Orangutan Archie.

 

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Some fantastic art work inspired by Andy Goldsworthy, created by Jayden.


If you have any questions or need any support with learning at home please contact our new class specific email at:

class5homelearning@richardson.derbyshire.sch.uk

All the best, 

Mr Redmond 

 

Class 1 Home Learning - Thursday 21st May

Happy Thursday Class 1,

Continuing with our ‘outdoor’ and ‘exercise’ theme, I have really enjoyed getting out and about for a walk each day. We often play ‘I spy’ as we’re walking, or do ‘Scavenger Hunts.’ Here are some activities you might like to try whilst getting out of the house.

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Download Scavenger Hunt

 The Woodland Trust have lots of other lovely activities which you might enjoy too. Follow the link to choose one you like.

 http://www.treetoolsforschools.org.uk/categorymenu/?cat=activities

Please let me know how you get on by emailing your photographs to our Class 1 email.

Love Mrs Rodgers xx

HOME LEARNING

We are encouraging all parents to use the package the BBC is providing through the Bitesize website. Links to other effective resources will be posted to this newsletter, such as the Oak National Academy.

Please do not feel you have to do everything, we want to equip not overload. We encourage you to access this through the daily post on your child's class page as we will still use these to post important information, resources, share messages from teachers and share any work you send in to us.

If you have any questions or need any support with learning at home please contact our new class specific email at:

class1homelearning@richardson.derbyshire.sch.uk

Bitesize - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

This website covers a daily input of Maths, English and a wider topic. Each of these contains teaching, activities, games, work and more with familiar faces for children. These will take the place of our daily packs.

For those struggling with internet or computer access the BBC is also providing daily lessons through the red button on your TV remote (also available on iPlayer), please be aware the topics covered in these do not match up with the Bitesize daily planning. Each of these programmes are 20 minutes in length and are available at 9:00am each day.

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/ - This is a Government backed online learning platform. It provides 3 lessons a day from Reception to Y6 and beyond. Each lesson is an hour and ranges from English and Maths through to History, Geography, a Modern Foreign Language e.g. Spanish, Science and Art etc.

Subjects like History and Geography follow the National Curriculum - the topic choices may be different from those your year group were covering in school, but may be of interest. 

Thank you

Class 6 - Home Learning - Thursday 21st May

Good morning Class 6!

Thank you Amelia for your lovely pic-collage!

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Thank you Sam for your excellent tree work from yesterday! (Really not sure about the shirt though!🤣)

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Sam 6

Sam 7

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I recognise that final tree, 164 years, wow! Thank you Sam.👍

Also some fantastic tree work here from Oliver as well!

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"The Conker tree was 186cm which is 74.4 years old.

What is the oldest living shark?"

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Great question Oliver! Does anyone know the answer? 

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Continuing with the theme of trees, we're going to look at a clever way of measuring how tall a tree is.

How tall is that tree?

Step by step

  1. Stand with your legs apart and your back to the tree.
  2.  Keeping your legs straight, bend down and look at the tree between your legs.
  3. Move backwards or forwards so that you can just about see the top of the tree between your legs.
  4. Measure the distance between your feet and the tree trunk. When you can see the top of the tree between your legs, the distance between your feet and the trunk is about the same height as the tree.
  5. Think about how you will measure the distance between your feet and the tree. You could ask someone else in your household to count strides or heel-to-toe steps between you and the tree trunk.

Told you it was clever!

How does this work?

  • This method works because the angle of sight from between the legs (when you can only just see the top of the tree) to the top of the tree is approximately 45 degrees.

  • The angle of the tree with the ground is 90 degrees (a right angle). An approximate Isosceles triangle is then formed. This means that the distance between your feet and the tree trunk is approximately the same as the height of the tree. 

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Please send in any pictures and findings to:

class6homelearning@richardson.derbyshire.sch.uk

Today's Bitesize includes converting decimals into fractions, writing a thank-you letter and what makes a good computer game!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zncsscw/year-6-and-p7-lessons/1

The Oak National Academy looks at illustrating and naming parts of a circle, diaries and asks 'What was the Holocaust?'

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/year-6#schedule

For those struggling with internet or computer access, the BBC is also providing daily lessons through the red button on your TV remote (also available on iPlayer).

Enjoy and please don't forget to share your work with myself and the rest of the class!

Take care and stay safe,

Mr Redgrave😊🌈

Class 3 Home Learning - Thursday 21st May

Birds feeding

Good Morning Class 3,  as the sun is shining now is a good time to enjoy watching the birds in your garden. A great way to do that is to create a simple Bird Feeder.

Many birds adore peanuts, but we have to be sure we use only unsalted  and unroasted Peanuts as the others  can lead to dehydration  And yes, you read that right - peanut butter is also beloved by many of our   friends. Crunchy varieties are fine, but stick to a no added salt variety - organic is ideal. 

