Home learning 2nd March 2023

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 ‘Bristol Monument’  model 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, but we always enjoy looking at photographs that are sent in. 

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, 

Assembly story and making taskSlides here. Watch the video of the story ‘Listening to my body’ that Mrs Fricker read on Monday. Think about ways you can help your body to calm. Follow the instructions to make a sensory bottle.
ReadingSpend time reading your school book to a grown up and if you have time, share your favourite stories with your family or even your teddies!

Project: Designing a Bristol Monument
Use these slides to find out more about famous monuments in the UK.What do you love about where we live? Imagine you could create a monument as amazing as The Angel of the North in Gateshead. Be an artist and design and make something that celebrates what you love about Bristol.

Physical Development-we are thinking about being healthy this term. 
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. 
Get cooking!Help your grown ups to make one of the meals today. Try hard to eat 5 portions of fruit or vegetables throughout the day.

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 website.

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