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  • Art

    In art Mrs Hayton's class have been learning about a famous artist called LS Lowry. We studied some of his work and looked carefully at the way he sketched people in his pieces. Afterwards we used different sketching pencils to draw people using his style.

     

  • Creative activities and Easter

    As requested, I have found some more STEM ideas that you could try out at home. You could also try some of the Easter themed activities.

    Click ziphere for STEM ideas

    Click pdfhere for Easter basket

    Click pdfhere for Easter egg design sheet

    Click pdfhere for Easter word search

    Click pdfhere for Easter chick paper model

  • Maths game

    Click pdfhere for mathopoly game A4 boards (good for addition and subtraction).

    Click pdfhere for A3 version.

    Click pdfhere for score sheet.

    Click pdfhere for certificate.

    Click pdfhere for challenge and chance cards.

    Some children may require equipment to help them with this i.e. writing equipment, number line, physical objects or just support them with the calculations in any way you can. It is supposed to be fun so please help children if they need it rather than put them off playing. The more they have success the more confident they will feel to have a go themselves. Hope you enjoy! Mrs Hayton

  • Maths Resources to help

    I have uploaded the written calculation policy to help you choose the most appropriate method to help your child when doing maths work. I have also uploaded a couple of number lines and a hundred square which your child may find helpful when completing maths work. Hope this helps! 

    Click pdfhere for written policy

    Clickpdf here for number line to 30

    Click pdfhere for number line to 50

    Click pdfhere for hundred square

  • Maths, spelling, handwriting and guided reading weeks 1.6.20 and 8.6.20

     

    Maths week commencing 1.6.20

    The maths for the next two weeks follows a different format but should be helpful as it comes with videos that the children should watch before completing the activity. Please click on the maths learning grids before downloading the activities so you know what to complete on which day and you can follow the link to the video. 

    *ONCE YOU HAVE FOLLOWED THE LINK FROM THE MATHS HOME LEARNING GRID YOU WILL NEED TO SCROLL DOWN TO THE CORRECT WEEK AND LESSON TO FIND THE RIGHT VIDEO WHICH IS SPECIFIED ON THE GRID*

    Click docxhere for maths week 6 home learning grid.

    Click ziphere for lessons 1 and 2 maths week 6 for group: Circles.

    Click ziphere for lessons 3 and 4 maths week 6 for group: Circles.

    Click ziphere for lesson 5 maths week 6 for group: Circles.

    Click ziphere for lessons 1 and 2 maths week 6 for groups: Pentagons, Squares and Triangles.

    Click ziphere for lessons 3 and 4 maths week 6 for groups: Pentagons, Squares and Triangles.

    Click ziphere for lesson 5 maths week 6 for groups: Pentagons, Squares and Triangles.

    Click pdfhere for problems of the day week 6.

    Click pdfhere for problems of the day week 6 answers.

    Click pdfhere for maths mystery.

    Spelling and handwriting week commencing 1.6.20

    Click ziphere for spelling and handwriting week 6 (there is also a link in the home learning activity grid for online spelling activities if you would prefer to complete those).

    Guided reading week commencing 1.6.20

    Click ziphere for short guided reading tasks week 6.

    Maths week commencing 8.6.20

    Click docxhere for maths week 7 home learning grid.

    Click ziphere for week 7 maths lessons 1 and 2 group: Circles.

    Click ziphere for week 7 maths lessons 3 and 4 group: Circles.

    Click ziphere for week 7 maths lesson 5 group: Circles.

    Click docxhere for week 7 maths lesson 1 groups: Pentagons, Squares and Triangles.

    Click docxhere for week 7 maths lesson 1 ANSWERS groups: Pentagons, Squares and Triangles.

    Click ziphere for week 7 maths lesson 2 groups: Pentagons, Squares and Triangles.

    Click ziphere for week 7 maths lesson 3 groups: Pentagons, Squares and Triangles.

    Click ziphere for week 7 maths lesson 4 groups: Pentagons, Squares and Triangles.

    Click ziphere for week 7 maths lesson 5 groups: Pentagons, Squares and Triangles.

     Click pdfhere for week 7 maths differentiated fraction problems.

    Click pdfhere for week 7 maths mystery.

    Click ziphere for fractions games.

    Spelling and handwriting week commencing 8.6.20.

    Click ziphere for spelling and handwriting week 7.

    Guided reading week commencing 8.6.20

    Click ziphere for short guided reading tasks week 7.

     

  • North Yorkshire School Games Virtual Competition

    Click docxhere for more details.

  • Ofsted Letter - November 2017

    pdfClick here to read the Ofsted letter sent to school following their inspection in October 2017.

  • Online Phonics Lessons

    Dear Parents/Carers,

    We are pleased to let you know that your child can receive a daily phonics lesson whilst schools are closed. Phonics is the way we teach children to recognise the sounds in words. It helps your child to learn to read and is an essential part of your child’s education.

    Click pdfhere for more information.

    I hope you are all keeping well and enjoying the last of the sunshine!

    Kind regards

    Mrs Hayton

  • Orchard Maths

    As part of Orchard Week we carried out different maths challenges involving estimating, adding numbers and recording. The children had lots of fun finding different objects and using them to help with their maths.We saw lots of creatures when we were down there too! Once all the challenges were complete the children could make up their own challenge. They selected their own equipment and chose their own way of recording. 

