End of the year
I have uploaded your final tasks to the blog as today is the last day you would be in school. I'm sorry that this year ended the way that it did and that I haven't been able to see you all for a long time but I just wanted to say how proud I am to have taught all of you. You have all coped so well through this difficult time and I'm very lucky that I had the opportunity to be your teacher. Thank you for all of your hard work and for making me smile so much. I hope to see each of you in September!
Miss Robinson x
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Final reminder - class photos!
If you would like your child to be included in our class photo, I need you to email me a picture of your child by the end of today. At the moment, I have received pictures for half of the class and it would be so lovely to have everyone included!
Please email the pictures to:
Also thank you so much for sending me pictures of your child's home learning. It has made me feel so much more in touch with them, seeing what they have been doing!
Thank you for all of your support,
Daily activities 19/06/20
Class photo reminder!
Tomorrow is the deadline to send me a picture of your child to be included in our class photo.
Please send the pictures to:
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The deadline to send a picture of your child (shoulders and head) to the class email address is FRIDAY 19TH JUNE (this Friday). If you would like your child to be included in the class picture, I need these images ASAP. As it stands, I have only received a very small amount of pictures.
Please send a picture of your child to:
Thank you all for your support,
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Please remember to send pictures of your daily tasks to:
I'd love to see how well everyone is doing!
Don't forget that a photo of your child for our class picture is needed by this Friday (19th June). It would be lovely to have a picture with everybody in it! Send your picture to the above email address.
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Class photo - urgent
As we obviously can't have our class photos this year, Mrs Hindle is putting together a class photo for each class as a lasting memory of this time!
If you would like to have your child added to their class photo, I need you to send a head shot (from the shoulders up) of your child to firstname.lastname@example.org
(By doing this you are giving your consent to share your child's photo with other parents.)
I would need these no later than FRIDAY 19TH JUNE!
There is no uniform to the image; just send just a clear, smiling head shot of your cherubs! (Please no Snapchat style filters!)
I'm so sorry about the delay getting the email address to you, but finally they are ready!
Please send pictures of your child's completed daily tasks to:
I can't wait to see all of the great learning!
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Hope you’re all well!
As you now know, Mr Partington is leaving us in July.
We would like to make a video for him. It would be brilliant if the children could record a short message for him, no longer than 15 seconds please!
In addition to this we’d like to make Mr Partington a book of memories. If you have a special memory of him please send to us!
Memories and videos to be sent in for Tuesday 30th June to...
Daily activities 10/06/20
As promised, attached above are today's daily activities. As soon as I am given the email address for you to send pictures of your child's learning to, I will update the page with it.
Try your best everyone - just do what you can!
I hope you are all well and not missing coming to school too much. Myself and Miss Hewlett are in contact regularly talking about how we miss you all so much and want things to go back to normal.
I hope you are enjoying completing your home learning and challenging yourselves to learn outside of school. I know this isn't an easy time but try your best with everything - that's all I ever ask! Think of the positives and know that we will get through this. One positive for me is that I will have a very clean house at the end of this!
In the meantime, stay safe, try to get some exercise if you can, be kind like you always are and think of how difficult this is for everyone so be good at home!
In case you all want to show off your times tables at home, the links are below to the songs that we have been practising.
If you need to contact school please use the following email address
And for any pastoral needs please email
Love Miss Robinson and Miss Hewlett.
The water cycle
We had Jayne from United Utilities come to school to teach the children all about the water cycle. What fun we had!
We made torches!
I see angles all around me!
3R have done some incredible learning on angles this week!
Inquisitive Indie from Mad Science came into school to do some exciting learning with the children!
Roman soldier visit!
We had a Roman Soldier visit our school. He taught everyone lots about life as a Roman and let everybody practise different shield formations. It was great fun!
To celebrate Remembrance Day, the children of 3R created artwork around the subject of poppies and wrote acrostic poems using key words such as soldiers, remembrance, poppies, etc.
Parent Celebration - Islamic artwork
We had a topic celebration as we came to the end of our study of skeletons, food groups and Islam. The children have learnt so much and they were keen to show it off! Thank you so much to all of the adults who came to support their learning in school. Comments from parents were very positive including:
“I enjoyed coming in to see the children’s learning,”
”It was great to have the children’s learning shared with us,”
“I like seeing the learning environment,”
“The session was linked to the current theme and was made into a practical activity,”
Thank you all for coming and for your ongoing support, the children really enjoyed you all coming in.
On yellow day, the children all dressed in yellow to support mental health awareness. We created mental health super heroes, designed comic strips, took part in a live lesson and read stories about mental health.
In numeracy this week, year 3 have begun to learn about division which started with the difficult task of sharing some sweets!
3R have been working really hard in PE to learn different types of passes and use them in games.
How do we survive in different biomes?
We have been learning about different biomes around the world, e.g. rainforests, deserts, tundra, grasslands etc. We have looked at the climates and decided what type of clothing would be appropriate, what animals we may come across and what items we might need to survival.
3R had some really good ideas!