Planning for children during the 1st February Teacher Strike

The planning for today is standalone learning accessible to each age range at their own level and does not require you to use any specific resources. It is optional for children to bring in their completed ‘Dreams and Goals’  poster to share in next week’s whole-school assembly on Monday morning.  There is no expectation for children to bring in evidence of other learning that takes place. 

If your child is accessing learning through any form of digital technology, please follow guidelines outlined in out Online Safety Policy and online safety tips

Please adapt resources to suit your child/ren and your daily routine, 

Reading-comprehension task and reading practiseComprehension Text: We are all neighbours by Alexandra Penfold and Suzanne Kaufmanlink to recoded story hereA session plan for adults with questions to discuss during the and after the story here.
Read your school reading book to an adult at home-don’t forget to tick your bookmarkEnjoy your favourite books at home
Maths and science-Bird TallyUse the RSPB resources to tally the birds that you see in your garden or  from your window for 30 minutes. Click here to go to the RSPB information page where you can find out how to take part and access resources.

Personal Social Health Education-Dreams and Goals Poster
Create a poster to show how you will achieve a goal.Follow the slides to watch and listen to the Dreams and Goals Assembly hereInstructions for the activity are on the final slide. 

Physical Development-get moving!
If you can, get outside to walk, run, scoot, or cycle. 
If you can’t get outside, you could also follow a cosmic yoga story at home. 

You can find more information about how to help your child at home on our Curriculum pages and  the Supporting Learning and Behaviour at Home pages on our websit

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