This is Seedlings page for work while school is closed. On here every school day will be an updated pdf document with work on it for your children to do.
Our class email address: email@example.com This is to send any completed work, ask questions and support. I will respond as soon as I can. Please email if you require any support with the work.
Hello Seedlings! What a beautiful day it was yesterday. Thank you for sending me your work. I love to see what you're doing at home.
Later today I will try to upload a video showing the changes for coming to school on Wednesday. If your child is returning tomorrow then please take a look with them so you both know what to expect on arrival at school.
I will keep posting daily lessons for those of you not attending school. Please keep emailing to let me know how you're getting on. If your child is attending school you do not need to access the home learning.
If you would like to write to the Seedlings send it to me and I can upload it here.
Wash Your Hands
Great work for English. Thank you for sending me your posters. I have printed them all out and displayed them in school ready for when the children return. I wonder where yours is?
North - East - South - West
What saying will you use to remember the compass points?
Bailey's direction maze
VEday - 75thAnniversary
Look at our wonderful gallery of VE day posters. Well done everyone who shared their beautiful work.
Reading at home
Did you know that the Oxford Owl has got loads of free resources on their website. You just have to register as a parent. The phonics books are on there and the sounds cards - just the same as you use in school.
There's also a lovely Winnie The Witch and Wilburstory about the Corona Virus.
Thank you to Alfie & Mrs Bearham for these top tips.
I'd love to see what you're reading. Send me a picture of you with your best books and write or draw a picture to go with it.
Lorna's best book
Alfie's Beast Quest
Alfie's book review
Guess who's favourite book?
Vinnie loves Thor
Lily-Mae loves a traditional story
Jack loves non-fiction
Eloise loves non-fiction
Jake - non fiction
Jack's fiction book
Eloise's best book
PSHE - Living in the Wider World
What a lot of fun you had with PSHE lessons.
Monday -you thought about how other people have needs and set up some great role play.
Tuesday - people who are special to me - beautiful community tree drawings.
Wednesday - places that are special for me - enjoying the outdoors.
Thursday - where do we get money from and what's it for? Some fantastic shop play.
Friday - earning and spending money.
Dr Vinnie in the house.
Vet Harry with his assistant Reuben looking after a poorly chicken.
Eloise caring for her pet dog.
Freya and Ethan looking after animals.
Alfie and Harvey working together at the vets.
Vinnie's family & friends' tree
Freya's community tree
Reuben's family tree.
Reuben helping the real vet on his farm.
Eloise's community tree
Jack's community tree
Jacob's special person tree
Lorna's community tree
Oliver's community tree
Jake's community tree - with his wonky fringe and black eye!
Vinnie & Apollo in their special place.
Oliver & George working together to make a double digger.
Alfie's community tree with a nest at the top.
Noah's community tree.
Freddie's tree made with his sister Sophie.
Jolly's Bottom - Alfie B's special place.
Vinnie's icecream shop
Vinnie selling icecreams
Any one for icecream? They're on sale at Vinnie's house!
Jack's fish and chip shop
Eloise's horse accessory shop
Oscar's shop play
PSHE - Jobs at Home & House Rules
What jobs are done at home? Who does them? What do you do to help at home?
What house rules did you come up with?
Vinnie pegging washing
Oscar feeding chickens
Lorna helping everywhere!
Eloise washing the car.
Harry's house rules
Jacob's house rules
Freya's house rules
Vinnie's house rules
Alfie's house rules
Noah's house rules
Lorna's house rules
Reuben helping daddy
SCIENCE - shadows
Even though the sun didn't shine much, you still managed to have a lot of fun with the shadows for Science. Take a look at the shadow puppet show from Eloise.
Vinnie experimenting with shadow
Jack's indoor shadow experiment
Eloise shadow drawing
Vinnie's indoor shadow drawings
How to make an indoor lightbox. Brilliant Freya!
Lorna has been looking at the shadow throughout the day.
Jake - of course!
Fred and mummy
Indoor shadow fun
Science & Geography
Well done everyone for your geography and science work. I thought you did a great job with the weather reporting and telling Aippaq what Cornwall is like. I am learning a lot about the Arctic and your ice sculptures are incredible.
Some great examples from our Seedling Scientists. Thank you.
Harry's ice train
Eloise Arctic fox
Alfie's arctic scene
Oscar' ice sculpture
Lorna's colourful ice scene
Jack with his ice pick
Vinnie's Arctic scene
Freya feeling proud
Thank you for sending me pictures of your brilliant work at home. You are the best!
Vinnie's Fact Box
Jack's iceberg and boat
Eloise's Polar Bear Facts
Bailey's edible animals
Harry's incredible globe
Privacy and cookies policy
Last Edited: 23rd May 2018
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Last Edited: 23rd May 2018
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