We have reached the final week of the 2019-2020 school year!
Well done to you all for keeping going and for staying as positive as you have during this strange end of year I am really impressed by your 'stickability'!
Thank you for continuing to share your work on Seesaw, it really is lovely to see what you get up to - school work or otherwise so please do keep sharing into the final week.
I hope you have all received your end of year reports on Marvellous Me and overall know that I am proud to have been your teacher this year!
One last push using the work and resources below. We hope you enjoy the tasks and find some of them useful for over the summer as well - I am particularly interested in your music suggestions so please do share your ideas with me!
Have a lovely weekend - hopefully this rain will go away!
Stay safe and take care,
Ms Lamb x
W.C 6th July
Well done for powering through week 5 of this half term. Thank you for all the updates you have been sending they're really lovely to receive :) I can’t believe we only have two weeks left of home learning! Keep going for the final push during these two weeks, you can do it!
I hope you have all been able to access the Get Epic! website to support your reading. There are a lot of great books on there. If you have any problems, just let me know on Seesaw.
Below are the timetable and resources for Week 6 we hope you enjoy doing them. Please do keep us updated on Seesaw with how you get on and remember this doesn’t just have to be about your school work, it is lovely to see what else you are getting up to.
Have a lovely weekend!
Stay safe and take care :)
Ms Lamb x
Friday 26th June
Well done for all your work done this week - it's been lovely seeing what you have been up to :) thank you for sharing.
Please find below the timetable and resources for Week Beginning 29th June - we hope you enjoy the activities we have set.
I know that lock down has been going on for a very long time now but I am really proud of you for keeping on going even though it is hard sometimes. Use the timetable to help give you some structure but feel free to do your own things as well :)
I look forward to seeing what you get up to next week.
Enjoy your weekend, take care and stay safe!
Friday 19th June
Hope you have a fabulous weekend, I'm hoping we can get back to some BBQ weather!
Well done this week, I know it's getting harder the longer lock down goes on but know that I am really proud of you for sticking in and I'm sending a big thank you to your adults for the support they are giving you and for uploading your work on to Seesaw. It's really great to see what you have been doing :)
Below is the timetable for WB 22nd June and we hope you enjoy the tasks on there. Try to keep yourself going to get a little bit of either the work set or tasks of your own choosing done each day and please do share it on Seesaw, it really is lovely to see.
Thank you and stay safe and happy :)
Tuesday 16th June.
Below is a maths quiz for those of you that fancy a challenge. I know that some children have breezed through the addition and subtraction, so here is something to make you think a little more. Enjoy (remember this is just an idea, no pressure). Take care,
Week beginning 15th June.
Well done with all your efforts from this week. It has been lovely see what you have been getting up to. I am very proud of you all for your continued determination and efforts. Also, thank you to all those who have sent their report comments in so far, they have been lovely to read.
Below are the timetable and resources for next week. We hope you enjoy the set tasks and please remember to share the work you have done when you can :) and remember as ever, these are suggested activities for you. Any questions just ask on Seesaw.
I know the weather isn't as sunny as it has been so remember to wrap up with raincoats for getting out and about and I hope you still have a lovely weekend :)
Week beginning 08.06.2020
Well done everyone, it can't be easy getting straight back in to your home learning having had a week off but it has been great to see what so many of you have been getting up to and the work you have completed :)
Below is the timetable and resources for the week. One item in particular to draw your attention to is the personal comment activity for your reports set as part of your English work. Follow the guidance and prompts to help you write it and I look forward to seeing what you have written so that it can be included in your end of year report.
Remember, this work is a guideline for you to follow. Any activities of your own choosing are very welcome and it is lovely to see you following your own interests as well as doing the set work.
Please share what you have been getting up to on Seesaw and if you have any questions don't hesitate to get in touch on there.
Thanks :) Stay safe and happy!
Monday 1st June.
Another new month beginning along with a new half term.
