Calling all writers,
I am looking for young journalists to produce news articles for our school newspaper. I am looking for a range of news stories, which could be about current affairs or about local events. You might want to report on politics, sport, art and culture, entertainment or human-interest stories. If you would like your story to be published in the first edition of the HT herald then email your story to firstname.lastname@example.org by 3rd July 2020.
Look forward to reading your articles.
Calling all budding artists!
JK Rowling has released a brand new story for free called "The Ickabog". It begins with King Fred the Fearless, ruler of Cornucopia, and five-year-old Bert Beamish, and readers are also introduced to the myth of a fearsome monster called The Ickabog.
The majority of Cornucopia was a "magically rich land" with happy people and lots of delicious food. However, those dwelling on the northern tip, known as the Marshlanders, lived on scraps. They had "rough voices, which the other Cornucopians imitated" and were teased about "their manners and their simplicity". Who will save them from The Ickabog?
New chapters are released every week and the exciting part if that your illustrations could become part of the book when it is published. JK Rowling suggests pictures for you to draw each week and then they can be entered into a competition.
So get reading and get inspired with your drawings and email them to your class teacher when you are done so we can all see your amazing Ickabogs! The link to the story can be found below.
IMPORTANT NOTICE - In the event the school is closed or your family is self-isolating please check your child's class page regularly for updates on what they can be doing at home. You will be able to see what they are currently studying in each subject. Below are links and resources for each area of the curriculum for your child to complete in these circumstances. Any issues please contact your child's class teacher.
Class 15: email@example.com
Class 16: firstname.lastname@example.org
Class 6W; email@example.com
Song of the week - Baby beluga!
Have a go at leaning this weeks song of the week with the sing up team! There is a link which will take you to extra activities where you can learn more information about the fascinating beluga whales!
Links to online resources.
Below are a variety of links to various online learning resources, Children will be familiar with these programmes as they are used in in the classroom Please uses these links daily to practise reading, times tables and quick quizzes!
Passwords to bug club are as follows:
The school code is h733
White Rose Maths Video Lessons
White Rose have put together some video maths lessons. They are releasing 5 a week so have a look and attempt one a day :) . Some questions are there to support learning. The links below are to the videos and the worksheets for this week.
Our big question this term has been : How can we make Sandwell a more respectful community?
We have been exploring the different religions and how our community includes everyone and the advantages of a multi-cultural society. Your task now is to design a community hall that all faiths and members of the public can use.
You need to think about:
You need to draw a plan for this building and label each section. You then can create your building however you can. Then you need to evaluate how effective your building is and how it includes all religions.