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Letter Going Home - Monday 20th July 2020

Year Group

Start Time and Location

End Time and Location

Nursery am*

9.00am–Trelawney Playground

11.45am-Gosling Gate

Nursery pm*

12.30pm-Gosling Gate

3.15pm-Gosling Gate

Reception*

 

9.00am–Trelawney Playground

3.20pm-Trelawney Playground

Year 1 and Year 2

8.50am–Trelawney Playground

3.10pm-Trelawney Playground

Year 3 and Year 4

8.40am–Trelawney Playground

3.00pm-Trelawney Playground

Year 5 and Year 6

 

8.30am–Trelawney Playground

2.50pm-Trelawney Playground

Octopus

 

8.50am–Trelawney Playground

3.10pm-Trelawney Playground

*Nursery and Reception parents please look out for a separate letter, from Mrs Porter (Early Years Phase Leader), to explain the settling in period in more detail.

 

 

 

 

 

Trek to Tokyo

Your new Year 5 teachers are looking forward to meeting you,

in the mean time they would like to say Hello!

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Dear Year 4,
The Year 4 Team would like to say a huge thank you to all of you who have been sending in your work. It has been a delight to see what you have been up to. We have a growing gallery of photographs from children, check out the Gallery page!

 

Scroll down and find out who is celebrating their birthday in June.
 

Please continue to submit work to your class teacher by THURSDAY so we can then count up the house point rewards for sharing on our website FRIDAY. There will be a reward of 10 house points for completing the task. See the Home Learning Note for details.  It would be a good idea to get this task done earlier in the week so you meet the Thursday hand in and get your house points!


Other activities 

 

The Summer Reading Challenge is back!

 

https://www.slough.gov.uk/libraries/summer-reading-challenge.aspx

 

Have a go at a circuits online experiment - I have set up with a students code. Follow these instructions:

- open the bpES website: bp.com/bpes
- click on 'Enter a student code' (top right on all pages if you are not logged in)
- enter the code below.

Student code: 99238 

 

The Canal Trust also have some wonderful Home Learning ideas - let us know what you decided to do...

https://canalrivertrust.org.uk/explorers/learning-from-home

 

A few more things happening this week:

•    Have a go at the Reading Challenge (See details below).
•    The BBC Bitesize lessons are really good. Please ensure you complete at least one a day, but try to do more!
•    It's also National Smile month - keep those teeth healthy and clean!

 

  Take a look at this lovely YouTube cartoon, 'While We Can't Hug'. Enjoy!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2PnnFrPaRgY

 

We want to mention how much we have enjoyed seeing all the hard work that you have been doing at home - please continue to send it to us! Take note of the email address which we would like you to send your work to (homework_y4@ryvers.slough.sch.uk); you could earn yourself some housepoints, or even a 'special shoutout'. Make sure you sent it to the above e-mail address and you put your name on please. 

 

Continue to take care of yourselves, working hard and keep smiling! 

 

Miss Smith, Ms Keila and Mrs Dane laugh

EVERYONE should be logging on to MyMaths.

All children with Nessy or Thirdspace logins please make sure you are logging on... 

Free School Meal letter - 1st June 2020

Creative Writing Challenge

Art Therapy Activities to do at home 😊

A word wheel of synonyms and similar words used to describe emotional states.

Books for Children about the Corona Virus

Supporting reading at home 

 

Exciting news!

Click on the PDF link below to see the latest updates of our adopted rhino, Inka. 

                                                  

NHS Learning Project

A Minion Happy Birthday!

Wishing you a wonderful day!

 

July

          Srinika - 12th                       Bobby -13th                        Sahibveer - 16th

 

 

 

 SPECIAL MENTION 

A gigantic well done goes to Aasif for drawing an entire world map from memory and also Aasif has clearly labelled all countries and continents!

 

 

 

           

 

A huge shout-out and thank you to Finn this week for this set of instructions for making frozen dinosaur eggs! He has kindly shared his instructions in case anyone else would like to have a got at home. Thanks Finn! 

Also, a big well done to Zunaira for a lovely poster explaining how to stay safe when using electricity. Fantastic guidance Zunaira! :)

 

A huge well done to Kayan who is in Raleigh and received 40 house points! This is for putting extra effort into all of his work at home and for this amazing ‘Electricity science poster’!

Another shout-out and thank you to Srinika for the lighthouse project as part of electricity learning! 

 

Would you like a special mention from Miss Smith, Miss Keila or Mrs Dane (or maybe all 3!)? If you would, send us photos or scans of what you have been working on at home and you could be mentioned next week!

Any emails should be sent to: homework_y4@ryvers.slough.sch.uk

We look forward to hearing from you soon!

              

 

Please see below for the year 4 home learning resources. These activities will be updated on this page each Monday at 10am.

 

If you are unable to print these documents, you can come to collect them from school between 10am and 12pm. They will be stored under the bike racks (between Trelawney Playground and the staff car park). Please note that access is only permitted through the main car park gate NOT via the playground. 

 

Your children may have different activities to complete depending on which teacher they have for each subject; packs will be labelled with the TEACHER'S name, so please be aware of which pack is relevant to your child.  

 

Please take care of yourselves and we look forward to seeing you soon.

 

Year 4 teachers :) 

Parents Top Tips - Engaging your child in reading

Recommended Reading list for Year 4

Active Movement :

Ryvers School is now an Active Movement school! You may have heard about this from your children, but if not, we are encouraging the children to be more active around school; even within the classroom!

We had a wonderful assembly teaching us all about 'Active Movement' and now, we are applying it to as many aspects of our school day as possible. Children are beginning to stand up to answers questions, move around to show their opinions and much more!

Please feel free to encourage them to continue being active at home :)

 

To find out more information, please visit: https://activemovementschools.co.uk

Important Reminders...

*Homework will be set on a Monday and is due to be returned the following Monday. 

 

*Children should also bring in their reading books and home-school communication books in with them daily. These will be signed by adults during guided and independent reading activities. 

 

*Our PE lessons take place on a Monday morning, alongside computing. We strongly recommend children bringing their PE kit in on a Monday and take it home on a Friday.   Jewellery MUST be removed for PE for Health and Safety. This includes earrings (if your child struggles to remove them, please take them out on PE days if possible.)

 

*As a school, we are trying to ensure that uniform is of the highest standard. As a result, we will be issuing letters should your child be wearing incorrect uniform. If you have any queries, please see your child's class teacher. 

 

*All money for school dinners and school trips should now be paid through Parent Pay.

 

 

 

 

 

Below are some website links that you may find useful in supporting and enriching your child's learning at home. 

  • Ryvers Primary School,
  • Trelawney Avenue,
  • Slough,
  • Berkshire,
  • SL3 7TS
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