Daily Work – 03/6/20

Jun 3, 2020COVID-19

Nursery

Nursery – Wednesday 3rd June  

Good morning Nursery and hello Wednesday!

We’re continuing with PSHE – taking care of ourselves and others. How are you managing with saying, PLEASE and THANK YOU? We think you will have been great! Don’t forget to put something in your gratitude jar if you made one.

Fine motor skills:

Cheerio/pasta play: We have done this many times in nursery, so you could be the one to teach your grown-up. All you need is dry spaghetti and small beads or cereal hoops and dough or some soil to place the spaghetti into (see the picture for ideas). Use your fingers to place one hoop onto the spaghetti at a time. Those finger muscles will be super strong in no time.

RWI Phonics:

Today’s sound is ‘s’ which I’m sure you will enjoy learning and joining in with!

YouTube Ruth Miskin Training website:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Maths activity – number recognition and counting with cheerios:

Use the same resources as the fine motor task.  This time ask your grown up to write numbers (you can choose which ones) next to the spaghetti. Now place the correct amount of cheerios onto the spaghetti. Turn it into a game by using a dice.  When you roll a number, place that amount of cheerios onto the pasta. First one to the top of the pasta wins! Good luck!

PSHE Week activities:

Today we are focusing on well-being.

What is Well-being?

Well-being is the state of being healthy, safe, comfortable and happy. It is fundamental to our overall health and it helps us to overcome difficulties and achieve what we want in life. More generally, well-being is just feeling well and that is something we want you all to feel.

  • Option 1 – Create a ‘stone pet.’ We thought that you would enjoy creating your own stone pet that you could keep as a friend or hide somewhere for someone else to find. All you need is a stone of your choice. Simply decorate it using anything you have in your house: paper, colours, materials and glue. Or you may want to just put smiles and hearts on it!
  • Option 3 – Write a message for a special person. Miss Baud drew a flower and wrote some words on each petal to describe how person was special. Give it a try and it would be lovely if you were able to safely deliver or post it to them.

 

Have a great sunny day Nursery.  We are sending you big smiles along your way.

Reception

Reception Wednesday 3rd June  

Good morning Reception. Lovely to see lots of smiling faces yesterday. Don’t forget to put something in your gratitude jar today and if you need some chill out time enjoy giving your glitter jar a gentle shake and watch to see how the glitter moves.

Phonics:

Set 1 sounds are repeating and the sound of the day is: s

Set 2 sound (repeated) is: igh

Go on an indoor sound hunt. How many ‘s’ or ‘igh’ sounds can you find? These could be written on the side of packets or they could be within the names of something. For example: apple, sofa or light. Let us know what you find. You could even write them down!

Writing – The snail writes messages in the story. We would like you to write your own message. It could be to one of your friends, one of your family or one of your teachers. We would love to see your pictures and we might even be able to write a short message back.

Maths – Wherever the snail went there were dangers and problems. Tell your grown up about them. Can you count to see how many dangers there were? You might want to make a tally chart or a numbered list. I wonder which one you thought was his biggest problem.  https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Day-3-The-Snail-and-the-Whale.pdf

PSHE week activities:

What is Wellbeing?

Well-being is the state of being healthy, safe, comfortable and happy. It is fundamental to our overall health and it helps us to overcome difficulties and achieve what we want in life. More generally, well-being is just feeling well and that is something we want you all to feel.

Today we would like you to go cloud watching – When the weather is good, take a walk into your garden and lie down and watch the clouds go by.  See what different shapes and animals the members of your family see in the clouds – not everyone will see the same.

Even though the snail is small, he helps to save the whale. Think about your abilities. Is there anything that you though you couldn’t do, but you managed to when you tried?

Maybe you would like to make a worry jar. Just like our worry monster in school, a worry jar can take the worries from your head. You can then talk about your worries to a grown up. When you don’t worry about that thing anymore you can tear it up and put it in the bin, because that worry has now gone away. https://www.partnershipforchildren.org.uk/uploads/Files/PDFs/Resilience%20Activities/Worry%20Jar.pdf

Have a lovely day and we look forward to seeing what you get up to.

Mrs Cassidy and Miss Cavanagh 😊

Year 1

Year 1 Wednesday 3rd June
Happy Wednesday, Year 1! We hope you enjoyed your learning yesterday and found time to be mindful. Miss Thompson and Miss Bunce enjoyed some rainbow breathing and creating some mindfulness colouring 🌈 

Today’s tasks: 
Maths – 
Today, we are going to be thinking about volume and capacity. Capacity is the total amount of liquid something can hold, like a glass or a cup if it is full. Volume is what we measure when we see how much liquid is inside something – it might not be full to the top.

