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Week beginning 6th July 2020

 

Hello Ash class

 

I hope you are safe and well. The weather has been so miserable this week, I hope you have found lots of things to do whilst it has been raining!

Its been another busy week at school this week teaching lots of you. I do hope you are keeping up the phonics- check out the videos which are in the video centre on the website.

 

Next week's work has been uploaded for you to have a go with some maths and writing as well as continuing to practise your reading.

 

Look after yourselves and stay safe

 

Mrs Koranteng

 

Week beginning 29th June 2020

 

Hello Ash class,

 

How are you all? What super weather we have had this week! I have had a fun week with the children in school, we have been really busy with our learning!

It has been great to see children sharing their learning on the online sharing platform this week. Don't forget you can still add a photo of your work or you could write about what you have been learning at home and share this with your class friends and teachers.

Next week's work has been added to the class page here - it is a great story this week: 'Oliver's Vegetables'. Have you ever grown your own vegetables?  I hope you enjoy the story!

 

Take care and stay safe Ash class.

Mrs Koranteng

Week beginning 22nd June 2020

 

Hello Ash class,

How are you all? I hope you have been finding things to do in this miserable weather?

I have been recording your phonics for you and the sessions are on the website, so please take some time to watch them. Don't forget, you can now share your learning on the online platform for teachers and children to see. It would be great to see what you have been doing.

Next week's home learning has now been uploaded - I hope you find the story of Zog interesting!

Take care and keep safe!

 

Mrs Koranteng

Week beginning 15th June 2020

 

Hello Ash class

 

Wow, what a busy week it has been. Its been lovely seeing some of you in school this week and also some of the lovely photos on the new online learning platform. It has been great to see what you have been up to at home.

 

Next week's work has been uploaded below, I hope you enjoy the story this week!

Take care  and hope to see you soon!

 

Mrs Koranteng

Week beginning 8th June 2020

 

Hello Ash Class,

 

I hope you are all well? It was lovely to see so many of you back in school today. I hope you are all still working hard at home and behaving for your parents?

I have uploaded next week's learning on our webpage for you to have a go at home. 

Don't forget to check out the phonics videos which I have put up for you to practise your phonics.

Did you have a go at this week's quiz? how did you get on? Did you see a familiar face asking the questions!

 

Take care Ash class.

Mrs Koranteng

Week beginning 1st June 2020

 

Hello Ash Class.

 

I hope you have all had a lovely half term! Have you been enjoying the sunshine?

Did any of you enter the competitions that were set? If so, I look forward to seeing your entries. 

Here are some more home learning activities to help keep you busy.

Take care.

 

Mrs Koranteng

Week beginning 25th May 2020

 

Hello Ash Class,

Given than next week would be half term, we are not setting our usual work. However, if you would like to keep occupied, and prefer some continued structure, we are posting three competitions for next week.

There will be a mathematics, English and science competition running. You can try as many of them as you like, it is up to you! But please remember to spend some time with your family and enjoy this lovely weather we are having.

All the information for the competitions are below.

Happy Half Term!

Mrs Koranteng

Home Learning 18th May

 

Hello Ash class,

How are you all? I have been in school this week teaching with Mrs Kemp and Mrs Sayer. We have enjoyed learning about clouds, writing and filming weather reports and even making some rain clouds.

Mrs Kemp and I have been recording some videos to help you practise your phonics. Hopefully they will be on the website soon.

Take care and keep busy!

 

Mrs Koranteng

Week beginning 11th May 2020

 

Hello Ash Class,

How are you all? I hope you are enjoying the home learning challenges that are being set each week. Please keep practising your letter and number formation. Try sounding out and writing words and using your blending skills to read. Make sure you are taking time to do fun things with your families too.

 I look forwards to seeing you all soon.

 

Mrs Koranteng

Week Beginning 4th May 2020

 

Hello Ash Class,

 

I hope you are all well and happy. Are you being well-behaved and kind for your families?

I am missing you all and can't wait for the day when we are back together having fun in school. Here are some more learning activities for you to try at home.

 

Take care

 

Mrs Koranteng

Week Beg: 27th April 2020

 

Hello Ash Class,

I hope you and your families are all keeping well and enjoying the sunshine. I loved speaking to lots of you last week and hearing about what you have been up to. Did the rest of you hear the messages I left?

Here are some more learning ideas to help you keep your brains active and strong.

Mrs Koranteng

Hello Awesome Ash Class,

I hope you all had a lovely Easter? Did you go on an Easter Egg Hunt around your house or garden? I'm sure you had lots of yummy Easter eggs and now are ready for some more fun learning!

 

I have uploaded next week's activities, I hope you try some of them and find them fun?

Please keep safe and remember to wash your hands!

 

From 

Mrs Koranteng

Easter Holidays

Given that next week is the start of the Easter holidays, we will only be posting material for one of those weeks. This is to enable you some continued structure, should you desire this, but to also allow all families time to spend together during what would usually be a time without any school work.

Happy Easter from all the Rucstall Primary School Team! 

Hello Ash Class,

 

I hope you and your families are all well. Are you keeping busy and looking after each other?

I have been at home with my family this week but will be back at school for Key worker children on Monday. We have been enjoying the sunshine in the garden and my daughter keeps beating me at board games!

I’ve put together some home learning ideas to keep your brains growing while you’re at home. Keep practising your phonics, letter/number formation and your reading, writing and maths skills.

 

I am so proud of you all and look forward to seeing you soon.

 

Mrs Koranteng

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