Thank you to the PTA for our Year 6 Leavers' Hoodies!!
Leavers' Hoodies! If you weren't on the Zoom session on Friday you will have missed the big reveal of the the hoodies!! See the picture below! We will deliver them to you over the next 2 weeks after school. We hope you like them!
It was announced on Zoom on Friday that we have organised a...
Further details will be sent out w/c Monday 13th July about how the event will be organised. For now you need to let us know, either during your zoom session or by email, if you will be attending and your choice of 'Fake-Away'.
The options are
- Pepperoni pizza and chips
- Cheese and tomato pizza and chips
- Chicken nugget and chips.
Drinks and buns will be available on the day too.
We hope you can join us!
Leavers' Song lyrics Year 6 2020
There are courses set out in two parks across Rossendale: one at Whittaker Park (Haslingden Road, BB4 6RE) and the other at Marl Pits (Newchurch Road, Rawtenstall, BB4 7SN), participants can take part in either or both of the parks.
Everyone that enters will receive a certificate. The schools with the most entries (nursery, primary and secondary) will be crowned the overall winners.
To take part, download the ‘Maprunf’ App on your smart phone. You will see that there is a ‘short course’ and a ‘long course’ for both of the parks. The short course is for EYFS up to Year 7.
Your phone will make a sound each time you pass through a control and through the finish line. It will then automatically give you a time. To enter your time, please click on the link: Rossendale Virtual Orienteering Results Form
From Monday 22nd June we are welcoming back those of you that requested to come back to school. Because of this there will be a new routine.
Children coming back to school:
You should arrive in uniform daily at the times set out in the newsletter sent out (it is also below). We will go through our daily routine in class.
Wednesday will be our P.E. day so we are asking you to come to school in your P.E. kit and pumps or trainers on Wednesdays - I will tell you more about this on Monday.
You do not need to bring any pens, pencils or books into school. All you need is your lunch (if you are having a packed lunch). You do not need your book bag or any other bag.
If you have a phone, you will be given a named plastic bag to put it into and it will be stored in the office as usual.
If you have your own gel, you can bring it and put it in your tray and it will stay in school. You will not be able to take it home every day.
You will leave school at 3:15pm through the Key Stage 1 door and walk through the car park.
Children learning from home:
You are still expected to complete the work set out on our class pages (it will be the same work as if you were in school). Because we are back in school, the work will be set for the whole week - so work your way through it knowing where you need to be by the end of the week. You are also expected to attend the zoom meetings. Details of the zoom meeting sessions can be found on this page for my class and Mrs Burns' for her class.
We know that this is a new challenge, we also know just how you brilliant you all have been and know that just as before...
Mr Doidge's Zoom Sessions starting w/c Monday 22nd June
Two emails have been sent out:
1 for Tuesday and Thursdays
1 For Fridays
Copy and paste the relevant link into the browser and enter the password for each session when prompted. These will remain the same for each week. You can access zoom from nearly any device that has internet capability.
These are the days and times for each week:
Tuesday 1.45pm - 2.15pm
Thursday 1.45pm - 2.15pm
Friday 2.30pm - 3pm
Parents, please note the following:
- Make sure your child is logged on 5 minutes before the session is due to start.
Please ensure that your child is sat in a quiet area with a wall immediately behind them. This will avoid other family members being seen or heard by the other children or staff during the session.
Learning from home wc Monday 6th July
Below are the booklets that we will be using in class. We will be working through them and you should too. We know that the answers are also there for you to check your work. Remember you are not helping yourself if you look at the answers before completing each section of work. We trust you to be making the right choice.
If you are struggling, and you have tried your hardest, then drop us an email email@example.com. We will be checking comments but not as often as we have been doing.
If you would like a paper copy of the booklets to use at home then please send us an email and we will have them ready for collection from the school office.
It may be best to download the document to your computer to view it as there are a lot of pages.
You do not need to print it - you can do answer the questions in your home book.
We would like you to complete pages 25-34 this week.
Just as you did with Numeracy, download the file to view it and answer the questions relevant to the texts in your home book.
You should complete:
Literacy - Week commencing 6th July
Please follow the instructions below.
Send your work to firstname.lastname@example.org
Here are a few other activities that we will be completing in school for you to have a go at:
Fancy something different...? Have a go at this and take a pic and send your answers to email@example.com
Year 6 Leavers' Book information, please take a look below.
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Hi Sammy If you want to write your entry in the guest book I can copy it over from there, then I will delete it. Thanks
Hi Helen. The time for Tuesday and Thursday is 1.45-2.15pm
Hi Mr Doidge I can’t seem to find the times for Tuesdays and Thursdays zoom classes could you tell them to me please . Thanks
Excited to see you guys
Hi Lily, hi Travis. Lily, remember all the work on kindness we did? We can help to make the world a kinder place and I am sure you guys will do that! Travis, I am sure you are coming in anyway. We would love to have something that involves all of Year 6 but we have to make sure that you are all safe. We will have to wait and see.
mr d is there going to be something where everyone can come in to school
I have been watching the news about the protest I don’t like how people are fighting with the police and how the police are treating other people.
Hi Mr D, we have had no internet at home for the last couple of weeks and i have missed the year book. Is it still to late or can i send something? Thank you Lucas
Hi Isabelle, I will email over your username and password.
Hello, on Classroom Secret Kids, it won't let me log in and i have tried multiple times but nothing worked. I have written the password correctly, i don't know about the initial of my last name.
Below are a range of websites that you can access. Click on the download button (below the image) and you can click on each image to take you to the website. We are here for you so get in touch if you need help with anything.
Mr Doidge and Mrs Burns
Lancashire Stay In Work Out Programme.
The document below includes some great ideas for games and exercise, Download the document and click on the daily activity link to take you to each activity. Have fun!
If you want to send some finished work in for us to look at, please ask an adult to take a picture and email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
We would love to see your work!
Click on this link to listen to David Walliams reading Spoiled Brad from The Worst Children 2
Tell me what you think about it...
Here is the link that is updated daily:
Some useful links to look at
https://www.mathschase.com/ - maths games
https://artsandculture.google.com/partner/natural-history-museum - take a tour around The Natural History Museum
https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround - good for news, games and quizzes
https://www.britishscienceassociation.org/community-group-activitypacks - Science Activities
https://www.reachoutreporter.com/ - scientific news reports
https://family.gonoodle.com/ - dances to keep children active!
www.nasa.gov/kidsclub - everything you wanted to know about space!