It's Summer term 2 Cedar Class! As you know the teachers are back at school every day and working hard to make it a safe and fun learning space for the children who are coming to school. From this week onwards your home learning will be created by members of our MAT team - have a good look at this week's to see what exciting activities there are for you to try. Keep posting onto ClassDojo too - I will be checking to see what you have been doing. Keep safe, Mrs Braznell.
If you want to talk to a teacher on the Home Learning Team about the work or have any questions we have set up a Facebook page (Rivers Home Learning) which you can message and is monitored each day from 9am-3pm. If you do not use Facebook, you can email email@example.com and they will respond as soon as possible
I am so impressed with how hard you have been working at home Cedar Class. You have made me very proud.
Home learning is important, but so is having a rest and enjoying other things like playing outside and having fun. So this week, as it is half term, there is only one activity to try. It's the same for each class so if you have brothers and sisters you could work on it together. It is also a MAT activity so lots of other children will be giving it a go- there are even certificates and badges for those of you who take part.
I can't wait to see your rainbow
Have a lovely week everyone. Stay safe. Mrs Braznell
Hi Cedar Class! It's great to see some of your work being uploaded on to Classdojo. It really makes me smile when you show me what you've been doing! Remember- there is no expectation to do everything, just what you can.
This week, all classes are using the same topic work as part of a whole school VE Day theme- if you have brothers and sisters from other classes you could work together on something!
Stay safe. Mrs Braznell
Hello Cedar Class, I hope you've been enjoying the beautiful sunshine and spending some time outdoors if you are able to.
Each week you will find PowerPoint presentations that have activities to do for each day linked to a theme such as 'Doors' or our class read, 'The Explorer', so you can work through them at home at your own speed and when it works best for you.
Remember, there is no expectation to do everything or present work in a certain way- hopefully the slides will prompt lots of talking and discussion.
Now that we have Class Dojo, you can upload some of your work to your Portfolio. No one else can see it except for myself and your grown ups at home.
I have absolutely loved seeing the work you've shared with me so far - it really makes me smile! Keep up the great work. Stay safe, Mrs Braznell
Hi Cedar Class,
I hope you are keeping well and managing to complete some of the home tasks I have set for you each week. Please do not worry if you have been unable to do them all, just do your best. I hope you have been making the most of the beautiful weather and getting outside if it is possible for you to do so.
If you can, take a photo of some of the activities you have been getting up to at home and see if an adult can post them on Twitter – I would love to see how you have been occupying yourselves.
Keep working hard, enjoying time with family and smile.
Mrs Braznell J
A great home learning pack can be found on Twinkl via the web site below:
White Rose are offering free maths activities. We use these in school so pupils will be used to the style. Find these at:
Use the web site below to find a range of home based learning activities to support during school closures:
TTS have produced a free to download activity pack. It can be found using the web site below:
Mrs Braznell teaches our Year 6 class, in September 2019 we expect to have a small class of 23 pupils. All of our classes are named after trees, the Year 6 class is called 'Cedar'.
The class will be supported by a teaching assistant and we often have students from local Universities to support our pupils.
Year 6 have Forest School on a rota basis, for two half-terms across the year.
Please contact the school office if you are interested in a place in Year 6, we would love to show you around.
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