Good morning everyone at the start of Holy Week. Thank you to Mrs. Evans for posting the Palm Sunday prayer link on Google Classroom – do have a look at it. Please also take a look at our school newsletter which was emailed on Friday to find out about the opportunity to participate in virtual liturgy this week by drawing or doing a reading.
I do hope you and your families are safe and well at home. The spring sunshine is beautiful and I hope you get out to enjoy some of it in the garden.Well done to everyone for your work on Google Classroom last week and for all your hard work on our different learning platforms.
Please look and see each day what is due in, or ready to start on Google classroom.
If you haven’t tried MyMaths or Maths with Parents yet, follow the log in instructions and see what you have to do there. This will be updated for all pupils.
Here is a reminder of where you will find tasks and activities this week. Apologies that this is quite a long post, but that is better than leaving separate posts every day.
Log-on details for Google Classroom in the top bar of our St, Wilfrid’s Home Page – follow the link there St.Wilfrids Community / Google Classroom
In Google Classroom at the moment there is no Topic/Science project set, but look out for a new one soon. Other activities are set on Google Classroom too, and you can blog work or questions about the learning.
Times Table Rock Stars log-in. https://ttrockstars.com/
TTRS log-in also works for:
- Numbots (For those who were shown it) https://play.numbots.com
First level login details for children & parents are –
Children then login to their own portal using their TTRS login https://www.mymaths.co.uk/
- Accelerated Reader ( St.Wilfrids Community / Blogs / Computing at St.Wilfrids / Accelerated Reader)
- MyOn Reading http://www.myon.co.uk/
Maths activities can also be found here:
Please can parents follow the link and set up an account if they haven’t done so already.
Class Name: Canary
Class Code: 681225
Maths with Parents https://www.mathswithparents.com
Some children have a Lexia account:
If you need to type in the teacher’s email to get started, please use email@example.com
Please get in touch if you are having difficulty logging into Lexia at home.
English Writing Work This Week
Jane Considine teches writing on her channel The Training Space. The sessions are very good. They are extremely clear with super learning points to include in some creative writing.
Catch up on Jane’s Youtube channel by clicking on the link below:
This will take you to the lesson from the end of last week on the flim ‘Rooted.’
This was shown last week, so you may have already done this, but if you haven’t, you can do it this week.
Please upload your piece of writing to our class blog stream during this week by either taking a photo or attaching a document. Remember to:
- Check punctuation and spelling
- Include the learning points Jane gives you
- Write neatly
If you have already done this last week and uploaded it, then thank you! Well done! Your writing job is to write your diary and tell us what you have been up to at home, You can include pictures (drawn or photos). Upload it to the stream. It will be great to see how everyone is getting on at home. Let’s see if everyone can upload at one piece of writing this week.
Here is something I’ve found that might appeal to some. It’s an online show called radio blogging.net
It’s run by a teacher called David Mitchell (not the comedian!) and a brilliant writer and poet called Pie Corbett. Every day there are creative and engaging writing games. There’s music and lots of chat which is very creative and fun. Pie Corbett is focusing on aliens today, but he also seems very interested in other topics, such as breakfast, so, in his words, do look out for unidentified flying omelettes! There is the opportunity to post short pieces of writing which they set for you, and you can even learn how to make your own writing blog which other listeners can read.
Computing This Week with Mrs. Sadler
Exercise This Week
Links SSP have compiled a wide range of resources to help support pupils with appropriate resources. All resources can be found here: http://links-ssp.com/active-homework-2/
Joe Wicks daily workout that looks fun @9am – a great way to start the day!
The Body Coach channel:
Maths This Week:
Everyone has tasks on MyMaths to complete. Please log in and see what’s on your stack! Well done for all the hard work so far. Keep practising with Times Tables Rockstars.
Please do get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org if there’s anything you need to ask or you are worrying about.
You can ask a question about the learning on the blog in the Stream.
Mrs. Sadler can help with log ons and online issues at email@example.com
Have a good week! Stay safe and well.