Whole School Home Learning Projects
Children's Mental Health Week
Friday 5th February 2021
Your class teacher will have directed you here for your home learning. Today I would like as many of you as possible to join in with our whole school learning project on Children's Mental Health Week.
First you need to watch the assembly video below. Then you will need to access the 'mini projects' which are also below. Finally, don't forget to send your wonderful creations to your class teacher. I would love to be able to share them on here, for you and your friends to be able to see and celebrate the wonderful people you are!
Stay safe and take care of yourself and those around you.
This week (W/C 13.7.2020) our topic is going to be ‘nature and our environment’. All the children I teach know how passionate I am about being outside and exploring our local surroundings. Children are naturally inquisitive about the environment around them and hence learn so much from their experiences. We do not have to move far before we come across nature. In this busy world, often we miss the beauty that is all around us. So, this week I have pulled together some fun tasks that you and your family can really enjoy. As like all weeks, pull out the activities that suit the age of your child. Have fun! Mr McDougall
This week’s (6.7.2020) learning project focuses on supporting your child with transitioning to their new class, or being an older member of their existing class. . Please see your Class pages for more information and activities.
MONSTERS AND ALIENS WEEK - 29/6/2020
With this each class having the theme of Space, we thought we would choose something that is a little different or 'out of this world'
Below is an activity grid which will give you some ideas on the kinds of tasks your children can complete. There are also some pictures and documents to help support.
You may have your own ideas for Monsters and Aliens week – feel free to do something different but please send any work into firstname.lastname@example.org and I will start a gallery which I will be 'over the moon with!'
National School Sports Week 20th-28th June
This week, our whole school learning project is running alongside National School Sports Week. The actual event runs from 20th - 26th June however you can participate any time between 20th - 28th June.
There is lots of information in the document below:
I hope this keeps you all busy this week and look forward to seeing some photographs of you completing the challenges you set yourself and your scorecards with how well you are doing.
Please send any photographs/scorecards to email@example.com
Mrs Brown :)
Blue Peter Badges
Have you ever wanted to own your own Blue Peter Badge? Well now is your chance!
The BBC are giving away Blue Peter badges to children aged between 6 and 15. Once you've earned your badge, you can gain free entry to over 200 attractions across the UK. Have a look on the website to see all the great places you can visit!
The Blue Peter website has all the different badges you can work towards - just follow the instructions of how to apply.
How many can you earn?!
Week commencing 8th June 2020
Mindfulness and Well being week
A special hello from me to you! I have been thinking of you ALL. It's such a strange time for us, both the adults and children, and I cannot wait to be back in our school with all of you.
I hope you are taking good care of yourselves. Stay safe. We will see each other soon.
World Environment Day - Week 2
Hello everyone! I hope you have enjoyed your half-term in the sunshine. Hasn't the weather been wonderful!
On Friday this week, 5th June, it is World Environment Day. The theme for 2020 is, 'Time for Nature'. The document below is full of activities that link to nature and will hopefully help us to learn something new about nature. By taking the time to complete some of these activities you really are making 'time for nature'! I've popped some photos on the website to show some of the nature I see and admire everyday. Have fun with the activities and don't forget to e.mail some photos :)
KS2 Joy of Moving Festival
Carlisle United Community Sports Trust and other Football Clubs have teamed up with the EFL to deliver a National initiative called the Joy of Moving Festival. It is an afternoon of activities aimed at inspiring active lifestyles in children. These activities will take place at home, week commencing 18th May. Wednesday is looking like a good day weather wise so you could maybe do it then.
If you would like to take part there is a letter below with more details and a booklet of activities for you to complete.
If your parents are happy for you to join in please could they send any photos of you completing the activities to firstname.lastname@example.org so I can upload some photos to our gallery.
Parents if you would like to join in the initiative nationally you can upload your photos to social media to the following pages and hashtags:
Ferrero: @JoyofMovingUK (Twitter & Instagram)
EFL Trust: @EFLTrust (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook)
Key Hashtags: #JOMHomeFestival & #JoyofMoving
Any younger siblings or other children in school are welcome to join these activities too!
I'm looking forward to seeing your photos.
VE Day Project
Friday 8th May 2020 marks 75 years since VE (victory in Europe) day when the Second World War came to an end in Europe. To mark this remarkable occasion, we have a project that we would love all children to get involved with. Here's a short video to explain a bit more!
Ask an adult to follow the link below so you can see the animals at Chester Zoo.
Can you create a set of Top Trumps cards based on the animals?