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Amy enjoyed experimenting with glitter tattoos. She looked at different shapes and colours. She was a little bit shy when having her photograph taken. They look fantastic Amy.

Article of the Week Article 17 The Right To Information

This week the Article of the Week is introduced by Eddie, from the Unicef Youth Advisory Board.

During the pandemic the Unicef Youth Advisory Board have developed information to help young people get the facts about Coronavirus. Article 17 states that every child has the right to reliable information from a variety of sources and governments should provide information that children can understand.

It is always useful for young people to consider the reliability and accuracy of information they are given by the media, particularly in light of issues such as ‘fake news’ and misinformation around important topics like the Coronavirus.

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All Things Phonics

Take a look at our phonics virtual classroom. Here you can access games and videos to help with letter formation, pronunciation, speed sounds set 1, 2 and 3, vowel recognition, reading and Fred Talk! Just click on the items in the image attached to follow the links! Happy reading!

 

Mrs Myers Virtual Geography Classroom

Hi everyone, hope you are all keeping safe and well, here is a virtual classroom to have a look around with some key geography skills and topics to look at.
Mrs Myers

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Emma has been working hard on her Artwork

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7s Home Learning

Isabella from 7s has been taking part in Blue Peter’s ‘6 Badges of Summer’ challenge. She is currently working towards her green badge and has created a bug house and planted seeds. Here she is creating a bird feeder. If you would like to take part, go to:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/joinin/six-badges-of-summer-wall-chart

Take a look at the attached challenge poster to see what it involves.

How many badges can you achieve? Well done Izzy!

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Courtney’s Amazing Art Work !

Courtney really wanted to do a piece of artwork in school and she was keen to do something a little different. She researched some techniques on the internet first and decided she’d like to produce a picture that reflects her love of music and dancing. She worked really hard on it all day, using watercolour, stencilling, flicking, tilting and even employed a hairdryer to blow dry some of the paint into position!

Miss Willingale, Mr Potts and Mrs Irvine are so impressed with the finished piece.

WELL DONE COURTNEY !

Zoom Meeting Reminder for 8F

Just a quick reminder for all pupils in 8F that our weekly Zoom meeting will be taking place tomorrow, Tuesday 23rd June at 2pm. Catch up with everyone from our class for an informal chat. Just go to the Zoom website and enter your login details.
https://zoom.us

Myon by Renaissance

Don’t forget you have access to 7000 books on the myOn programme.

These are fiction and non-fiction.  You can link to Accelerated Reader and do quizzes on the books if you want.

You should have your login details which would have come to your home address by post.

Give it a whirl!   Myon.co.uk

Article of The Week – Article 30 – Minority or indigenous groups, culture, language and religion

Hello all,

This week we are exploring Article 30 – Minority or indigenous groups, culture, language and religion.

Exploring this article can help with understanding and empathy with others from different backgrounds. Please work through the slides in the Power Point provided. You will only need a pencil and paper for this activity,

Best wishes,

 

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