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Home Learning Celebration Post

Date: 26th Feb 2021 @ 2:03pm

Well done to our amazing home learners that have produced some fabulous work this week. What a briliant bunch you are!

 

 

 

 

Outstanding Learning! Spring 2 Week 1

Date: 26th Feb 2021 @ 12:34pm

Good afternoon Year 4,

You have all returned to your remote learning this week, with a lot of enthusiasm :) It has been lovely to see all of your learning, and I've attached some examples below.

This week, the following children have been awarded with an outstanding: 

4JB:

Miracle

Alexandra

Yin Xin

Daisy

Rayan

Robyn

Malayeka 

4CB: 

Ileri

Jerusalem 

Rylan

Layla

Calvin

Noah

Nabel

Dereck

Cassie

Theodosia

Faitma 

The winners of this week's TTrockstars competition is....

4CB! 4CB have won with 239 points, and 4JB had 30 points.

Let's see who the winner will be next week.

 

Enjoy your weekend, and have a well deserved rest :)

 

Miss Brookes and Miss Bryce 

Welcome back !

Date: 26th Feb 2021 @ 9:55am

It has been a great start to the second half of the Spring term. You have been working hard at home and at school. Well done !

Next week, we are looking forward to World Book Day, and invite all children , whether at home or at school , to dress up as a character from a book on Thursday 4th March. We can't wait to see who you will choose to be!

 

 

Our Amazing Arctic Small World

Date: 14th Feb 2021 @ 3:41pm

This week the weather inspired us to create our own arctic world. It's the kind of place that our friend Noi would live in, with arctic hares, beluga whales, arctic foxes, polar bears and snowy owls on the icebergs and in the chilly sea. The children in our class are so creative. They used all of the things that they could find in and around the classroom, to create models. Thankfully it snowed so we could create a setting for the animals to play in too! Watch out for the polar bears - they will eat lots of our characters up

 

 

So much to celebrate!

Date: 14th Feb 2021 @ 3:39pm

This week in school we have learned about Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year with the colour red! Red is the colour of love and a lucky colour for Chinese people too. We’ve been reading instructions to make cards, writing Chinese numbers and words, designing and making masks (Did you know there is an animal attached to the year you was born in? We are all monkeys and goats in our class) and today we made the most beautiful lanterns! 

We hope you have a fabulous half term that is full of luck and love. We can’t wait to get back to more learning after the half term break.

Take care everyone

 

Learning about Captain Sir Tom Moore

Date: 14th Feb 2021 @ 3:26pm

 UPDATE! Look at our display in the picture and video at the bottom of this post.

Over the last few days we have been learning about an amazing person, Captain Sir Tom Moore. Miss Cogger showed us a photograph of him and we could tell by looking at him that he was very old. We discovered that on his last birthday he was 100 years old. We tallied 100 candles on the board in groups of 5 to get an idea of how much 100 is. We were amazed to find out that Captain Sir Tom had walked around his garden 100 times to show how thankful he was to our doctors and nurses. 

In our class we shared our experiences with each other and thought about how we could challenge ourselves and show that we cared for people in the NHS. We think doctors and nurses are so special. 

We decided we would draw and paint pictures and then write about how we could make someone feel special while in hospital. We also thought we would set our own 100 challenge by running around the bike track 100 times! So far we have completed 40 laps, 20 from the children our class and 20 children from Mrs Ganner’s class. Watch this space to see the display we are going to make with our work and how we are counting our laps with tally marks. 

It is important to us to show we care. 

 

 

Our Amazing Arctic Small World

Date: 13th Feb 2021 @ 2:07pm

This week the weather inspired us to create our own arctic world. It's the kind of place that our friend Noi would live in, with arctic hares, beluga whales, arctic foxes, polar bears and snowy owls on the icebergs and in the chilly sea. The children in our class are so creative. They used all of the things that they could find in and around the classroom, to create models. Thankfully it snowed so we could create a setting for the animals to play in too! Watch out for the polar bears - they will eat lots of our characters up!

 

Happy Half Term!

Date: 12th Feb 2021 @ 2:53pm

Our pupils have been working so hard over the last 6 weeks and we are very proud of all of them.

Here is some phonics work that one of our Year 3 pupils has worked hard on this week!

