We hope that you are settling well into learning at home. In these challenging times, try to keep to a routine so that you can devote uninterrupted time to your academic studies, your hobbies and quality time with your family. Please check our school's home learning pack, which is filled with links to maths and English resources, to pursue your interests if you are away from school.
If you find that you are discovering a new passion or developing an existing one, make a note of it. Why not keep a diary, photos or videos of your daily activities, discoveries, thoughts and feelings so that you can track your journey whilst away from school.
We will be in touch soon with more ideas for learning at home.
Best regards Rhinos team
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PJ LeBlanc and Skye Rocket are waiting for ya!
Please take good care of the mystery seeds which many of you would have brought home on Friday. If you were away from school, why not ask a friend or family member to provide you with a seed to plant and grow at home?
Keep a plant diary or record key information and measurements as the seeds develop. Try your best to guide your seedlings through germination and their early stages of life, recording the whole process with measurements, drawings or photos as you go. Make close observations of your plant's changes then conduct research to investigate which seed you think you might have. Can you accurately discover your seed’s identity before anyone else?
When we return, we’ll compare our plants and share our thoughts on the species we believe we have been nurturing.
Keep yourself active and healthy and healthy at home with the help of Joe Wicks.
Starting on Monday at 9am, Joe will conduct 30 minute PE sessions for children of all ages broadcast through his youtube channel.
Get Stuck In!
Read, Read, Read, Read, Read, Read, Read!!!!!
....and then read some more!
In the home learning books we sent home, you were given a reading log to keep track of all the books that you read at home. Get stuck in!! Let's see who can read the most - can you fill in your log?
If you didn't get a reading log, why not make your own using Microsoft Word - practise making a table with columns (Date, Title, Author, What I Thought, Marks out of 5!) and lots of rows for you to print out and fill in. Or, draw your own table on a plain sheet of paper!
Those of us in class on Friday 20th March made our own diaries to keep over the coming period. This is your space to write whatever comes into your head: thoughts, feelings, hopes, dreams, what you got up to each day, recipes you've made, artwork you've created, films you've watched, books you've read, games you've played.....you get the idea!!
Personalise your diary and make it your own. You can bring it back to school, or just keep it for yourself :-)
Didn't get a diary? You can make one out of anything! We made ours by hole-punching some plain and lined paper, and tying them together with pipe cleaners - you can use string, ribbon, or anything you have lying around.
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