5…4…3...2...1. FIST BUMP! Did you all say ‘Falalalala’?
Hello you wonderful lot! I hope that you are all staying safe and looking after your families. I am missing you all and cannot wait to see you again at some point. I miss the laughs, the noise (Yes, I said it!) the discussions, the craziness… all of it!
I am sure you have all seen the messages given by the government and hospital staff to stay at home. I know it’s difficult, but it is vital that you do this. You must also keep washing your hands. We discussed the importance of this and looked at the science behind it so I know you will because you are awesome. Doing these things will mean you are protecting yourselves and others- you are saving lives.
So besides having a great deal of fun at home, I hope you are having a go at the learning packs you have been given. It’s vital that you do some reading, writing and maths so that you can still hit the ground running when we all return. Just like your homework tasks, you can create your own projects to do. I am almost certain that many of you will continue learning about volcanoes at home! You have your log in details for TT Rockstars and Spelling Shed too. I’d recommend starting a diary or scrap book perhaps. After all…this is history in the making.
Take care. Stay safe. Stay at home!
(I know you all said ‘Got it!’)
Lots of Love,
Mr Q, Mrs Wardingley and Mrs Kubalik
Support with Maths Calculations
Websites to try
Scholastic Learn at Home: This website offers free articles and stories for children to access, with fun activities to match.
Maths Frame: This is particularly useful for children in Years 3 upwards for multiplication table activities.
BBC Bitesize: This includes a whole range of subjects and activities, grouped into age groups.
Top Marks: A maths website, including lots of games and activities for all ages.
BrainPop: This includes lots of activities on a range of subjects rather than just the maths and literacy.
Oxford Owl: This includes a range of reading, English and Maths activities and also has a free e book section.
National Geographic: This includes many resources and games for a wide range of subjects.
TTS: Home learning booklets are available on here which include activities aimed at age specific groups.
Go Noodle: This website has many videos for children to follow linked to yoga, physical activity and wellbeing.
Cosmic Yoga: This is another yoga and physical activity website which the children really enjoy using in school.
Home PE – PPP: This website has lots of physical activities for children to do in the home.
Arts and culture virtual tours: This website offers virtual tours of many places including national parks, museums and art galleries.
Nasa Kids Club: Lots of exciting space themed activities.
Please send messages from you children (and from you!) so we can put them on here and share with their friends
Olivia has been making Smilie pancakes!
Well done Josie, the Mellor Star of the Week!
Great volcano building Lewis! Well done!
Hello Year 4!
I hope my favourite Year 4s are having a lovely time at home. It seems very strange in school without you, your classroom has never been so quiet!
Mr. Quadros has sent some things home to keep you busy and there are lots of things on the website for you to do. If you click on the 'activity' section in 'Home Learning' it will take you to a page where I have started to put some things together for you. The Lunch Doodles look really good - I think I might give that a try!
Try to send messages to us please, we would love to hear what you are up to and I will share it on here for your friends. You can do it through the website or ask an adult to send it through our new Facebook page.
Stay safe, it is really important that we don't pass any germs on so we need to stay at home and not play out for a while. AND keep washing your hands!
Lots of love,
I hope you are all OK and keeping safe.
I am missing you all so much, your little smiley faces that always brighten my day, our morning cuddles, your infectious laughs, your jokes, our little chats, our morning game of duck, duck goose in Breakfast Club, my brilliant bakers in Baking Club and not forgetting my Small Pet Team! I cannot wait for school to be back open so I can see you all and give you all the biggest squeeze!
To my parents I am missing you all too! The chats and the coffees, the laughs we have, being that shoulder to cry on if you need it and eating our body weight in biscuits! I will be here waiting for you all as soon as school reopens.
Keep washing those hands and I will see you all soon.
Lots of love, Mrs Shaw xxx