Welcome to the last Friday of term! Check out your new teacher’s welcome video today on Class Dojo. https://wordpress.com/view/evergreenprimary.wordpress.com
Well done for persevering through all your online and home learning. I hope you all have a restful and fun summer. Don’t forget to watch Ms Riley’s and Miss Shallcross’ Goodbye Video. https://wordpress.com/view/evergreenprimary.wordpress.com
Today, we have some reading, writing, maths, PE and a story post. Remember to use your gem powers!
Our last DERI of the year is continuing to help us to learn about some important areas in England. Scroll to the bottom to see the answers.
Our last writing lesson for the year is designing and creating a poster, showing how to use your Ruby power. I am really looking forward to seeing your creations if you take a picture of your poster and email it into school.
Today in maths you will need to spend some time on mathletics. I have added some work on postion and direction for you to look at. Remember to read the questions carefully. Don’t forget, you can always write down your workings out.
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In school, we are doing PE every day. Have a go at this Kids Bop dance and have a few minutes of being active. I hope you enjoy the video as much as I did.
It’s our last story of the year, so we are continuing with listening and reading inspiratial stories.
Ruby ‘s Worry by Tom Percival. This is a beautiful story of a little girl, Ruby and how she copes with all her worries that no-one else can see. Some of us may be feeling like Ruby but we can learn a lot from her.
- 2. This is called The Eden Project.
- 3. The Eden Project can be found in Cornwall.
- 4. In the Eden Project you could find stunning plants, contempory gardens and family events .
- 5. I would like to visit The Eden Project because I want to see all the different plants.
If you want to send in any of your hard work that you are doing at home, you can take a picture and email them into school at: