Supporting Your Child With Learning At Home
In today's supporting your child with learning at home session, we focused on literacy skills. It's was lovely to have some parents drop in to ask questions too. I look forward to sharing some maths activities with you next time.
The Wheal Unity literacy group enjoyed playing the Adjective Detective game today! We had to guess the adjective that our friends were acting out. Can you guess them?
Wheal Fortune preparing to 'tread the boards.
Today we launched our topic ‘Animal Allsorts!’ Thank you to those of you who have sent in photos of your child with their pet or favourite animal! We have received some wonderful fact-files and pictures. Here are just a few! We are very excited for this topic. Children will be writing their own animal riddles using scientific facts. We also have some special visitors lined up to come in and speak to the children
Gutting and Mummifying Fish
Wheal Fortune have enjoyed some history and literacy today through gutting and mummifying fish!
World Read Aloud Day
Today is World Read Aloud Day! Why not snuggle up with your favourite book on this icy day and read aloud together. We would love to you see your ‘read aloud’ photos
Pick and Mix Reading
Wheal Busy had some visitors for Pick and Mix Reading Friday today. Wheal Rose came to hear our versions of the Good Samaritan story. Thanks you for coming and being our audience
Writing a letter aboard HMS Beagle
Wheal Fortune: Writing a letter aboard HMS Beagle in the style of Charles Darwin - not much room on the page!
The children in Wheal Lovely and Wheal Friendly have really been enjoying their dinosaur topic - especially the stories they have been listening to, reading and retelling!
Have a look at some of the amazing writing - a great effort from our youngest children.
Wheal Busy's Word Count Challenge
On Monday, Wheal Busy were challenged to get their word count to 3 million words by today and they have achieved it and exceeded it by 108,000 words! Well done everyone but especially those children who voluntarily gave up some of their golden time to read and quiz