Learning at Home

Challenge Corner!
 
Take a look at some of the fun challenge activities our teachers have set you. Which ones will you try?
Miss Thomas' Singing Challenge #2:
 
Young Voices are inviting us all to join in with a Power in Me singing challenge on Tuesday 2nd June at 2:30- our favourite song! They are going to broadcast the song online all over the world, and I want you to join in and sing SO LOUDLY (in your gardens, perhaps) that you can hear each other all over the village! Don't forget those dance moves... 
So, get practising! You can find out more, sign up and get some free resources at: https://www.youngvoices.co.uk/powerinme , or ask your parents to follow Young Voices on Facebook. (We'd love to see some videos of you all taking part!)
Ms Hood's Challenge
 

Can you paint a stone?

‘Only One You’ is an inspirational children’s book about Adri, a little fish who is about to go and explore the ocean on his own. His mother and father tell him some of the important lessons they’ve learned throughout their lives in hopes that it will help him on his journey. They remind him, “Always be on the lookout for a new friend,” and “Find your own way. You don’t have to follow the crowd.” The book stresses how everyone is unique, and that each of us have something to contribute to the world. “There’s only one you in this great big world. Make it a better place.”

Here is a link to the story:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vu9capmEY5I

Can you send in a photo of your stone and send it into school.

Each day when you look at your stone you will remember that you are unique and special

Miss Warren's Learn Something New Challenge
 
Why not learn a new skill and to send me a photo or video of how you get on? I have been following daily sign language tutorials as my new skill during lockdown. What will yours be?
Miss Davis Butler's Rainbow Challenge
 
Can we create our own whole school rainbow? Take a look at the instructions to make your section, which can then become part of the best rainbow in the world!
Mrs Bradley-McKay's Active Challenge
 

Why not take part in Gloucestershire’s Virtual Sports Day on 26th May? It’s a fab opportunity to have fun and stay active! You can also raise money to support NHS charities. Find out more here.

 

Are you a record breaker?
 
Why not join the Guinness World Record attempt with Times tables Rockstars? Find out more in the letter here:
Our key worker children have designed an Andoversford Primary themed crossword puzzle for you to solve! See attachment below. Answer sheet will be uploaded later this week. Enjoy!
Come and have a look at just some of the incredible Home Learning that has been going on recently! The teachers are incredibly impressed with the high quality and imagination going into some of the amazing work that is happening at home.
Ash
We have been reading the story of The Very Busy Spider, look at some of our activities.
Our super fruit and veggies based on the story of Supertato.
Cooking at home.
Ash Class have been doing some super writing.
Oak
Oak class have been writing some fabulous adventure sea stories!
Beech
Science- Beech Class were asked to find out more about how sound is made, and how the ear works. Look at this fantastic response!
Following some work on healthy eating, I also challenged Beech Class to plan and make a healthy, balanced meal. Masterchef, here we come!
Willow
Writing: Have a read of some of our science-themed narratives!
PSHCE: What are we grateful for?
Computing: Check out some of the games that we have coded ourselves!
Science: We've been learning about sieving, evaporating and filtering and conducting our own investigations.
Writing: Opening paragraphs of our science themed narratives!
PSHCE: Mindmaps of the 5 ways to wellbeing!
PSCHE: Making our own wheels of choice!
Writing: Some of our wonderful historical information texts!