Red Class 2019-2020
Home learning for week beginning Monday 13th July
Here are some phonic resources you could use this week (13/07/20) if you are able to print them at home. If not, you could use them as a template to make your own or you can play a game on Phonics Play.
Home learning for week beginning Monday 6th July
Here are some phonic resources you could use this week (06/07/20) if you are able to print them at home. If not, you could use them as a template to make your own or you can play a game on Phonics Play.
Week 6 - Maths/English Sheets
Home learning for week beginning Monday 29th June
Week 5 - Phonics, Maths and English Sheets
Home learning for week beginning Monday 22nd June
Here are some phonic resources you could use this week (22/06/20) if you are able to print them at home. If not, you could use them as a template to make your own or you can play a game on Phonics Play
Home learning for week beginning Monday 15th June
Here are some phonic resources you could use this week (15/06/20) if you are able to print them at home. If not, you could use them as a template to make your own or you can play a game on Phonics Play.
Home learning for week beginning Monday 8th June
Here are some phonic resources you could use this week if you are able to print them at home. If not, you could use them as a template to make your own or you can play a game on Phonics Play.
It would be great to see your home learning (if you are not in school at the moment). Feel free to email: email@example.com
Home learning for week beginning Monday 1st June
Topic Overview- Famous People Summer 2
This is a story by Catherine Rayner. We will be reading and thinking about this story w/b 1st June. If the video does not work the link is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J6dPuRU56nM
Half Term (25th - 29th May)
Next week is half term so there will not be any daily work set. Have fun and enjoy the break.
Below are some ideas if you would like to do some home learning.
Reading - Try to read to an adult as often as you can.
Writing – Can you write a letter or postcard to someone you haven't seen for a long time?
Maths – Can you count forwards and backwards to/from 100? Can you count in steps of 2, 5 and 10?
New Forest School Sports Partnership - If you complete any of the daily challenges, please send me your scores. We have had two Key Stage 1 winners from our school so far!
Focus author – Summer 2
This half term we will be exploring books by Catherine Rayner.
When Baby Lost Bunny
This is a story by Julia Jarman. We will be exploring this story w/b 18th May. You can access the story here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AE31wVzgwuY
Superb winding mechanisms!
Florence Nightingale - 200th Anniversary
Today marks 200 years since Florence Nightingale was born. Hampshire Music Service have put together this commemorative video to mark the occasion. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vHZdt9I4HGQ
Happy Birthday Captain Tom
Hampshire Music Service have put together a musical Happy Birthday message for Captain Tom Moore. The video is a virtual performance of Happy Birthday and For He's a Jolly Good Fellow.
The link to the video is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTvoORpbOpo&feature=youtu.be
Read for 15 minutes.
* own book
* school book (colour book band or library)
* online books
* book band books – some of our colour book band books are available for you to read. You can access these through the school website. Children – home learning – books – choose your colour.
Focus Author for Summer 1 - Julia Jarman
We will be reading and exploring books by Julia Jarman this half term.
You are able to read eBooks on:
School Library Service virtual library (https://manorinfant-hantssls.eplatform.co/)
Super home learning today Red Class! (30th March)
Phase 3 sounds
Phase 5 sounds
Great work today! It is lovely to hear from so many of you. (27th March)
Have you seen a butterfly?
Field Trip to the Moon story
Wow! Everyone's been very busy today. Thank you for sharing your home learning. (26th March)
Great home learning today everyone! (25th March)
Time for a story?
David Walliams is reading one of his World's Worst Children stories online at 11am (for 20 minutes). https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com
Continue to workout with Joe Wicks at 9am.
Dance along to your favourite songs! If you usually attend Dance club with Chantelle this is a virtual class. Choose a song and dance along!
What has Colin found?
I am very impressed with your stable structures for design and technology. Well done everyone!
Fantastic home learning! Well done! (24th March)
Amazing home learning! Well done everyone!
Science experiment - How much water does a plant need?
After exploring the concept cartoon and thinking about what a plant needs, we discussed how much water was the "right" amount. On Thursday 19th March we set up an experiment to see if there is a difference between how much water a plant receives to how well it grows. We are going to change the amount of water we give each plant from now on to see what happens.
Planting Wildflower Seeds
On Thursday 19th March we went to the Wild Area again. We thought about what a plant needs to grow and planted some more Wildflower seeds.
Science - our plant (week 4)
Our plant is growing more and more each day! (19/03/20)
Free phonics online games
In school we often use a website called Phonics Play to support children when learning their phonic sounds and tricky words.
They are currently offering free resources to everyone. If you would like to access this fantastic website then please visit www.phonicsplay.co.uk. The username is: march20 and the password is: home.
Hampshire picture book award results
The winner has been announced and it is:
What do you do if your House is a Zoo? Written by John Kelly and illustrated by Steph Laberis
This book was also the most popular in Red Class!
Welcome to the Red Class learning page. Here you will find information about home learning.
From Wednesday 18th March 2020 there will be daily activities on this page for the children.
Packs of work will be available to collect from school every two weeks. This will start on Monday 23rd March.
For children at school (emergency childcare) please make sure packs are in book bags as we will complete the tasks at school.
It would be great to see some of the work children have completed. Please feel free to email me any photographs of their achievements - firstname.lastname@example.org
On Tuesday 17th March we learned more about the importance of washing our hands. We did an experiment that you can try at home. The pepper was microbes which stay on our hands if we don’t wash them with soap.
The website for other activities regarding washing hands is as follows:
Weaving a rug sample
We had a lovely time creating our rug samples on Tuesday 17th March. There were lots of different ribbon/wool for us to choose from!
Our seeds are growing more and more each day! We are enjoying watching them develop into a plant.
Design and Technology
On Monday 16th March we went outside to investigate the equipment in our play trail. We explored the different materials the equipment is made from and how the structure is supported/fixed to the ground. We then 'tested' the equipment to check they are stable structures!
We had lots of fun raising money for Sports Relief today! (13/03/20) We did a sponsored run around the field and kept going even when it was difficult!
Does it matter which way you plant a seed? (week 2)
Today (12/03/20) we looked at our seed experiment and saw 9 shoots. 8 were from seeds which were planted 'the right way up' but 1 was from a seed that was planted 'upside down'. We discussed how this happened and are looking forward to seeing more of our seeds begin to grow.