Welcome to the Kingfisher Class page!
This page will be updated with photos, news, events, useful resources and links.
Kingfisher Class is taught by Miss Inkpen.
Hello Kingfishers and welcome to the 'Home Learning' section of our class page. This area will be updated regularly with suggestions of things to do whilst you are learning from home.
If you have any questions or would like to share anything with us, then please email the school office.
To start I have attached the Home Learning ideas sent home in packs last week. The activities suggested should cover weeks beginning 23/03/20 and 13/04/20. These learning ideas are all linked to our project 'The Scented Garden'.
Please continue to read daily, go on 'Mathletics', 'Timestable Rockstars', 'Phonics Play', 'Phonics Bloom', 'The Literacy Shed' and 'Top Marks'.
Should the school remain closed, then please check the class page for further weeks of learning.
Look after yourselves and stay safe!
Kingfisher Class Update: Friday 27th March
Thank you to those of you who are working hard on your Mathletics and Times Table Rockstar tasks! It is great to see how much you are completing.
Today I received an email from William and Emily, who have been busy whilst learning at home. William has enjoyed carrying out his bug hunt in the lovely summer weather. Well done William!
Enjoy the Easter break everyone!
Kingfisher Class Update: Wednesday 25th March
Good afternoon Kingfishers.
What a lovely sunny day! It's been perfect for our project work for 'The Scented Garden'.
I have had a busy morning marking your stories and they have really made me smile - thank you for always working so hard!
It really would be lovely to hear from you, to see how you are getting on and what you have been up to. So if you have anything you would like to share with the class, please send it in an email to email@example.com
It would be great to see the learning you are doing at home.
Enjoy the rest of your day!
Kingfisher Class Update: Tuesday 24th March
Hello Kingfishers – I hope you are all well and keeping busy at home. Today I have been busy looking at your quizzes and I am really impressed! You have all worked really hard throughout the last week of school and should be really proud of yourselves. Keep up the excellent work at home. I hope you are finding the packs and resources useful when organising your day.
If you have anything you would like to share with the class, please send it in. It would be great to see the learning you are doing at home, whether it's you: working hard on your packs; doing some exercise; helping around the house; cooking or something you have made that you are proud of.
Finally, below is a link to the 'Joe Wicks Kids Workout.' It’s live every weekday at 9am but you can watch it anytime.
Have a go and start your day with some exercise at home.
Children's Mental Health Week - February 3rd-9th
'Find Your Brave!'
This week the children have been talking about: resilience; perseverance; having a growth mindset; being positive and how to over come challenges and find ways to get out of the 'learning pit/dip'.
Everyday, we have watched a 'Dojo' clip of the character 'Mojo' who over came different challenges and learnt new ways to persevere and try again.
The children had great fun creating their own animal stories, inspired by 'Giraffes Can't Dance - by Giles Andreae'.
On Friday the children all enjoyed a Yoga session with Abi.
Towers, Tunnels and Turrets!
This term our new topic 'Towers, Tunnels and Turrets'. The children have already been learning about different castles from across the ages and can identify and name key features. We will be deepening our knowledge of towers and tunnels in the next few weeks and will keep you informed about our next express event.
During the first term, the class worked well to create different foods, research healthy diets and find out about foods from around the world.
Thank you to all the people who came to visit the class during our express event! They absolutely loved sharing their work with you can are looking forward to doing this again in the spring term with our next topic.
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