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Home Learning Blog 12 Week Commencing 29th June 2020 

Hello everyone,
I hope you are all keeping well and enjoyed the active challenges set last week. Well done to all of those children who took part in the Cornwall Virtual School Games. My favourite was the volleyball challenge. Over the past week, it has been lovely to have contact with most of you. I especially enjoyed seeing the fantastic artwork that has been completed and having a glimpse at current work in progress.


Home Learning this week

Please remember that when it comes to ‘home learning’ we would like you to do as little or as much of this as you can - there is absolutely no pressure. Feel free to continue using any of the websites and documents I have previously uploaded. The documents are for those that want it with no pressure or expectations.

Maths-
we will be continuing to follow the White Rose Maths online lessons, which you can find by clicking the following link: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/ . I have uploaded the associated worksheets that coincide with a lesson PowerPoint (which can be found following the link).

Click on your year group and then Summer Term – (year 6 will be focusing on Week 5 w/c 18th May and year 5 will be focusing on week 4 w/c 11th May); you will see there is one ‘lesson’ for each day. The PowerPoint shows and explains what to do. The worksheets are in the uploads on this blog and should match the PowerPoint you have watched. Some might be able to complete the worksheet without following the PowerPoint.  

**BBC Bitesize has a selection of daily lessons (different subjects) and the maths videos link directly with the White Rose Maths so you may want to check them out as an alternative. Here is the link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons Select your year group and scroll down to select your lesson.

English- this week we will be having a poetry and rhyming focus. I would like you to plan and write a rhyming poem about moving to the next school year. I hope to create something with parts of the children’s poems so if you do write a poem, I would love you to send me a picture of it or type it in an email to me. Even sending me a verse would be fantastic.


Topic- this week, our ‘Journey’ topic will focus on the journey into the next school year. It will look at celebrating our memories and sharing our worries and excitements.

PSHE- this week our focus will be on acknowledging differences. This discussion work touches on topics that may open up to wider conversations about people and their beliefs.

Spelling- this week our spelling work will focus on rhyming words and their meanings.

Reading Comprehension- this week there are 2 reading comprehension activities. The first is a prediction and inference task, using a picture called, ‘Drop Off”. The second is a ‘New Beginnings’ rhyming poem task.


It would be great if you could read each day; maybe you have a pet you could read to, a family member or maybe you could find a cosy spot and read to yourself. You could read books, magazines, newspapers, eBooks, brochures or recipes. This week I read about lighting and rewired a new light into my bathroom!

Please keep in touch. Remember I am here to help you in any way I can.

Here is my email address: sporter@pelyntprimary.co.uk

Keep being awesome!

Ms Porter


 


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Home Learning Blog 11 Week Commencing 22nd June 2020 

Hi everyone,


I hope you are all keeping well. I had one lovely bubble sent to me this week; I’ve put it in the photo collage to give others an idea- I would love to receive a few more over the next few days : )


This week all classes are having a sports focus. Our reading comprehension tasks will be based on different sport personalities and there will be challenges set by our sports partner Arena. I have uploaded an A-Z challenge to see if any of our class can name a sport for every letter of the alphabet!! If you manage to get over 10 sports please send me a photograph of your challenge! See below for more information regarding the virtual games.


**Cornwall Virtual School Games**

Sadly, the tradition of a summer sports day can’t take place this year, however we do have a wonderful opportunity for you all to take part in an exciting sports week! You can complete different challenges to earn points for yourself and the school. We also thought it would be a great idea to turn the points you add into house points so we can have an end of term house winner! Check out Miss Edwards’ blog on the home page where you will find more information and the pdf activity cards which are very useful as they explain the challenges. I have also uploaded a couple of documents below. Here is a web address you can visit to watch a video on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTCzGbKj1BM&feature=youtu.be Good luck to you all!



Home Learning this week
Please do not feel like you need to print out everything that has been uploaded to the blog. Lots of the sheets can be viewed online and then the answers or tasks can be completed on a piece of paper or in your home learning books. Also please remember that when it comes to ‘home learning’ we would like you to do as little or as much of this as you can - there is absolutely no pressure. Feel free to continue using any of the websites and documents I have previously uploaded. The documents are for those that want it with no pressure or expectations.

Maths- we will be continuing to follow the White Rose Maths online lessons, which you can find by clicking the following link: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/ . Any feedback regarding this new format, whether it is tricky to follow or whether you are enjoying it would be greatly received.

I have uploaded the associated worksheets that coincide with a lesson PowerPoint (which can be found following the link). Click on your year group and then Summer Term – (year 6 will be focusing on Week 4 w/c 11th May and year 5 will be focusing on week 2 w/c 27th April); you will see there is one ‘lesson’ for each day. The PowerPoint shows and explains what to do. The worksheets are in the uploads on this blog and should match the PowerPoint you have watched. Some children might be able to complete the worksheet without following the PowerPoint. The year 6 learning is continuing on fractions and the year 5 learning is continuing to focus on decimals. If year 6 children do not yet feel confident on decimal numbers yet, they could even follow the year 5 worksheets.


English-
this week we will be making comparisons. We will use our research from last week, about Mexico to make comparisons between Mexico and England.  The comparisons PDF I have uploaded can be competed throughout the week. I have also uploaded a design a ‘Sports Day Mascot!’ I’m really interested to see what you come up with! Be creative! My attempt is… Perky the Pelynt Pantha! Maybe you want to combine animals to create your own new mascot. Try to think of a name too!


Topic-
we continue our learning about Mexico for our, ‘Journeys’ topic. What can you find out about Mexico? In school, we will be focusing on traditional clothing and making comparisons between England and Mexico.

Spelling-
we will continue our learning about homophones and other words that get confused. For example, wear, where, we’re and were along with your and you’re and their, there and they're. It is really important that the children know the difference between these words.  

Reading Comprehension-
Sports focused– choose your own challenge level, ranging from 1 star to 3 stars. Read the text and then record your answers to the questions on a piece of paper or in your home learning book.

It would be great if you could read each day; maybe you have a pet you could read to, a family member or maybe you could find a cosy spot and read to yourself. You could read books, magazines, newspapers, eBooks, brochures or recipes. I’m still reading a book about training puppies, along with reading the weekly Cornish Times (last week I even spotted my name) and I’m also reading up and researching how to fit bathroom tiles!

I hope to hear from you all soon… you could send me an email or even write to my puppy and she’ll send you a picture back!

Remember I am here to help you in any way I can.

Here is my email address: sporter@pelyntprimary.co.uk


Adios, amigos.


Ms P



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Home Learning Blog 10 Week Commencing 15th June 2020  

Hi to you all,


Another week has passed us; I would love this week, to try and connect with as many of our class as possible. I am going to set you a challenge to try to send me a picture of a bubble! This could be one that you have drawn or a template off the internet. Opposite are the bubbles attempted at school; some children have put things they enjoy and make them happy, along with their names inside the bubble. In my bubble, I put my 2 cats, 2 dogs and fish. I also put a football, a cup of tea along with the sun, the sea and my family.



Home Learning this week


Please remember that when it comes to ‘home learning’ we would like you to do as little or as much of this as you can - there is absolutely no pressure. Feel free to continue using any of the websites and documents I have previously uploaded. The documents are for those that want it with no pressure or expectations.


Maths- we will be starting to follow the White Rose Maths online lessons, which you can find by clicking the following link: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/ . I have uploaded the associated worksheets that coincide with a lesson PowerPoint (which can be found flowing the link). Click on your year group and then Summer Term – (year 6 will be focusing on Week 3 w/c 4th May and year 5 will be focusing on week 1 w/c 20th April); you will see there is one ‘lesson’ for each day. The PowerPoint shows and explains what to do. The worksheets are in the uploads on this blog and should match the PowerPoint you have watched. Some might be able to complete the worksheet without following the PowerPoint. The year 6 learning is based on fractions and the year 5 learning is based on decimals. If year 6 children do not yet feel confident on decimal numbers, they could follow the year 5 worksheets.

English and Reading- we will be building on our scanning and skimming skills from last week, focusing on researching to create a fact sheet about Mexico. The reading comprehension sheets are also based on aspects of Mexico.

Topic- for our ‘Journeys’ topic, we will be looking at different countries over the next few weeks. The first country that we will be focusing on is Mexico. There is a topic suggestion page on what to research about the country and our English and Reading work will also be focused on Mexico this week.  

Spelling- we will be continuing our learning about homophones. See attached the homophone worksheet upload. There are 5 pages in this one upload; you could also draw different homophones or you could make a little story trying to use as many homophones as possible.

PSHE- draw a bubble with items which interest you and make you happy inside. Try to send it to Ms P : )

*It’s Father’s Day on Sunday 21st June – we would usually make cards in school, like we did for Mother’s Day, but as we are not together, maybe you could make one at home for your Dad or somebody else to say thank you and show them how much you appreciate them.

Remember to try to read each day and also continue to practise your times tables (using TT Rockstars along with other methods). Try to keep challenging yourself with spelling work and if you can, please practise your handwriting.

As always, I am here to help and support you, just send me an email and I will get back to you.

Here is my email address: sporter@pelyntprimary.co.uk






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Home Learning Blog 9 Week Commencing 8th June 2020 

Hello everyone,

I do hope you’ve had a good first week after half term. We welcomed some year six children back to school last week; they have settled into the new routine brilliantly; I had a lovely week at school and believed they did too!

At school we too are following the blog learning format- we turned our co-ordinates learning into planning and making a football golf course on the field. I would love to hear what others have been doing with their blog learning.


Please remember to stay safe when using the internet; we have been given the next free home learning resources from CEOP, which have the theme of sharing images. You can find the packs here: https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Support-tools/home-activity-worksheets/8-10s/ or https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Support-tools/home-activity-worksheets/5-7s/ (grouped into ages 8-10 or 5-7)

Home Learning this week

Please remember that when it comes to ‘home learning’ we would like you to do as little or as much of this as you can - there is absolutely no pressure. Feel free to continue using any of the websites and documents I have previously uploaded. The documents are for those that want it with no pressure or expectations.

Because it is, ‘World Ocean Day’ on Monday we will be having an ocean theme this week. There are many journeys happening in, on and over the sea so it links well with our half term topic, ‘Journeys’. This will also provide us with an opportunity to look at beach, water and sun safety. On Monday, there is also a whole day of learning provided on this website based around the ocean, https://worldoceanday.school/ for if you are interested.

English- our English work this week is linked closely with our reading suggestions so in the English 08/06/2020 you will see the suggestions for English and reading laid out over 5 days.  

Maths- we will continue to learn about co-ordinates. Looking at translating and reflecting the co-ordinates. See Maths 08/06/2020 for more information.

Topic- I have put some World Ocean learning suggestions in the English 08/06/2020 upload.    

Spelling-  I have uploaded a sheet on homophones. Any extra work on homophones like the their, there and they're confusion would be great to focus on this week!



Remember to try to read each day and also continue to practise your times tables (using TT Rockstars along with other methods). Try to keep challenging yourself with spelling work and if you can, please practise your handwriting.


As always, I am here to help and support you, just send me an email and I will get back to you. Here is my email address: sporter@pelyntprimary.co.uk

Mrs McLaren and I hope you're all keeping well. Please do keep us updated on how you're all doing.
Take care,
Ms P


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Home Learning Blog 8 Week Commencing 1st June 2020  

Hello everyone!
Welcome back to our new half term and for many of you, your last at Pelynt Academy : (  I hope everyone enjoyed the sun as much as I did. I had a great week. I completed my 100k in May challenge! Well, just, I have just come back from a 10k run! Nothing like leaving it to the last few minutes!
I can’t believe it is the beginning of Summer term 2. We open our classroom doors to year 6 children this week. Those who are coming in, we can’t wait to see you. Those who are continuing to work from home, and year 5 children, we would love you to send pictures in so we can share them in class and on to the class blog so we continue to feel like a class. As we are not all back together, I will be continuing our blog learning each week until further notice.

This week's blog learning:

Maths- we will be learning about co-ordinates. It has been a little while since you have learnt about co-ordinates so you may need to do some research on the internet to jog your memories. The suggested work and helpful links that I have provided are in the document, ‘Maths 01_06_2020’.
English- we will be focusing our English on an outdoor activity called a micro journey. We will be using our understanding about descriptive language and also learning about prepositions this week. See word document, ‘English 01_06_2020’ for more information.

