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Class 12

Welcome to Class 12

Class Teacher – Miss Embley

Updates for this week (W/B 6th July)

 

       

           Daniel's reflection art               Prue's reflection art                  Luke's reflection art

 

  • Message from Miss Embley
  • First News updates
  • Attempt the Stay at Home Heroes challenges (see PE and Healthy Lifestyles link)
  • New week 9 'Stay at Home PE Programme' (see PE and Healthy lifestyles link)
  • This week's quiz is on continents.

Hello Class 12,

 

I hope you are all keeping safe during these unusual times. I have attached some pages below for you to have a look through 😊. You can find a link to your home learning pack on there along with messages from myself and activities to keep you busy! Be sure to keep checking the 'Purple Mash' link to see who our Purple Mash stars have been and pictures of their work laugh.

 

I am missing you all lots and hopefully we can all be reunited very soon heart.

 

Miss Embley xxx

Miss Embley

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Hello and welcome to Class 12’s page. I am Miss Embley and I will be teaching your child in year 5 this academic year. I am really looking forward to all of the exciting activities we have planned - it is definitely going to be another busy year! Please don’t hesitate to come and see me if you have any questions or concerns and remember to keep checking this page to see what we have been up to 😊

Maya Relief Dough Sculpture

 

As part of our work on The Maya, Class 12 have been creating salt dough Maya Gods. It was extremely tricky and required a lot of skills such as: measuring, kneading and carving. Have a look at some of our work so far…

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Mayan Masks

 

To introduce our new topic ‘Long Ago and Far Away!’, the children have designed and created their own Mayan masks. The children thoroughly enjoyed finding out about the weird and wonderful ways that The Maya use their masks and are really excited to get stuck into this topic.

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Gymnastics with Olympic Gymnast, Craig Heap

 

We had a fantastic assembly with Olympic and Commonwealth gymnast, Craig Heap. He was full of energy and enthusiasm, and inspired our children to follow their dreams and be the best that they can be. Following assembly, the children were given the chance to take part in a workshop of gymnastic skills. 

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