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Home learning resources from Week 3 (week beginning 20th April), by Miss Yates

Date: 26th Apr 2020 @ 12:55pm

 

Down Behind the Dustbin - a poem written by Year 3, by Miss Yates

Date: 26th Apr 2020 @ 12:16pm

Down Behind the Dustbin

A poem written by Year 3 and inspired by Michael Rosen

By Sam

By Maya

By Harry L

By Jayden

By Emily

By Elliott

By Cai

By Danny

By Nye

By Erin

By Alice

By Oliver

By Max

Year 4's Fantastic Home Learning - Summer Week 1, by Mrs Hover

Date: 21st Apr 2020 @ 6:58pm

Michael has been busy over the Easter holiday creating some superb Minecraft Ancient Temples!

Alice has shared her Science and Handwriting from this week's home learning. She has also set up a restaurant in the garden with her brother, creating a menu and serving her parents delicious treats!

Luke has sent in his handwritten version of 'The Garden Year' and some lovely drawings of different plants.

Ava has enjoyed dissecting a daffodil and creating window art to thank the NHS and cheer up people walking past.

Well done Alfie for your accurate sketches of flowers for Science and to Heather for her daffodil pictures.

Thank you to Heather, Alice and Connor for their beautiful first six verses of their poems.

 

 

 

Year 3's fantastic home learning! Week 3, by Miss Yates

Date: 20th Apr 2020 @ 9:09pm

Maya has worked very hard today making a fantastic musical instrument from recycled objects and writing her poem out in beautiful handwriting.

Sam has produced some excellent work today too. His handwriting for his poem is very neat. Look at his creative Science work - he used his magnet action figure to check if other objects were magnetic.

Here is Alice's excellent work so far for this week. Have a look at her brilliant 'I'm bored' jar! Those activities will keep her very entertained :)

Jack W has been working hard this week and over the holidays. He made a lovely card to thank important workers and made a cartoon to show the fight against the virus.

Reuben has been very busy working on his fantastic English, helping his Dad to plant vegetables and even burying a time capsule!

Sam has made this FANTASTIC drawing of his family in the style of the 'Wimpy Kid' illustrations. 

Jayden has been working really hard on his English this week. Look at his beautiful joined handwriting and fantastic illustrations :)

Danny has been very busy this week :) I love his poetry work and fantastic illustrations!

Alice has been very busy making a musical instrument out of recycled things. She also worked on some very tricky Maths with her Mum!

I love Alice's History work here. She asked some brilliant questions to find out more about what life was like for her Grandfather when he was her age.

 

Home learning resources from Week 2 (week beginning 30th March), by Miss Yates

Date: 19th Apr 2020 @ 2:14pm

Home Learning Pictures and Clips, by Miss Young

Date: 19th Apr 2020 @ 12:02pm

Enjoy browsing what your peers have been doing whilst learning from home.

 

You can share any images or clips via the scrapbook section on school spider, or emailing them over to grace.young@oldfield.cheshire.sch.uk

Year 4 - Easter Holiday Pictures!, by Mrs Hover

Date: 11th Apr 2020 @ 6:35pm

Year 4 - Home Learning Spring Week 2 (updated), by Mrs Hover

Date: 3rd Apr 2020 @ 6:03pm

Enjoy looking at all of the activities Niamh has been up to over the last two weeks and well done to Sophie for her super personal project on Space and to Alice for her imaginative account of the Trojan War! Learn all about Lego from Luke's research and enjoy his funny cartoon drawing using the weblink. Check out David and Lili's brilliant personal projects in 'Files to Download'. Can you guess what they chose? smiley

Year 4 - Chromatography experiments!, by Mrs Hover

Date: 1st Apr 2020 @ 8:20pm

We love the photos of the Science experiment going on in these two households and thankfully, it has been reported that it wasn't as messy as parents predicted! smiley

Year 3's riddles. Can you guess the animals?, by Miss Yates

Date: 1st Apr 2020 @ 1:42pm

Thank you for your fantastic riddles, Year 3. Can you guess which animal each poem is about?

Here is Cai's:

Here is Casper's:

Here is Christian's:

Here is Elliott's:

Here is Jack W's

Here is Alice's:

Here is Jayden's:

Here is Nye's:

Home Learning in Year 1 (Weeks 1 and 2), by Miss Jones

Date: 1st Apr 2020 @ 12:30pm

I am really enjoying receiving emails and pictures of the children's home learning. Thank you for taking the time to share them. Year One, you have been busy bees! 

Year 4 - Home Learning!, by Mrs Hover

Date: 31st Mar 2020 @ 4:24pm

Thank you Alice for sending in your photos. You have been really busy and your 2A senteces are brilliant! smiley

Year 4 - Has anyone spotted this one?, by Mrs Hover

Date: 31st Mar 2020 @ 11:05am

Big thank you Brooke - we love the clouds! smiley

Year 4 - LEGO Brick Delight Sweet!, by Mrs Hover

Date: 31st Mar 2020 @ 6:32am

A very imaginative sweet design! We love the illustration, ingredients and description of what happens when you eat the LEGO brick delight! smiley

Year 4 - Another lovely rainbow!, by Mrs Hover

Date: 30th Mar 2020 @ 8:31pm

Big thank you girls for sending us your picture! smiley

Year 3's fantastic home learning - Week 2, by Miss Yates

Date: 30th Mar 2020 @ 7:37pm

Sam has done lots of brilliant learning at home this week. Don't his Science experiments look exciting!