Reading- I have uploaded two reading comprehension tasks. Both are focused around the poem, My Longest Journey.
Topic- we are starting a new topic called, ‘Journeys’. This topic could take us on many different paths over the 8 week term. The first path I have suggested is a micro-journey and is linked to our English learning (and maths number 5). Use the ‘Micro Journey’ PDF to create a micro journey in the perspective of an ant or small insect.


Spelling- combine art and spelling by creating a spelling journey. Using a piece of paper, draw a line that twirls and squiggles, making sure it has a clear start and finish. 


Then using your year 5/6 ARE words (which I have uploaded) and other words that fit the spelling rules that we have been learning in class, select words that could be linked to a journey. For example environment, accommodate, temperate. Use these words and write them along your pencil journey. You could add in other pictures along your spelling journey. Maybe houses, woodland, etc. which you could draw using your spelling words.

*Feel free to continue to use any of the websites and documents I have previously uploaded, these can be found on previous blog entries by scrolling down.

I am still waiting on a few year 6 children’s hoodie sizes- thank you to those who I have received. I will try to ring around if I haven’t heard from you, regarding the hoodies, in the next few days.

Remember to try to read each day and also continue to practise your times tables (using TT Rockstars along with other methods). Try to keep challenging yourself with spelling work and if you can, please practise your handwriting.
As always, I am here to help you if you would like some support, guidance or additional challenge!

Here is my email address: sporter@pelyntprimary.co.uk
I look forward to seeing and/or hearing from you soon.


Take care


Ms P



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Happy Half Term! 

Hey Class 4! We made it to half term!! Guess what…Mrs McLaren and I, have been hard at work tidying our cupboard (following social distancing rules)! You will not believe the transformation! It’s only taken a pandemic to sort it out!


It is hard to believe that we have come to the end of this half term already and it has certainly been a memorable one!


I am very proud of the way you have adjusted to home learning, whether you have used the suggestions on our blog, or completed activities with your families. Well done!


There will be no home learning from me this week, so that you can all have a half term break. The next set of learning activities will be set on the week beginning Monday 1st June.

In the meantime, please keep checking your emails - this is how we shall communicate information letters to you during these times of change. We have been writing your annual reports, so you will need to look out for those via email too. Could year 6 children remember I need hoodie sizes in please!

 

Have a good half term, spending time together; the photographs are of my fur babies, who I will be spending a lot of time with over half term : ) Drogon had another knee surgery, which I think I will be following suit with, if I run the amount needed to achieve my 100k in May challenge! The other photographs are from our class and evidence of the new, tidy cupboard!!


Wishing you all a safe and fun time.


Ms P x



 


Home Learning Blog 7 Week Commencing 18th May 2020  

Hi everyone! I hope you are all keeping safe and well. This week is the last week before half term. Next week I will therefore not be uploading any work suggestions! If I usually print off the blog content for you, there won’t be any next week :) Please take the time to have lots of fun and enjoy yourselves! I am hoping the weather will be kind to us!  

This week I haven’t heard from as many of you! Don’t forget to keep me posted on how you’re getting on! Family walks, garden chilling anything! I like to know you’re all keeping safe and you are all well. This week our class have been ‘scootering’ a lot, cooking stew for their whole family, gardening, home hair cuts, having family bbqs with toasted marshmallows and doing some sewing. I was even treated to a video tour of lots of plants starting to sprout.  


Don’t forget also, if you are a year 6, I need your hoodie size requests in the next couple of weeks (see previous blog post).


The family, who set themselves the May challenge, was the…..? I hope they are doing well with their challenge! I haven’t quite kept up with my running motivation! I am currently behind schedule, having only run 40k in total in May. Some big runs are going to have to take place in the next two weeks for me to achieve the 100k May! I think my running has taken a back seat recently, now that my puppy, Maple, is getting more adventurous! Wish me luck!


Mrs McLaren says, ‘Hi everyone, I’m missing you all and hope you’re all safe and well. I have been busy helping Tom sand and paint his boat and have been busy in the garden with lots of jobs. I look forward to seeing you soon.”


Home learning this week

Please remember that when it comes to ‘home learning’ we would like you to do as little or as much of this as you can- there is absolutely no pressure. Feel free to continue using any of the websites and documents I have previously uploaded. The documents are for those that want it with no pressure or expectations.

