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Owls New Class Blog 09.07.20

Date: 8th Jul 2020 @ 7:25pm

Good morning Owl Class! How are you all?

I hope your Wednesday was fun! Benson and I went out for 2 walks again and we tried something new! I let him off his lead so he could run around and then he came straight back when I called him. It helped that I had treats in my hand, but I still think he was a very good boy!

  

 

I enjoyed seeing your 5 facts! It looks like we've all got a lot in common which is wonderful and hopefully we can do some of your favourite activities in school in September!

  

  

 

Well done to Casey, Harris, Isabelle and Chloe!

 

Today's task is to write an acrostic poem that describes you! An acrostic poem is where the first letter of each line spells out a word! I'd like to to write your first name and Owls Class.

Here's my example to help you:

 

Have a great Thursday everyone!

 

Miss Whalley

 

 

Woodpeckers New Class Home Learning 9.7.20

Date: 8th Jul 2020 @ 6:46pm

Happy Thursday Woodpeckers! 

We’ve nearly completed a whole week on our new class blog. Thank you so much for everything that you have blogged so far. A big shout out to Lucas, Harrison, Eli, Keiji, Max and Isabelle for their fact posters about Woodpeckers yesterday. We definitely learned something new. Take a look at some of them:

Today’s task is all about reading.

What is your favourite book? Do you have a book ready to recommend to another child in our class?

Your task is to draw a picture of the cover of your favourite book and colour it in. Just like this: 

"My favourite book is Harry Potter because I love the description used by the author when she describes the characters and the settings. I particulary love the description of Hogwarts."

Once you have drawn your book cover, I would like you to then blog it and write on your blog about why you like this book. A bit like I have done above.

You could always make a book mark too, to use when you are reading at home or in school.

Health and Fitness Week

Don't forget to follow Mr Horsley's posts. Perhaps you could create your own game to play in the garden!

Have a great day!

Mrs Latham and Miss Wardle

Bubble 6 - Health and Fitness Week 8.7.20

Date: 8th Jul 2020 @ 2:21pm

Today we have had a special treat, somebody came into teach us Yoga, all socially distanced of course. We had a lovely calming time and I think we have some budding yoga people among us! Well done Bubble 6!

 

HOME OLYMPICS- CHALLENGE 3

Date: 8th Jul 2020 @ 9:29am

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucaUU7-9N9o

Whats the highest score you can get?

I'm going to keep on trying until I improve! Rolled up socks and a washing basket will be perfect for this challenge!

 

HEALTH AND FITNESS WEEK - DAY 3

Date: 8th Jul 2020 @ 8:42am

Good morning everyone!

What an amazing day again yesterday -  I cannot believe how many photos and videos were submitted yesterday. I'm so impressed with the effort and resilience I have seen displayed at home - it looks like we have some excellent jumpers in school and some excellent dancers in school...although if you ask my Bubble they might not have appreciated my Bollywood dance moves so much yesterday.sad

Today's activities

1) Activity Bingo

Remember to try and tick off as many activities as you can!

2) Let's get dancing!

There are two Yoga sessions for you to try today - one aimed at KS1 and one aimed at KS2. Why don't you try and research about Yoga first before you try it. Where was it created? What is it used for? Why is it good for you?smiley.Yoga always surprises me with how tiring it actually is! It is great for your body and mind.

KS1 - Yoga https://imoves.com/home-learning/1329

KS2 - Yoga https://imoves.com/home-learning/1339

Home Olympics - Event 3 - Washing Basket Throw Challenge

Today's event will test your throwing and your agility!

For this task:

1) Find a washing basket, box, bucket - any target you can find around the house

2) Find three rolled up pairs of socks.

3) Stand 9 steps back from the target.

4) Set a timer to one minute - when you start, throw the three bean bags and sprint to collect them. Then run back to your throwing point.

5) Repeat until the timer runs out - count how many pairs of socks you get in the target.

6) Keep a record of your best scores for Friday.smiley Challenge other people in your house to see what they can get.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ucaUU7-9N9o

 

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Have a great, active day everyone. Keep sending in your pictures and videos.

 

Mr Horsley

Kingfishers Home Learning 8th July

Date: 8th Jul 2020 @ 8:30am

Good Morning Kingfishers!

 

Todays Tasks: 

Today's tasks focus on wellbeing, our Growth Mindset and goals for the future. 

