Miss Summers' Wednesday phonic challenge. 1.4.2020 Please email email@example.com
I thought you would like to see me and my writing on Roman Day. From Joshua Willow class.
What have we been up to at school today? 31.3.2020
Announcing the winners of today's phonics challenge. Well done to Anastasia (1st place), Henry (2nd place) and Freddie (3rd place). Great stories everyone. Watch out for another challenge tomorrow.
By Megan in kingfisher...real and alien words using the digraph oa!
It’s all a about the Romans over in the Smith household today! Jamie and Mia have painted shields, made laurel reefs, designed their own pots from salt dough and had some fun with the dress up box! We have made good use from the Twinkl website and found some great Roman activities to complete.
Early years phonics challenge by Oscar, Poppy class
Logan has done a bit of work on his “wheels beneath my wings” project this morning. He chose to do a poster on the Wright brothers. He found some pictures and we found some important facts on the internet about them! He also finished his Lego car that he has been working on for a while!
We played tricky/ red word memory game and snap! Jake loved it! And we tackled dinosaur top trumps to figure out which numbers are bigger and smaller.
A snapshot of our second week of lockdown with our highlight being life skills family haircuts! Amelia and Henry Meteor/Dragonfly
Jake finished his first reading ladder ( we changed it to 15 to keep him motivated!) and now we get to learn about sharks!!!!
Anastasia from Poppy class really enjoyed completing Miss Summers Tuesday phonic challenge!
Miss Summers phonics challenge. Leo Poppy class
Here is Sophie’s phonics challenge & some pics of what she’s been up to. She’s missing Miss Summers & all her Cherry class buddies, but she’s working hard at home!
Huxley from Comet class is currently playing the Twinkl 'Guardians of Mathamatica' maths game, which he loves, so we'd definitely recommend that to fellow gaming enthusiasts! On Friday, he created an indoor board game for us all to play, with rewards and exercise squares which we all had fun playing over the weekend!
Isaac and Sammy have been working on Sammy's project building stonehenge!
Imi & Elliott wanted to share their home learning projects with you guys. Elliott has been learning about castles (year 5) and Imi about Viking long boats (year 4)
Ivy from Kingfisher class wanted to finish her work about the world . Here it is . :)
This is the dice I have made using clay from nannies field. I molded it in to a cube and used a cocktail stick to make the numbers. Then I put it in the oven for 3 hours to bake. It took about 15 mins to cool down. From Arnie Kimmeridge class
Holly Oliver & Samuel are doing very well with their phonics!
Lucia from Lulworth class Stop Animation
Miss Summers' Tuesday phonic challenge 31.3.2020 Please email photos etc to firstname.lastname@example.org
What have we been up to at school today? 30.3.2020
I have been practising my writing on this (mains skeleton labels) and trying really hard to complete my work. I hope you like my project. I miss seeing you and my friends. Lots of love Imogen
Finlay's Vikings Project. Lulworth Class.
Rosie has completed her homework project on Wheels beneath my Wings. She wanted you to see it so I have attached some photos. Hope you are well. Rosie is missing you. She also got 9 out of 10 on her spellings (they were very difficult)!
I just wanted to send an email to say that Zara has been amazing on her first week off school. Still eager to learn and has been getting stuck in. I have attached a few copies of her work she has completed. Obviously the habitat hunt was based on fiction! Thanks Mum.
Well done Lenny and Anastasia on the phonics challenge today.
Hello everyone, Anastasia from Poppy class really enjoyed exploring the wonders of the dark sky and learning more about planets and Solar system!
Harry from Meteor class wanted to show his Crime and Punishment project. He made a courtroom with a judge and jury using his Lego. We miss you all. Stay safe everyone
I have been quite busy learning. I have read a book, I did an experiment which was great fun making water fireworks, I have done some maths and some writing, I also tried some origami and made a bunny with a bit of help from Mummy. Well done Eva!
More phonics. This time from Imogen.
I thought I'd let you know what Huxley in Comet class is up to. He's currently playing the Twinkl 'Guardians of Mathamatica' maths game, which he loves, so we'd definitely recommend that to fellow gaming enthusiasts! On Friday, he created an indoor board game for us all to play, with rewards and exercise squares which we all had fun playing over the weekend! We hope all Huxley's school friends are well and a big thank you to the teachers for sending through new work ideas / websites to access. Stay safe! From the Evans Family
Holly and Eva have completed Miss Summers' Monday phonics challenge.
So we also played tricky/ red word memory game and snap! Jake loved it! And we tackled dinosaur top trumps to figure out which numbers are bigger and smaller
Sophia has been busy! We did a little book about her demonstrating hand washing, and a tally of favourite vegetables and fruits of family members.
This is what Sophia been doing at home.
Answering paper activities
Planting seed from Little Garden
Loads of playing and running around.
Miss Summers has set a Monday phonics challenge 30.3.2020 Email: email@example.com
So this happened... After the overwhelming success (11867 hits) of 'Reading with Rufus', Mrs Andrews was contacted by Peter Bently, the author 'The Great Dog Bottom Swap' and the illustrator Mei Matsuska. They both loved the video and have posted the clip on their own pages. Peter said "You read it really nicely and Rufus is priceless (and gorgeous)! It made me chuckle a LOT!!" Mei said "That's a brilliant video - thank you so much - and Rufus is adorable!"
Well done Mrs Andrews.
We will be arranging for them both to visit Heatherlands as soon as we can. They are both looking forward to it.
Daisy and Charly have had a good week doing all sorts! Lots of reading and activities. Charly has been practicing his handwriting and spellings. He has also tried a bit of education city. Daisy has been reading lots as always and has been doing some springtime maths activities from Twinkl. They have both been practicing their times tables too. We have all been doing P.E. with Joe Wicks every morning! They have been watching lots of bbc bite size and educational you tube videos and Horrible Histories. Not a bad first week will see how we get on next week! They both say hello to Mrs Underwood and Miss Edwards and they are missing everyone xx Many thanks Thea
George used ‘Draw with Rob’, YouTube tutorial, excellent way to help children draw characters! And researched King Midas!
Loving your work ladies in the Heatherlands school office today!
Team clean! Thanks to the team for keeping us clean all week!
Well done Felicity. Good work!
This is Tristan's week 1 report. He has completed Education city learning, reading daily, maths practice and research and writing. He's enjoyed home cooking and his FIFIA, PE with Joe on YouTube etc. He also enjoyed editing photos into something he likes - we did a little experiment by cutting a bit of a leek root and moistered it, It now has grown. Tristan has edited the photo :-). He's been showing his resilience to work very hard in English and has done a few pieces of writing.
Hope you are all well! Sophia wants to send these pictures to you. She has been reading daily, education city, and maths practice. She also has created her own version of cooking - making steamed bread in the shapes of Snail, Ghost, Earth worm, Ice cream, fishes with help etc. She did a "science experiment" - cut the root of a leek and kept the root moistured, and now look, it has grown! Tristan has been playing with the photo to make it look funny with the stickers on 😃
Chloe from Lulworth class has made a picture of a koala using things found in our garden.
Chloe from Lulworth class joining in with or with Jo Wicks.
Great home learning project Demi. love it!
'Cooking with Croxford' - part 2. The icing and eating stage.
'Cooking with Croxford' - part 1. A message from Mrs Croxford.
Theo has learnt lots about South America. We have learnt where it is in the world, it is a continent and have learnt about 3 countries in South America along with some of the animals you would find there and the different flags.
Tomorrow we are going to learn about the Amazon rain forest.
Here are some pictures of Theo and his work he has been doing, along with Healthy Bones Ted for his homework project.
Thank you so much for all you do remotely for the the children. It isn't easy trying to be a teacher but we do what we can.
Today Juliette and Bastian did a science experiment learning about density..
They enjoyed it.
Today I did cosmic yoga, made a comfy bed out of all the sofa cushions, I finished my CVC word workbook and I spent some time playing in the garden... Look what I found!!
Maisy wanted me to send you a picture of her work she's been doing today. She wanted to learn about the Tudors. With the help of horrible histories and some research on the internet shes managed to make a 'Tudor family tree' 😃
Phoebe has made a Viking ship and written instructions to go with it. Ava made a plane and wrote her instructions too. We have baked cinnamon swirls and drawn shadow animals. We have been on Education City too!