Today’s lesson – Summer Term – Week 6 (w/c 1st June) – Lesson 3  https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

As always, watch the video first. Remember, you can pause or rewatch as often as you like! Once you have watched the video and you feel happy to, give the worksheets a go! There are images on Facebook and the PDF is on the website and in the email sent to you.
Lesson-3-Introduce-capacity-and-volume
As you go about your day, see how often you can use the words ‘full’ and ‘empty’, ‘nearly’ and ‘almost’. You might describe your glass of water or your bath!

Extra challenge…
 

English – 
RWInc. Time!
RWInc. Updates – From 1st June, all speed sounds lessons will be available from 9.30am. Those children in Set 2 and Set 3 groups will have new words for reading.  

All sets will have red words (tricky words) to practise. These are slightly further down the page.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Miss Thompson’s group – Set 1 and Red Words 1
Mrs O’Hara and Mrs Harm’s groups – Set 2 and Red Words 1
Miss Bunce, Miss Jobey and Mrs Neve’s groups – Set 3 and Red Words 2

If you think your child is very confident recognising and reading the sounds in the set they have been practising, we suggest they try the next set of sounds. For any children who are very confident with Set 3 sounds, there is a video called ‘Read Longer Words’ which they can practise. 

Today is our third day completing tasks from ‘Sayeeda, the Pirate Princess’ home booklet:
https://www.talk4writing.com/home-school-units/  

Why not start by having a little singalong with a song that Sayeeda and her family lovehttps://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/nursery-rhymes-when-i-was-one-i-sucked-my-thumb/zhbyt39  

We hope you enjoyed your tasks yesterday! Sometimes when we read stories, we come across words that are unfamiliar (we have never heard them before) 

Task 1: Your first little task for today is on page 8 – it gives you words from the story and we would like you to find out what they mean with your grownup. You could act them out or draw a picture to show their meaning! 

Task 2: On page 10, there is a picture of a treasure chest. If you were a pirate and found a treasure chest, what treasure would you wish for? Pick 6 things that you would love to find and write them down somewhere, you can draw a picture of the items too if you like.

Task 3: Sayeeda needs your help – She has written a page in her diary on page 11, but she has forgotten her capital letters and full stops! Could you help her by correcting her work? You could use a green pen like we do in the classroom.

Remember, these activities are suggestions and if you don’t do all 3 tasks don’t worry. Do what works for you and your family. We would love to see your work in the comments below 😊 

Afternoon
This week we have a focus on mental health, mindfulness and wellbeing, which is so important for everyone, and even more so at unusual times like this. We hope you are enjoying putting notes into your gratitude jars! We can’t wait to read ours at the end of the week 💖 

This afternoon, our focus is on ‘Wellbeing’.

What is Wellbeing? 

Well-being is the state of being healthy, safe, comfortable and happy. It is fundamental to our overall health and it helps us to overcome difficulties and achieve what we want in life. More generally, well-being is just feeling well and that is something we want you all to feel. 

 Here are some ideas: 

Reading
We hope you are enjoying lots of books while you’re at home 📚 Miss Bunce and Miss Thompson are enjoying some reading in the garden when it is not raining! Remember, you can select a reading book just like you’d get in school; this is outlined in an email sent the 27th April. You might also enjoy checking out this website to see and hear more books being read to you: https://www.booktrust.org.uk/books-and-reading/have-some-fun/storybooks-and-games/ 

Happy reading!
🌈 Have a wonderful Wednesday 🌈  

Miss Bunce and Miss Thompson x 

Year 2

Wednesday 3rd June

We are half way through the week, Year 2. Wow, as always it is flying by. We hope that you’re enjoying the PSHE activities and we would like to say a huge well done to all of you who are reading every day. We are very proud of all of you!

Linking to our mindfulness activities yesterday, we’re going to start our day calmly and do some cosmic yoga. Here is the link to follow: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5uIZ2KOZZeQDQo_Gsi_qbQ

Daily tasks

Maths – Yesterday, you learnt how to divide numbers by sharing, another way to divide numbers is grouping and that is what we are going to be doing today.  Follow the link https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/ then choose ‘Week 6 (w/c 1st June) and then click ‘Lesson 3 – Grouping.’ Watch the video and then have a go at completing the worksheet – click here Lesson-3-Make-equal-groups-grouping-2019 We have also attached a Top Tips sheet to the e-mail if you need any extra support.