Task 1

Throughout lockdown, you have all shown how motivated and determined you are to continue with your work, showing a consistent Growth Mindset. Today, I would like you to create a poster all about Growth MindsetThink about how you can have a  growth mindset and what you can say to motivate yourself. Also, think about the flipside of this and what would be negative things that could be said in the same situation. Here is an example:

Task 2: 

  1. Think about your goals for next year – what would you like to achieve? Split a piece of paper into two columns and label them ‘goals’ and ‘actions’. Think about what your goals and what actions you will need to make to achieve them.

Here is an example: 

 

 

Health and Fitness Week:

Today’s activity is Yoga. Click the link below and follow the moves!

https://imoves.com/home-learning/1339

Please take as many pictures/videos as possible and post your responses to the blog/Seesaw!

Day 3 - Sports Day – Home Olympics

Well done to everyone who attempted the long jump yesterday – If you didn’t have chance to try this yesterday then do not worry – you can catch up today.

Today’s event is the washing basket target challenge. Find as many rolled up socks as possible and see how many you can get into the basket in 1 minute. Remember to challenge people in your household, try as many times as you like and record your best score – can you beat my score?


Check my video on the Health and Fitness blog to see an example!

 

Have a great day, 

Mr Horsley

Eagles - New Class Blog - 08.07.20

Date: 8th Jul 2020 @ 8:25am

Good Morning Eagles! 

 

Todays Tasks: 

Today's tasks focus on wellbeing, our Growth Mindset and goals for the future. 

Task 1

Throughout lockdown, you have all shown how motivated and determined you are to continue with your work, showing a consistent Growth Mindset. Today, I would like you to create a poster all about Growth Mindset. Think about how you can have a  growth mindset and what you can say to motivate yourself. Also, think about the flipside of this and what would be negative things that could be said in the same situation. Here is an example:

Task 2: 

  1. Think about your goals for next year – what would you like to achieve? Split a piece of paper into two columns and label them ‘goals’ and ‘actions’. Think about what your goals and what actions you will need to make to achieve them.

Here is an example: 

 

 

Health and Fitness Week:

Today’s activity is Yoga. Click the link below and follow the moves!

https://imoves.com/home-learning/1339

Please take as many pictures/videos as possible and post your responses to the blog/Seesaw!

Day 3 - Sports Day – Home Olympics

Well done to everyone who attempted the long jump yesterday – If you didn’t have chance to try this yesterday then do not worry – you can catch up today.

Today’s event is the washing basket target challenge. Find as many rolled up socks as possible and see how many you can get into the basket in 1 minute. Remember to challenge people in your household, try as many times as you like and record your best score – can you beat my score?

 

Have a great day, 

Mr Simpson

Swallows New Class Blog - 8th July

Date: 8th Jul 2020 @ 7:07am

Good Morning Swallows!!!

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We were really impressed yesterday with some of your self-portraits, there are some really budding young artists amongst you all! Keep an eye out for some of your brilliant work later today, I will post some of these examples as a celebration post.   

Today’s Task:

As we are in Swallows class for next year, we would like you to research the Swallow bird. They are fantastic creatures who have a very unique life-style!

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Search the internet or look in an encyclopaedia. Look in books about birds and ask your parents what you can find out about this wonderful bird. Make sure to have a look on YouTube if possible about the bird flying, they are incredibly fast!

Can you find out:

What they eat? Where do they hunt this prey?

Where do they live and do they migrate? Why do they live there?

Do they have certain colours or patterns to their feathers?

Do the males and females look the same or do they have different colours or markings?

Present your findings how you so wish, you could draw a picture of the swallow, write a paragraph or a report about them. Mind-map or make a fact-file. Here is an example for you to ‘magpie’ ideas from, forgive the pun about birds!

Don’t forget to blog you work and keep them safe, ready to bring them into school in September. We can’t wait to see you in the Swallows class!

Health and Fitness Week:

Please take a look later about Health and Fitness Week for some activities to try out at home.

Have a great day children and exercise like a Swallow!

Mr P 🌈🌈🌈

Robins New Class Blog 08.07.20

Date: 7th Jul 2020 @ 10:02pm

Hello my lovely Robins,

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I hope you are having a lovely Wednesday.

