Have a look at the anchor spag links on You Tube - these will part of the term 5 timetabled work
Check out the free reading Wise Roald Dahl free texts and reading packs
Join millions around the world for David Walliams free audio story EVERY DAY
Keep up your fitness with Joe Wicks every morning at 9am
you can join in live or catch up on days (something for grown ups too)
if you missed the live version of Steve Backshall's Animal Q and A, don't worry, you can watch it again here:
In line with DfE and MAT guidance, the teaching staff have worked hard to put a timetable together for each year group with activities and tasks reflecting as far as possible the school day.
Please see letter and timetable for details. Teachers have also prepared a list of additional website resources should you require supplementary activities.
Please note, there is a legal requirement for school work to be completed.
Teachers will be available for support and feedback via their clutton school email addresses during this time - between 8:30am and 3:15pm monday to friday until Friday 3rd April.
Cherry: Mrs Parkes-Cordock: email@example.com
Maple: Mrs Muckley: firstname.lastname@example.org
Willow: Mrs Cowgill: email@example.com
Sycamore: Ms Orange: firstname.lastname@example.org
Oak: Miss Douglas: email@example.com
Office email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit to Bristol Museum
As part of our history work this term I have arranged for Sycamore class to visit Bristol Museum on Wednesday 18th September.
The children will be taking part in separate workshops:
They will also be able to look around the museum at the exhibits.
The topics for the year can be viewed on our Curriculum Page. A more descrition of what we will be learning each term can be viewed by clicking on the links below: