At Anglesey, we are a vibrant and nurturing school community, where children are given the skills to become, inquisitive, resilient, independent learners. Our curriculum provides a range of creative, challenging and inspiring experiences for all. This equips our children with the life skills to be happy, flourish and be successful...Today, tomorrow and in the future
The schools total attendance is currently at:91.1% (Since September 2020)
Happy Friday everyone.
Wow, what a week. The live stream got up to 71 children today which is a new record, well done guys. Make sure you keep tuning in for more the link is here.
Please be there at 10:00 am, remember this is a requirement on the days we have live lessons.
Second, you must now register your name each day, to show you have been online. If you do not, it is counted as an absence.
Next week the website will be changing a bit, there will be a new way for you to access the work, so don't be surprised if things look a bit different on Monday.
I just want to remind all of you how important it is to keep getting up and being there for the lessons, to keep doing your work and being the best you can be. There is now a timetable of daily expectations, we want to see more work being done and sent in to us, so keep it up.
Today you are looking at verbs and adverbs in your work book. Below are two videos to help you understand them.
Letter writing, we are still looking at letter writing in English, so below are some videos to help you with letter writing.
Informal letters are letters we write to our friends, they use chatty language and friendly phrases.
Formal letters are the sort of letters we might write to a job, boss or teacher. They are professionally written and use formal language.
Ignore the part about page 31 and Kirsty, instead use this section for the following.
If you have completed the work in the writing letter section, I would like you to use the the Writing a letter page to have a go at writing a formal letter to Mr Dodderidge. In it you can write about the things you have been learning during lockdown, the benefits of live lessons, what you like and dislike about lockdown.
You can show off some of the things we have been learning, try and use fronted adverbials. Try to include some of your opinions.
Thursday 14th January 2021
Today we are looking at how to use nouns. I have found a fun song which will help us remember what a nouns is. Check out the You Tube link!
Can you spot the noun in the following sentences?
How many nouns can you see in this sentence?
In the afternoon, my dad went to the supermarket with our pet dog and bought some pencils, books, and drinks.
Can you write your own sentences using 2 or more
After you have finished your sentences you need to find and complete the page on nouns in your booklets.
Over the next few days we will be looking at letter writing.
Before we start the topic, I would like you to write a list of key features that should be included in a letter.
Name - You need to include a name to ensure the correct person is reading the letter.
Can you list other important features and say why?
Wednesday 13th January 2021
Words often change depending on whether you are speaking, or writing about 1 thing, or more than one thing.
SINGULAR means one thing.
PLURAL means more than one thing.
In your booklets complete the page about plurals.
You can watch the video below as well to help you. Don't worry, changing words from singular to plural can be really confusing at first, but practice makes perfect!
When you have finished the page about plurals have a go at the page entitled VERBS and ADVERBS.
a VERB is an action word,
an ADVERB describes the verb.
Tuesday 12th January 2021
Today we are going to continue practising how to write instructions. Today I would like you to base your instructional writing around how to brush your teeth.
Remember to include some of the key features of instructions such as:
Today i would like you to focus on including imperative verbs into your writing. Here's a quick video on what imperative verbs are.
For your spelling ang grammar activity today please turn to the page titled Syllables and rhymes.
Words can be divided into syllables to create a beat. Watch the video below to help you understand what syllables are.
Rhyming words are words that may have different sounds at the start of a word but end with the same sound making them sound similar and rhyme.
Now take a look at this clip see how many rhyming words you can get right.
Monday 11th January 2021
It has been so good to see so many comics being emailed to us, we have really enjoyed reading them and are proud of the work you have been doing.
For the next few days we are going to be looking at some non fiction writing linked to the work pack you had posted through your door.
In English we are looking at creating a recipe.
Recipes are instructions, they show people how to make something.
They require a list of ingredients (use bullet points)
They needs step by step guides (use numbers to indicate different steps)
They need reminders and warnings.
Try finding a recipe online and write your own on the sheet provided.
We would like to see some of your home cooking over this week, so be creative.
In your booklet there is a section mon alliteration. Watch the video below to help you with this