In Science, we have been learning about Forces including magnets. Here are some activities that you can do at home, even if you do not have any magnets available.
PSHE stands for Personal, Social and Health Education. It is an important part of your child's national curriculum learning. In recent weeks, we have been looking at people that others look up to and what makes them inspirational.
In the last week of school, years 2 and 3 were introduced to Duolingo and given their own logins to take home on the final day.
If your child was not in school on the final day and didn't receive their login through a friend or family member, your class teacher will be in touch shortly to provide you with the login details.
All children will have individual usernames, but the passwords are set depending on their class.
Ash - Churchill1
Beech - Churchill2
Redwood - Churchill3
On Thursday and Friday last week, you made your own pot in the style of the pots that were brought over by the Beaker people in the Bronze age. We planned the design of pot that you wanted to do, before making them out of clay.
This week, we would like you to evaluate your Bronze age pot.
Here is a selection of art activities that you will hopefully find fun to do at home.
The children have been using the program Scratch to set up algorithms. Please find the official website link below, where Scratch can be accessed for free. If you click on 'Start Creating' you do not need to register any details.
In computing, we have been learning about algorithms.
An algorithm is a detailed step-by-step set of instructions for solving a problem or completing a task. In computing, programmers write algorithms that instruct the computer how to perform a task.
Why not have a go at completing an algorithm, as well as creating your own one by following the instructions on the PowerPoint below.