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Tuesday 16th June 2020

Good morning Beech Class!


We have been so impressed with the photos of the vehicles you have been making using junk. We have put a gallery of your creations on the website for you to share with each other. We are looking forward to seeing what you come up with this week. Don’t forget to try and keep hold of a plastic bottle.


We have also been blown away by the amazing free verse poems you wrote last week. There were so many wonderful and different ideas. Some children chose to write about sports or family members instead. If your child isn’t inspired by a suggested activity please feel free to adapt it or send us an email and we can support you with this.


Here are Monday’s house point totals:

Blue – 5

Green – 20

Red- 28

Yellow – 39

Well done Yellow Team!


Here are today’s suggested activities:

  • Keep active –  Take part in Joe Wick’s PE session or go for a run or a bike ride.
  • Keep reading –  Read or watch ‘Billy’s Bucket’ by Kes Gray. and discuss how you will answer the Thinking Book question in response.  
  • Discover poetry – Read and recite ‘Over My Toes’ by Michael Rosen (poem saved on the school website). Draw illustrations linked to the text.
  • Keep using your phonics – Watch today’s phonics lesson which will be available from 10:30am. Today’s focus is ‘y’ - happy 
    Alternatively, play the alternative pronunciation of y sorting game on the school website.
  • Keep thinking – In your neatest handwriting, answer this week’s Thinking Book question: If you could find anything in your bucket, what would you like to find?  
  • Keep calculating – Click on the link and  Summer Term – Week 8 – Lesson 2  -  Doubles. Please see the worksheet and answers for further challenge.  
  • Keep up-to-date -  Watch Newsround -
  • Keep discovering – Find out about the life of Mary Anning - Can you draw her portrait, a picture of the fossils she found or write some interesting facts you have learnt. You might like to challenge yourself to write a report.


Enjoy your day!

From Mrs Turner and Miss Lunt