     

  • Phonics

    The following activities would be suitable for Mrs Hayton's phonics group. I would suggest focusing on one phoneme per week and complete one of the activities a day with a spelling test at the end of the week. Phonics Play are offering a free subscription at the minute so you could play some of the games on there in addition. There is also a parents section which explains a lot of the terminology.

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    password: home

    Click ziphere for i_e activities

    Click ziphere for o_e activities

    Click ziphere for u_e activities

     

  • Reading Open Morning

    Thank you to everyone who attended the Y1-Y6 reading open morning today. We hope you found it useful. For those of you who couldn't make it, this is what was covered:

    -Reading bookmarks were introduced.The bookmarks are there to help you think of questions to ask your child when reading with them at home and for adults (i.e. Parent helpers) to use in school. These will be attached to your child's planner by the end of the week and should stay attached to the planner so they are easily accessible for anyone reading with your child at home or school.

    -Example reading activities were modelled/shared to give you a taste of how we teach reading in school.

    -Parents/Guardians had an opportunity to use the bookmarks with their children and share a story/complete a reading activity together.

    Please click pdfhere if you wish to view an example of how discussion, based on the bookmarks, can be recorded in the planner. The example is based on a child in KS1.

     

  • Reading Open Morning

    Thank you to everyone who came to the Reading Open Morning in Year 2. An explanation of what was covered can be found on the English page of the website. If you wish to view what was covered during the session in Year 2 specifically, please click pdfhere.

  • Science Selfies

    You have already been busy photographing yourselves with science around you! Take a look at these photographs of Finlay enjoying science while on holiday and William and Isobel discovering science at home with a magnetic induction hob. We look forward to seeing more of your selfies!

     

  • Topic Launch

    As part of the topic launch, Mrs Hayton's class located important landmarks and monuments on a tourist map of London. Afterwards, the children were given a blank map with only the river Thames marked on and they worked in pairs to add photographs of the monuments in the right place. We used the terms: north, south, east and west to describe the location of the places on the map.

     

  • World Book Night 23rd April 2020

    World Book Night is the annual celebration of books and reading that takes place on 23rd April. People from all backgrounds are brought together for one reason – to inspire others to read more. The best part about it is that everyone can get involved! Whether you read a lot or don’t know when you last picked a book up, you can join in the celebration in so many different ways!

    Please click pdfhere for more details if you want to get involved. If you do decide to take on the challenge, it would be great if you uploaded any photographs to Evidence Me so we can see them.

    Many thanks,

    Mrs Hayton

  • Year 2 maths, spelling, handwriting and guided reading week commencing 20.4.20

    Hope everyone has had a lovely break. These are the resources you will need for maths, reading, spelling and handwriting for the next two weeks. 

    MATHS RESOURCES

    Please click pdfhere for maths SKYPE SESSION 1 resources. You will not need all sheets. Pentagons: sheets with 3 stars, Squares and Triangles: sheets with 2 stars, Circles: sheets with 1 star (unless your class teacher has specified something different). Please do not complete this activity before your Skype session. It would be useful if you could have the following for your session: your specific sheets, writing equipment (pencil), anything you need to help you i.e. tens and ones can be made out of straws (to represent tens) and peas (to represent ones) or something similar. 

    Please click ziphere for week 1 session 1 maths.

    Please click ziphere for week 1 session 2 maths.

    Please click ziphere for week 1 session 3 maths.

    Please click ziphere for week 1 session 4 maths.

    Please click docxhere for link to money video which you may find useful.

    Please click pdfhere for maths week 2 session 1 resources.

    Please click pdfhere for maths week 2 session 2 resources.

    Please click pdfhere for maths week 2 session 3 resources.

    Please click ziphere for maths week 2 session 4 resources.

    Please click pdfhere for maths week 2 session 5 resources.

    Please click pdfhere for arithmetic paper. 

    Please click ziphere for reasoning paper.

    Please click ziphere for morning maths work.

    READING RESOURCES

    Please click ziphere for reading paper.

    Please click ziphere for short guided reading tasks.

    SPELLING RESOURCES

    Please click pdfhere for week 1 spelling (teaching input).

    Please click docxhere for week 1 look, cover, say, write, check sheet.

    Click docherefor week 1 editable spelling lists.

    Click pdfhere for week 1 spelling matching activity.

    Clickpdf here for week 1 spelling wordsearch.

    Please click pdfhere for week 2 spelling (teaching input).

    Click docxhere for week 2 look, cover, say, write, check sheet.

    Click dochere for week 2 editable spelling lists.

    Click pdfhere for week 2 spelling activity.

    Click pdfhere for week 2 spelling wordsearch.

    HANDWRITING RESOURCES

    Please click ziphere for handwriting week 1.

    Please click ziphere for handwriting week 2.

  • Year 2 SATs meeting

    Thank you to everyone who attended the Year 2 SATs meetings this week. Please click on the link below to view the slides from the meeting. Please ask your child's class teacher if you would like a copy of the examples that were handed out during the session.

    pdfSATs meeting slides

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