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Welcome to Hazel Tree - Mrs McKinnon & Mrs Rowlands

We hope you all had a restful Easter break and welcome to our very first remote summer term!   

We miss the children very much and can't wait to see them all again soon.  But just because we’re not all in the same building, doesn’t mean we can’t have some fun together! 

Your child will have lots of activities they can get stuck into over the summer term – so keep a close eye on Google Classroom. Read through our Welcome Letter, Curriculum Project and Science Project to see all the exciting things we have planned for this term.

Daily activities will be posted on Google classroom for the children to complete.  Please try to log in with your individual logins.  You can also see what we are up to through our twitter feed below, if you would like to follow us on twitter, we are @hazeltreegsp

We love seeing the children’s fantastic learning at home – so please keep sending us photographs of their work via Google classroom or Twitter as we would like to showcase it in due course.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch.

Many Thanks

Mrs Rowlands & Mrs McKinnon

 

English

The Egyptian Cinderella would have been our story this term.  Please click on the picture and listen to the story. 

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Learning From Home:

Google Classroom

Click on the link to take you to Hazel Tree Google Classroom

Useful Information

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Curriculum

Walk Like An Egyptian

Our curriculum topic for this term has a history focus inspired by the Ancient Egyptians and the achievements of this ancient civilisation. They will learn about how and where the ancient Egyptians lived, what was important to the daily lives of ancient Egyptians, who Tutankhamun was and how mummies
were made. The children will also learn about how Egyptian people used hieroglyphs to communicate and compare the powers of different gods.

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Key Messages

Below are some reminders for whilst you are learning at home. 

Reading:

  • Remember to read for at leat 10 minutes a day.  This can be your school book, own book, newspapers, comics, shopping lists! 

Times Tables:

  • Children should try to use TTRockstars and https://urbrainy.com/mtc regularly at home to help with their recall of times tables.  

Spellings:

  • Spellings will still be sent on a Monday morning. Children can practise these and then test themselves on a Friday. 

Curriculum and Science Projects

  • These are a mix of new learning and fun, creative ideas for you to learn about our new topics.  The children can complete these how and when they choose and in whichever order they like. 

PE:

  • It's important that while we are learning from home that we keep our minds and bodies active.  There are lots of different Physical Activities on the Google classroom for you to choose from daily as well as paying outside in the sunshine, bouncing on your trampolines and playing football in the garden!

Hazel Tree Class Memories 2019 - 2020

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