This lockdown life is tough isn’t it??
Thanks to everyone that has been submitting work and checking in with us online. Even if it is only via a screen it is still lovely to see all of your faces and hear about your lockdown news.
This week we welcomed Edith to Oak class. She has arrived here from Wales and made an excellent impression on us all. I’m sure she will be a valuable member of the mighty Oaks team.
It is really fantastic seeing all of your responses to your school work thank you again for sharing them with us. A big well done must go to George for his spectacular model of the healthy meal plate.
As you can see he made the perfect plasticine model of a healthy meal- making sure he included the right proportions of food from each food group.
Arnold has also been very busy at home this week, he sent in a very confident video of himself retelling an anecdote which we all enjoyed watching in school. As well this he created a super skeleton puppet. Keep it up Arnold!
But Arnold wasn’t the only one pinning bones together this week. Molly made her skeleton dance and Murphy made a great looking skeleton. Can you work out why it is a bit short?
Brilliant work Oak Class.
Hello Oak Class!
We're missing you all lots. The classroom is so quiet!
We're hoping you've all had your log- in details for Google classroom? If not please let us know.
You should find English, Maths and topic work everyday.
We look forward to seeing your working soon.
Mr Frewin & Miss Barton
We would like to welcome you all back and wish you a happy a new year but this seems strange to say in these weird times. So this is a virtual Happy New year and Welcome back from both Miss Barton and Mr. Frewin.
As the email sent out to you states, all learning until Feb half term will take place at home- except for the children of key workers.
Until further notice, we will be uploading work via the class blog.
We will aim to keep the organisation of work fairly standard.
There will be a powerpoint and/or video for the children to look through before they undertake a task that is described on the presentation.
We don’t mind if work is completed digitally or using a pen or paper. We will leave that up to you to decided.
If the task requires any resources such as texts or work sheets they will be available to download from the day’s learning folder.
We will aim to have the children’s learning tasks online the day before they need to be completed.
Regarding the checking of work: We ask you to have a lookover what the children have done and keep a copy of it so that we can check it in the near future- we are still working out the best way to do this.
Stay safe and we look forward to seeing yo all again in the not too distant future.
Mr. Frewin and Miss Barton
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