It's nearly the holidays...

      

 

It's  finally here, the last week of term! Well done to all of you for staying postive throughout it all and working so hard in such uncertain times. You have all made me so proud! I am sad not to have completed the year with you all in class, but I will see you all in September. This is the last set of home learning that I will be setting. School is due to finish on Wednesday so you may not complete all of the activities but do as much as you can. This week's activities;

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W/C 6th July - Memories of Class Armstrong

 

   

Hello,  thankyou for all of the work submitted this week, I continue to be amazed with how well you have adjusted to learning from home. I have also heard how well those children that have returned to school have been getting on. Miss Boyes tells me that she has been really impressed with how kind and how working you have all been. 

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Staying cool

 

  

Hello Class Armstrong, How has your week been? In my house we have struggled to stay cool this week, with the incredibly hot weather that we have had. I hope that you have managed to do some learning outdoors and maybe venture out for some nice local walks?

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W/C 22nd June - World Music Day

   

   

Hello, and welcome to a new week! I hope you all had a lovely weekend and are ready for our new learning activities? 

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World Music Day!

World Music Day!

On Sunday (21st June), it is the annual celebration of World Music Day! In many cities and countries, people take to the streets and parks and offer free concerts and performances in their neighbourhoods. Those of you that are in school, and part of a bubble, will be taking part in a variety of fun, musical-based activities this week to celebrate this event! For those of you engaging in Home Learning, here are a few suggestions of how you can take part in the day:

 

  • Watch and follow Just Dance videos on YouTube.
  • Host a performance or talent show to your friends and families.
  • Write and perform your own rap song!
  • Watch episodes of Albert's Band on YouTube and learn all about different kids of instruments.
  • Create a body percussion band and learn a new song (e.g. 'The Cup Song' by Anna Kendrick)
  • Ask someone you know what their favourite band or musician is and research them.
  • Continue listening and researching our own Musician of the Month - Frank Sinatra! 

 

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