Below are links to some of the work for Monday 18th and Tuesday 19th January. There are also videos to be found in the children's OneNote files. Class Home learning planner wc 18th Jan W3 Monday - Survivors Shackleton Part 1 W3 Tuesday - Survivors Shackleton Part 2 Week 3 French Antarctica Maths decimal [...]
Sunday 3rd January 2021 Dear Parents and Carers, Following a day of continued deliberation between unions, the Local Authority and school staff, it ismy intention to open Willow Brook tomorrow morning as usual. Whilst we are assured thattransmission between young children remains manageable with appropriate risk assessments inplace, the adult members of the school, [...]
Saturday 2nd January 2021 Dear Parents and Carers, As you will be aware from the media over the past two days, the opening of primary schools duringthis critical period has proved to be controversial. Having been advised until the end of the weekthat, with appropriate risk assessments safely in place, the term should begin [...]
We have been inspired by Charles Dickens and Terry Pratchett to write our own short narratives. Just like the masters of prose, our writing is full of filth, squalor and dirty deeds. Please take a look but do be warned, some the descriptions are not for the faint-hearted. [...]
A deeply interesting biography of a woman who had a colossal impact on life in Britain and beyond.
Dodger is a tosher – a sewer scavenger living in the squalor of Dickensian London. Everyone who is nobody knows Dodger. Anyone who is anybody doesn’t. But when he rescues a young girl from a beating, suddenly everybody wants to know him. And Dodger’s tale of skulduggery, dark plans and even darker deeds begins . . [...]
We've been studying Anna Sewell's masterpiece of writing. We learned plenty about this intellectual woman's opinions about animal welfare, Victorian society and humanity in general. You might not have guessed that Mr Jones could ever get so excited about a book about a horse!
Welcome back (in a manner). Please find the resources for another week of home learning. Work from home week 6 colour the shapes drawing shapes shapes on a grid How exercise affects different muscles spotting the ure sound proofreading a passage - maurice the mouse Question of the week 6 the moon Spellings suffix [...]
Welcome to another week of learning from home! 18th May week outline How to catch a star- Instruction writing Maths- Making Double Maths- Sharing Equally Plant growth table Spellings- How to catch a star One more thing... Our school's sports partnership has produced some excellent resources to get children active and [...]
Welcome to another week of working from home. As I'm sure many of you are aware, we are currently very busy preparing to welcome back all children from Reception, Year 1 and Year 6. I'll continue to post up weekly work for year 2, but will be a little more busy than usual (!) [...]