We hope you have a safe and restful half term, ready to start your learning again on Tuesday the 23rd of February :-).

Mrs Glover and Mrs Harriott

So much to celebrate!

Date: 12th Feb 2021 @ 1:51pm

This week in school we have learned about Valentine’s Day and Chinese New Year with the colour red! Red is the colour of love and a lucky colour for Chinese people too. We’ve been reading instructions to make cards, writing Chinese numbers and words, designing and making masks (Did you know there is an animal attached to the year you was born in? We are all monkeys and goats in our class) and today we made the most beautiful lanterns! 

We hope you have a fabulous half term that is full of luck and love. We can’t wait to get back to more learning after the half term break.

Take care everyone

Outstanding Learning Spring 1

Date: 12th Feb 2021 @ 11:59am

This half-term has been challenging and different in many ways. However, you have all worked extremely hard and attacked each new challenge with enthusiasm and determination. 

We are so proud of each of you,  and we thank your grown ups for helping you while you've been learning at home.

You are all outstanding learners, and below are some examples of this week's amazing learning.

In the TTrockstars competition.....the current winners are 4JB with a huge 9,853 points! 4CB have 1,516 points. There will be a new challenge set for half-term, and we will see if 4JB can keep hold of their lead.

Well done everyone :)

Miss Brookes, Miss Bryce, Miss Rosen, Mrs Frangillo and Miss Bell 

Receptions Super home learning

Date: 10th Feb 2021 @ 8:48am

We have had so many pictures and videos sent in this week of you all doing amazing things! Take a look through the pictures and see if you can spot any of your friends! We are so proud of you all reception, you are doing such an amazing job! 

Checking out what we can remember

Date: 8th Feb 2021 @ 9:41am

We have been learning so much new language and thinking about so many new ideas, that we have had a week of fun activities to see how much we can remember and use. Have a look at some of our learning:  

 

Learning about Captain Sir Tom Moore

Date: 5th Feb 2021 @ 7:07pm

 UPDATE! Look at our display in the picture and video at the bottom of this post.

Over the last few days we have been learning about an amazing person, Captain Sir Tom Moore. Mrs Ganner showed us a photograph of him and we could tell by looking at him that he was very old. We discovered that on his last birthday he was 100 years old. We tallied 100 candles on the board in groups of 5 to get an idea of how much 100 is. “Wowwww, no way.” said one of the children as he looked at the picture. We were amazed to find out that Captain Sir Tom had walked around his garden 100 times to show how thankful he was to our doctors and nurses. 

In our class, lots of people in our families have been in hospital. We shared our experiences with each other and thought about how we could challenge ourselves and show that we cared for people in the NHS. We think doctors and nurses are so special. 

We decided we would draw and paint pictures and then write about what has happened to us and our families. Some of the children created Lego models of hospitals and played with the characters, reenacting how the doctors and nurses looked after their families. We also thought we would set our own 100 challenge by running around the bike track 100 times! So far we have completed 40 laps, 20 from the children our class and 20 children from Miss Riley’s class. Watch this space to see the display we are going to make with our work and how we are counting our laps with tally marks. 

It is important to us to show we care. 

We are really proud of the painting and writing we have made. 

 

Outstanding Learning! Week 5

Date: 5th Feb 2021 @ 2:57pm

Good afternoon Year 4,

It has been great to see that your continuous effort and determination has not wavered. You are all working extremely hard, and we are both very proud of you. There is one week to go until half-term, and even though you must now be tiring, try to give yourself a final push to get there. You are amazing learners, and you should all be proud of the hard work you are putting in.

This week, we would like to award an outstanding to: 

4CB:

Fatima

Nabel

Jerusalem

Layla

Rylan

Cassie

Shawnakaye

4JB:

Yusef

Corey

Robyn

Miracle

Rayan

Anthony 

Ebuka

Below are some examples of the amazing work we have received this week.

You all deserve a well earned break this weekend!

Miss Brookes and Miss Bryce 

Home learning from this week

Date: 5th Feb 2021 @ 9:32am

We've had such an amazing week this week with lots of fun and lots of learning! It was been so lovely to see all of your pictures and to see that lots of you have been reading and playing games on active learn! Keep up the great work Reception, we are very proud of you!