I have been so impressed by your book reviews. You have given me lots of new books to try over the Summer holidays. Here are some super reviews that I spotted on your blogs yesterday:

Check out these bright and colourful bookmarks I saw too:

I have also spotted some excellent exercising on the Health and Fitness blog. What a fantastic bunch of exercisers you all are! I have really enjoyed watching you complete your daily Health and Fitness challenges so keep it up!

Robins facts

Next year, you will be in the Robins class so your task today is to find and present some facts about robins. Robins are my favourite type of bird and I love learning new things about them. I even found a cheeky robin when I went for a stroll around Haigh Hall last week. Here is everything I know about robins. Can you help me learn lots of new, interesting facts?

I used this website to write 5 facts about robins, perhaps it could help you out too: https://easyscienceforkids.com/all-about-robins/ 

I can’t wait to read your facts.

Have a lovely day.

Miss Dooley

Doves - New Class Blog - 08.07.20

Date: 7th Jul 2020 @ 9:10pm

Good Morning Doves! 

I was so impressed with your research and information on Doves yesterday! Don't forget to keep your work safe and bring it all back in September. 

Todays Tasks: 

Today's tasks focus on wellbeing, our Growth Mindset and goals for the future. 

Task 1

Throughout lockdown, you have all shown how motivated and determined you are to continue with your work, showing a consistent Growth Mindset. Today, I would like you to create a poster all about Growth Mindset. Think about how you can have a  growth mindset and what you can say to motivate yourself. Also, think about the flipside of this and what would be negative things that could be said in the same situation. Here is an example:

Task 2: 

  1. Think about your goals for next year – what would you like to achieve? Split a piece of paper into two columns and label them ‘goals’ and ‘actions’. Think about what your goals and what actions you will need to make to achieve them.

Here is an example: 

 

 

 

 

Health and Fitness Week:

Today’s activity is Yoga. Click the link below and follow the moves!

https://imoves.com/home-learning/1339

Please take as many pictures/videos as possible and post your responses to the blog/Seesaw!

Day 3 - Sports Day – Home Olympics

Well done to everyone who attempted the long jump yesterday – If you didn’t have chance to try this yesterday then do not worry – you can catch up today.

Today’s event is the washing basket target challenge. Find as many rolled up socks as possible and see how many you can get into the basket in 1 minute. Remember to challenge people in your household, try as many times as you like and record your best score – can you beat my score?

 

Have a lovely day, 

Miss Fairhurst

 

Starlings New Blog 8th July

Date: 7th Jul 2020 @ 8:53pm

Good morning Starlings!

I was so impressed by your self-portraits. You made them really colourful and I think they are going to look fantastic in our new classroom! Don't forget to keep your work safe and bring it all back in September.

Today’s task:

We are in the Starling class. What can you find out about starlings? Search on the Internet or look in a book and find out what you can about this wonderful bird. Then present your findings. You could draw a picture of a starling, write a paragraph or some sentences about them, brainstorm facts or make a fact file.

Don’t forget to blog your work! I can’t wait to see you in the Starling class!

Keep a lookout for Mr Horsley's Health and Fitness Week blog post. I gave the long jump challenge a really good go yesterday and it took me a few tries but I jumped 1.7m! I think I'm going to try and beat that number today though. I better get stretching!

Have a great day!

Miss Altham

Owls New Class Blog 08.07.20

Date: 7th Jul 2020 @ 7:44pm

Good morning Owls Class! 

I hope you all had a great Tuesday! It was wonderful seeing the other half of the class on the Zoom transition meetings. It's made me really excited for September and I can't wait to be your new teacher.

Benson was also excited to see you all! He jumped up on me and was looking at the iPad to try and find you all when the session had finished!

I've loved seeing your self portraits:

  

  

  

 

Today's task is to draw round your hand and write 5 things that you are good at. Here are mine and Mrs Handley's examples:

  

 

Have a wonderful Wednesday everyone!

 

Miss Whalley

 

 

Nursery New Starter - challenge 08.07.20

Date: 7th Jul 2020 @ 7:36pm

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Happy Wednesday Nursery Penguins!  

I hope that you have enjoyed the story of The Colour Monster and that it gave you and your adult a chance to talk about how you are feeling.  Your challenge today is to listen to the story again and then go on a colour hunt around your house.  Once you have found lots of objects in different colours, can you sort them and make a rainbow? (See example) Can you name all the colours of the rainbow? Which colour represents your favourite feeling? Mine was yellow for happiness.