Maths- we are focusing on knowing properties of 2d and 3d shapes. See Word document, ‘Maths 18.05.2020’

English- we are focusing on planning and writing a story. This is an independent challenge, where I want you to use your understandings of stories and how they are structured to write your own. I have put details in the Word document, ‘English 18.05.2020’

Reading- I have uploaded two reading comprehension tasks. They both have different difficulties levels so please don’t print the whole document! Remember 3 stars is the most challenging. 

Spelling- I have uploaded an activity sheet based on year 5/6 expectation words.

Topic- continue with ‘Insects and Plants’ theme. I am really interested to know what you have learnt in this topic. Any photos for the next blog would be lovely please!! 

PSHE- because it half term next week and I am not setting you any work, I have attached a, ‘Happiness’ worksheet for those of you who like to keep busy. It is basically just a photo frame, which you can draw write or place things in that make you happy! Remembering how to stay happy is important especially at the moment. There is a, ‘Happiness looks like’, ‘Happiness feels like’ and ‘Happiness sounds like’ photo frame but you could combine these all into one photo frame.   


Try to read each day and also continue to practise your times tables (using TT Rockstars along with other methods). Try to keep challenging yourself with spelling work and if you can, please practise your handwriting.

Don’t forget…..

*Arena, our sports partner have set up a PE and Outdoor learning channel. It is free to subscribe to and they update the channel on a weekly basis which includes PE daily challenges and Wild Tribe Outdoor learning. All age groups are catered for… please subscribe and take a look: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCStjKlMICO-Em7zMJoHR3A

*Check out Miss Edwards blog on the home page of the website for a weekly challenge!

*Send me any photos/ emails to tell me what you have been up to. As always, I am here to help you if you would like some support, guidance or additional challenge! Here is my email address: sporter@pelyntprimary.co.uk

Keep smiling and being happy!

Ms P


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Year 6 Hoodies 

Year 6 Leavers Hoodies
Never fear! Even though we are not currently in school, the lovely FOPS have informed me that they would still love to treat the year 6 children to a leavers hoodie! I think this is a brilliant tradition providing the children with a long lasting keepsake from their time at Pelynt Academy and one we are very thankful to the FOPS for providing : )


If you could please email me by Friday 1st June 2020 with the size choice and whether that is in child or adult size that would be lovely. When emailing please can you also confirm you are happy for your child’s name to feature on the hoodie.



Many thanks,
Ms Porter  






 


Home Learning Blog 6 Week Commencing 11th May 2020 


Hello everyone!

We are somehow at the start of another week! I hope some of you managed your 100 of something challenge I set last week! I have heard about some of these! Mine is going…. Okay! Painful and achy if I am honest! I am on 31k so ahead of my schedule but I am sure as my muscles tire, my distances will dwindle!


A special mention to the family who are smashing this challenge and have committed to walking 100miles in May as a family, along with family member personal goals, including, 100 skips, 100 rugby passes and 100 press-ups each day! Fabulous effort! I am not going to say which family as I would like you to guess by their team ‘hands in’ photo in the top left of our photo collage!


I hope you are all well and I hope you enjoyed celebrating VE Day on Friday, even though it may not have been in the way you would have originally planned.

Lots of photos this week! Thank you everyone! It is so nice to see smiley faces! I do miss these! I’ve heard or seen pictures of such a variety of activities! It is so great that everyone is finding their feet and taking their day in different directions! From house maintenance, building things, cooking, baking to nature walks, scooter rides, rocket building, and monopoly playing! The list goes on! It is also so nice to see lots of examples of the work that you have been doing. Poem writing, mind mapping, reading, character descriptions, internet math games, time calculations, fraction work- the list almost endless!


A special shout out this week to the year 6 children. Today would have been the start of their SATs week, which they had worked so hard for. Remember that we are all so proud of each and every one of you (year 5 too) for the progress you have made over the recent years. Progress not only academically but socially, emotionally and just generally. You, Class 4, are all awesome and you need to remember that!  : ) You also need to remember that your adults at Pelynt Academy are all very proud of you and miss you lots! Over the next few days there will be a special Year 6 Hoody blog post so make sure you look back again! It will definitely be up by Wednesday : )


Home learning this week

Please remember that when it comes to ‘home learning’ we would like you to do as little or as much of this as you can- there is absolutely no pressure. Feel free to continue using any of the websites and documents I have previously uploaded. The documents are for those that want it with no pressure or expectations.