English – We hope you enjoyed using your imagination yesterday when writing a conversation between the boy and the alien. Today we would like you to write the story based on the film clip ‘The Way Back Home’. You might want to begin by giving the boy a name or you can refer to him as a young boy. Stories take quite a long time to write so we would just like you to write the first part today, stopping at the part where the alien’s spaceship breaks down. We have attached a picture sequence sheet to the e-mail to help you and you might want to watch the clip again. https://www.literacyshed.com/thewaybackhome.html.

Think of how you could begin your story, e.g. It was the holidays and Zac was very bored. He came across some equipment in the garage so he decided to build himself a rocket……

Look at each picture to help you to remember what comes next. Remember to use adverbs of time such as first, then, next, after and finally to keep your story flowing. You could also use some of the speech that you came up with yesterday. Last but not least, remember important punctuation and expanded noun phrases for description. We will finish our stories tomorrow.

Phonics – Set 1, 2 and 3 Speed Sounds lessons will restart and Set 2 and 3 Speed Sounds lessons will include new words for reading and spelling. Join in with the speed sound lesson and the word time spelling lesson as well. Remember to tick or fix! Choose Set 3 sounds video if you have an orange, yellow, blue or grey reading book. If you have a green, purple or pink reading book, choose Set 2 sounds video.

There are new videos added for reading red words too. For those who have a green, purple, pink and orange reading book, read red words 1. For those who have a yellow, blue and grey reading book, read red words 2. If you can’t logon, then you can find green words and red words at the back of your reading diaries.

If you do not read ‘Read Write Inc’ reading books, there is a video for you to watch all about reading longer words.

Afternoon

PSHE – It’s our third day of PSHE week. Before we introduce your activity, don’t forget to add something new to your gratitude jar! It could be a person that you’re grateful for today. What might they have done to help you? Today we are going to focus on well-being.

What is Well-being?

Well-being is the state of being healthy, safe, comfortable and happy. It is fundamental to our overall health and it helps us to overcome difficulties and achieve what we want in life. More generally, well-being is just feeling well and that is something we want you all to feel.

First, create a ‘stone pet’ to share worries with and to have as a friend. You could design your own creature on the stone or draw your favourite animal. Don’t forget to give it a name! Here are some instructions to follow: https://www.redtedart.com/kids-crafts-matchbox-stone-pets/.

Next, remember that it is totally normal to sometimes feel a bit sad, worried or anxious. For those occasions, we’d like you to create a ‘self-care kit’ or a ‘calming kit.’ This could be in an old shoe box or something that you can use to keep your kit safe. You can decorate it in your own way and choose somewhere special to put it. Take a look at this website link for some ideas of how to make it. https://www.partnershipforchildren.org.uk/uploads/Files/PDFs/Resilience%20Activities/Coping%20Toolbox.pdf Include things that make you happy or calm, things that make you smile and maybe a few treats to save for a rainy day! You can keep your stone pet and mindful colouring inside your kit too.

Once you have finished your self-care kit, you might want to look at this poster  https://www.partnershipforchildren.org.uk/uploads/Files/PDFs/Resilience%20Activities/Ways%20to%20Feel%20Better.pdf and discuss the different things you could do if you are feeling a little bit sad or worried. You could even print this off and put it in your box.

We would love to see what you come up with. Miss Jobey and Mrs Bainbridge are going to do our stone pets and share them in the comments!

Stay safe and keep smiling!

From Mrs Bainbridge and Miss Jobey

Year 3

Year 3 Wednesday 3rd June

Morning everyone! It’s our first rainy day in a while today isn’t it? At least all the flowers and plants have had a good watering – Mrs Mc’s violas have been looking a bit limp in the heat. Every cloud has a silver lining! Wake yourself up with a Joe Wicks workout at 9 (weren’t those 5 minute ab-busters hard yesterday?!?!) and let your mind be ready to go and continue with our PHSE week. We’ll be continuing colouring our mindfulness pictures from yesterday to keep us happy. Hope you enjoyed!

Today’s tasks:

Maths- https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-3/ Summer Term – Week 4 (w/c 11th May) – Lesson 3 – Divide a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number. Today’s lesson focuses on division and remember this is the inverse (opposite) to multiplication. Start the lesson by having a go at the problem before the teacher shows you how to. Think back to our lessons in school on division and using a place value grid to solve them. Then watch the example and see if you were right. Carefully watch the rest of the video and have a go at the questions when you are told to do so. Click on the link underneath to get the questions.

Lesson-3-Divide-2-digits-by-1-digit-2-2019

On Purple Mash we have set you a division game in you 2Dos called Division using 3, 4 and 8. Play this game a few times and it will help you to improve you mental ability to divide.

English – Click on: https://www.thenational.academy/year-3/english/poetry-identifying-the-features-of-a-text-year-3-wk3-3

Today you’ll meet Mr Mac who will recap on what you’ve done so far. You might have seen them mention WAGOLL – this means ‘what a good one looks like’ and will be important today – it’s how we ‘magpie’ ideas from other places. We do this all the time at school! Mr Mac has some very good examples and you can spot the features of the poem together. Do the activity where you can identify the features of the poem then mark them together with Mr Mac.

Afternoon

PSHE Focus – Wellbeing

What is Wellbeing?

Well-being is the state of being healthy, safe, comfortable and happy. It is fundamental to our overall health and it helps us to overcome difficulties and achieve what we want in life. More generally, well-being is just feeling well and that is something we want you all to feel.

Task:

· Create a ‘stone pet’ to share worries with/have as a friend – I actually found this very therapeutic searching for a stone and decorating it. https://www.redtedart.com/kids-crafts-matchbox-stone-pets/

Year 4

Year 4 – Wednesday 3rd June  

Hello, Year 4! How are you finding PHSE week? Did you enjoy the mindfulness tasks? Miss Whaley and Miss Conway found them very relaxing. Don’t forget to keep adding your notes to your ‘gratitude jar’ and post lots of photographs in the comments below as we love to hear/see you! It really brightens up our day.  

A Times Table Rock Star battle has been set up between Year 4 and Year 3.  Could you find some time between tasks to log in and gain some points? 

9am – It is Joe Wicks time! The day is always so much better when we start it with some exercise to wake up our brains.  

Today’s tasks: 

Maths – Are you ready to continue with perimeter and area? Yesterday, we looked at finding the perimeter orectilinear shapes. Today, we are going to be moving onto calculating the area by counting squares.  We have already looked at this in school, so we hope you that you can whizz through the tasksBegin by clicking on the following link and then scroll down to ‘Summer Term – Week 4 (w/c 11th May)’ and select ‘Lesson 4 – Area counting squares’. The video will remind you of what to do and will then share some questions for you to answer. We have attached today’s worksheet to our email, so after you have finished the video, there are some more questions for you to work your way through. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-4/  

English – We are moving onto lesson 2 of non-chronological reports today and we will be focusing on structure. This lesson looks at how a non-chronological report is structured and how this can help you answer questions. Begin by clicking on the following link, it will ask you to complete a quiz to start with, but you can skip this by clicking on ‘next activity’ and it will then take you to a video.  Watch the video carefully, you can pause it at any time, or go back to the start if you need to watch it more than once.  After the video, use the little arrows at the bottom to take you through the PowerPoint slides, which will show you the text from the video.  At the end of the PowerPoint, there are some questions to answer, remember you can use the arrows to go back to the text you do not need to answer them from memory. You can write your answers in your blue book or on a lined piece of paper.
https://www.thenational.academy/year-4/english/non-chronological-report-reading-comprehension-structure-year-4-wk5-2  

Afternoon tasks: 

Today we are focusing on wellbeing…

What is Wellbeing? 

Well-being is the state of being healthy, safe, comfortable and happy. It is fundamental to our overall health and it helps us to overcome difficulties and achieve what we want in life. More generally, well-being is just feeling well and that is something we want you all to feel.

Option 1 – Lets create a ‘stone pet.’ We thought that you would really enjoy creating your own stone pet that you could keep as a friend or hide somewhere on your daily exercise for someone else to find. All you need is a stone of your choice and you can decorate it using anything you have in your house: card, felt tips, material… You could even make it its own house out of a match box like the image attached. Share your ‘stone pets’ in the comments below and if you do decide to hide it somewhere, share a photograph so that one of your friends can guess where it is and find it. 

Option 2 – Lets relax with a story massage. Ask a grown up if they can give you a massage along to one of the exciting stories. Click on the following link and choose the story and massage you would like. Your grown up can then following the video which will tell them what to do to give you a relaxing massage. http://www.stopforamassage.co.uk/blog/6-calming-and-nurturing-story-massages-for-children When you are finished, you could give a member of your family a massage choosing a different story. 

We hope that you have a fantastic day and we really look forward to seeing your photographs in the comments below! Love Miss Whaley and Miss Conway! 😊 X  

Year 5

🌈Happy Wednesday Year 5!🌈 We hope you enjoyed the sunshine yesterday and managed to spend some time outdoors. Begin the day with a workout: https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1/videos and make sure you have a big drink and snack ready for you finishing!

Today’s Tasks

Maths

Today we are looking at multiplying mixed number fractions by an integer (a whole number). The link to the lesson is here https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/  You will need to click on ‘Week 6, lesson 2’.

The method that is used in the video is to multiply the whole numbers and then multiply the fraction. For example 6 x 2 and 1/8.   6 x 2 =12. 6 x 1/8 =6/8, so the answer is 12 and 6/8 (or 12 and ¾ in its lowest form). When you are multiplying – beware if you cross the whole as this will change your answer – the video explains better than we can in written form! 😊 Always try to express your fraction in its lowest form possible if you can. If you would like a little more support, you can watch the following video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1aLze33udU&list=PLQqF8sn28L9xBmQclRrb8YjcM-pzxHjfk&index=19&t=0s  You will need to watch from 24.11 – 28:35. Your worksheets are below:

Challenge

Which is the smallest number? One thousand six hundred and six ,  OR 1,660 OR 1,006.

What is 12.46 + 15.208 (remember your place value columns on this one!)

Use the long method to try: 1632 x 22 (Take your time and use a place holder zero!)

What are the next 10 fractions in this sequence? 2/12, 4/12, 6/12, __ __ __ __ __

Can you convert any improper fractions to mixed numbers?

 

Remember! Log onto TTRS for 10-15 minutes. This week, it’s a 5O vs 5B battle! Let’s keep this up all week and see which class will be the winners! Well done to those who have accessed already! Both classes are pretty close! To access, click here: https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth/school/student/1692   Your username and password should be in your Reading Diary but do not hesitate to contact is if you need a reminder 😊.

 

English

Today Mrs Blake will look at finding the key features of instructions. The link to the lesson is here : https://www.thenational.academy/year-5/english/set-of-instructions-identifying-the-features-of-a-text-year-5-wk5-3. Remember – they must be in chronological order so that when you follow the steps, you can achieve the end product.

Mrs Blake will show you her WAGOLL about how to catch a dragon and then she will explain the key features that she has used.

In the activity you are asked to label the features of Mrs Blake’s instructions. You could just write out a list for marking. Don’t worry if you don’t get them all – and don’t forget that you can rewind the video for some extra help or a little reminder 😊

Once you are done – if you are feeling positive – why not try the quiz at the end. Don’t forget to practise your spellings too!

 

Afternoon –  PSHE

We hope you enjoyed our PSHE activities yesterday – to begin this afternoon, think about what you are grateful for today. Remember to write it down and pop it in your gratitude jar! 

What is Wellbeing?

Well-being is the state of being healthy, safe, comfortable and happy. It is fundamental to our overall health and it helps us to overcome difficulties and achieve what we want in life. More generally, well-being is just feeling well and that is something we want you all to feel.

 

Your tasks today are:

Option 1 – Self-care is super important – especially in this difficult time (that goes for parents and carers too!). We would like you to think carefully about what you would add to a ‘self-care’ kit for you. You could design your kit, using drawings and labels, or take an old box and actually create your kit yourself. In Miss Ornsby’s ‘self-care’ kit, she would make sure she had her favourite mug and a large box of teabags! Mrs Berry would most certainly have a mug and teabags too – but a little sneaky chocolate bar would have to be in there also!

Option 2 – Life is better when you are laughing – don’t you agree!? We want you to spend your afternoon smiling, giggling and chuckling away! Have a selfie-taking session with your family – find as many props as you can (hats, glasses, maybe old clothes, fancy dress items – whatever you can find!) and take as many happy, silly and funny selfies as you can! You can share them with family members who are far away, or we would love to see your creations in the comments below!

Read and Relax

It is so important to keep up with your reading, just like if you were in school. Remember to find 15-20 minutes today to sit down with a book, a comic or a magazine to have a read. It’s a great way to escape and relax!

