Final Online Learning Activities Update!
Times Table Rockstars!
So we finished the year in positions 1, 3, 6 and 7. Well done Elder Class. Remember how important knowing your times tables and corresponding division facts is.
We finished the year in 3rd place! Well done Elder Class!
Looking at the report, it doesn't look like many of you have accessed myon - we are hoping that it is because you have such well stocked home libraries! If you do run out of books to read over the summer, please do log on. You can access lots of fiction and non-fiction texts.
In order to log on over the summer, follow the instructions below:
Why not carry on reading the texts below. Remember, Mrs Murray has kindly written a guide to using QR codes in case you don't know how to access them.
Most mobile phones and tablets automatically have a QR code scanner built into their camera. If this is the case, just open the camera on your phone, as if you are going to take a picture, and aim it at the QR code (black and white square). The phone camera will focus in on the code (this can take up to a few seconds) and will then open the internet page/app etc. that the QR code is linked to.
If you do not have a QR scanner inbuilt in your phone or device, simply download a QR scanner app from your app store such as: • Kaspersky’s QR code reader and scanner • NeoReader Barcode Scanner • Bar-Code reader • QR code reader by Scan Once you have the app, open it up and align the scanning camera with the QR code and, just like through the camera, it will take you to the link within the code.
Take a break activities!
Action for Happiness
Today's activity is brilliant! Think about the best thing that could happen. What do you think? We think that the possibilities for you all are endless and we think that the best thing that can happen is for you all to have a happy and healthy summer break - ready for High School in Serptember!
Transition - Emotional Health and Well-Being
We are going to leave the following links and videos up all summer. They were sent to us by our school nurse and they will make you think about the emotional and physical changes that you might go through over the summer and your transition to High School.
Maths and English
Please find below a number of Maths and English activities to complete over the next 2 days - we hope you don't think that we are being 'mean' by giving you these! (There's a clue to a Maths activity there!)
You will all be familiar with 'Espresso' that we use in school for support with English, Maths and other subjects, as well as our weekly news. You can now access Espresso at home by going to www.discoveryeducation.co.uk Click on the small login button at the top, then select Espresso, and enter:
Pupil username: student20083
Pupil password: lander
Class reader - The Hobbit by J.R. Tolkien
We hope that you enjoyed our class novel. Why not read it over the summer if you haven't already!
Year 6 visit to Crosby Lakeside - Scrambler Bike initiative - Friday 13th September 2019.
As part of the Merseyside Police Scrambler Bike Project, Year 6 visited Crosby Lakeside to participate in a number of team building and individual sporting activities. We had a great day taking part in kayaking, raft building, dodgeball, archery and rock climbing. As always, we participated with enthusiasm and determination. Well done Elder Class!
A Day in Politics - Enabling Enterprise Day - Thursday 18th October 2019.
Our recent challenge day explored the world of politics! We worked in teams to come up with our own manifestos, party names, logos and posters. At the end of a hard day’s work we presented our ideas in a mini election. All our teams were brilliant; working with creativity, confidence, positivity and determination. Our elected winners of the day were The House of Elder - well done!
Enabling Enterprise Visit - Bruntwood, Liverpool - Friday 19th October 2019.
As a school we have been part of the Enabling Enterprise initiative for a number of years. We take on challenge days to develop a number of skills, with the view to give the pupils an insight into the world of work and working collaboratively on a project. The skills we work on are listening, presenting, problem solving, creativity, staying positive, aiming high, leadership and teamwork. As part of our experience, we were able to visit a business in Liverpool and we loved having the opportunity to work with people from the business as well as creating our very own towers - we were very persuasive, enthusiastic and creative! Thank you for having us for the day Bruntwood; the history of the property and range of businesses that use your building in the Cotton Exchange is amazing!