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Wonderful Work this week :)

Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 4:38pm

Wow Year 2! 

Another amazing week of home learning this week.  I have been blown away by all of your fabulous work sent to me over email.  Lots of you have also responded to my feedback and edited your work to improve it, well done!

Thank you as always to the parents/carers for your continued support.

Here are a selection of photos from learning sent in this week, well done to everyone!

Have an incredible weekend everyone and I will be posting your very last padlet link for Year 2 on Monday.

Miss Woodnett :)

5HW Outstanding Learners!

Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 4:28pm

A big well done to the following who have emailed me their learning, or I can see have accessed it online, this week - you are all superstars! 

Ganesa

Maddison

Alissia

Aden

Rhianna

Check out some of the photos of their work below!

 

Thank you for all of the emails - keep sending them in! y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Have a lovely weekend 5HW, and I'll look forward to seeing some more super learning next week - our final week before the summer holidays!

Mrs Hodges =)

Reading Plus WINNERS (Week 14)

Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 4:12pm

Good afternoon everyone! How has your Friday been?

Not as many of you participated in this week's reading challenge, maybe the rainy weather dampened your spirits? Hopefully I will see more of your wonderful reading, next week :) 

Here are our winners:

Most Lessons Completed: Ganesa (with 6 lessons! Well done).

Most Words Read: Rhianna (with 7,861 lessons! Well done).

This week's challenge was to read 5 books, and share a new word you have learnt. The winner is:

Ganesa! Well done, Ganesa! She discovered the word 'strenuous' and found out that it means 'hard.'

The following children all read 5 or more books this week:

Aden

Ganesa

Rhianna

Well done!

 

I think 5HW had more readers this week!

 

Enjoy your weekend,

Miss Brookes 

 

Outstanding Learning!

Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 4:05pm

Good afternoon everyone! I can't believe that we only have one week left of the school year. What a strange year it has been! However, I do have some exciting news. Next week I am going to be phone calling each of you, to tell you who your year 6 teacher and teaching assistant will be! How exciting is that? I'm looking forward to speaking to every one of you :) 

We have many outstanding learners this week - I love seeing the work you complete at home, so please email it in at y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Well done to: 

Akin

Denico

Dylan

Imole

Ivory

Jediah

Jennifer 

Jessica

Sam

Victoria 

William

 

I've shared some of their wonderful learning below.

I hope you all enjoy your weekend - I can't wait to speak to you all next week :) 

 

Miss Brookes 

End of the week celebration!

Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 3:28pm

Once again a brilliant week for Y3 learning! I love receiving your emails; every day I am amazed at how hard you are working at home!

This weeks outstanding learners are:-

Keira

Nabel

Shawnakaye

Dereck

Fatima

Yuqing

Yinxin

Theodosia

Megan

Have a look below at their wonderful work!

Miss Wendt :)

RAI Stars!!!

Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 2:59pm

What an amazing week it has been for children in RAI at home and in school!!!

You are all SUPSTARS!!!

Watch the video below and maybe do the TikTok dance matching the song!

Have a lovely weekend, and get ready for the final week of learning before the Summer holidays. 

Don't forget from Monday you'll be getting a phone call from me telling you about your Year 1 teacher. Exciting times ahead!!!smiley

Love Mrs Iqbal 

Green bubble - Let's celebrate!

Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 1:23pm

Green bubble have been so busy this week learning about minibeasts. We have created collage caterpillars and even made our own flapping butterflies. We had lots of fun developing our physical skills with dough disco, rolling caterpillars and creating butterflies with the dough. We have been super listeners, listening to environmental sounds in phonics and using body percussion to create different sounds. We have also enjoyed using Numicon and counting and writing numerals and have made little booklets about the life cycle of a butterfly as well as listening and writing initial sounds in words. 

🌟 Well done Green bubble, you are all superstars!🌟

   

 

Yellow Bubble Celebration Videos Week 3

Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 9:32am

Welcome to our weekly celebration blog. It’s been another busy week completing challenges and enjoying sharing our learning with each other in Yellow Bubble. Here are some videos of what we have been up to this week. Links to the videos are at the bottom if you want to watch them.

Day 1 Aaargh Spider

Today we practiced our maths skills and then Mrs Ganner set us some challenges. First of all we had to create a minibeast from a toilet roll! Then we had to use the indoor and outdoor construction to create places from the spider story of the day.

Day 2 Spinderella

After some free play practicing counting and labelling sets we watched our next spider story of the day. In Spinderella her spider brothers and sisters got sore feet from playing football without boots on. Spinderella’s Hairy Godmother gave them all football boots so we drew boots onto our spiders too. Can you work out the link between the story and a traditional tale?

