1.12.2020 Larch class have been lucky enough to go to forest school. They have done minibeast hunts, pond dipping, fire lighting and creating art out of nature.
This week lots of the children have been accessing teach your monster to read inside and outside of school. The monsters have been delivering lots of letters and certificates to the Larch class, which has been amazing. Teach your monsters to read is free to access on the internet and is great for helping children learn and practice their phonics.
18th November. I have loved seeing all the Tudor houses that the children have been bringing in over the last few weeks. Here are a few examples of the amazing houses. The children have been working really hard and are creating some beautiful pieces of writing. Well done Larch class!
This morning Larch class, along with the rest of Churchfield Church School, held a minutes silence to pay our respects. We also went to the church to lay the wreath that we made as a class.
I hope you have had a lovely half term. I am excited to have you all back.
I have loved seeing the tudor houses that the children have made over the half term. There is still time to make one if you haven't. I have attached the link to the video below to remind you what the task was.
PE is now on a Friday, please can you send your children in PE kit on a Friday.
I look forward to all the fun and learning we will do this half term.
Elias's fantastic Kenyan writing.
Well done, Logan V! Star of the week for fabulous home learning!
Week Beginning 25.05.20
This week is half term and we hope that you have a chance to relax. There is no formal work set but if you would like some ideas of things to do, please see our half term activities below.
Some of you have said it is hard to access the work we are posting on a small screen, such as a phone. If this is the case then red button on the BBC have daily lessons which you can access on your TV so if this helps, please work from there.
Summer Term - What Will we Learn?
Monday 20th April
On today's BBC red button you can see some information about the first moon landing. At the end of the programme there is a cartoon about the moon landing your child may enjoy. This is especially useful if you don't have access to a laptop/tablet etc. There is also a maths warm up and a book club section.
Work for Week Commencing 20th April
Work for week commencing 6th April and 13th April
We hope everyone is well and happy and still enjoying lovely family time. Here is the work for the next two weeks. Bear in mind these are holiday weeks...although all the days seem much the same at the moment. Take some time out to relax, though. We will begin learning some new skills after the holidays. If your child finds learning tricky it is more useful to do programmes like Teach Your Monster to Read to help phonics and reading skills and basic maths skills like counting and addition and subtraction up to 20. If your child flies through the work given, they can extend their writing by using an online thesaurus and maths by challenging themselves to beat scores on Numbots and TTRockstars. They could also keep a diary of events over the next few weeks....it is a time we will all look back on over coming years and a reminder of the times would be interesting.
Stay safe, all.
Work for week commencing 30th March
We hope everyone is well and happy and enjoying lovely family time. Here is the work for this week. If your child finds learning tricky it is more useful to do programmes like Teach Your Monster to Read to help phonics and reading skills and basic maths skills like counting and addition and subtraction up to 20. If your child flies through the work given, they can extend their writing by using an online thesaurus and maths by challenging themselves to beat scores on Numbots and TTRockstars. They could also keep a diary of events over the next few weeks....it is a time we will all look back on over coming years and a reminder of the times would be interesting.
Stay safe, all.
A Story to Help Your Child Understand School Closure
While children are not in school, please find below the work we would like them to complete. We will update this page regularly with further work.
Children can also access the following websites to support their learning:
- Spelling shed https://www.spellingshed.com/
- Times table rock stars https://ttrockstars.com/
- CBBC/Bitesize https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zpxnyrd
- Science clips https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zcn9j6f
- Find ou about Vincent van Gogh https://www.tate.org.uk/kids/explore/who-is/who-vincent-van-gogh
- Books to read online - free to join https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/
In addition, here are some ideas for projects that children could complete at home:
- Study an animal and design a habitat.
- Plant and grow some seeds in different places - in sunlight and in the dark...what happens?
- Use boxes etc to build a machine you can travel in to go back in time to meet Vincent van Gogh.
The current work set for the children can be found below: