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Welcome to Thunberg Class
Mr Hoodless and Mrs Rabadia
We are very proud to named after the climate activist, Greta Thunberg. She was born in Sweden in 2003 and became interested in climate change at an early age. Initially, Greta made changes by stopping eating meat and then persuaded her parents to stop flying in aeroplanes around the world.
When Greta was a young teenager, she managed to persuade millions of students from all around the world to strike on Friday's until more was done by the world leaders to deal with climate change. She has also spoken at the United Nations Climate Action Summit in front of many of the world's leaders.
English - Beowolf by Michael Morpurgo.
Maths - Multiplication, division and fractions.
Science - Living Things and their Habitats.
Geography - Climates and Biomes.
PE - Athletics.
PHSE - Relationships.
RE - Judaism.
Homework is set online using Education City, Spelling Shed and TT Rockstars. The homework is set on a Friday to be completed by the following Friday.
Also I would be grateful if you could read with your child as many nights as possible and please remember to sign their diary THREE times in that week.
Jigsaw w.b. 4th May. When your teacher asks please click the image below to complete the pupil wellbeing survey.
National Number Day
Challenging each other on our Times Tables on National Number Day.
Captain Tom Moore's Birthday
Remembering and celebrating what would have been Captain Tom Moore's birthday.
We have had been trying to encourage more wildlife into the Forest School by building our own Bug Hotel from old wooden pallets. We have also shown our amazing teamwork skills when building our fantastic dens.
Local Author Jen Carney
We had a great time listening to Jen Carney as she read extracts from her new book - 'The Accidental Diary of B.U.G and attempting some of her illustrations.
We joined vin with the Census by counting the number of vehicles that passed by our school over a ten minute period at 2.00pm. We were really surprised how busy Wigan Road is at that time of the day. We took a tally of all of the vehicles and then input them onto a bar chart to record our findings.
Online Timetable for week commencing 22.2.21
Tuesday 23rd February
Monday 22nd February
Maths - https://vimeo.com/488870720
Online Timetable for week commencing 8.2.21
Tuesday 9th February
Online Timetable for week commencing 1.2.21
Friday 5th February
Thursday 4th February
Wednesday 3rd February
Maths - https://vimeo.com/488667737
Tuesday 2nd February
Online Timetable for week commencing 25.1.21
Monday 1st February
Maths - https://vimeo.com/488553863
Friday 29th January
Maths - https://vimeo.com/488076765
Thursday 28th January
Maths - https://vimeo.com/488075946
Wednesday 27th January
Maths - https://vimeo.com/486775551
Tuesday 26th January
Maths - https://vimeo.com/486775113
Monday 25th January
Joe Wicks -
Online Timetable for week commencing 18.1.21
Friday 22nd January
Thursday 21st January
Wednesday 20th January
Monday 18th January
|A Cloudy Lesson KS2 Activity Pack - Activity Pack (2).pdf||Download|
|Martin Luther King Day.ppt||Download|
Online Timetable for week commencing 11.1.21
Friday 15th January
English - Natural Curriculum - Using co-ordinating conjunctions
Reading - Purple Mash - The Dark Castle Mystery Chapter 2
Maths - Area of compound shapes
Art - Observational skills
Thursday 14th January
Children in Victorian Britain Slide2.pdfDownload
Children in Victorian Britain Work1.pdfDownload
Wednesday 13th January
English - Natural Curriculum - We are learning how to use a range of coordinating conjunctions to write multi-clause (compound) sentences.
Reading - Purple Mash - The Dark Castle Mystery
Maths - Area - Counting squares
Science - To explore how the rotation of Earth creates day and night.
Monday 11th January
Natural Curriculum - Commas to clarify meaning
Maths - Perimeter of rectilinear shapes (See sheet below)
Purple Mash - To code data
PE with Jo Wicks - Choose your own exercises
Online Timetable for week commencing 4.1.21
Friday 8th January
English - Natural Curriculum - active and passive voice (Tiger)
Spelling Shed - SPAG Plurals
Maths - Area of rectangles
Art - Appreciate the work of different artists
Thursday 7th January
Natural Curriculum - passive and active voice (Elephant Se
Maths - Calculate perimeter
History - Children in Victorian Britain
Wednesday 6th January
Area and perimeter
This term we are looking at:
Poetry, descriptions and non-chronological reports in English.
Place Value in Maths
Properties of materials in Science.
Keeping Safe online in Computing.
Ancient Sumer in History.
Wigan Road, Bolton, Lancashire, BL3 5QL