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Clyde Timetable

Morning Routine 

9am - 9:30am - Reading/IEP Work 

Wake Up song 

Hello - This is an opportunity for each pupil to talk about the weekend/night before at home or about anything else. 

This is used as a PSHE lesson to allow pupils to communicate with staff and one another. 

We look at the date, weather, what we are having for lunch, what we are doing for the day and pupils will 'sign in' on the board. 

We then will start our lessons for the day. smiley

Wake Up! School Assembly Song and Dance from Songs For EVERY Assembly by Out of the Ark Music

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2021 Lockdown Life Skills Challenges

Hi Clyde! 

 

We hope you are all keeping safe at home and enjoying spending time with your family. 

 

Please see below Life Skills Challenges to complete at home or in school. 

We will be picking a star winner each week and every pupil will receive a certificate when completing a challenge. 

At the end of lockdown, there will be a special award for the pupil or pupils who have completed the most challenges. 

Please send your pictures if you would like to be featured on the website to l.peters@rowanpark.co.uk. 

 

Good Luck! 

25.1.21

 

This week we continue our American Dream topic and will look at Disney characters. 

First, we will look at characters and traditional tales. Please read the stories; Jack and the Beanstalk and Little Red Riding Hood. 

Can you create your own characters and your own story to share with your family? 

Numeracy 

 

Continuing with our measurement topic this week, please use practical ideas to measure and weigh different things around your house. 

 

Examples; 

  • Weigh out ingredients for cookery 
  • measure how long it takes to brush your teeth, using a stopwatch 
  • Can you measure how many CM's, handspans, or feet spans different things in your home are - and record it? 
  • How many minutes does it take on your daily walk to complete different activities such as; walking around the park or going on the swing? 

Please see the worksheets below. 

 

Forest School - creating your own photo frame

PE With Joe 2021 | Monday 25th Jan

Have fun!

Mini Pizzas | Buddy Oliver | #CookingBuddies

Buddy's back with the cutest mini pizzas. It's a super quick recipe with a cheat's base, so no need to wait for proving, yay! He's making one for dad, one fo...

18.1.21

This week is all about Native Americans. 

  • Please watch the Powerpoint and answer the questions on the worksheets. What can you find out from Native Americans to how different we live now in 2021? Do we have any differences or similarities? 
  • Have fun creating your own Native American name 
  • Read the story of Pochahontas, can you answer questions about the story? If you like hearing about that story you can also watch the film too. 
  • Recreate your own Totem Poles and Dreamcatchers. Can you send me pictures of any that you make? I would love to see it! If you are feeling particularly creative you could create a giant totem pole out of old cardboard boxes that you could decorate. 

 

Have fun and stay Safe x

Reading

Each day in class, we start our morning by reading either independently or with an adult or friend. Choose a story, book or magazine to read at home each day. If you want something new to read, have a look at the websites below. Alternatively, you can find a book to listen to on Storyline Online.

 

Choose a story to listen to - https://www.storylineonline.net/

Ebooks and games - https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/

Ebooks - https://freekidsbooks.org/

Literacy 

 

Learning all about America. 

Please see the PPT below and worksheets. Can you create an American fact file on what you found? 

If you cannot access the PPT please see the webpage below on American facts. Also, see if you can find any facts on YouTube 

or holiday programs. 

 

https://www.kids-world-travel-guide.com/usa-facts.html

 

 

 

Literacy Worksheets w/c 11.1.21

Numeracy 

This term we are focusing on Measurement, in particular using practical activities we have already used in class to support this. 

You will need a tape measure, or if not you can use any unit of measurement you have around the house (bottle, toy car etc). 

Use the worksheet to measure different body parts. 

Can you measure anything around your home and draw a picture for me? :) 

11.1.21 Measurement Worksheet

Forest School - Tuesday afternoon 

As a class, we have visited the Forest school each week to check on our birdfeeders and a hedgehog hotel that we made from 

recycled materials. 

 

If you can at home you can with your family make birdfeeders for your outside area and watch what wildlife come into your garden. Keep a list and bring it to school to show your friends. 

