Parent SEND Questionnaire
SEND Support - A Note from Nichola Jones (Assistant Director Inclusion, SEND and Wellbeing)
I hope you and your family are well. I’m getting in touch to invite you to take part in our short survey to share your experiences during lockdown and tell us your views on the support you have received from different education services.
Please complete one survey for each child or young person with SEND. The survey is anonymous, however you can choose to include your contact details at the end if you would like to be more involved in shaping future SEND services.
Please feel free to forward this email on to other families of children and young people with SEND.
Thank you for taking part. We really value your feedback in helping us to monitor and continually improve our services for SEND families.
Please note that the survey will close at 12 midnight on Monday 13 July 2020.
With very best wishes,
Assistant Director Inclusion, SEND and Wellbeing
This week in art, we have been exploring street art and graffiti.
In particular, we have looked at the work by Banksy. We created stencils to produce our own versions of his Flying Balloon Girl.
13.7.2020 - 17.7.2020
Hi Year 3! This is the last week of home school before the summer holidays begin.
The timetable below shows what you have in store this week. Click on each subjects' link to access the learning.
The Year 3 Jellyfish bubble have been working hard in Literacy.
They have created their own kenning poems about Ancient Egypt.
Take a look!
Today, the Jellyfish bubble have been looking at how natural disasters such as volcanoes, can disrupt air travel. We researched the Icelandic volcanic explosion in 2010 and created our own volcanoes from play dough.
Next year, our curriculum is having a few changes! We will still be doing our Project (IPC) lessons but with a greater focus on 6 skills and goals.
These are Independence, Resilience, Co-operation, Communication, Respect and Thoughtfulness.
Your challenge is to design a new logo to show these new skills.
Have a look at the powerpoint for some examples, including some drawn by the Jellyfish bubble.
What a lovely and thoughtful message from Bobby to all of Year 3
We miss you Bobby, and you keep safe too!
Are you a J.K. Rowling fan? If so, click on the link below to read her new book!
The Ickabog will be published for free on this website, in instalments, over the next seven weeks, a chapter (or two, or three), at a time. It isn’t Harry Potter and it doesn’t include magic. This is an entirely different story.
The best part is, she is also running a competition to add illustrations to her book! Have a look at her website for more information.
If you complete any work at home, we would love to see it . It can be pictures of you working hard on the online activities or a photo of something you have drawn or made.
Ask an adult to take a photograph and tweet it to @timberleysch
WELL DONE to CAMERON who has been working hard at home on Mathletics. We're proud of you!
A HUGE well done to ELLA-EVE in 3M.
Ella-Eve has been thinking about her local community and wrote a letter to the residents of a local care home to help cheer them up.
Great work Ella-Eve!
If you're looking for some different maths challenges at home, Carol Vorderman's maths website (The Maths Factor) is now FREE to new users
There are teaching videos, warm up games and practice activities on a whole range of topics.
Click the link below to find out more.
Here are a couple of messages from two people who are missing you so much and want to say hi and tell you that they are thinking of you all.
TIMES TABLES ROCKSTARS RESULTS!
A huge well done to all of you who took part in the boys vs girls battle. A particular WELL DONE goes to Bobby and Amelia who were the top scorers for each team.
Check out the results in the TTRS folder under Battle 4.
Friday is ELMER DAY! Check out the links below for some more information and activities.
Today is NATIONAL NUMERACY DAY!
To help you get to grips with all things mathematical, head to the National Numeracy Day website.
VE Day - Victory in Europe
The 8th May is a very special day. This year, Friday marks 75 years since Germany's surrender to the Allied Forces in the Second World War.
This follows six years of fighting and suffering by many countries in Europe. It was a day of celebration, where people hung out bunting, danced in the street and church bells rang. Families celebrated by having street parties with their friends and neighbours.
To find out more, or for some VE Day activities, have a look in the folder below.