Thank you for all your hard work at school. stay safe and Phoebe and Ava say 'hello' to Mrs Hill and Mrs Bedford.
Many thanks, Jo
Stanley has made a guillotine for his Crime and Punishment project and wanted to show Mrs Young.
Olivia has asked for this to be shown to Miss Underwood, a story Olivia has written while off!
Wanted to quickly share what Logan did this morning. He’s designed a card and written a little message inside and we’ve sent it off to a care home in Portsmouth! To do this we joined the Facebook page “postcards of kindness”. Hopefully he will make lots of people smile with this!
Jamie and Mia working away We’ve found a happy balance of school work and fun activities to keep us all entertained! A new way of learning and spending time as a family.
Hello. On day 4, Tyler (Year 5 Galaxy class) wanted you to know that his eggs have started hatching. Today he now has 4 out the incubator and sunning it under his brooder. Kind regards Mum
Well done Rosalia. Some great home learning project work on the Vikings. Good to see you are busy in your home learning book too.
Behind the scenes on 'Thumbs up Thursday'.
Well done on your home learning project George (Year 4 Lulworth class)
A message from Mrs Andrews and Rufus - the talking dog! 'It's Reading with Rufus'
Sophia wanted me to share with you our home learning project from yesterday. She was interested to learn more about Australia following on from ‘around the world in 30 days’ so we made our own didgeridoo decorated with some aboriginal dot paintings. It is surprisingly noisy!
Hope everyone is keeping well.
Some of the work we have been doing recently.
From Anastasia, Poppy class
What did we get up to in school today Team Wednesday? 25.3.2020
Wonderful Wednesday 25.3.2020
Looking good Ned. The cat doesn't look too impressed though!
Logan struggled to engaged a bit this morning so we didn’t do anything too strenuous! We played a game of “mathopoly” which we got off of twinkl and then we made some bunting together to hang up in his room :-) Another chilled afternoon for him whilst I do my work.
Well done Amelia, Henry and Ayse for looking so engaged in your learning at home. Love it!
Ned wanted me to share this with you all, he has been busy with school work, done some PE with half of the world and Joe Wicks, played some online games with Jack and Oliver and even his cat tried to join in with some of the work.
Yesterday I made a board game and wanted to share it with you. I hope you like this video. Love Joshua.
Message from Miss Lawrence. (We think!)
Oscar and Mariama and some of their homework. They are doing very well and sticking to their plan and daily routine.
Just thought I’d share some photos from this morning for Logan.
We started the morning with Joe Wicks PE lesson which almost finished us both off! Logan then did some of his workbook and we explored different educational websites and he watched some science videos and completed some maths and English games on BBC bitesize and Education City (until they decided to do maintenance!).
He’s now going to have a chilled afternoon because I have lots of work to do!
Today Eva did Cosmic Kids Yoga, then had a bit of a strop and refused to do any work!
Eventually I calmed down and did some maths work, made some cakes and planted some seeds. After school time I then decided to write my own sums.
Team Tuesday presents... What have we been up to at school today? 24.3.2020
PE antics this afternoon using the mirroring function.
Lyla wanted to send a picture of number sentences she made up herself 😊
Today, Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 read a poem titled ' The Magic Box'. They then wrote their own verses.
Theo's mummy here.
Hope you are all well in the school.
Just wanted to email you some pictures of what Theo has been doing so far.
I made up some work sheets for him for every day this week, I had to be organised otherwise I would have really struggled getting to carry on learning.
I let him choose a subject to learn about for the week, this week he wants to learn about South America as he is obsessed with it for some reason! These are the worksheets he completed today.
Images from Team Heatherlands working from home. Keep it up everyone and keep us posted!
Jake has started his home reading ladder today!!!! Once he reads 30 books he’ll get to pick a new one!!
So we also played tricky/ red word memory game and snap! Jake loved it! And we tackled dinosaur top trumps to figure out which numbers are bigger and smaller.
Hi Miss Summers and everyone at school
So far today I have done Joe Wicks PE lesson, it was hard but fun.
After that I have done some maths and CVC work and I'm currently doing some crafting.
Missing all my friends at school, hopefully see you soon!