Try these simple ways to make your own Bird Feeder

Cardboard Tubes

These can be small or large. Spread peanut butter across the cardboard tube and roll through seed mixture. The more peanut butter you put on the more seeds will get stuck. This can be placed or hung up in the garden.

Oranges

These can be cut in half and hung up as they are for fruit-eating birds. Alternatively, the fruit can be removed and the orange peel used to hold birdseed.

Apples

These can also be cut up and put out as they are, or they can be coated in peanut butter and birdseed before being suspended in a tree.

Pine Cones

Pine cones can be used in the same way as the cardboard tubes. Simply cover in peanut butter and roll through birdseed mix. As an extra treat small fruits such as grapes can also be added.

String

This is one of the simplest options. Using string to make a food necklace to hang up in the garden, this can include cereals and fruit such as cheerios and grapes.

Once you have finished building your feeder, hang it up and send us a picture and maybe even with of some of the birds using it. 

Enjoy watching the birds flock to sample your treats.

Mrs Rawlings  and Mrs O'Callaghan  x

 

HOME LEARNING

We are encouraging all parents to use the package the BBC is providing through the Bitesize website. Links to other effective resources will be posted to this newsletter, such as the Oak National Academy.

Please do not feel you have to do everything, we want to equip not overload. We encourage you to access this through the daily post on your child's class page as we will still use these to post important information, resources, share messages from teachers and share any work you send in to us.

If you have any questions or need any support with learning at home please contact our new class specific email at:

class3homelearning@richardson.derbyshire.sch.uk

Bitesize

Bitesize - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

This website covers a daily input of Maths, English and a wider topic. Each of these contains teaching, activities, games, work and more with familiar faces for children. These will take the place of our daily packs.

Daily

For those struggling with internet or computer access the BBC is also providing daily lessons through the red button on your TV remote (also available on iPlayer), please be aware the topics covered in these do not match up with the Bitesize daily planning. The schedule for these televised lessons is included below. Each of these programmes are 20 minutes in length and are available at 9:00am each day.

Oak2

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/ - This is a Government backed online learning platform. It provides 3 lessons a day from Reception to Y6 and beyond. Each lesson is an hour and ranges from English and Maths through to History, Geography, a Modern Foreign Language e.g. Spanish, Science and Art etc.

Subjects like History and Geography follow the National Curriculum - the topic choices may be different from those your year group were covering in school, but may be of interest. 

Thank you

Class 4 Home Learning - Thursday 21st May

Good Morning Year 4,

I hope you enjoyed getting outside yesterday in the beautifully warm sunshine.

Thank you for your photos- I loved seeing them!

Here is Max enjoying riding his scooter:

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Also busy is our other Max and his brother Ellis who were practising their cricket skills:

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Thank you also to Sophie for sending in her photos of her having a fab time in the garden with her sister. The ice-cream looks delicious Sophie!

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I've been in the garden as well and am enjoying seeing the flowers bloom. Here are some of the roses, wild roses and peonies from our garden:

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With these lovely outdoor images in mind, and the fact that today is Outdoor Classroom Day, today's activities focus on investigating the plant and wildlife in your garden or on your walk. Why not try these challenges and also create some artwork inspired by the plants, leaves, insects, birds, animals and much more that you encounter...

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Please keep sending in your photos - whatever it is that you're up to - so that we can share them on the website. We love hearing from you!

Have a fab day!

Love Mrs Macdonald

 

HOME LEARNING

We are encouraging all parents to use the package the BBC is providing through the Bitesize website. Links to other effective resources will be posted to this newsletter, such as the Oak National Academy.

Please do not feel you have to do everything, we want to equip not overload. We encourage you to access this through the daily post on your child's class page as we will still use these to post important information, resources, share messages from teachers and share any work you send in to us.

If you have any questions or need any support with learning at home please contact our new class specific email at:

class4homelearning@richardson.derbyshire.sch.uk

Bitesize

Bitesize - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

This website covers a daily input of Maths, English and a wider topic. Each of these contains teaching, activities, games, work and more with familiar faces for children. These will take the place of our daily packs.

Daily

For those struggling with internet or computer access the BBC is also providing daily lessons through the red button on your TV remote (also available on iPlayer), please be aware the topics covered in these do not match up with the Bitesize daily planning. The schedule for these televised lessons is included below. Each of these programmes are 20 minutes in length and are available at 9:00am each day.

Oak2

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/ - This is a Government backed online learning platform. It provides 3 lessons a day from Reception to Y6 and beyond. Each lesson is an hour and ranges from English and Maths through to History, Geography, a Modern Foreign Language e.g. Spanish, Science and Art etc.

Subjects like History and Geography follow the National Curriculum - the topic choices may be different from those your year group were covering in school, but may be of interest. 

Thank you

Class 3 - Home Learning Gallery

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