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In the eyes of God, every child matters, every moment of every day

In the eyes of God, every child matters, every moment of every day

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  • Home Learning for the week of 30.03.20

    Published 29/03/20, by Joshua Palmer

    Hi Everyone,

    I hope you are enjoying the different home learning activities that Miss Conlong, Mrs Purser and I have set you. Thank you Frankie, who has sent through some of the work that he has completed. This is something that you don't have to do, but if you would like to show me what you have done then please do, send it via the school office and they will send it on to me to look at.

    This weeks home learning activities for are:

    Please continue to log into Times Table Rockstars, play hit the button and multiflyer.

    Continue to use Power Maths to play maths games to help your learning of maths.
     
    Please log into White Rose Maths, there are lessons linked to our maths curriculum for you to use, each lesson has a video to watch and then an activity for you to complete. This link should take you to the correct page.
     
    Use the spelling frame website to play different games for your spellings. https://spellingframe.co.uk/

    Please continue to read a variety of books, remember, you can read poetry, stories, non fiction, magazines and newspapers.

    Cook or bake a recipe and write the instructions for it so that somebody else could make it. If the recipe is for 4 people, what would it be for 8 people? What about 12 people? Can you convert the grams into kilograms?
     
    Design and draw a birdseye view of a sustainable city, remember back to our research of Vancouver, San Francisco and Singapore, try include some of their ideas into your city.
     
    Make a model of one of the buildings from your sustainable city, use recycling where you can.
     
    I hope you enjoy your week,
    From Miss Fozzard
     
     
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  • 20.3.20

    Published 20/03/20, by Joshua Palmer

    Here are some learning activities tha will keep you busy next week. Look back here next week for more learning.

     

               https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

     

    • Use Rodocodo online to practise your coding skills:

                 https://www.rodocodo.com/

    • We have updated Power Maths so that you can play a variety of games that will recap what you have learnt.

       

    • Read a variety of books, be ready to summarise your favourite to discuss when we come back to school.

       

    • What can we do in Buckden to make us a more sustainable village?

       

    • Watch a Newsround programme and write a report around what interested you.
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  • 13.03.20

    Published 13/03/20, by Joshua Palmer

    On Tuesday, we had a visit to Buckden Library where we looked at the different books and some of us were able to take some home to read.

    We wrote a diary entry in English, we used loads of detailed description including personification, metaphors. Miss Fozzard was really impressed with all of them.

    We have written scripts for a news report, Mrs Heather and Miss Fozzard filmed them.

    We have learnt about fractions: adding, simplifying, improper fractions, mixed numbers, subtracting and multiplying.

    In Global Learning we have researching about San Francisco, Vancouver and Singapore because they are sustainable cities and we have been finding out what they do to be sustainable.

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  • 24.01.20

    Published 24/01/20, by Joshua Palmer

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  • 10.01.2020

    Published 10/01/20, by Joshua Palmer

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  • 19/12/2019

    Published 19/12/19, by Joshua Palmer

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  • 13/12/19

    Published 13/12/19, by Joshua Palmer

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  • 29/11/19

    Published 29/11/19, by Joshua Palmer

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  • 08/11/2019

    Published 08/11/19, by Joshua Palmer

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  • 1/11/2019

    Published 01/11/19, by Joshua Palmer

    In English we have got a new Power of Reading book, which is called the Town by the Sea. In the book there are people that go mining under the sea. We have researched about mining and have learnt the dangers of working in a coal min underground, one being that the mine could collapse and you could get buried alive! We also found out that 15,000 miners are killed every year from accidents which happen when they are working, mining is such a dangerous job but you do get paid a lot of money for it.

    In Mind Up we have learnt about being a mindful person. We mind mapped all the people that are mindful towards us and then we learnt how we could be a mindful person to others.

    In maths we have started unit 3 which is addition and subtraction with over 4 numbers. We are using the column method to do this.

    In Global Learning we have been looking at artefacts these are inventions from the past and we were looking how they have been evolved over the years. The telephone was very interesting, it was much bigger than we expected. There was a big pot that people thought that it was a large soup bowl  but it was actually a chamber pot (a potty to be used at night).

    In PE we have started to learn about hockey, we learnt some dribbling skills.

    In DIALLS we watched a film called Papa's Boy, and our discussions were listened to by Cambridge University and they thought they were fantastic!

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  • 11/10/2019

    Published 11/10/19, by Joshua Palmer
    In Global Learning we have started to make videos about a specific part of the school, because we want to show other people around the world our school. We have been learning about the Send Our Friend to School Campaign and we have watched some video
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  • Friday 4th October 2019

    Published 09/10/19, by Joshua Palmer

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