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A huge 'Thank you' to you all too!

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Please be aware we finish at 1.15 tomorrow!! Thank you.

THANK YOU!! FRIDAY

Stay active during the Holidays.

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Stay active during the Holidays by completing a family daily 1k challenge with Sustrans.

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BIOGRAPHIC COMPETITION TIME! Competition... Little LICAF Live would like youngsters to design a factual comic! Inspired by Steve McGarry, it could be about anyone, from any walk of life. An athlete, a musician, actors from your favourite show, a family member, a historical figure or group of people like the vikings! Think about what you have recently been studying in school to help you with ideas. Instructions: • Create a biographic comic. It can be any size, landscape or portrait, but we recommend no larger than A3. • Use a combination of images and words – you can search ‘comic template’ online if you would like a ready made layout. • You can use any materials and equipment you want; draw, paint, collage, hand write, type, computer aided. • Hand your comic to your teacher before the deadline 25th September – please only write your first name on the front...

Please find attached a website for further Maths learning, it is free and has worksheets you can print off. http://www.mathswizz.co.uk/
Please find attached a collective worship on the theme of change and transition.
https://youtu.be/v6lBGk5zmcw
Tomorrow, (Thursday 18th) the Duchess of Cambridge will lead an online assembly for the Oak National Academy during which she will speak about the importance of mental wellbeing among children. The theme of the Duchess’ assembly is ‘spread a little kindness’.
The assembly will be live on the Oak National Academy website at 11am on Thursday 18 June and can be accessed here:://classroom.thenational.academy/assemblies/

Further to my earlier post on 'The Summer Reading Challenge' If you haven't yet signed up it's lots of fun! You will get access to lots of online books this year, perfect for reluctant readers who enjoy spending time on the computer or for children who are in desperate need of new reading material. Please read the attached document for more information and details of how to join. Many Thanks

Linking to the importance of mindfulness especially at the moment please see the attached resource for activity ideas and songs. Great for opening up discussions with your child.

Polite Reminder... If your child is back in school, its is especially important to follow current Government Guidance and limit the number of families/friends you are mixing with outside of school. This is vital for the safety of staff and children!
Please send your child to class with a drink and snack, sun hat, coat, sun cream already applied, packed lunch or lunch already ordered on Lunch shop'.
Please use the markers on the floor outside of school and a member of staff will collect or bring your child to you.
Many Thanks for your support with this.
Mrs Corrin

 

 

 

 

 

Art Competition Reminder

Plates of Kindness Competition...

Attached is a free resources...
If your child is enjoying Maths or needs a little more practice, this site has a range of 'step by step' videos to start a Maths challenge following a range of Maths concepts.
Especially useful on a rainy day...
https://www.atm.org.uk/Maths-Snacks-Videos
Enjoy!!
Hi everyone, I hope you're all enjoying the beautiful weather. Thank you to all those who have replied to myself or Mrs Smallwood re: return to school. Please do let us know if you intend to keep home schooling before Monday morning. I will of course be adding daily work each evening as before.
If your child is returning to school, we will be making the most of learning outside as this reduces risk. Due to the current weather conditions you're child will need a sun hat and sun cream should be applied BEFORE school. (I recommend apply once/all day sun cream) They should bring a drink in a clearly marked bottle. Please be aware you're child will NOT bring books home from school, you're child will NOT need their book bag or PE kit. Adults dropping off must not enter the school building or gather on the school grounds as per previous letter. School lunches must be booked on the school lunch shop before the school day starts.
Please ensure if your child or any family member has any symptoms stay at home, isolate and follow government guidance.
Many Thanks for your continued support. Stay Safe, Keep Smiling.
Mrs Corrin

Hi, As promised I have attached photos of our classroom, further changes will be made but are not available yet. If you choose to send your child to school on the 1st June, they will only need their coat and water bottle. They do not require their PE kit or book bags. Some areas of our classroom we be unavailable, closed/moved, for example; sand, water, role play area, story corner... It is important to prepare your child for these necessary changes. Many Thanks Mrs Corrin

Traction Man has been busy learning phonics around Cockermouth. Can you use your phonics, say the sound, read the words. Are they real words or nonsense words?

You can download or draw your own version. If your child makes an error on their Maths when recording numbers use this resource to refer back to.

Someone from Year One has been investigating plants around Cockermouth. Can you guess who it is?

'The BIG Community Children's Art Competition'

If you're just starting home learning please read this document first, it has all the information you need to get you started. Including passwords for websites we use. Many Thanks

If you are just starting home learning with us please read this document first, it has all the information you need and passwords for sites we are using. Many Thanks

Please respond to the school Dojo email, if you haven't already. You will have received  the email today Thursday 2nd April. All work will be set on Dojo after the Easter break and you will be able to share your child's work with me using this programme.

Many Thanks

Mrs Corrinsmiley

Friday 27th March 2020

Hi Year One,

I hope the work packs sent out/home have kept you busy. After the Easter break, work will be uploaded daily onto this page for you.

Have a safe Easter

Some fun activities to help you get through Easter…

Decorate an egg activity can still be done, use the egg box or the egg shell. Design your egg/egg box first before making. You could even run a family competition or choose a theme.  

 

There are lots of Easter activities online https://kidactivities.net/easter-art-crafts-snacks/ including ‘The story of Easter from The Beginners Bible’ a story of Hope, Faith and Love. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0PSgoPdKQFQ

 

Keep reading and playing on ‘Teach your monster to read’

If you have Lego or another building material at home like KNEX or even cardboard (off Easter egg boxes), these challenges look like lots of fun.

https://www.uniqueclassrooms.com/lego-challenge.html?fbclid=IwAR0-MNewLNN_mUoDRBQuRIyJ8J0o2gQDIHX51AxpdU6px6mt0R0ITj5EaOQ


I have chosen some activities that link to our recent topics in class.

DO NOT THROW OUT YOUR EASTER EGG BOXES THEY WILL COME IN HANDY AFTER EASTER!!wink

 

Joe Wicks is also doing a Daily Workout at 9am Monday-Friday until the schools open!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rz0go1pTda8

Seven Continents Song

A song to help kids learn the 7 continents in order from largest to smallest. Subscribe! ➜ https://www.youtube.com/c/hopscotchsongs?sub_confirmation=1 NEW RE...

Chinese New Year

Our Dinosaur visit!

Baking bread after learning in history about the Great Fire of London

Fire! The Great Fire of London

"A Wriggly Nativity" with Years 1 and 2

The Queen's Tea Party

This term the topic for the children in Year 1 at All Saints’ Primary School is “Bright Lights, Big City” and they are having great fun learning all about our own capital city – London – with its history, transport and famous landmarks and people!

As part of the topic the children were all invited to the “Queen’s Tea Party”.   This was a traditional afternoon cream tea, with fresh scones, jam and cream and, whilst the children were disappointed the Queen was unable to attend herself, they had a wonderful time.  The class had dressed up in their best clothes in honour of the occasion and our 5 year old children have enjoyed recounting the very special event.

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