Tuesdays amazing home learning

Date: 3rd Feb 2021 @ 8:52am

Here are our amazing home learning photos from Tuesday! We had so much learning sent in, it was lovely to look through all of your hard work! Well done to you all! Can you spot your learning on the photos below? Or can you see a friend from school?

Mondays amazing home learners!

Date: 2nd Feb 2021 @ 9:09am

Wow what a day we had yesterday, full of home learning and challenges to help our brains stay healthy and strong!

We've had some amazing story mountains sent in as well as some children practising their tricky words (I think your becoming experts!). We have loved seeing your jolly snowmen maths learning and the designs for  the waterproof warm coat are just brilliant!

Well done Reception! 

Keep up the good work!

Fridays Superstar home learners!

Date: 1st Feb 2021 @ 10:15am

Well done Reception! We have had a brilliant week of home learning. Lot's of you have sent in some amazing learning! We love seeing you practising your writing and maths and most of all having fun with your learning! We hope you enjoyed making your dens on Friday, We certainly enjoyed seeing them!

Well done Reception, we are very proud of you!

Phoneme fun!

Date: 1st Feb 2021 @ 8:10am

Happy 1st February ! 

In school, we have been continuing to build our phonic skills for reading and writing .  We have used lots of different ways to help us remember the phonemes ;played a sorting game and bingo. We were then able to write some fantastic sentences independently using the new phonemes we have been looking at.

 

Outstanding Learning! Week 4

Date: 29th Jan 2021 @ 3:09pm

Good afternoon Year 4,

We are all so proud of you! You have made it over the half-way line of the half-term now, and you have continued to work extremely hard. For that reason, I would like to award all of you with an outstanding for your fantastic effort and commitment to learning! That goes to all of your grown ups as well who have been helping you these past few weeks.

In times tables rockstars, 4JB are still in the lead (come on 4CB!) So far they have a huge 3,479 points, compared to...4CB's 379 points. It's a long way to catch up, but it isn't impossible! Keep on going year 4, I cant wait to see who can snatch the lead next week.

Below are some of the outstanding learning that we have received this week - another huge well done to you all.

Have a break this weekend, because you all deserve it.

Miss Brookes and Miss Bryce 

Wednesdays home learning superstars!

Date: 28th Jan 2021 @ 9:30am

Well done to all of the children and grown ups who are sending in their home learning! You have been so busy! Look at the children practicing their writing and completing their maths and phonics challenges! Wow! I especially like all of the questions for the Box Dwellers, I'll be sure to send them to them! Keep up the hard work Reception!

 

If you are having trouble sending it in through school spider, don't worry just send it to our email address, receptionhomelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

 

Tuesdays amazing home learning

Date: 27th Jan 2021 @ 8:45am

Wow! Look at all the amazing learning that we have been doing at home! Take a look and see if you can spot any of your friends learning,

Year 6 super learning!

Date: 26th Jan 2021 @ 4:25pm

What a fantastic week of learning from our wonderful Year 6's last week. Thank you all so much for sending in your learning tasks as well as brilliant pictures of yourselves hard at work even when your pets are desperate to distract you!  We really love seeing pictures of your art work too- so keep sending them to us at:

y6homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Keep up all the hard work!  We think YOU ARE AMAZING!

Year 6 team.

Welcome to week 4 of remote learning 25.01.21

Date: 26th Jan 2021 @ 2:10pm

Welcome to week 4 of Remote learning

Hello year 6 here is the link to this weeks Padlet. I hope you have a great week!

https://ravensburycommunity.padlet.org/aranyard1/Y6learningweek4

Let us know if you need anything. Miss Taylor, Miss Coulson and Miss Fish will be contacting you this week to make sure you have everything you need. 

THANK YOU to everyone who sent us pictures of your home learning over the last few weeks! It is wonderful to see you all working so hard! Keep up the brilliant work! Well done everybody!

Remember you can email your pictures of your homelearning to 

y6homelearning@ravensbury.manchester.sch.uk

Snow!!

Date: 26th Jan 2021 @ 10:13am

Last week the children were very excited to see the snow when they came to school. At break time we played in the snow made snow angels and had snowball fights. 

Look at the fun we had!

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