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Monday 13th July 2020
Nearly made it to the end everyone - one full week to go! We hope you’re excited about your new teachers, now you know, and enjoyed receiving your end of year reports.
This is the last full week of term. You will receive a final phone call from your class teacher (Elm it will be Mrs Glasby or Mrs Chappell) to say goodbye. On Friday, you will receive a farewell message via the website from your teacher and we will be asking for your final weekly update email. For the last two days, we will set some fun tasks but will not require an email!
Please sign up to the summer reading challenge, if you haven’t done so already. It is SO important to continue to read over the summer holidays, and this is the perfect way to keep on top of it and read for pleasure!
Reading & AR
AR is accessible from home if you go to: https://ukhosted109.renlearn.co.uk/1894032/
If you have read a book that can be quizzed - quiz! Remember, this does include books being read to you. We don’t expect everyone to continue with Accelerated Reader as normal, but it is there if you wish to use it. The children know their logins, but if you forget, email your class teacher. If they get locked out, email Mrs Glasby! Please include any quizzing in your weekly email to your teacher to let them know.
English: Your own book
Plan out your book– you can use this planner to help you. Remember the features of the book we shared and take another look to jog your memory. Also you can reduce the number of reasons, but not lower than 5!
This book has some exciting features. Use this check list to see if you can find them all.
Make your book! Write up your pages and add your pictures, captions, diagrams.
On Friday, please send a photo of your book to your teacher in your final weekly email update if you can.
Try and make sure all your spellings are correct in your books.
If you hand write your book, use your BEST handwriting!
Fluent in 5
There is one set of questions for you to do every day for 5 days. You can work out the answers yourself with a calculator or check with the inverse operation. Next week’s Fluent in 5 will start with the answers for this week so you can double check your answers then.
Stratton Primary School Calculation policies
Below you will find the calculation policies for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Please refer to them before helping your child, if they need it. It is important that we continue to use the same methods at school and at home so your child does not become confused! Please let us know in your weekly email if anything isn't clear.
Main maths task:
The ‘get the activity’ worksheets and answers are no longer available free on the White Rose website. They are saved below for you to access. Please do not purchase a subscription. We have purchased a school one and will continue to provide the worksheets on our page. They do not have to be printed. The questions can be displayed on the screen and the workings out and answers can be completed in the children’s maths books. Please remember to watch the video first as this is the teaching part.
Be sure to access Week 12 of the Summer Term (w/c 13th July).
Remember, you might not need to print them (see above).
Do you remember our electricity work? Test yourself by taking this quiz!
Final week- dance your hearts out every day!
These activities come from Go-Givers, and this is the second and final of three units, titled, The Value of Trees.
There are two potential activities, and three challenges, for PART TWO and THREE, which look to answer the question – If trees are so important, why are forests being destroyed? The pdfs below will guide you as the adult in how to introduce the activities, and tells you which of the powerpoint slides to use (they are the same pdfs as last week!).
Religious Education – Significant Events in the Life of a Christian – Funerals
Look at the attached PowerPoint to find out about Christian funerals.
French (optional extra)
French: - Holidays and Hobbies
Additional learning resources parents may wish to engage with... (not compulsory, but there if you need them).
Classroom secrets: https://kids.classroomsecrets.co.uk/my-account/
This is a useful website (currently offered free) if you are in need of any extra work. Some teachers are already using it for specific tasks.
Everyone has a login – teachers and pupils. A special number is assigned to each class.
Elm class: Your child’s login will be
Password = 123
Birch class: Your child’s login will be
Password = 123