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Welcome to Mr William's Class

Mrs Westlake, Mr Williams & Mrs Danilova

Hello everyone!

It is such a shame we can't spend this time together in class after so long apart but finger crossed it isn't for long! I will be speaking to your adults at home regularly so I can hear about your days at have a look at your work. From what I can see so far, you are all working really hard, Well done!

 

If you click the star below this message you will be able to access the home learning which I will be updating every week. Remember to keep me posted with lots of pictures of your work.

 

Just incase adults have lost my email address it is - 
liam.williams@fortuna.lincs.sch.uk

I hope you're all behaving and helping out around the house as much as you can, just like you all do for me in school.

See you all soon,

Mr. Williams.

Story time with Mrs. Westlake

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Mrs Westlake has picked one of her favorite stories to read for you all at home! Enjoy!

At the beginning of each week learning will be set by teachers for pupils to complete if they have to work from home. 

 

You will find the home learning plan tailored to your child’s stage and some useful links to activities, resources and websites when you click on the star above. Your child’s class teacher will ensure that any additional resources will be sent to you as soon as possible in the event that your child has to stay at home. 

 

Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you or your child need extra support and/or additional work/resources.

It's amazing that some of you have emailed me over your work! Have a look below at the great work that has been completed at home!

Mr William's class 

 

 

A big welcome back to Mr William's class for our Autumn term. 

This term we are looking at Anglo-Saxon times. We are finding out about how people lived and the jobs that they would have done. We are also finding out about where they came from and where they settled. We have made shields that would have been made from wood and we decorated them in Anglo-Saxon styles. You can see our fabulous designs below. We are now designing our very own Anglo-Saxon broaches, which we will be re-creating in clay an decorating them using paints and gems. 

 

 

 

Literacy 

We have been busy planning and writing our own comics, based on the story of King Arthurs Sword and The Stone.

We have also written our own story based on the Anglo-Saxon Boy, it was a great book which we all enjoyed!

Finally we have written our own non-chronological report on the jobs that were available to the Anglo-Saxons.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Numeracy

 

We have a busy term in maths, looking at shapes and their different properties as well as measuring in different ways! We are always trying to improve our times tables practice so feel free to practice at home.

 

https://pages.sumdog.com/ (your child already has an account on here, Mr Williams will be setting weekly challenges) 

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button (great for times table practice amongst other things, the children love this game as we often play it in class when we have a spare 5 minutes). 

 

PE

Our P.E. day is Wednesday. Please remember your kit. 

We will be looking at non- contact athletic sports and following the rules to keep us all safe. 

 

 

 

 

Other Activities 

We have worked hard on Geography, looking at the U.K! We have explored our surrounding oceans, our main cities and improved our atlas work.

In R.E. we have been answering the question, who is Jesus? I'm sure you can tell the adults yourself!

 

Our science focus this term has been light. We are all experts on explaining natural light sources and describing how light reflects!

   

 

 

Great curriculum links below – clip or tap on the image

     

 

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