Welcome to St. Cyprian Class. The teachers are Mrs Crook and Miss Brookhouse.
Learning at Home
Wednesday 15th July
Please find today's lessons below. New learning tasks will be updated on a daily basis. Please remember to keep your work tidy and check it through. If possible, get an adult or older brother and sister to congratulate you on how well you are doing!
Contacting me about your work
This is an email address that you or your parents can use if you want to contact me with any questions you might have about your work. It might be about how to do something or checking if you have done it properly. You will need to copy and paste this address as it is not a direct link. Children, please make sure you use your parent's or carer's email address.
If you need to contact the school about anything else, do not use this address: ring the school in the usual way.
Please challenge yourself with your times tables daily.
Fitt-in, is an online tool that offers short burst movement videos that have been developed for use in the classroom.
Fitt-in videos vary in duration from 2-6 mins, choose from calming to high energy and look out for the animations that help to engage.
We hope that you will use the Fitt-in videos together with your children to stay active every day.
To access the Fitt-in videos please follow these simple steps:
Use this unique link to go to the Fitt-in website :Parents, please enter your details and you will gain access to the Fitt-in videos
Choose your Fitt-in video, press play and enjoy! There is no limit to usage and so you can take part in a few videos each day.
Important information and reminders
Homework will be given out on Fridays and is expected back on Wednesday.
Children are expected to sign in and out their own reading books and to read to an adult as often as possible.
P.E. kits should be brought in on Mondays and left in school until Friday. P.E. is timetabled for Tuesday and Wednesday. Children require appropriate footwear and warm clothes for outdoor P.E.
All uniform should be labelled with the child's name and class as it is very difficult to trace misplaced uniform. Similarly, we discourage children from bringing in their mobile phones to school; any mobile phones brought in must be labelled with the child's name and handed in to the class teacher each day, at the owner's risk.
The children can bring in a healthy snack to eat at morning playtime.