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Easter Activities - there are 4 pages in the document! Mr Dawley has sent some PE suggestions. Don't forget the Sumdog competition. Leave pictures and comments about the Easter activities that you have done in the new Rosen Class Easter eggtivities blog. All blog posts and comments need to wait for approval from me. On days when I am in school, there may be a delay!
Friday 3rd April. Well done! Week two of home-schooling almost completed! I will be posting a variety of ideas for you to try out during what would have been the Easter break. Visit this webpage on Monday to find out more.
Wednesday 1st April. Hello! Lots of people have been blogging about how bored they are. See if you can find the blog and make some suggestions about what people could do to beat the boredom. I know you'll have lots of great ideas! Mrs E.
Friday 27th March. Well done to all of you who have worked so hard this week. Friday's learning is a little different from the rest of the week as there is some art and science. Remember to copy down your new spellings.
Wednesday 25th March. Hello Rosen, here is Wednesday's work. I have put some pictures of the Tough and Muddy event on the web site. If you click on children, and then gallery, you will be able to see them. Olympics cancelled! Unthinkable! How many times has that happened before? Worth researching and recording in your diary.
Tuesday 24th March. Hello - well done to all of you who are already working hard. I had a sneak peek at your diaries. They are fab! Don't forget to add pictures - and punctuation!! I hope you've been able to find activities ok. I know some websites have experienced high demand. Apparently 200,000 were trying to log onto White Rose Maths at one point! Stay safe!
20.3.20 Spellings for the children who were not in school today. You can copy them carefully into your yellow home-spelling book. Get someone to test you next Friday. The next list will be available next week. I will be posting a letter and home learning materials soon. Mrs Edgecumbe
An afternoon at Cowage Brook. As part of our work on rivers, we measured the flow, looked at pollution in the brook and studied the plants and banks of the stream. We managed to spot a variety of birds, including some friendly robins and some small fish. It was quite muddy- fortunately, no-one fell in!