Don’t forget to send your pictures to office@thegates.bolton.sch.uk and write in the subject box 'Nursery New Starter'. We can’t wait to see them.

Have a great day,

Mrs Lenagan and Mrs Parnell

New Starter Reception challenge

Date: 7th Jul 2020 @ 6:27pm

Good morning Reception,

I hope you are all ok today and enjoyed the story of The Colour Monster.  Your challenge today is to listen to the story again and then go on a colour hunt around your house.  Can you find lots of objects in different colours and then sort them?  Once you have sorted them can you make a colour rainbow.

Don’t forget to send your pictures to office@thegates.bolton.sch.uk remember to put Reception New Starters in the subject heading. 

I can’t wait to see them!

Mrs Jarrett

Puffins New Class Blog - 08.07.20

Date: 7th Jul 2020 @ 5:37pm

Hello Puffins,

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Yesterday was a lovely day for me, it was my first day back off maternity leave and I got to spend it with some of you new Puffins! We drew our self portraits and attempted Mr Horsley’s Health and Fitness Challenge. I couldn’t believe how good you were at long jump! Thank you so much for all of your responses to the blog. I can’t wait to print some off and display them in our new classroom. Take a look at some of the self portraits you have done.

  

Activity 3: Today we are asking you to get active and join in our PE activities. At The Gates we encourage children to get active and keep healthy but it is not about being the best at something, it’s about being the best you can be. So today we’re asking you to join in with some of these timed PE Challenges. You will need a grown up to help you time them, maybe they could complete the challenge too! It would be great if you could continue to do these every day and see if you can beat your personal best. Let us know how you get on!

 

 In 1 minute, how many times can you…

Hop?

Jump?

Bounce a ball?

Throw a ball in the air and catch it?

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Good Luck!

Miss Southern & Mrs Bevin

Woodpeckers New Class Blog 8.7.20

Date: 7th Jul 2020 @ 4:05pm

Good morning Woodpeckers! 

We were really impressed yesterday with your self-portraits, you are very creative! Well done children and please continue to share what you get up to at home :)

Today’s task:

We are in the Woodpecker class. What can you find out about woodpeckers?

Search on the Internet or look in a book and find out what you can about this wonderful bird. Can you find out:

What do they eat? Where do they hunt to find their food? 

Where they live? Why do they live there? 

Do they have certain colours or patterns in their feathers?

Do the males and females look the same or do they have different colours or markings?

Then present your findings. You could draw a picture of a woodpecker, write a paragraph or some sentences about them, brainstorm facts or make a fact file. Here is an example completed yesterday by a child from one of the other KS2 classes:

Don’t forget to blog you work and keep them safe ready to bring them into school in September. We can’t wait to see you in the Woodpecker class!

Health and Fitness Week

Please take a look at Mr Horsley's blog about Health and Fitness week for some activities to try at home.

Have a great day! Mrs Latham and Miss Wardle

Woodpecker Class Super Work

Date: 7th Jul 2020 @ 4:00pm

Well done to all of the new Woodpecker class for their excellent work over the past 2 days. Your self potraits especially have blown our socks off! We are so impressed by the detail which you have added and the colours used.

Here are some star work shares just for you!

Well done children, thank you for sharing. Please continue to share on the blog the work that you complete at home. We love to see it!

It was also lovely to speak to parents today. If you didn't get the chance, we will be in touch before the end of term.

Have a lovely evening!

Mrs Latham and Miss Wardle

Bubble 6 - Health and Fitness week

Date: 7th Jul 2020 @ 2:24pm

As part of Health and Fitness Week the children have also been taking part in the same home sport challenges on imoves. We have so far done mountain biking and took part in some excellent Samba dancing this afternoon.

Yesterday, we took part in a different sports day to the ones that we are used to. We talked about the importance of teamwork and encouraging each other. The children were brilliant at encouraging the rest of their bubble and everyone managed to place 1st, 2nd or 3rd in at least one race! I am so proud of the children's sportsmanship.

I have also included a picture of the catipillers, they are quite sizable now apprently this means that they are almost ready to cacoon themselves, fingers crossed its not too long! 

Doves Templates

Date: 7th Jul 2020 @ 10:24am

Hello everyone,

I have attached some templates which can be used for todays task. 

