We said goodbye to our Year 6 pupils on Friday. It has been a different end to the year, but we made the last day of primary school for our “class of 2020“ one to remember. Check out the video’s of their leaver’s assembly and their final goodbye with a standing ovation from other pupils, [...]
Phonics Here are some websites to use to practice those phonic skills and high frequency words - Click on each picture to be taken to the site. Youtube Channel Here are the word lists for the common exception words that each child needs to know - Practice them in small chunks and when you finish [...]
Please see the attached documentation regarding our wider opening from 22nd June 2020. DSJ Home School Agreement DSJ Covid-19 Policy v2 DSJ Covid-19 Policy Appendix DSJ Covid-19 Risk Assessment
This afternoon we have been exploring floating and sinking. We selected a range of different objects and talked about whether we thought they would float or sink. We then had a turn at testing different objects in our water, we really enjoyed watching the chalk dissolve in the water.
This week in English, we have been enjoying stories by the author Oliver Jeffers. Here is one of our favourites called Stuck. You can enjoy it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2FHMXsq5AY After we heard the story, we wrote our own stories. Here are some that we wrote at home- prepare to laugh as they are very entertaining! Alfie's [...]
Reception Class have had another fantastic week of home learning! Take a look at some of the things we got up to.
Over our weeks in lockdown, we have produced some lovely pieces of art. We have drawn self portraits using artist techniques for proportions and positions. We have used things around our homes to do observational drawings. We looked at the work of Hundertwasser, an Austrian artist, who disliked the use of straight lines.
Take a look at some of the wonderful things we have been creating in our home learning over the last few weeks. We have done a STEM challenge, making a paper helicopter that could fly! We looked at animals and tried to draw patterns, shapes and lines which show how some animals move. [...]