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Home Learning- Monday 29th June

Marble run.mp4

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Alice and her family constructed their own marble run. What an imaginative and entertaining Design and Technology project. Well done, Alice!

Moshe created this amazing watercolour landscape. Isn’t it stunning?

Moshe created this amazing watercolour landscape. Isn’t it stunning? 1

Home Learning w/c 15th June

Home Learning w/c Monday 8th June

dcorless@cuttesloweprimary.org

Hi Skylarks,

First of all, I'm sorry I'm late with this message. I thought I'd sent it to go on the website but I hadn't!

So...a belated Happy Term 6!

I hope you all enjoyed a break from work over the holiday week and that you have by now developed enough of a routine at home to enable you to work independently with more confidence.

 

You will notice that we are setting less work for you on the class pages. This will come online each Monday and will include maths tasks, a reading comprehension and writing activities. You are encouraged to use the Oak Academy and Bite-size resources in addition to this.

 

School is now open to Early Years, Y1 and Y6 as well as Key Workers' children, and in order to achieve social distancing and safety routines, all the teachers are being deployed to teach children in smaller groups. I am currently teaching a Y6 group so I do not have the same flexibility as previously to call you all and keep more in touch by email.

 

You are in my thoughts every day and I do look forward to hearing from you (do keep emailing - I will just be slower with my replies) until we can all be back together again.

 

Keep well and in touch,

Mrs Corless xx

Home Learning Pack w/c Monday 1st June

Apologies for inaccuracies in a week 4 reading comprehension. We are grateful to Mr Sharafeldin for noting and clarifying the following: 'Ramadan is not considered as a festival rather it is a month of worship or rituals. Also, it does not usually fall between June, July, and August, it follows the lunar calendar,usually 354 days/year, which depends on the moon sighting. So Ramadan circulates around the year with a full circle each 33 years (this year Ramadan started at the end of April and will be in April again in 2053)'.
Picture 1 Sophie's poem
Picture 2 Alice's self portrait
Picture 3 Alice's poem

Alice's Frog Poem!

Check out what Zaid has been up to!

Check out what Zaid has been up to! 1
Check out what Zaid has been up to! 2
Picture 1 Sophie's plant poster!
Picture 2 Alice feeding the chickens!
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