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Hello everyone, 

 

I hope you have thoroughly enjoyed the beautiful sunshine this weekend. It has been glorious and hopefully brightened your mood. This is the last week of our home learning and we are really looking  forward to seeing you all back next week. So give it your best this week and end this block of home learning on a real high.

 

See you tomorrow at 9:15am smileysmiley

Hi Class 9, 

I really hope you have all enjoyed a restful week. You and your parents certainly deserved it.  Last half term, you worked very hard and Miss Baliol-Key and I were most impressed by your commitment to home learning (we know it has not been easy). We begin a new half term tomorrow and I hope you will continue to show the great attitude to learning that we have seen so far. Here is the timetable for the week. Please note there are a few changes to the lunchtime and end of the day online chat times. 

See you online tomorrow at 9:15am smiley

Greetings Class 9!

I hope it has been another relaxing weekend for you all.  Here is the timetable for the home learning this week. smiley

Hello Class 9!

I hope you've all had a lovely weekend and enjoyed a muddy walk or two. Here is the timetable for this week. See you all tomorrow smiley

Good evening! I hope that you've all enjoyed some snow this weekend. Here is the timetable for this week. See you tomorrow smiley
Hello! I hope you've all had an enjoyable weekend. Here is the home learning timetable for this week. Chat to you all tomorrow!smiley
I hope you've all had a lovely weekend enjoying the January sunshine. Here is the timetable for this week.  Look forward to seeing you all tomorrow on TEAMS! smiley

We are really disappointed that we will not see everyone in Class 9 for a few weeks; however, we will be in touch virtually every school day! You will see us live three times a day and we will be setting you activities and tasks to keep your learning going at home. All of the work will be set using TEAMS. If you cannot get on to TEAMS please do get in contact with the school. In addition, if you have forgotten your Purple Mash or TT Rockstars log in then also please let us know because you will need them! We know it is not the same as being at school but you must try and complete  the work set. You do not need a printer. You can simply write on a piece of paper and send us a photo.  If there are any problems big or small, please do get in touch via TEAMS or by emailing the school office. 

 

Here is the timetable for the rest of the week and don't forget to look at the work that has already been added for today. 

Take care, 

Mrs Anderson and Miss Baliol-Key

Welcome to class 9!  Mrs Anderson will teach the class Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, and Miss Baliol-Key will finish the week on Thursday and Friday.  After a very strange summer term we're all back and raring to go and looking forward to spending time with you all.  The autumn term at least will be a bit different with staggered start and finish times and lunch at a different time but we'll all get used to it soon .

 

Our topic this term is Romans so we'll be finding out all about their successful and unsuccessful invasions of Britain, trying out some mosaic art and writing using our new historical knowledge.  Our class timetable is attached below for you to see what else we'll be getting up to.

 

Our PE day is Thursday so remember to come in your kits on that day - as the weather gets colder don't forget that you can wear sweatshirts and tracksuit bottoms.  But remember it has to be school kit please, no football shirts or random colours.  We will also do 15 minutes of activity every day to help get your bodies moving and your brains ready for learning!  The children are welcome to bring in trainers to change into for their daily exercise.

 

Homework will be given on a Friday and should be returned the following Thursday - it will always include some more practise on the maths we have been doing in class and the weekly spellings that children should learn, in whatever way best suits them, ready for a weekly test.  We would also like children to read with or to an adult as often as possible, ideally 15 minutes every day.  Reading regularly massively helps with both reading and writing skills so please do try and find time to do this.  Homework will generally be set on Microsoft Teams and needs to be handed in on there too please - occasionally it will be on printed sheets where online work is not suitable.

 

We appreciate that opportunities to speak to us are limited at the moment, but if you do need us, make contact with the office by  email, phone or in person and we will get back to you.

 

Mrs Anderson and Miss Baliol-Key

Today we have enjoyed dissecting a pig's heart as part of our Science lesson. It was great to use our knowledge to identify different parts of the heart. 

Class 9's skipping skills have improved massively!

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Non uniform rainbow day 🌈

A look at the classroom, seeing as you haven't been able to come in!

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