Black Lives Matter- Writing Competition
Virgin radio are leading a Black lives matter-writing competition . This was opened on Monday 29th June and closes on Friday!
500 Words is the world’s largest story-writing competition for kids. Over a million stories have been submitted since 2011, in response to everything from technology to climate change. Now, we want to bring children’s voices onto the themes and issues emerging from the Black Lives Matter movement. We want children to lead on the process of writing their story.
From 6:30am on Monday 29th June until Friday 3rd July at 11.59pm 2020, we invite children aged between 5 and 13 to respond in whatever way they wish in no more than 500 words, in the form of a story.
The narratives we write and share matter. We ask children to draw on their own experiences and feelings to create a story that can be as imaginative and visionary as they want. Storytelling is a must!
For that reason, we’ve brought together many high-profile personalities, school teachers and librarians alongside the continuing support and academic expertise of Oxford University Press to create 500 Words: Black Lives Matter.
Just tune into Virgin Radio Breakfast Show from today to keep up with the competition.
Summer Term 2 Home Learning
Hello Maple Class,
I hope that you are all well and keeping safe.Home learning is going to look a little different this term.I will be adding new home learning activities onto our Class page, which will be updated each week.
Please continue using First News, Big Maths, Literacy Planet. Remember that you can recieve certificates for Literacy Planet and Big Maths.
I also look foward to receiving any special work for our Gallery, that you have been working on at home. it can be emailed to me via 2 emali or on our class email.Ask your parents first!
Keep Safe. I miss you all!!
WORK FOR WHEN SCHOOL IS CLOSED for Maple Class
Happy Summer Term
Hope everyone is staying home, and staying safe.
Here are some links for you to use over the coming weeks.
I have found a story that explains what Lockdown is.
Mr Black has sent a link for a coding challenge to create a game using Scratch.
https://www.cosmickids.com/ - 2 weeks free.
https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html Joe Wicks PE workout
https://www.nhs.uk/10-minute-shake-up/shake-ups NHS 10 minute Disney shake up games
https://www.nhs.uk/change4life/activities/indoor-activities NHS indoor activities for children.
https://www.gonoodle.com/ for exercise and mindfulness activities.
The Art Hub, lots of videos showing children how to draw various things. Easy to follow and caters for pre-school too.
Making masks from cardboard idea:
Science and STEM Activities
British Science Week (a little late):
Spellings for summer 1 have now been added!
Dear Year Three Pupils, here is some work ideas which we would like you to complete during your time off school
The new list for Summer will be attached in a few
Year 3 Practical Ideas and home work ideas
Please use the following daily for 20 mins a day
There is also a hard copy alternative HOMEWORK PACK available in the office that can be copied. You will need to collect this.
logins have been created for the following sites:
LOGINS FOR THESE ARE AVAILABLE FROM SCHOOL IF YOU HAVE PROBLEMS GETTING ON THROUGH THE NORMAL WAY!
Please all stay safe!
Thank you for being such a wonderful class. You will all be missed.
More information and updates to come in the proceeding weeks...
Welcome to Maple class with Ms Campbell and Ms Corcoron!
This half-term is all about SPACE looking at
EARTH AND BEYOND!
So far the children have had a fantastic trip to science Museum where they were able to explore historic facts about APOLLO 11!
WATCH THIS GREAT VIDEO ABOVE ON TIM PEAKES.
During this week the children will learn about the importance of savings for the future and budgeting. They will get a chance to discuss and consider how and what we spend money on once we earn it, whether it be on essentials or desirable products.
They will also have a chance to look in possible careers that they can work towards for the future and what it takes to manage the costs of living for them and their potential families when they grow up!
Please talk to your children about what they have learnt this week!
Humans and Other Animals!
In science the children have been looking at diet and health. They have been encouraged to think about making sure they eat well and include their 5 a-day in what they consume. They have been ;looking at the food pyramids.
Here is an example below.