Hope you and your families are all well and still smiling. It has been a pretty calm week in the Brown house. School work and more gardening has kept us all busy.
I have enjoyed seeing what some of you have been up to this week. If you have anything to share please send it to email@example.com.
Honestly it makes my day.
Have a good week, hopefully there will be some sun.
Stay safe, take care and have fun.
I hope you have all had a good week, kept smiling and enjoyed VE Day. We decorated our front window with flags and bunting and had an afternoon tea in the garden. I also tried something new this week with Mrs Brown desperate for a haircut. It did end up much shorter than intended as I tried to match up each side and I don't think she will ask me again,but she is still talking to me so it can't be that bad.
Below is the work pack for next week.Don't forget to look at the other resources on our home learning page and send anything you have been up to, I love seeing what you've been doing! (firstname.lastname@example.org).
If you need ideas to keep active and maybe have a little competition against members of the family check out the activities in the link below, all linked to the Olympics and Paralympics.
Have a good week, hopefully the weather will warm up again.
Week beginning 4th May.
Hi again everyone.
Hope you all had a good week despite the rain, kept safe and remembered to keep washing those hands.
I have have been doing some more school work, both my own and helping Maeve with hers. We have been busy doing a lot of creative activities and I have even let Maeve colour my hair pink and blue. We have also made sure we have kept active. 50 laps of the garden is just over 5km.
Below you will find the work activities for next week. As well as the usual phonics, English, Maths, Topic and Science there are some activities to celebrate VE Day next Friday. As before try your best, you are not expected to do everything. Don't forget to check out the Home Learning page for useful websites including BBC Bitesize
I have enjoyed finding out what some of you have been busy doing and would love to see more of the things you have been up to (email@example.com).
Have a good week next week, keep active, busy and smiling and hopefully I will see you all very soon.
Week beginning 27th April 2020
I hope you have had a good week and have been trying to keep busy! I have been enjoying the sunshine and doing lots of jobs in my garden in between doing some school work and keeping my daughter entertained!
Thank you if you have sent examples of your work via (firstname.lastname@example.org) it's lovely to see what you have been doing. Keep sending these in!
Below are the new work packs for this week. Again there are a mixture of English, Maths, Topic and Science tasks as well as a new Phonics pack. Try your best and don't try to do everything- be inventive if you feel like it.
Keep exercising and taking time to enjoy yourself with your family.
Take care and see you soon,
Hi Year 1 and 2!
We hope you are all staying safe and keeping busy at home. Hopefully you had a lovely Easter, resting and eating chocolate and were able to get outside and enjoy the sunshine we have had!
Below are some new work packs for you to look at for this term. There are a mixture of English, Maths, topic and science tasks for you to try as well as a Phonics pack. There are lots of things to choose from and we are not expecting you to do everything-you might like to pick one Maths and one English each day.
There are some that are easier and some that are more challenging so see how you feel or use your imagination and come up with some ideas of your own! If you would like to share anything that you have done at home, we would love to see them (email@example.com). The topic web for Term 5 shows you what we would have been learning so it might give you some ideas.
Keep busy, keep exercising, keep washing those hands and make sure you keep smiling. My garden has never looked so tidy this early in the year and I am still busy helping my daughter with her school work. I can't wait to see you all again soon.
Take care and stay safe,
P.s Don't forget to look at our home learning page too which has lots of excellent ideas and websites to try at home including recommendations of educational resources from the Government. This can be found under the parents tab.
We will be doing PE on Monday and a Thursday, so please make sure you have your kit in school on these days. Earrings need to be removed for all PE sessions. If your child can do this themselves that's great, but if not please could they not be worn on our PE days.
Spelling tests are on Friday, homework will also be given out on a Friday.
If for any reason you need to contact me about your child please write a note in the children's home school contact book or book an appointment at the office.
We were proud to share the work we have been doing about Owl Babies.
Last Friday we shared some of our work with the rest of the school.
We also showed a video of some of the class performing I Wish I Was A Fish poem.
You can watch the video for Something Fishy here.