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A little bit of a different week this week as it's Bowness Book Week.  All Class 4 zooms will be at 10.30 each morning with Miss Graham. There will be no PM ZOOMS except for Mrs Kenyon's on Thursday.

Have a look at the schedule, read the letter, check out the resources and see how thing roll this week!

EXTREME READING CHALLENGE FOR WEDNESDAY- Send me your photos of reading in extreme places




Welcome back to school and to our new topic of World War 2- where we ask the question- Why and how did a war so far away affect us here in Cumbria?

We will look at the overall picture of WW2- How it came about and what went on. We will focus our work upon the effect upon children, women and any local connections.

This week we are going to look at what we know and see where this topic might take us.

Half term- Yay!

Well done everyone- You've have reached Half term! You have all done a fantastic Job and I'm really proud of you all. Sharing the love- since it Valentine's day!

Have a great holiday.


Well Done for joining in with the Zoom lessons- Hopefully you will find everything you need in the links below. 

For Science I mentioned a double page spread- To round up our topic on forces.

Here's an example of a science one to give you an idea of what it might look like - but I'll leave that up to you.

Check below for links and resources.

Love writing?- Want more writing content?- Jane Considine is teaching LIVE Writing lessons each day, Monday- Friday, at 9:45. Experience her sentence stacking lessons via the links below (Live and recorded). They are a fantastic way of learning to write stories. This week is a narrative unit.[0]=AT0YmAG-E8n5YDpd9WBtyZ7O7GmUYhDE9KA1BATjXR6TBqKxJMtmHWSKeuBZvkdnb5KJIMts1LXOP_TkbyWmLxkGJJaH4uwG1xLRqR8PIgB_FZXN6pi2_1QhGunp7B2ELg0pxDbZ_-MJ-QCmh3-XSBT5cAKSaeLTVQ_4kzb3j3xhFrA

  • The lessons will be live streamed every day on our YouTube and Facebook page, beginning at 9:45am (GMT) and finishing at 10:45am (GMT). 
  • You will be able to watch the lessons after they have been streamed live on either YouTube or Facebook and they will stay on our channels indefinitely.  
  • The lessons are suitable for primary pupils, Years 1 to 6. 
  • Both parents and teachers can work through the live lessons with their children. 

Week 13         The Last Week: Moving on! Summer here we come!

It's almost the end of a very strange term and end of year. This week we have some fun ideas and some consolidation.

Week 13       HARRY POTTER WEEK     W/B 6.7.20

Welcome to the world of HARRY POTTER and all things magical. This week we have lots of fun ideas and links to the Wizarding World of Harry potter. Don't worry if you've not read the books or seen the films; There are extracts and links for videos and read alouds. 

Week 12- ONLINE TECHNOLOGY- w/b 29.6.20

Over the last few months we have all became more tech savvy and engaged with technology, whether that be from learning at home or in our free time. This week’s work continues with that theme. 

Week 11- RAINFORESTS    w/b 22.6.20

It's World Rain forest Day today and so we start a weeks worth of rainforest work. 

Week 10- OCEAN HABITATS w/b 15.6.20

Check out the timetable below for some links to some LIVE lessons and activities.

Week 9- OCEANS  w/b  8-6-20

Monday is WORLD OCEANS DAY and so we are starting a themed week on seas and oceans. Why not dress up in blue and get ready to join in with some live lessons! Click here for the daily timetable and links to LIVE lessons!

Week 8- 1.6.2020

Welcome to 30 DAYS WILD WEEK. We are going to take part in lots of activities that come under the topic of 30 days wild, an annual project ran by the Wildlife Trust. We will spend this week focusing upon lots of aspects that this may entail. You can take lots of ownership on this- if there is something that fascinates you- then go and explore. There will be lots of given activities but also lots of opportunities to take it where you want. The general idea is that you do 30 Random acts of wildness! This may be going on a Nature walk, looking at the stars or making a home for insects. There are many ideas to be found in the 30 day pack.

I will be sharing ideas from the pack- but if you wish to have your own pack, follow the link below NEW!


Ideas for 30 days wild

Week 7

Well guys, this is it- the last week before half term! This is a bit more of a regular week- All foundation subjects and literacy and maths should be covered. You are all doing well. Keep up the good work- Keep checking out the different pages on here, Edmodo, Purple mash and Doodle.

You've got this!

Recipe ideas

Science ideas

Week 6- Making History

This week is another special focus week- We are making history! Tomorrow you will be expected to write a diary for The Mass Observation project. All the details are in the resources- but you might want to have a look at it before tomorrow- so you know what to do. 

I would love to see what you got up to over last week- Enjoy this week. 

As well as the above have a look on the MAIN PAGE for links to bunting, colouring pages etc. Here are a few more links with to sites that have activities and information.    TULLIE HOUSE LIVE LINK          GOVERNMENT WEBSITE LINK  ENGLISH HERITAGE WEBSITE


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