Welcome to Barley Class
Our teachers are Ms Solman, Mrs Tidby and HLTA Mrs Hasted
Weekly Learning - 13th July 2020
Barley Class, it has been so lovely to catch up with lots of you this week and to see and hear about your learning about British Values. Next week our learning is about sport and fitness so rememebr to keep active and healthy throughout the week and attempt some of the tasks in your home learning below.
We miss you all and can't wait to see you all again in September
Home Learning W/b 6th July
Home Learning 29th June 2020
Hello Barley, we hope you are all well and you enjoyed your 70s week. This week our theme is British Values - that means thinking about things that are important to us in Britain, such as democracy, liberty, respect, tolerance and the Rule of Law. We will be focusing on The Law and our Legal System. It will be a good week to ask the opinion of others around you, to listen, to ask questions and to have some good discussions at home.
Home Learning 22nd June 2020
Our focus this week is the very groovy 1970s! There are lots of activities to choose from, so we hope you find some you really enjoy. Our top tip is to talk to as many people as you can (check with your trusted adult first) to find out about life in the 1970s. Yes - even I remember the 1970s: I remember penny sweets that actually cost 1p, singing to Abba, my grandad's car - a Ford Capri - which he loved, flowery wallpaper and very flared trousers. Sometimes people speak of the 1970s as a great decade for children, because they had a lot of freedom and spent a lot of time outside. What do your relatives think?
We are so proud of you all and have loved receiving your letters this week. Keep them coming! Take care Barley and have a great week.
Home learning Week beginning 15th June
Daisy's Animal Hotel
Australia Week - 15th June 2020
Art Week - 8th June 2020
Barley home learning - week beginning 8th June 2020
Charlie's Bee Adventures
1st June 2020
Good morning Barley class and welcome back. We hope you enjoyed a fabulous half term. Your learning this week is detailed in the folder below. There are lots of activities that you can choose from. Try to make sure you work on a good range so choose activities from each of the areas. Our topic this week, is all things ART. We thought you'd love that. We are hoping to create a gallery here in school for when you return. If it's possible, it would be great if you could drop into school your favourite piece of artwork from the week. Make sure it is named, and the safest times to drop them off would be between 10.00 and 2.00 or after school. Just leave them in the front lobby on the red chair. If you can't drop them off, then email a photograph and we will print it for display or you could even post it. Have a fabulous week.
1st June Weekly Learning
Mr White has been looking after Billy whilst the school has been closed. One of his other snails has had babies this week, we thought you'd like to see them
English Activities for the week beginning 18th May 2020
Maths Learning - Week beginning 18th May and 25th May ( Optional)
Topic Work - Week beginning 18th May 2020
Over the next week, and into half term if you wish, continue working on your Ancient Greek Activities. In addition, we have uploaded some RE work - it might be nice to discuss this with your family.
Tuesday 12th May
Today is International Nurses Day, the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale and we are asked at 8.30pm to shine a torch from our windows to recognise the efforts of nurses to tackle Coronavirus.Find out who Florence Nightingale was and what she is remembered for. Good luck, keep a note of this in your exercise book or send evidence back to school.
Tuesday 5th May
Good morning Barley. Firstly, we would like to say a huge WELL DONE and thank you for all the amazing work you have been sending in. We have loved your stories, poems, models and shadows work. We will share them on line. We are having trouble uploading all your videos, so we have saved them all and when we come back we can share them.
We are, as always, very proud - you are all superstars!
We are celebrating VE day on Friday, we have added a few fun resources you might like to do.
War Time Recipes
Morse Code Activity
Make your own bunting
Thursday 30th April
I am regularly asking our lovely vicars if they can say prayers for our children and their families during this time. I am going to be setting up a prayer tree in school where we can hang prayers for members of our community. If you would like to add a prayer to the tree, either send it into school or email it to the office and I will make sure it goes on the tree. Take care, keep smiling and remember your kind words and deeds.
Remember to keep reading everyday if you can. Keep working on your spellings and times tables too.
We are starting a new topic - Ancient Greece. I hope you enjoy it and I can't wait to see the photos of all your hard work.
Letter to Barley parents and carers
Maths Learning Weeks Beginning Monday 4th and Monday 11th May
English Work for week beginning 4th May and 11th May
Topic Work - Ancient Greece
Thursday 23rd April
Good morning Barley. We hope you are enjoying this lovely sunshine and getting on well with your home learning. Today would be a perfect day for the shadows work!
We have added some more photographs and powerpoints - have a look! We have also heard about all the amazing things you've been up to: baking, sewing, bike riding, trampolining, interviewing relatives for your biography, fixing punctures, gardening - the list goes on - it is lovely to hear about all the new skills you are developing!
You may want to look at the BBC website for some extra short films about earth and space: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zk7fy9q
We miss you all very much and are very proud of you. Keep up the good work Barley.
Monday 20th April
Welcome back Barley.
We hope you have enjoyed your Easter holidays - weren't we lucky with the weather!
We have prepared and uploaded two weeks of home learning for you. You will see a timetable below which has suggestions for each day and have also uploaded the resources for your activities.
We have tried hard to include lots of fun activities which we hope you will enjoy. It is very important that you do not worry about home learning. We all learn at our own pace and all have our strengths, as well as the things we find hard. Do your best and remember we are very, very proud of you all.
Home learning - 20th April
Remember to read every day. Try some of these ...
Spelling and Handwriting
Resources for your maths activities
Resources for your English activities
Resources for your Science activities
Resources for PSHE activities
Barley class we are so proud of you all and it has been lovely to see the learning you are sharing with us.
Keep up the good work, keep reading, keep smiling, keep laughing and be kind.
Today, We'd like you to find out about Good Friday, what happened on this day and why it is called good, when it most definitely doesn't sound good!
Today is Wednesday 1st April and we would like you to think about and research
What is Palm Sunday?
Why do we celebrate it?
What does the palm symbolise?
Please let us know what you have found out.
Barley Class, please make sure you are reading aloud for 20 minutes everyday and keeping a record of all the books you have read. Remember , you could have extra fun with this by trying to read with different voices!
Have a look at our wonderful home learning . . .
It is Thursday 26th March and it is another beautiful day. Today We'd like you to learn three new words to add to your vocabulary...
extraordinary, hygienic and unpredictable.
Use them when you are talking to your family and write them into sentences to learn to spell them.
Happy Tuesday 24th March
Today's extra challenge is to learn a poem and recite it to your family. Good luck
Good morning Barley Class. It is Monday 23rd March and we are missing you all already. A short maths activity to add to your home learning.
The target number today is 49 and the numbers you need to use to get to the answer are
3, 4, 2, 5, 6
Recently, in Collective Worship we heard that the rainbow is a sign of hope. Paint or draw a picture of a rainbow and put it up in a window in your home so that when people are out for a walk they can look for rainbows.
Barley Class, your first challenge this weekend is to do something kind for someone. Good luck
In the back of your exercise book draw a vertical line with a ruler so that you have two columns. In one column record all the kind things you do, in the other column record the kindness that you hear about around the world.