Some can be printed, or edited on the document. 

Hope it helps :)

Miss Fairhurst

Health and Fitness Week - Day 2

Date: 7th Jul 2020 @ 8:39am

Good morning everyone!

I was so blown away by your responses at home to yesterdays challenges. It seems like so many of you got involved and really enjoyed challenging yourself and others. I have attached some pictures that were sent in yesterday. 

Today's activities

1) Activity Bingo

Remember to try and tick off as many activities as you can!

2) Let's get dancing!

There are two dance sessions for you to try today - one aimed at KS1 and one aimed at KS2. Try them out and see if you can create your own dance routine using the moves you have learned. Don;t forget to post your responses like yesterday onto the new discussion feed I have madesmiley.

KS1 - Brazilian Samba Dancing - https://imoves.com/home-learning/1545

KS2 - Bollywood Dancing - (KS1 could also try this if they wanted to!) - https://imoves.com/home-learning/917

Home Olympics - Event 2 - Standing Long Jump!

Afterthe extrememly tiring speed bounce yesterday, you will be glad to know that today's event is not quite as exhausting.

For the standing long jump you will need to:

1) Decide a starting point.

2) Stand with two feet together.

3) Bend your knees and swing your arms back.

4) As you jump forward, swing your arms forward.

5) Measure from the back of your foot. (in metres or centimtres if possible).

6) Keep a record of your best scores for Friday.smiley Challenge other people in your house to see what they can get.

Click the link to see my attempt in the wonderful weather. I am going to keep trying and aim for 2m.

https://youtu.be/4opwVGoQYJY

Some updated scores!

Mr Dean - 1.90m

Mrs Jackson - 1.63m

Mrs Forshaw - 1.28m

Mr Horsley - 2.23m (Mr Dean and his class witnessed and measured!)

Miss Fairhurst - 1.54m

Mr Simpson - ????? Surely his added height would be an advantage?

Mr Walmsley - 2.00m

Miss Altham - 1.63m

Have a great, active day everyone. Keep sending in your pictures and videos.

 

Mr Horsley

Eagles - New Class Blog - 07.07.20

Date: 7th Jul 2020 @ 8:25am

Good morning future Eagles!

Well done to all of you who posted your 'All about me' posters yesterday. I knew quite a bit already about most of you, but there was definitely some new information and a few surprises in there!

Today's task: 

We are in the Eagles class. What can you find out about Eagles? Search on the Internet or look in a book and find out what you can about this wonderful bird. Then present your findings. You could draw a picture of an Eagle, write a paragraph or some sentences about them, brainstorm facts or make a fact file.

One interesting fact about Eagles is that there are over 60 different species of eagle. 

Remember to keep any work you complete, all of our work on Eagles will go on the front door of our classroom :) 

 

 

Health and Fitness week

 

Today's Health and Fitness activity:

Today's activity is Bollywood Dancing, click the link below and follow the moves!

Challenge - can you create your own routine using the moves you have learned?

https://imoves.com/home-learning/917

Please take as many pictures/videos as possible and post your responses to the blog

Day 2 - Sports Day – Home Olympics

Well done to everyone who attempted the speed bounce yesterday – definitely a lot harder than it looks isn’t it? If you didn’t have the chance to try this yesterday then do not worry – you can catch up today.

Today’s event is the standing long jump. Remember to challenge people in your household, try as many times as you like and record your best score – can you beat my score?

Have a great day, 

Mr Simpson 

Kingfishers Home Learning 7th July

Date: 7th Jul 2020 @ 8:22am

Good morning everyone,

I loved getting to know you all yesterday, I was also so impressed to see how many of you submitted wonderful pictures and images of your sporting activity yesterday - I hope you all enjoyed it.

Today's task: 

We are in the Kingfishers class. What can you find out about Kingfishers? Search on the Internet or look in a book and find out what you can about this wonderful bird. Then present your findings. You could draw a picture of a Dove, write a paragraph or some sentences about them, brainstorm facts or make a fact file.

Remember to keep any work you complete, all of our work on Kingfishers will go on the front door of our classroom :) 

Health and Fitness week

It was great to see so many of you engage with the activities yesterday, we tried it in class yesterday had a great day - we spent some time on our actvity bingo and spent a lot of the day challenging ourselves on the Speed Bounce. 

