Hi P6, here are your jobs for this week. Mr Thompson and Mr Carson are continually impressed by your independence and responsibility with the task of learning for yourselves, keep it up!
Here are your activities for this week P6, please make sure to get through them!
Good morning all – here is your basic grid for this week. There will be the usual additional items on Teams and SeeSaw plus story time and your choice from the original grid if you are at a loose end!
Here is the Presentation for this weeks Direct Speech work, if you can’t access it on Teams.
Hello all, here is s copy of the learning for this week. Copies have already been shared with children on Teams and SeeSaw, please give them a nudge back into action after their long weekend and before their next long weekend…
Good morning all,
Here is a copy of the P6 work for this week, in addition to the original grids we sent home which are ongoing too. Enjoy another sunny week…I hope.
Welcome back to a strange new term!
Mr Carson and Mr Thompson have been chatting and trying to work out the best way to keep P6 busy learning over the forthcoming weeks, and we hope what we have decided has a mixture of choice, direction and progress.
Each week we will upload a grid of activities to both SeeSaw and Microsoft Teams for the children to access. These will cover a number of curricular areas and will be considered the minimum amount of work expected for that week.
The grids we sent home last term should still have plenty of meat on their bones too, especially considering that some of the activities were intended to be repeatable. These should be used as supplementary tasks for pupils who have completed the weekly grids.
We will expect to see some kind of evidence from every pupil for each activity on the weekly grid, and will be keeping track of what you are up to! Remember, we are not there to “push” you, so your progress and improvement really depends on how much time and effort you put in.
We will also continue to post links to websites full of content and ideas for learning which will usually be optional, but will sometimes be important and expected. We understand internet access is not the same for every pupil but under these circumstances it is important to make some kind of provision for them when possible.
Love Calvin, but don’t be Calvin…
Something for fun!