Alfie has made some lovely art work to help spread happiness from his window. He also knows A LOT of capital cities! He made this list without checking an atlas or google! Very impressive smiley

Erin has written some lovely descriptive writing and drawn a fantastic picture looking out of one of her windows. Doesn't her trampoline look really fun!

Elliott wrote a fantastic report about pythons. I love the design on his title.

Alice has been doing lots of wonderful learning at home. I love her report about cheetahs. I really like how she had used pictures as a flap over writing. I love her letter for her history homework. She describes perfectly how we are feeling at this unusual time. Brilliant times table work too! I hope your little brother enjoyed your music lesson too, Alice smiley

Jack W wrote a brilliant report about a rhino.

Elliott has been doing lots of reading smiley

Sam wrote a fascinating report about Minecraft smiley

Some more lovely work from Alice. 

Nye has has a brilliant week! I think that he should wear his Joe Wicks outfit to school when we have our next pebble jar treat smiley

Year 4 Rainbow!, by Mrs Hover

Date: 30th Mar 2020 @ 6:30am

Thank you for sending a picture of your giant rainbow on the driveway and making us all smile!  smiley

Home Learning resources from week 1 (week beginning 22nd March), by Miss Yates

Date: 29th Mar 2020 @ 12:27pm

Here are all of the resources that you will need if you missed out on anything from the week beginning the 22nd March.

Year 1's rainbows spread happiness , by Miss Jones

Date: 26th Mar 2020 @ 5:15pm

I have loved receiving all of your rainbow pictures. They have certainly brought a smile to my face.

Here is mine: 

If you go for a walk around your local area, count how many rainbows you see?

Year 3's fantastic home learning!, by Miss Yates

Date: 25th Mar 2020 @ 11:28am

Have a read of Jack W's wonderful descriptive writing.

Excellent home learning from Alice. Look at her fantastic descriptive writing! The PE obstacle course sounds very fun too smiley

Look at Max's wonderful home learning smiley His rainbow is making us all feel cheerful.

Here is a lovely rainbow picture by Jayden - it makes me feel full of joy!

Here is Christian's fantastic descriptive writing with a lovely illustration.

Reuben made this fantastic obstacle course in his PE session this week.

Nye has been working hard in the cabin in his garden. What fantastic writing!

Alice's home learning is brilliant. Look at her wonderful writing and lovely rainbow picture.

Drawing Ideas to try at home, by Miss Jones

Date: 24th Mar 2020 @ 6:44pm

Something to try at home....

Here are some step by step guides for turning numbers or letters into drawings. 

Happy drawing!

Miss Jones smiley

 

Year 1 - what are the five senses?, by Miss Jones

Date: 11th Mar 2020 @ 8:03pm

Year 1 visited the 'Senses Stations' to find out about the 5 senses. Our favourite activity was jelly tasting of course! The jelly was not the colour we expected so we had to reply on our sense of taste to identify it's flavour. 

 

Year 1 World Book Day 2020, by Miss Jones

Date: 5th Mar 2020 @ 1:04pm

What a wonderful Wonderful Word Book day we had!

Our day started off with a mysterious present being left on Miss Jones’s chair. It was a special type of book that we had not seen before. It was a .... dictionary! The message on the book told us to enjoy learning a new word every hour. We loved picking a page to learn a new word every hour. Some of the words we learnt were acorn, acrobat, yolk and igloo. We loved this so much, we will try to do it everyday. 

Then we walked to the library. We enjoyed listening to two stories and explored be books in the library. It was very peaceful and the children loved reading there. 

Next we shared our books from home with Year 3. It was lovely to see the children coaching one another and talking about their books. Then we swapped teachers for story time. Year 1 enjoyed having Miss Yates read a story to them and Year 3 enjoyed Miss Jones reading to them. 

Finally we got creative and made our own monster bookmark to keep track of our page in our favourite book, at home.

 

Remeber to use your book tokens to get your FREE book. You can use your tokens at Waterstones, WH Smiths, Tesco and Sainsburys. 

Year 1 - maths Superstars , by Miss Jones

Date: 1st Mar 2020 @ 7:17pm

What maths superstars we are!

Year 1 have enjoyed learning number bonds to 5 and 10. We used lots of different ways to help us such as matching games, a giant tens frame, counters, cubes, ping-pong and the hit the button game.  

We enjoyed working with our partners and recording our number sentences. 

Year 1 science , by Miss Jones

Date: 28th Feb 2020 @ 4:18pm

We have started our new topic in science this week. George volunteered to help us identify the parts of the body. We made a life-size diagram of George and added labels. 

On Friday, we learnt the names for the parts of our face by drawing and labelling self portraits. 

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Main Contact: Headteacher Mr Alan Brown or Bursar Mrs Louise McComb

Tel: 01244 981772
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