 

Day 3 Spyder

Spyder had to save the day by stopping the nasty bluebottle fly eating the birthday cake. He used one of his talents to do this. The children constructed their very own Spyder with silk attached to his spinnerets so he could complete his mission. Then Spyder hid around the play area looking for a new mission

Day 4 Silk the Spider Meets Sam the Caterpillar

Did you know that when a caterpillar is in its’ cocoon they are vulnerable because they can’t escape the birds trying to eat them? In this story Silk saved Sam from the birds by creating a web. Do you think our webs will save Sam?

Quiz 10.7.20

Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 8:54am

Congratulations to Zarak, Heer, Ganesa, Faith and Naomi who all found out that Kathmandu is the capital city of Nepal.

Maddison told me that Kathmandu has many beautiful monasteries and temples including the highly decorated Pashupatinath Temple.

Today, can you tell me the country with the capital Ulaanbaatar ?

9 must see places in Ulaanbaatar, capital city of Mongolia

Good luck !

Ealhomelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Mrs Harriott 

Friday 10th July

Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 8:49am

Good Morning Everyone, 

It's Friday and a little bit wet. I've just been out for my run and really pleased that I am now able to run for 25mins without stopping and just done over 5km!! I'm quite shocked at my progress!! Just one more run to go this week. 

Your sentence of the day and fluent in 5 is ready on Padlet. Also choose your final Friday Challenge of the year, as next week is the last Friday before the summer holidays and we will be doing something slightly differently. Here is the link to Padlet:

https://padlet.com/receptionhomelearning/aoa3g857pv0vxpre

 

Have a lovely day and check back later for the weekly celebration video. 

Love Mrs Iqbal and Miss Williams 

Friday 10th July

Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 8:08am

Good morning everyone!

You can find all of today's learning on: https://padlet.com/y5homelearning/year5

Don't forget  to email or comment a new word that you have discovered during this week's reading challenge. 

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Well done to Aden, Alissia, Ganesa and Victoria for completing yesterday's building challenge! The building was the Empire State Building which is in New York City, USA. Look at these amazing photographs Alissia's grown up has shared with us, from their visit in New York! This was the view from their hotel room window - how exciting! 

 

Here are some of the wonderful facts our challengers found: 

It is 1,454 feet tall

It was in the King Kong films.

It took one year to build.

It has 102 floors.

They began building it on the 17th March 1930.

Here is today's building challenge: 

 

 

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Don't forget to send your answer, and all of today's learning, to y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Remember to check your class blog this afternoon, to celebrate some of your outstanding work.

Enjoy your Friday,

Miss Brookes and Mrs Hodges.

Phonics Choice Challenge – Friday 10th July

Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 7:17am

Good morning Nursery,

We are at the end of our first week of choosing phonics games to play.

Choose a game from the picture below and send your videos or photos in to

nurseryhomelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Aspect 4 – rhythm and rhyme

Keep to the beat when you play these games

From Mrs Ganner

Friday's learning in Year One!

Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 4:55am

Good Morning,

I hope you have had a lovely week and are looking forward to the weekend. Well you have one more day of learning and then you can have a  deserved rest! The sun is doing to be shining this weekend so make sure you go outside and get some exercise. Today's learning is on padlet, follow the link to complete the work.

https://padlet.com/y1homelearning/Bookmarks

Have a lovely weekend

Miss Wolfenden

Friday 10th July

Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 12:22am

Good Morning!

It's our last Padlet for the week! I'll be back later this afternoon with a celebration email for all you super learners in Y3!

https://padlet.com/missfaragher/kj2clvf5jjlr98k1

Have a good day!

Miss Wendt :)

Good morning Year 6!

Date: 9th Jul 2020 @ 11:21pm

Good morning Year 6,

Happy Friday! Hope you have had a good week and have managed to pop into school to collect your copy of "The Kid who came from Space."

Click on the link to find your learning tasks on the Year 6 learning page:

https://padlet.com/y6homelearning/nxkcu8zxxd8kmxo7

Remember to email your teachers with your learning updates, messages, pictures or questions at:Y6homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

 

Daily Phonics Challenge: Friday 10th July

Date: 9th Jul 2020 @ 8:55pm

Good Morning Nursery!

 

This week we have been finding the total number of items in two groups by counting all of them.

 

For today’s challenge:

Go for a walk in the garden/house with someone from your family and take two containers with you.

Collect 5 natural objects in your container and ask your family member to collect 3 different objects.

