Year 4 - Ruby

EXTREME READING! Don't forget to have a go at reading in unusual places- up a tree, on the shed roof, in the under stairs cupboard! Send me your pictures and I will announce a winner on World Book Day on Thursday March 4th. (All entries to be received by March 3rd)

Daily zooms

 

Please continue to join me every week day morning at 9 for a little run through of the day's learning and a well-being chat. You can continue to use the previous link sent to you via email until further notice. Also don't forget to join us on Thursday at 10 for our big dress up zoom! The link has been sent to you. 

 

Competition time! 

Enter our World Book Day competition for a chance to win over £300 worth of Crayola arts and crafts goodies! 

With restricted opening for schools, World Book Day on Thursday 4th March 2021 is going to be a little different this year. Coram Life Education’s sister charity, Coram Beanstalk, is working in partnership with Very.co.uk to launch a new activity to engage and bring together children across the country on World Book Day.
 
Rather than dressing up as their favourite book character we’re encouraging children to draw or make (using arts and crafts) their favourite book character.
 
Parents and carers can enter their children’s pictures into the competition via social media. There are some wonderful prizes for children up for grabs, thanks to support from Crayola.

  
To enter the Coram Beanstalk and Very ‘World Book Day’ competition, just:

  • Draw, paint or craft a favourite book character
  • Post a picture of the masterpiece on social media on Thursday 4th March
  • Don’t forget to use #VeryWBD and tag @beanstalkreads so we can find every entry for the World Book Day competition and share as part of our virtual gallery!

 

Assemblies

Also, if you go to 'children, school videos' on the home page of our school website there is a new assembly from Reverend Matt  for you to watch. smiley

Music

Mrs Foster-Bazin has also included some lovely songs on the music page to support mental health week, feel free to take a look. laugh

 

Also, Sing Up and Out of the Ark have singing resources for parents. Websites are below if you would like to include music as one of your home learning activities  

 

https://www.singup.org/singupathome

 

https://www.outoftheark.co.uk/ootam-at-home/

 

PE

Dear Ruby Class, if you are missing your PE lessons here are some from PH Sports that you might like to try. No parental input needed! (Except maybe getting you to the link below) 

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/PHSportsCoaching

 

 

Stars of the week!

We can't wait to see your child again back in the classroom! We do understand that mixed in with their excitement might be some feelings of nervousness or worry. If we can help reassure, please email and let me know, so we can support them with their return to school.

Please feel free to share this social story with your child if you feel it will support them.

House points

Red- 131

Yellow- 90

Blue- 117

Green-117

Values ambassador!

Ella smiley

Love and Faith

Wellies and PE

Dear Parents, as the weather gets wetter and colder we are finding that the grass area where we have our playtimes is getting muddier. As of 16th November the children will need to wear wellies at lunch and play if they are to be on the grass at all. I understand that playing football in wellies is difficult so if you have a pair of old shoes you don't mind them getting muddy you could send these instead/as well with a quick note in the home school record saying that is what they are for.

 

Also- for PE, your child now needs warm PE kit that they can wear outside, including outdoor PE shoes. Some are still wearing shorts and t-shirt and despite lots of physical activity are still looking a bit chilly... 

 

Thank you in advance for your support

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