Today's Health and Fitness activity:

Today's activity is Bollywood Dancing, click the link below and follow the moves!

Challenge - can you create your own routine using the moves you have learned?

https://imoves.com/home-learning/917

Please take as many pictures/videos as possible and post your responses to the blog

Day 2 - Sports Day – Home Olympics

Well done to everyone who attempted the speed bounce yesterday – definitely a lot harder than it looks isn’t it? If you didn’t have the chance to try this yesterday then do not worry – you can catch up today.

Today’s event is the standing long jump. Remember to challenge people in your household, try as many times as you like and record your best score – I will post a separate Health and Fitness Week blog soon with an example!

Have a  great, active day, 

Mr Horsley

Puffins New Class Blog - 07.07.20

Date: 6th Jul 2020 @ 10:01pm

Good Morning Puffins,

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Mrs Bevin and I really enjoyed meeting some of you on Zoom yesterday! Thank you so much to all of you for joining in. We’re looking forward to meeting some more of you in the next couple of days. Thank you also to those children who posted on the blog yesterday. It was nice to get to know some of you a little bit better. Did any of you manage to try Mr Horsley's Health and Fitness Week Challenge on the Whole School Blog? 

 

Activity 2: Today we are setting you the challenge of drawing a self-portrait. A self-portrait is when you draw a picture of yourself. Remember to include as much detail as you can. Parents feel free to join in too! You could draw this on paper, paint it, use the computer; be as creative as you like! Look forward to seeing your pictures.

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Miss Southern & Mrs Bevin

Swallows New Class Blog - 7th July

Date: 6th Jul 2020 @ 9:35pm

Good Morning Swallows!!!

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Happy Tuesday Swallows! We hope that you had a good day yesterday and thank you for blogging your work. I very much enjoyed seeing some of your fantastic work and seeing some of your happy, smiling faces yesterday on Zoom! I hope to see the rest of you on Tuesday morning, I cannot wait!

Today’s task:

Are you ready to get ‘arty?’ Today I would like you to draw and colour/paint a self-portrait of yourself. The best way to do this is to either grab yourself a photo to copy or look in the mirror and copy what you see bit by bit.

Try to make your portrait quite big, about A4 size and then take a picture and upload it onto the blog when you have finished. Here is a little ‘inspiration’ to help your ideas…

https://www.bing.com/images/search?view=detailV2&ccid=9pQpVlcr&id=98889D737CE1E1C39C705C339FD608B71785FF67&thid=OIP.9pQpVlcrrJg8P31Wxc6qVQHaKR&mediaurl=http%3a%2f%2f4.bp.blogspot.com%2f-dJB_-8TlPSQ%2fTZGsM6OFvWI%2fAAAAAAAABvc%2fHP2N-UXpsm4%2fs1600%2fIMGP2637.JPG&exph=1600&expw=1153&q=self+potraits+by+kids&simid=608030423961240271&ck=2587C2E115B121351704AB30DBDD9499&selectedIndex=2&ajaxhist=0

Home Sports Day Challenge

Today’s task is the Standing long jump. What is the best score you can achieve? Remember to have a look at Mr Horsley’s blog page when you have a spare moment to support your ideas for this week.

Have a great day children and exercise like a champ!

Mr P 🌈🌈🌈

Owls New Class Blog 07.07.20

Date: 6th Jul 2020 @ 9:21pm

Good morning Owl Class!

I hope you all had a lovely day yesterday. It was lovely to see some of you on the Zoom transition sessions. I'm looking forward to seeing the rest of you today!

Benson and I made the most of the sunny afternoon and went for his first walk in the park. He was a little wary of the traffic nearby but he loved being nosey and seeing all of the other dogs and people who were jogging in the park. We kept having to stop to say hello! He's also trying his best to 'sit' when told to, but as you can see in the photos, he doesn't always listen!

   

 

It was lovely to see some of you post your 'All About Me' work - we even had a photo of one of your dogs (who is very cute!).

      

 

For today's task, we would like you do draw a self portrait and write 5 facts about yourself. Mrs Handley and I have done one as an example:

  

 

I am looking forward to seeing your brilliant artwork! 

Don't forget to have a go at today's challenges on the Health and Fitness blog post!

Have a wonderful day.

 

Miss Whalley

 

 

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