Welcome to Rio De Janeiro
I hope you're all staying safe during the school closure. It is very odd not seeing you every day and I hope you are working on Maths, English, Science, Topic, RE, PSHE … Along with how to be a good family member and developing new skills every day. (Remember to tidy up your mess, it’s not mums/dads/carers job, it is yours!) We are all in this together!
Here is a range of things to keep you busy at home.
I know you love the World Worst Teacher book by David Walliams so here is a link to his online site.
Bitesize is a fantastic website for you to use it has a wide range of videos and games. Including the Anglo Saxon songs J
Fab science videos too!
Time for some PE with Joe Wicks (Burn off some energy!)
And if you feel like dancing … Just Dance
Maths with Carol Vorderman
Music with Myleene Klass (La La La)
Science with Maddie Moate
I hope you guys are remembering to use the handwriting font!
Watch the animals at Chester Zoo
(For the animal lovers, you know who you are!)
Autumn term has been a busy one, the children have taken part in lots of amazing things, the Gospel Choir, Planetarium, supported Children in Need, learnt CPR and made items to sell at the Christmas Craft Fayre. They have worked extremely hard all term and here are a few photos:
The children loved exploring the carnival, they created there own masks and explored samba music. Can you guess who these smiling faces belong too?
The children have taken part in fitness week including a visit from sports for schools Paralympian Danielle Brown. The children took part in 30 mins daily exercise completing a dance-a-thon, running a mile and a circuit including star jumps, spotty dogs, and push ups!
The children have come back to school and are working hard learning all about the Anglo Saxons. They have been studying the text 'Beowulf' and have enjoyed the stories of the hero saving the day. Liz Million came to school and helped us draw the main characters from the story and even drew us our very own Beowulf.
The children in Rio De Janeiro have been exploring a range of items they may have seen in Anglo Saxon times and have had a go at making their own necklaces from homemade paper beads. The class also experimented dying wool with natural dyes.
Outdoor PE – Monday afternoon
Indoor PE – Wednesday afternoon
Spellings – Monday
English homework in on Monday
Maths homework in on Thursday
Please check back regularly for more updates!