Welcome to Peacocks Class Page
Peacocks 1 Peacocks 2
Miss L Cambridge-King - Class Teacher Mrs C Filtness - Class Teacher
Mrs K Stephens - Specialist TA Mrs A Bilis - Specialist TA
Mrs A Withers - Teaching Assistant Mrs K Overd - Teaching Assistant
Mrs N Morris - Teaching Assistant Miss P Griffee - Teaching Assistant
Remember, try to read with your parents at least once a day, and practice those spellings and times tables too! You have all your logins for the websites we use, such as Purple Mash, Sum Dog and Times Tables Rockstars. I have set different work on Sum Dog and Times Tables Rockstars, and I have set you some "To do" work on Purple Mash
See below for a list of websites and online resources that you can access, as well as some files you can download to help with your work.
The sector-led Oak National Academy has launched its online classroom and resource hub. The Academy offers 180 video lessons each week for you to access across a broad range of subjects. The lessons cover children in Reception through to Year 10 and are free to use. It can be accessed through the following link:
The BBC has launched an education package across TV and online, featuring celebrities and teachers, helping to keep children learning at home and supporting parents. BBC Bitesize can be accessed through the following link:
Home learning WB 13th July
This is it! The last week of the school year. The year has gone so quickly, and the last few months have been hard for everyone but I am very, very proud of you and what you have all achieved!
I imagine you have all seen my Zoom invite for Thursday - it will be a nice chance to have a quick catch up with you and your parents before the 6 week summer holiday, and to say goodbye to the students who are sadly leaving us! You might also want to say goodbye to Mrs Poynton who is sadly leaving us on Friday too. The class will be different in September as we will be welcoming 4 new students in to Peacocks 1 which is exciting :)
Have a really good last week!
Home learning WB 6th July
Can you believe we are in July? Only this week and next, and that is the end of another school year! I have emailed your school reports out this afternoon, so speak with your parents and they';ll be very pleased to read about what fantastic work you have done between September and now.
Here are your home learning tasks for the week beginning 6th July. It seems like we have been learning like this for a long time, so well done for all your fantastic work, and keep it up :)
Remember, learning also means cooking, or accepting a change in routine. It can be learning a trick on a trampoline, or riding your bike without stabilisers. It might be choosing to read a book before bedtime, or helping fold the laundry. Learning comes in many, many forms, and I have seen some beautiful examples on Tapestry over the last few weeks.
Miss Cambridge-King :)
Picture of the Week
Have a look at the picture. See if you can answer some questions about it, or ask your parents questions. Use it to write a story, or to tell a story.
Websites and online resources for learning
Here is a selection of websites and online resources you can easily access at home.
Phonics Play - games to aid phonic development
BBC Bitesize - resources, activities and daily lessons
Go Noodle - movement and activity
Purple Mash - a range of learning tasks
Times Table Rockstars - a great way to practice those tables
Sum Dog - maths and spellings
Oddizzi - geography resources
Phonics Bloom - some fab games for phonic development
Joe Wicks - The Body Coach PE - daily exercise sessions
Maddie Moate - YouTube science
Edinburgh Zoo Live Webcams - Different webcams from around the zoo
Oxford Owl E-Books - a fantastic range of E-Books
Book Trust - lots of books, games, activities and quizzes
ICT Games - English and maths games
Cool Maths - maths and puzzle games
World of David Walliams - daily story reading
The National Theatre Online - weekly streaming of plays and performances
The British Museum - virtual museum tour
The National History Museum - lots to explore and discover
Science Museum - games, activities and ideas for home
Scratch - coding
Dance Mat Typing - touch typing practice
The Literacy Shed - lots of lovely resources to aid literacy and writing
MyON - lots of lovely reading resources, and even a joke section!
This is a very strange time for everyone, and children might struggle to find the words to express how they are feeling.
Here is the link to our school well being page, which has some links and resources to help your children in these trying times.