Hazel: email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org
Day 1 learning for isolating pupils
This work is for the first day of absence. Please ensure this is completed. Learning on subsequent days will be set on Google Classrooms for your child to complete. Your child's class teacher will be in contact about this.
Instructions for how to log in to ‘Google Classroom’:
Go to ‘Google Classroom’ and login.
Every child’s login starts with a number. Your child’s number is 20.
This is followed by their name and first letter of their surname and then everyone has the same end part. For example:
Some pupils do have a slight variation – most of the pupils do know their log ins.
Password: Stratton (capital S)
IMPORTANT - The account we are using is separate from ANY home google accounts. You will need to ‘add an account’ on your home login page and put in your child’s login if you haven’t already done so. They will then see their classroom they belong to (Willow or Hazel)
IMPORTANT – the stream (the first option at the top of the screen) is for education messages only - if a child is posting inappropriate chat on there, they will be muted and not allowed to put anything on there.
NB: You are only allowed to log on to your own account.
Hazel and Willow Weekly Update – Friday 22nd July 2022
Dates for your diary:
Monday 25th July – Forest school – non-school uniform (see message below)
Tuesday 26th July – last day of the school year
Tuesday 6th September – First day of school for Years 1-6
Headlice are still a problem in Year 2. Please check your child’s hair and treat if required. Thank you!
On Monday morning, we will be completing a range of activities in the forest school. On this day, your child can come in wearing non-school uniform suitable for the forest (long trousers, long sleeved tops and old trainers).
English: This week, all of the children have continued with their learning on acrostic poems. Each class has written an acrostic poem for Mrs Simpson which they will perform to her next week. The children have also planned and written their own acrostic poem on a subject of their choice.
Maths: In maths, the children have learnt how to measure liquids in millilitres and litres and temperature in degrees Celsius. They have also completed an assessment on measurement.
Topic: In geography, the children have developed their fieldwork skills by comparing two different sites within the school grounds to make a journey stick. They have also started to learn about orienteering and the skills required (problem solving and collaboration) to successfully complete such an activity. In Science, the children completed their investigation to answer the question – ‘Can you believe our eyes?’. They concluded that your eyes can be tricked by optical illusions so you cannot solely rely on your eyes and scientists need to make accurate observations using measuring equipment.
Reading – We have now collected in all of the children’s reading books before the summer holiday. Please continue to enjoy reading books from home with your child. Continuing to read over the summer will be very beneficial for your child’s reading progress. Remember, you can sign your child up for the Summer Reading Challenge at Bude library, if you have not already done so.
This will be our last update before the summer holidays. Thank you for your continued support this year – we hope you have a lovely summer break!
Mrs Loudwill, Mrs Sayers and Miss Smith