Maths
- angles continuation as well as subtraction and arithmetic focus. See Maths 11/05/2020 Word document and help sheet about angles for more information 

English
- plan, write and edit a setting description. Also a grammar focus of subordinate clauses. See English 11/05/2020 for more information - I have included a 'help sheet' which gives examples of subordinate conjunctions

Topic
-new topic focus is on ‘Insects and Plants’. See new topic 'Home Learning Topic 3' page. This topic links so well with the science curriculum. There are so many links, including, investigating, classifying, life cycles, adaptations, reproduction and habitats to name just a few.

Reading- I have uploaded two reading comprehension tasks along with the reading challenge in the Word document ‘1.read setting description extract’s as part of the English tasks.


Spelling- please keep trying to vary the way you are practising and learning your spellings. See attached document ‘word search’ for a  y5/6 ‘tricky ending’ word search.

Try to read each day and also continue to practise your times tables (using TT Rockstars along with other methods). Try to keep challenging yourself with spelling work and if you can, please practise your handwriting.

Don’t forget…..

*Arena, our sports partner have set up a PE and Outdoor learning channel. It is free to subscribe to and they update the channel on a weekly basis which includes PE daily challenges and Wild Tribe Outdoor learning. All age groups are catered for… please subscribe and take a look: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCStjKlMICO-Em7zMJoHR3A

*Check out Miss Edwards blog on the home page of the website for a weekly challenge!

*Send me any photos/ emails to tell me what you have been up to. As always, I am here to help you if you would like some support, guidance or additional challenge! Here is my email address: sporter@pelyntprimary.co.uk

Keep being awesome!


Ms P




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Home Learning Blog 5 Week Commencing 4th May 2020 


Hello again everyone, May the 4th be with you!!!

It was so nice to hear from you over the week and to find out what you have been up to. I hope you are all still keeping well and enjoying the extra time with your families. I especially enjoyed reading the poems and other interesting topic work you have completed.


At the end of this week, it is the 75th VE Day. Because of this and to honour WW2 veteran, Captain Tom Moore, who has raised over 30 million pound for the NHS, we are going to have a special 1-week topic. The topic will be based on VE Day and heroes. Please see the uploaded ‘Home Learning Topic 2 VE Day’ Word document for more details.


I would also like to set you another challenge because of the special week! I would love you to attempt 100 of something! For example, you might do 100 star jumps, 100 sit ups, bake 100 cakes, walk up your stairs 100 times, read 100 pages of your book or even write a 100 word story. Just like Captain Tom Moore walked his garden 100 times before his 100th birthday! There are so many different things you could do- big or small! I personally am attempting to run 100k in May (which is going to be a massive challenge as I am not much of a runner). I’ll keep you posted on my progress.


Home learning this week
Maths- calculating missing angles on a straight line, around a point and in triangles (see Maths Word document). I have included links to interactive maths games on the document too.

English- plan and write 2 character descriptions. One hero and one villain (see English Word document). I have included a choice of 3 guided reading challenges. Two based on Captain Tom Moore (one fact sheet and one based on 'You'll Neve Walk Alone') and/or a VE Day PowerPoint with questions at the end. 

Topic- 1-week VE day and heroes topic (see Home Learning Topic Word document).

Remember to keep reading, and practising your spellings and math facts as much as possible.

If you fancy an alternative to Joe Wicks, Arena, our sports partner have set up a PE and Outdoor learning channel. It is free to subscribe to and they update the channel on a weekly basis, which includes PE daily challenges and Wild Tribe Outdoor learning. All age groups are catered for… please subscribe and take a look:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCStjKlMICO-Em7zMJoHR3A

I hope you all keep safe and well and I look forward to seeing any pictures or emails that you send me. Some of your pictures will make it on to the blog! Don’t forget, if you need any help or support with anything, I am at the end of an email so please ask.

Here is my email address: sporter@pelyntprimary.co.uk





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