Here’s some pictures of you guys learning at home. We’ve got amazing angles, brilliant baking, eggy egventures, lovely leaf printing, terrific trampolining and some super sunny home learning!
RESULTS of the Times Table Rockstars Battle
In the inaugural Year 4 vs Y5 Times Table Rock Stars battle it was very close but there was a victor…..
Well done Year 4s on a great win. Special well done to Billy in Y4 and Talha in Y5 who contributed the most points for their teams.
Mr Wain and Y5, do you want a rematch?!
Today at Moortown Primary
I hope you’re all well. We just wanted to share some of what we’ve been doing this week, here at MPS.
As well as doing our home learning, we’ve being gradually building up and adventure/assault course in the playground over the week. Each day it got a bit bigger and a bit fancier. Today, it became HUGE – it went all the way around the middle building!
The tunnel proved the trickiest, with quite a few of us getting stuck and looking like the Hungry Catapillar!
We also drew beautiful pictures in chalk.
And did a spot of gardening…
Stay safe everyone. We’re missing you all!
Times Table Rock Stars BATTLE!
Hello Y4 and Y5,
Tomorrow is BATTLE day on Times Table Rock Stars. Login anytime between 10:00am and 3:15pm on Friday to log a score. The year group with the highest score at the end of the day will be crowned the winners.
(Obviously, Year Y4 will win)
I’ve not done this before and I don’t know what it will look like at your end but it sounds fun and we all like a bit of competition! If you’re unsure of your login details, they should be in the front of your Home Learning books. If they’re not, email me or Mr Wain and we can help! My email address is [email protected]
Good luck and get practising (especially Year 4s)!
A few pics for you….
Here’s some excellent cooking skills being shown off. They’re an Indian sweet dish called Jalebis. Don’t they look tasty?!
I wonder if anyone can guess the member of our class being very acrobatic in front of their apple tree?!
Famous Five videos
Hope you’re okay and are enjoying listening to the Famous Five. I’ll be posting three videos a week (Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays).
Try to keep it up. I don’t want you to miss anything!
Here are some pictures of the learning you guys have done over the holiday. The Andy Goldsworthy art looks amazing!
Please send any pictures or videos to [email protected]
It’s really great to see what you’ve been getting up to!
Hello from Mr Wilks!
Highlights from the week!
Some children are still coming to school as their parents are key workers. We’ve been doing all the learning that teachers have been setting on homework pages, but have had plenty of time for other activities too.
We’ve painted some beautiful rainbows…
…and we’ve made creations out of clay. Aren’t they good?
Joe Wickes PE sessions have proved very hard work…
Sometimes we’re just going outside to play games instead. Anything to keep fit and healthy!
We were even lucky enough to have a visit from a teacher in our federation who is also a musician. Mrs Richardson performed for the children by singing, playing keyboard and even using a singing bowl. We kept our 2m away but we could hear it just fine! It was a lovely experience and we were all very impressed. Thanks very much Mrs Richardson for coming in.
I love music! Are you learning an instrument at home? I’m practising my drums as often as I can. It’s a good opportunity to get better. I’ve got a guitar that I haven’t played in a while too… I might have to pick it up again! Why not take a short video of you playing something on your piano, guitar, drums or whatever other instrument you’re learning and send it to me? My email address is [email protected] If you’re happy for me to share them on our website’s news pages, please let me know. I’m sure others would love to see them too!
One of our favourite activities has proven to be marble runs. We’ve spent quite a while planning and constructing these, with the courses our marbles are running gradually getting more and more complex. We’ve now got some working with tubes and foam tracks and it’s very satisfying. When I can work out how to get a video on here, I’ll post one for you to see ours in action!
Do you want to try? They’re fun to make and don’t take any special equipment or materials – just a marble. You can then use anything to make the run:
- Lego bricks
Don’t forget to start somewhere high so gravity can help.
Hope you’re all getting on okay. From the look of these photos, you guys are having loads of fun and learning loads.
Thanks for sending the pictures. It’s really nice to see what you’re doing.