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Tuesday 2nd February

Children's Mental Health Week

For today's mental health activity, we have an art activity to complete. You will need a piece of paper and some things to write and draw with. Watch the video and remember to share your pictures!


Draw Your Feelings - Children's Mental Health Week 2021

English - Armchair Adventure via Zoom!

This morning, we are going on another Armchair Adventure. This session is just for our class so I hope that as many of you as possible are able to join! This will be a private zoom session, so I will post the details on my blog. 

The session will last from 9:15 - 10:30. We have been asked to join 5/10 minutes early so that the session can start promptly.

Parents, if you are happy to share pictures of your child with the organisers, please take pictures and send them to me so I can share. Thank-you 


L.O. To work out perimeter of shapes with missing sides

Work your way through the powerpoint below, then use the worksheet below to practise your skills!

If you want to do the challenge, use the 3x3 investigation sheet below. 


L.O. To create a picture to represent forgiveness

In keeping with out Express Yourself theme for Children's Mental Health week, we will be doing some art in our RE lesson today. You can watch the Loom of the presentation by following the link below, then create your masterpiece!

Remember to write your name in the comments of the Loom so I can award Dojo Points!

There is also the presentation without my talking, if you want to look at some of the pictures again. 

I can't wait to see your artwork!