I hope you have all had a lovely week and have had time to relax and switch off a bit and enjoy the beautiful weather! Those of you who’ve been planting things, I hope you’ve been able to keep up with the watering and that your plants are all growing well! I know mine are doing really well :)
Below is your suggested timetable and resources for this week. There are some exciting competitions to take part in as well as the rest of your work. We hope that you enjoy them and really look forward to seeing your ideas on Seesaw. Thank you, as ever to those who have been sharing your work and experiences! It’s been lovely to see the work you’ve been doing and the skills you have been honing. What a talented bunch you are. It makes me so happy to see how you are all doing.
Remember as ever, this work is a suggested timetable, do as much as is suitable to you and I’m on Seesaw if you need any help or to just appreciate your efforts.
Have a lovely week. Take care and stay safe! :)
I hope you have all enjoyed the work and activities you have been doing this week. I've seen some great and imaginative work uploaded on to Seesaw and it's been really lovely to look through it so thank you for sharing :)
Below are the timetable and resources set for next week. We hope you enjoy them and find them interesting to do. As ever, please share what you can if you can on Seesaw and don't hesitate to get in touch on there if you have any problems or questions.
I hope you have a lovely weekend, fingers crossed the weather is kind to us! For next week, do what you can and make sure the priority is that you stay safe and happy.
It looks like you have all had a fantastic time celebrating V.E day and in true Emmaville spirit you have been wonderfully creative! It’s been so lovely to see your entries and I have shared them below for everyone to enjoy :)
Well done to everyone for getting involved and a BIG congratulations to our winner Oliver for his fabulous Spitfire cake!
I hope you have all enjoyed your creations over the weekend.
As ever, stay safe and happy and if I can help with anything drop me a message on Seesaw.
It's the end of another week! Well done for all that you have achieved this week. I'm seeing some great 'stickability' from you which makes me really proud.
Enjoy celebrating V.E day today. I have loved looking at all your entries so far :) well done everyone!
Below are the timetable and resources for next week. We hope you enjoy doing them and look forward to seeing your work.
Remember to stay safe and happy. The work is a guide to support you and help to structure your day. Enjoy it and please share what you get up to on Seesaw, it's so lovely to see :)
Enjoy your weekend!
Friday 1st April.
I hope you are still keeping well and happy.
It has been lovely to see so many of you posting your work on Seesaw and I am so impressed with you for doing the work and to your adults for supporting and guiding you and managing to post it on the Seesaw site. I know it's challenging so take pride in any amount of school work or learning of your own that you get done and the work you encourage your child(ren) to complete. Thank you!
I have uploaded another weeks timetable and resources, Miss Brewster and I hope that you enjoy the tasks and challenges which have been set. As ever, we look forward to seeing your achievements :) Please also remember, there is a TTRS battle underway and Asia class are currently in the lead - every little helps!
Good luck everyone.
Friday 24th April.
Hello everyone, hope you’re keeping well. Below this message is the timetable and activities for next week. Remember this is our suggestions, you don't have to complete it all and if you're struggling either get in touch or miss it out!
I’ve been blown away by the work you’ve been sending in on Seesaw! The videos of your talents and your story map recordings have really brought a smile to my face. Well done all of you and thank you.
I hope you all have a lovely weekend and that the sun keeps shining! Keep doing what you’re doing and most importantly, stay safe and happy. I look forward to seeing what you get up to next week!
Take care of yourselves and each other!
It’s the end of the Easter holidays. I hope you’ve had a good time over the last couple of weeks and that the Easter bunny was good to you
Now we have come to the start of the Summer Term and Miss Brewster and I have prepared a recommended timetable for week 1. Please follow the links and upload any work you’d like to share onto the Seesaw site for me to mark and look at. There are some investigation tasks for you to undertake which we hope you find interesting and we look forward to seeing what you find out and produce.
I don’t know how many of you have been joining in with it, but I have done Joe Wicks every weekday so far and it’s helped me to kick start my day in a really positive way. If you haven’t tried it yet or are losing motivation with it, give it another try and see how much you can do and how much progress you can make.
We are now working on Explanation texts in English, use the PowerPoint to support your working and don’t forget to show off your skills with punctuation and vocabulary.
In maths, we are continuing to use the White Rose programme to support our working but don’t forget that TTRs is there to support your multiplication practise as well.
Enjoy the tasks!
Stay safe and well.