11.1.21 Forest School activities, to complete in your own garden

Independent Living Skills 

Last term we focused on creating different items that pupils could make independently in school and at home. 

If you could with your family create a small meal, drink, or dessert that you can follow as independently as possible. 

For added bonus pupils are encouraged to do the washing up in school - so, they can recreate this at home too! :) 

I would love to know what you have been making and we could make your creations in school. 

 

There are a few examples below: 

 

11.1.21 American Music Lesson

Art : 

Graffiti in New York. Have a look at the artist Keith Haring. Can you create some graffiti art. 

Autumn 2 Planning : Topic - Major Milestones - Subject : Cars and Public Transport / Flight /Space

Autumn 2 term will be based on Major Milestones that have happened throughout History. 

We will base the first two weeks (2nd-13th November) on Cars/Public Transport Topic. 

16th - 27th November - Flight Topic 

30th - 7th December - Space 

 

Please see the working from home tasks above, and below the recommended worksheets to accompany this topic. If you would like to include your own work with your child or any ideas please feel free to explore this topic. Please send in any completed work that we can add to your child's topic work file. 

Independent Living Skills - Creating plane food

Major Milestones - Flight, creating our own planes

Science - Splat Attack! , Forces and Motion

Cookery - Afternoon Tea

Autumn Term 2: Phonics

We will be learning about a different initial sound each week but continue to build on our previous knowledge. Provided below are links to some general phonic activities but as pupils are working towards individual targets there are specifically designed worksheets provided in each pupils Home Learning pack, available to collect from Reception in the event of school closure.

 

Some ideas to help you support your child with their learning 

1. Play "I Spy"

2. Spread out letters and ask your child to find initial sounds "what sound does cat begin with?" 

3. Use magnetic letters or cut up pieces of paper with letters on. Mix them up and see who can make as many words in 2 minutes.

4. Allow your child to take photographs of objects they find beginning with each letter of the alphabet. Make a phonic photo album.

5. Make a phonics dictionary.

 

                                                                                        

 

 

Week 1: letter d

Autumn 1 Curriculum - Playlists - The music of Brazil

Listening to and Playing the Instruments used in a Samba Band

Making Ganzas (Brazilian Shakers)

Through our topic this half-term 'The Music of Brazil' we will: 

 

  • Explore the Brazilian Rainforest 
  • Listen and create Samba Music 
  • Look at books based in Brazil
  • Sample what products come from Brazil 
  • Look at Carnivals 
  • Re-create some carnival masks 

Capacity - Potion Making

Over the Rainbow Month Curriculum 

September 2020

Making Magic Happen: Yoga Club| Cosmic Kids

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Literacy - Reading at home 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zbxby9q

 

 

Autumn Activities

This half term we will be learning all about the season of Autumn. This will include learning about animals who hibernate and the reasons why they do. Lots of our activities will take place outside and we are lucky to be able to go to the Forest School. 

Cookery

Try some of these recipes while you are at home. Remember to practice your number skills by counting spoonfuls, using weighing scales and checking the numbers on the oven. We would love you to send us some photographs of your finished items!

General Information

We ask parents and carers to return the home/school diary each day, as this will enable the class teacher to provide comments and information about your child's day in school. If there are particular things you wish to be informed about, please speak with me.

 

Individual Education Plan (IEPs)

This plan sets out educational targets that your child is working on for the term. There is a section in the plan which provides parents and carers with activities or tasks you can do at home to support your child's learning. Plans are updated each term and sent home.

 

Reading Books

All children and young people are encouraged to engage in reading and develop a love of stories. We have a wide range of reading books, sensory books and big books to support the learning styles and levels for each child.

 

P.E.

P.E. lessons are on Tuesday afternoon.

Swimming sessions take place on Wednesdays at The Meadows Pool in Maghull.

During our P.E. sessions we discuss the importance of keeping fit and the effect it has on our bodies. We look at ways we can keep healthy through a balanced diet and regular exercise.

 

Cookery

We do cookery every Monday afternoon. Please let us know if your child has any allergies.

Cookery lessons focus on independence skills and learning to cook for ourselves. We appreciate if parents can assist with the cost of buying cookery ingredients by sending in class funds each week.

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