Hope you're all okay and keeping safe!
I thought I'd show you some of my top highlights from the week!
Here are my Top 4 Highlights:
1. I played noughts and crosses with my puppy (and won!!).
2. I cooked a nice, healthy meal!
3. I planned lots of exciting lessons with a fluffy, sleepy friend!
4. I made a collage of a rainbow to brighten up the neighbourhood.
I hope you are all keeping well and making memories with your families! I miss you all lots!!
What have you achieved this week? What photographs can you take and turn into a picture collage?
I can't wait to see them and hear all about your highlights!
Love Miss Johnson x
If you have nearly finished the packs which we sent home, maybe you could have a go at producing a 'Project on a Page!'
These look absolutely amazing and you could base them around any theme that you would like to! Adding pictures and lots of colour make them really interesting to look at too!
Here is an example:
Some themes you could write about are:
English: Your favourite author and their books with book reviews, find an image and write poems based on it or create your own character and create a whole life for them
Maths: As much as you can remember about fractions, time or each method
Science: The Circulatory System, Electricity or Light
History: WWII, The Battle of Hastings, Evacuation
Geography: Countries around the world, Recycling or Rivers around the world
Art: Choose your favourite artist and try and recreate some of their artwork
D.T: Find some recycling junk and create a masterpiece
Wolverhampton Wanderers FC Colouring Pages:
I have also found the best colouring pages in the world! Wolves have released their very own colouring pages and I thought I'd put them here just in case anyone would like to colour them in beautifully! If you do colour any in, they would look fantastic on our classroom notice board!
I've found some scavenger hunts you could do while you're at home! Once you have completed them, make sure you tidy up and put all of the items back away!
This week in English, we were going to be writing setting descriptions about a video from Literacy Shed. Here is a link to the video if you would like to watch it and have a go at a brilliant setting description!
Plazoom English Home Learning Pack Year 5 and 6
We have sent lots of Maths work home with you in your packs but here are some websites you could use!
Times Table Rockstars - I have set up challenges so you can compete against each other! https://ttrockstars.com/
Hit the Button
Other Curriculum Subjects:
Blue Peter Badge Challenge!
On Friday 13th March, we all took part in Sport Relief!
We started the day by writing up our report linked to our Sport Relief Quidditch that we played yesterday...
Then, we participated in a carousel of sporting activities around the playground where we took part in activities such as relay races, javelin throwing and penalty shootout...
We then completed a Maths activity where we had to place the footballs in the correct place on the football pitch... Finally, we ended the day with a 'Danceathon' where we all went onto the playground and danced for an hour! Even though the weather was not very kind to us, everyone was still absolutely brilliant!
British Science Week
On Wednesday 11th March, we celebrated British Science Week by linking it to our electricity learning for the term!
Our question was:
Can we make objects move without using our hands?
We made a prediction...
We carried out different investigations using balloons, polystyrene plates, pieces of paper and cloths... We then wrote a conclusion from our investigation...
World Book Day
On Thursday 5th March, we celebrated World Book Day!
We visited four different classrooms where we took part in four different activities all linked to Harry Potter!
We started off with a Maths activity linked to co-ordinates on the Marauder's Map...
Then, we completed an Art activity linked to the wonderful scenery of Hogwarts...
Christmas Week 2019!
For our last week of the Autumn Term, we had lots of fun to get us in the Christmas spirit!
We started off by making wonderful cards and calendars...
On Tuesday, we had a lovely Breakfast with Santa where we watched a Christmas film and ate lots of breakfast goodies...
On Wednesday, we had a trip to Merry Hill Cinema where we watched Elf! We had the comfortable, recliner seats and lots of snacks too! It was an amazing Christmas treat!
On Thursday, we decorated place mats and had our Christmas Party!
We played lots of party games and ate lots of delicious food!
We even had a special visit from Santa who bought us lovely presents!
We finished Christmas week with Toy Day and a Harry Potter film with popcorn! What a fantastic week!
Well done Snape Class, a super first term in Year 6!!
Merry Christmas everyone!
Children in Need
On Friday 15th November, we wore pyjamas to school to raise money for Children in Need. Snape class raised £25.50.
Well done everyone!
We then put all of our worries into our worry bag which we are going to have in our classroom from now on. We have got paper by the side of it to add any extra worries that we have.
On Thursday 26th October, we celebrated Languages Day! We spent the afternoon looking at ways to say hello in different languages!
We then looked at the different flags for the different countries and drew them onto our poster!
A brilliant way to celebrate Languages Day Snape Class, well done!
Healthy Schools Week!
For Healthy Schools Week, all of our English work was based around instructions and how to keep ourselves healthy!
On Friday, we decided to make sure we ate our five a day and the whole class prepared their own fruit salad! Mrs Kirkham started off by cutting the skin off the pineapple and the melon and then everyone had a go at preparing fresh fruit which included: banana, strawberries, grapes, apples, kiwi and oranges!
The whole class were super at cutting up the fruit so that there was enough for everyone!
Well done Snape Class!
Rock Steady Assembly!
On Thursday 12th September, Ben came in from Rock Steady to teach all us about different electric instruments!
He showed us the electric guitar, the electric drum kit and the electric keyboard and we all sang different songs and joined in with the different rhythms!
On Wednesday 18th September, Rock Steady came back to visit our school where different children had the opportunity to go up on to the stage to play the different instruments!
We had Lola on the drums, Mason on the electric guitar, Shadane and James on the keyboard and then Luke and Isabelle on the vocals!
A letter has now gone out with extra information about children who would like to participate in Rock Steady lessons! Make sure you enrol online if you would like to!
Snape Class 2018-2019
Tuesday 4th December - Parents' Evening
Wednesday 5th December - Parents' Evening
Mondays and Tuesdays
Homework is given to children on a Friday and should be back in school by the following Wednesday.
Every week we celebrate our successes by having a Writer and Reader of the Week, Maths Mind, Sports Player and a VIP!
Our congratulations this week goes to...
VIP - Kamil
Maths Mind - Leah
Writer of the Week - Kirstie
Sports Player of the Week - Safian