I hope you are all well. I’ve been making calls again this week- it’s been lovely to speak to you again. Any children I haven’t called this week I’ll be calling in the next couple of weeks. Mums and dads you should be receiving an email regarding a Zoom meeting I’m setting up for next Wednesday afternoon. You may already be familiar with Zoom but if not you can download it for free on a phone or tablet or access it on your computer by searching for zoom. Once you have emailed me your interest in taking part in the meeting I will email you the time along with the meeting ID and password. You just need to click onto ‘join meeting’ and add these in. There will be time to do a ‘Show and Tell’ and I’ll read the children a chapter from ‘The World’s Worst Teachers’.
Regarding home learning, there are still lots of packs in the school office- these are there for those children who haven’t collected their second pack. I have added some links below- there is another Talk for Writing pack, links to the RWI daily lessons as well as the link to the BBC Bitesize daily lessons which will be particularly useful for maths. I’ve also added another 3 weeks of the weekly learning activities. There’s also the life skills experience sheet you can work on. Remember you don’t need to be doing lots of work- little and often is best.
Hello Year 2!
Just a little message from Miss Doran.
I am missing you all greatly, it was wonderful to speak to most of you over the last couple of weeks. I will be calling again soon for another catch up. I hope you're all staying safe and keeping well- remember to stay at home.
I have added some more links onto this class page. Bitesize are from this week doing daily lessons for most year groups, the link on this page will directly take you to the Year 2 page. For those children who are currently on our phonics programme (RWI), there are daily phonics lessons, I've added the link to that YouTube page too. For maths, in particular, I'm finding the White Rose maths very helpful, the link for that is below too. There is also a link to 3 daily lessons from the government, the link will take you to Oak National Academy.
Don't worry if you're not doing work daily, the most important thing is that you are safe and well. Enjoy this time with your families- read books together, watch films, bake cakes, make a den, get creative! All of those things we don't always get to do.
Remember that although school may be closed for the majority of you, all the staff at St. Osburg's are thinking about you all of the time. Parents if you need any support or have any queries the school office is still open.
Take care and hopefully Mrs Blow and myself will see you soon!