 

Have a brilliant day – we look forward to seeing your lovely work and activities in the comments, or remember you can email them to us too! Lots of ❤, Miss Ornsby and Mrs Berry xxx

 

Year 6

Morning Year 6! 😉

To access your resources today for all of your learning you need to:

  1. Log into Teams
  2. Go to Files (at the top of the page)
  3. Select Class Materials
  4. Select SUMMER TERM SECOND HALF
  5. Select WEEK 1
  6. Select the subject (Maths, English, Guided Reading)
  7. Select the day – Wednesday

Maths:

Today we are reviewing our knowledge of Interpreting pie charts to solve problems. To begin with, open the True or False pdf and see if you can answer the question – is it true or false? The answer is on the second page. Next, there is an accompanying Interpreting pie charts to solve problems PowerPoint with questions for you to complete in your red Maths book OR you can open the Interpreting pie charts Task pdf and print off the questions. When you have completed the task, open the Interpreting pie charts ANSWERS pdf and self-assess. There is also a Challenge task for you to complete if you wish, which consists of 2 random questions. Once you have completed them, self-assess using the Challenge Answers.

English:

Today we are continuing our work on Jumanji and The Game. Firstly, open the resource in WEDNESDAY called Jumanji Day 3a. Here we are looking at some of the vocabulary used in our story, The Game. Follow the instructions to create your own sentences using this vocabulary in your blue jotters. Think carefully about these sentences – can you use a range of openers or clauses within them. Your second task is to open Jumanji Day 3b. Here we are looking at using relative clauses specifically. Please follow the guidance very carefully and use the modelled examples to see how the relative pronouns and commas fit into the sentences before having a go at your own in your blue jotter.

Reading:

It is important for you to have the chance to read a range of genres and styles of writing for pleasure. This week we have five texts for you to choose from – one for each day. It is entirely up to you which text you choose to read when or if you wish to read it to yourself or to an adult, sibling or even pet. There are no questions to answer – we just want you to enjoy reading new things! This week we have to choose from:

Hand of God – A newspaper article about football

Sleeping Cutie – A mixed up fairy tale

Kindertransport – A WW2 inspired text

Little Things – A science based text

To whoever finds this – A magic and mystery genre text

To access the texts open the file called ‘Reading Texts’ after following the Teams instructions at the top of this post.

Additionally, please aim to complete 30 minutes on Reading Plus today.

Afternoon:

Today’s focus is well-being…

What is Wellbeing?

Well-being is the state of being healthy, safe, comfortable and happy. It is fundamental to our overall health and it helps us to overcome difficulties and achieve what we want in life. More generally, well-being is just feeling well and that is something we want you all to feel.

Today, we would like you to do something which makes you happy e.g. have a kick about with a football, dance, do some gymnastics, FaceTime a friend, listen to your favourite music etc

AND…

Do some Cloud watching – When the weather is good, take a walk into your garden and lie down and watch the clouds go by.  See what different shapes and animals the members of your family see in the clouds – not everyone will see the same.

OR…

Selfie Fun – Have a selfie taking session – using lots of props (hats, scarfs, etc) and then share with family members far away.

PLEASE REMEMBER TO PUT SOMETHING IN THE GRATITUDE JAR AND POST YOUR WONDERFUL WORK ON OUR CLASS FACEBOOK PAGE.

Have fun and stay safe!

Miss Parkin and Miss Reay 😊

Nurture and Inclusion

Wellbeing Wednesday – 3rd June

Welcome to Week 5 of Wellbeing Wednesday’s with Miss Tuart and Mrs Cox. Our theme for this week is ‘Staying Connected’, which will fit perfectly with today’s 3pm post from Miss Bunce and Miss Ornsby. We know you have been very busy this week with Wellbeing week, but Miss Tuart and Mrs Cox didn’t want to miss their weekly post. ❤️  Perhaps one of the toughest things for many of us at the moment is not being able to see or be close to our family and friends. This can take a real toll on our mental wellbeing, so it’s important that we try to stay connected even if we can’t physically see people.

To stay connected, Mrs Cox and Miss Tuart have:

  • Made video calls (and have given virtual hugs)
  • Made phone calls (and have planned what to do with family and friends when this is all over)
  • Sent letters and cards

Please share photos of anything you have been doing at home, that you think fits with any of our Wellbeing Wednesday themes so far:

  • Staying Connected
  • Relaxation – we would love to see you trying out the meditation!
  • Hopes and Dreams
  • Feelings
  • #bemorekind

Don’t forget Mrs Cox is in school today and is available to take calls from parents/carers – please use this if you would like any advice, support or even a friendly voice to chat to. Similarly, please be assured that you can contact school any day of the week – we are always here to talk.

#stayconnected

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