Chelsea Football Learning Packs

An email from Enzo Benn, Chelsea Football Club’s Sussex schools officer:

 

Please find attached our ‘Extra Time Learning Resource packs’ that have been created by our fantastic education department.

There is a pack for each day of the week (Mon-Fri) which is named after a current Chelsea player.The bite sized packs can be sent to children learning from home or be used for key worker children in school. There is a mixture of theory and practical based learning to be completed which I hope can help in this tough time!

First up on Monday is: Mateo Monday, followed by Tomori Tuesday, Willian Wednesday, Telford Thursday and then finishing with Fran Friday!

Any pictures and small write ups of the children/adults taking part in the programmes please email them into school.

Kind regards

Enzo Benn

 

Please click on the packs below:

Mateo Monday

Tomori Tuesday

Willian Wednesday

Telford Thursday

Fran Friday

Spellings and Literacy Toolkit

Many parents have asked us for more spellings for children to be learning at home. Below is the Key Stage One and Key Stage Two spelling lists.

Please have a look at them and ensure your child is able to spell the Key Stage One Spellings before moving onto the Key Stage Two.

Spellings List 

If you are doing any writing at home, you may want to check through it with school’s  The Literacy Toolkit

 

 

Active Learn Shout Out Year 2

Teachers have access to see who has been logging onto their Active Learn at home.

We would like to give a shout out to some of the pupils who we can see have been logging onto Active Learn this week and completing the games and activities that have been set.

Year 2:

Harry

Liv

Samantha

Leo

Ines

Scarlett

Zackary

Athena

Charlotte

Jack

Jessie

Millie

Ava

Jack

Niah

Ewan

Oscar

Sofia

Pip

Maddie

Jasper

Trystan

Joseph

Active Learn Shout Out Year 1

Teachers have access to see who has been logging onto their Active Learn at home.

We would like to give a shout out to some of the pupils who we can see have been logging onto Active Learn this week and completing the games and activities that have been set.

Year 1:

Lana

Noah

Merryn

Poppy

Sophie

Edward

William

Callum

Ellie

Emilie

Chloe

Clementine

Felix

Sunny

Hugo and Oscar Home Learning

Lots of you have been sending photos of some of the home learning you have been doing at home. We will be sharing these on the News Page of the website to celebrate what is going on at home and hopefully give other parents ideas of activities to do.

Hugo has been marking Teddy’s maths. They keep finding that he’s sneaked downstairs in the night, helped himself to the honey and done some sums- Hugo Marks then, checking his answers by counting out pasta.

Oscar learnt about distance, speed, time calculations Both boys learnt about rainbows by reading and watching online info. Then they made their own rainbow using a mirror and water and also learnt the sign language to It can sing a rainbow’ (thanks to Theresa for the idea for the song) they were so excited to see the rainbow and make it ‘dance’ by wiggling the bowl.

Hugo ran a lesson about toys- they had to hunt for the toys around the house, order them from old to new, and think which toys were best for the environment. Oscar ran a cooking and science lesson- he gathered ingredients he thought might make a cake – which he called ‘isolation cake’. Whilst it was in the oven he read us facts about black holes from his space book. The cakes were somewhat fizzy due to high levels of Baking soda but certainly did rise!

They have had a lovely walk in the sunshine each day and collected things to draw or make prints.

Morgan Learns Roman Numerals

Lots of you have been sending photos of some of the home learning you have been doing at home. We will be sharing these on the News Page of the website to celebrate what is going on at home and hopefully give other parents ideas of activities to do.

 

Here is a photo of Morgan in Year 5 learning Roman Numerals.

African Art Work

On Monday and Tuesday, Key Stage One learned about Africa. They studied where it is was on a world map and explored the similarities and differences between the there and the UK. They did African drumming during their music lesson. They also created wonderful African Art Work.

Accelerated Reader Competition

Your children may have already told you that we have a competition in school between the different classes about how much reading is done.

We as teachers can measure this by the amount of Accelerated Reader Quizzes that are taken and passed. At the moment the totals are:

1st Place – Year 5: 6,255,155 words

2nd Place – Year 4: 3,701,147 words

3rd Place – Year 6: 2,997,317 words

4th Place – Year 3: 2,467,221 words

5th Place – Year 2: 42,323 words (Please note Year 2 have only just started using AR)

It is worth noting that some classes have more children than others and also that younger children may not be reading large books like some of the older children.

Each week we will update the website with how many words each class has read and see who is in the lead. The way to add to your class word count is to read books or go onto Myon and take Accelerated Reader Quizzes on them (Please note these are to be completed independently by the children with no help from adults so that we can gauge their understanding of the text)

Monday 23rd March – Learning at St Philip’s

Today we have been blessed with beautiful sunshine as we begin teaching the children that we have in school.

The children have taken part in the Joe Wicks PE lesson and had their music lessons with Mrs Morris. Key Stage Two Children have started building a model village of Arundel using mapwork, measuring and Design Technology. The Key Stage One children have been studying Africa and have created beautiful African Art Work.

Children have also had the chance to read and quiz using Accelerated Reader.