Welcome to St Margaret’s online learning updates!
Firstly, thank you for your patience and understanding whilst staff organise work for children to complete during school closure. This class page will provide all the resources you will need to enable your child to continue to develop their learning.
As a school we will be providing: one Maths, one English, one SPAG (spelling, punctuation and grammar) or Phonics every day for the children to complete. We would also like children to have the opportunity to complete an RE (religious education) and Topic (geography, history or science) once a week (where possible). In terms of daily exercise, Joe Wicks will be providing free workouts on youtube every morning at 9am.
Children have been provided with resource packs, which include: a workbook, a pencil and a rubber as necessities. You may use these resources to support the learning or use your own equipment, if you wish.
As teachers are still providing education online, all teaching staff will be available to contact via email between the hours of 8.30am and 4pm. Staff will be more than happy to respond to any questions or concerns. The class teachers email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
We thank you for your continued support in this unprecedented times.
For any extra help or support in maths, please use this link: https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/
It provides videos and extra worksheets for year 3 and 4!
UPDATE: 24.3.20: On the school wesbsite, if you follow 'Our learning' and then 'A guide for parents on the curriculum', you will find a range of links to support home learning for reading, spelling and phonics!
Along with the maths work, please find attached an answer sheet to check through the work that is done at home.
Welcome to the St Margaret's Class page!Keep checking this class page to see all of the fun things we have been getting up to in school.
These are the Year 3 and 4 statutory spellings that the children are recommended to know by the end of Year 4.
During Science and Maths, we were investigating the strength of different materials when designing a bridge. The children were given cardboard, string and sellotape to make their bridges, then they were giving one of card, wood, cardboard, polystyrene, plastic and sponge. We then placed weights on top of the bridges to see how much they could hold!
St Margaret's had a fantastic day celebrating World Book Day, with all the class dressing up as a range of characters from different books!
As part of our topic 'Roaming Romans' we travelled over to Yorkshire Museum to take part in a Roman Day. This involved looking around the Roman exhibit, A day in the life of Roman workshop and A Roman Legionnaire Workshop!
Mount Pleasant Road, Pudsey, LS28 7AZ
Tel: 0113 256 5407
Fax: 0113 255 7449
Email: email@example.comHeadteacher: Miss C Gardner
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Diocese of Leeds