How many objects did you find altogether?

Have a go at writing the total number of objects. Use the number formation pictures below to help you.

 

Repeat the challenge by collecting different amounts of objects.

Find the total amount by counting all of the objects from both containers.

Now have a go at writing this number to show the total amount.

 

I hope you enjoy this activity! Send your pictures to: nurseryhomelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Have a great weekend!

Week 2 in Nursery Black Bubble!

Date: 9th Jul 2020 @ 4:02pm

What an exciting week we have had in our Nursery Black Bubble! On Monday we realised we had had a dinosaur break in! After tracking the clues all ovee the school we found Roy the Dinosaur in the playground! The children have done some super learning with our dinosaur friends! :) 

 

The READING challenge!

Date: 9th Jul 2020 @ 10:06am

A big thank you to everyone who is getting involved with our wellbeing challenges. It is so good to  see so many of us keeping our minds and bodies active during these strange times. 

Here's another of our Ravensbury READING challenge super stars! Thank you for sharing with us.smiley

Mrs Harriott 

 

 

Quiz 9.7.20

Date: 9th Jul 2020 @ 9:56am

Good morning !

Well done to Faith, Zarak, Ganesa, Heer, Naomi and Maddison who all let me know that Nairobi is the capital of Kenya. Faith told me that she plans to visit Kenya in the future to go on a safari and Maddison found out that Nairobi is the second largest city in the African Great Lakes region. Heer and Ganesa also did some research and found out that Nairobi is located just south of the centre of the country. Fantastic research skills !

Today's capital is Kathmandu. Can you find out the country?

Let me know what you think the answer is : Ealhomelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk 

Mrs Harriott 

Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal is listed as one of the ...

 

 

Thursday 9th July

Date: 9th Jul 2020 @ 9:30am

Good Morning Year 3!

Happy Thursday! I hope you are all feeling healthy and happy today. I want to say a big well done to all of those children who are working hard, persevering and sending me lovely emails every day! I have truly enjoyed being part of the Year 3 team!

Here is your Padlet today - https://padlet.com/missfaragher/kj2clvf5jjlr98k1

Look forward to hearing from you soon!

Miss Wendt :)

Home Learning

Date: 9th Jul 2020 @ 8:56am

Good Morning Year 4!

Click on the link to find your learning tasks on the Year 4 Home Learning Page, week 4: 

https://padlet.com/mr_leverton/jg6rbkql3b7elw1f

Don't forget to email your teachers with your learning updates, messages, pictures or questions at:

 y4homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk    

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Thursday 9th July

Date: 9th Jul 2020 @ 8:49am

Good morning, everyone!

You can find all of today's learning on: https://padlet.com/y5homelearning/year5

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Well done to Aden and Ganesa for completing yesterday's building challenge! The answer was the Leaning Tower of Pisa, which is in Italy. Here are some of the amazing facts they shared:

It has been leaning since the cement started to slip and wasn't strong enough. Eventually it stopped in a leaning position. 

It is in Pisa, in Italy.

It is a free standing bell tower.

It's 55.86 meters tall.

It has 296 steps.

Here is today's building: 

 

Don't forget to email your answer, and all of your learning, to y5homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Enjoy your Thursday,

Miss Brookes and Mrs Hodges

Phonics Choice Challenge – Thursday 9th July

Date: 9th Jul 2020 @ 8:11am

Hi,

It’s fun phonics time again.  I’m really enjoying choosing from these games. I hope you are too.

Choose a game from the picture below and send your videos or photos in to

nurseryhomelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Aspect 3 – body percussion

Make some interesting sound patterns

From Mrs Ganner

Thursday 9th July

Date: 9th Jul 2020 @ 7:07am

Good Morning Everyone, 

What a grey start to the day it is!! I think it's going to stay wet but hopefully the sun will shine by the weekend. 

I hope you've managed to watch the Pink and Purple Bubble videos on the class blog pages. The children in school are working really hard and doing some very creative things in an unusual Reception class environment. 

Here is the link to today's activities on Padlet:

https://padlet.com/receptionhomelearning/aoa3g857pv0vxpre

Have a lovely day.smiley

Love Mrs Iqbal and Miss Williams 

Thursday's learning in Year One

Date: 8th Jul 2020 @ 11:03pm

Hello,

Happy Thursday! It is lovely to see children still persevering and not giving up with their learning. I am absolutely amazed with all the learning that has been completed this week. So it is a big well done from me!

Follow the link to see today's learning 

https://padlet.com/y1homelearning/Bookmarks

Thankyou

Miss Wolfenden

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