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Welcome to Badgers!
 

Welcome to Badgers Class page.  The children in Badgers are in years 5 and 6 (aged 9-11 years) their teacher is Miss Ayers and their teaching assistant is Mrs. Pearson.

 

Welcome Back Year 6!

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Chapter 4

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Goodnight Mister Tom - Chapter 3

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Chapter 2 - Goodnight Mister Tom

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Weekly Class Newsletter

 

 

MAY READING CHALLENGE

Get an adult at home to sign your bingo square once you have completed that reading task.  Will you be able to get a full house across the month? Remember to update Miss Ayers with how you are getting on.

Keeeeeep reading!

 

Read and memorise a poem, then perform it to someone at home to make them smile

 

Read the instructions to a game so you can play it

 

Read a recipe in order to bake something tasty

 

Design a new front cover for a book that you have read

 

Design a Top Trumps card for a character from a book you have read – what are their strengths and weaknesses?

Write a new blurb for a book you have read – summarise it without giving too much away

 

Read with expression – give different characters different voices

 

Read something that arrived in the post

 

Read a non-fiction book based around your current class topic or something which interests you

Read in an unusual place and take a photo of yourself doing this

 

Read an appropriately ages news / magazine article or comic

 

Pick up the phone and read to a relative – it could be a poem or some jokes

Read in the dark with a torch

 

Read a page of your book in your funniest voice

 

Read to a pet or one of your teddies

 

Draw and label a character from the book you are reading – feelings, physical description and their personality

Read wearing your favourite pyjamas

 

Listen to an audiobook or a story on a CD/MP3

 

Read a book by your favourite author

 

Read for 30 minutes

 

Recommend a book you enjoyed to a friend or family member

 

Write a letter to a friend or family member telling them about a book you have read recently

Read to a younger or older sibling or another family member 3 times

 

Explore a picture book and then create your own story for it

 

Play ‘Pass the Book’ – on a given word or signal, change the person who is reading

A message from Mrs Macey

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A message from Miss Ayers

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Online safety during home learning

Below are links to websites which have a variety of activities you can complete with your children during the home learning time to remind them of the importance of being safe online and how to stay safe.

 

www.internetmatters.org 

www.saferinternet.org.uk

https://www.childnet.com/resources/online-safety-activities-you-can-do-from-home/for-7-11-year-olds-

This link has a variety of activities you can complete including creating a family agreement, taking part in online safety quizzes (which could be done individually or in a competitive situation to make it more fun), and an activity to explore screen time and finding a balance.

 

Support for parents/ carers:

https://www.net-aware.org.uk - This website gives specific guidance on apps or popular trends (ie Tiktok, Houseparty  etc). You can search specific apps and it gives them a suitability rating and gives advice on how to make the app ‘safer’.

https://www.nspcc.org.uk/keeping-children-safe/online-safety/

Advice on particular topics (internet gaming, internet assisted devices etc.)

https://www.childnet.com/parents-and-carers/parent-and-carer-toolkit

A toolkit with advice on how to tackle tricky conversations

BADGERS CLASS POWERPOINT WILL BE EMAILED OUT TODAY -23.03.2020
School is open for keyworker children. Home Learning for children is updated each day and can be found on the class pages. Take care and Stay Safe.
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