Welcome to Year Five! I am Mrs Howarth and I am joined by Miss Barlow and Miss Milner who are the teaching assistants in Class Inspire. We have 28 energetic and inquisitive children in Year Five and we will be undertaking some fantastic topics throughout the year.
Year Five is an exciting time for our children as it is a chance for them to really work hard and shine.. showcasing their gifts and talents. We are very proud of our achievements and we aim to try our hardest in all that we do; inspiring others to do the same. We all work as a team, uplifting each other;
" And do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased."
Hebrews 13: 16
REMOTE LEARNING AT OLSA
Below you will find 2 remote learning plans.
Plan A relates to work that is being carried out in class. This is the work we would like you to complete if your bubble is isolating or you are isolating because someone you have been near has tested positive for coronavirus.
Option B should only be completed in emergencies when you do not have access to the internet.
In the event of a whole bubble closure or a further lockdown, your child's Teams meetings will be at the following times:
9:00 am - Numeracy session
11:00 am - Literacy session
2pm - feedback and story time
Work from Wednesday, 5th January 2021
Due to the announcement made yesterday in regards to school closures, please see timetable below (Option A) for your child's current learning. Each day, the children will receive daily Teams meetings for Maths and Literacy, followed by a reading session at the end of the day.
The children will be expected to show their work to myself and this will be indicated via Teams sessions. Please send all copies of work to email@example.com in order for them to receive feedback. Additional resources can be found below and include lessons on PowerPoints for your child to follow.
All children have been provided with a workbook for their completed work, plus their Maths No Problem workbook for maths sessions. They will be directed how and when to use these in the meetings. They have also been provided with a blue pen, red pen and a pencil. They have also been provided with a ruler. (These packs are available in the school office)
Please could children be reminded that the presentation of their books is important and that they must adhere to the information provided in the front of their workbook e.g. underline the date and LO, pencil for drawings only, red pen to mark work.
I appreciate your continued support through such unprecedented times.
Below are the emails for myself, Miss Milner and Miss Barlow.
Home Learning PE Challenges
Rossendale School Sports Partnership have set some PE challenges for the children to get involved in at home or at school. Please see the links below if you would like to take part in these challenges.
Below are the resources for week 5 which will also be used throughout half term too:
Don't forget to fill in your tracking sheet and either share it on facebook on the Rossendale School Sports Partnership page or send it as an attachment to LAshworth@olsa.lancs.sch.uk