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Welcome to Ash Class

Tuesday 26th May

 

So, it's half term but I've been in school looking after some key worker children but I've also managed to sort out our classroom so that it's safe for our return from next week.

It looks a bit different - I've had to move the sofa and bookcases.  But hopefully it will work really well and keep us all safe.

I'm so looking forward to seeing the Year 6's from next Wednesday and hopefully the Year 5's soon too.

Have a fab half term and enjoy the lovely weather.

Take care

Love Mrs Pontet x

Monday 18th May

 

I can't believe this is the last week of this half term!  I'm delighted by how well you've adapted to your home learning and have loved seeing all your work and hearing what you've been up to.

This week is meant to be hot and sunny, so please try to get outside and enjoy it. Maybe you could help in the garden, wash the car or spend some time with your family on a bike ride or walk?

 

It is also the final week of our book study 'Holes'.  I hope you've enjoyed all the tasks we've set.  I think the make up design was a particular favourite of our class!  

As the topic, I'd like you to learn some more about our amazing planet.  Although this is a challenging time for all of us, I have been glad to see that our environment has benefited with reduced pollution and animals roaming.  So have a think about what you think makes Planet Earth so wonderful and what we can do to help it.

 

I've been busy planning for after half term.  Our topic, whether at home or school, will be "Crime and Punishment". We'll be looking at how this has changed over the past 2000 years and having discussion topics which are relevant to us today.  I'm really looking forward to it!

 

Remember to stay in touch and let me know how you're doing.

Take care and stay safe.

Love Mrs Pontet x

 

 

Monday 11th May

 

For Year 6, this week should have been SATs week.  I know some of you, like me, will be disappointed that you've worked so hard and now can't show how well you've progressed and some of you will be relieved that this year the exams have been cancelled.  Either way, remember that the skills and knowledge that we've been working on do still matter, they will help you at secondary school and beyond.  So please keep up your great work at home, doing some sort of maths and English everyday. 

It seems like you may be back with us for a few weeks before you head off to The Piggott or wherever else you are continuing your education - and I look forward to it!

 

Year 5 - you too are sending in some fabulous work.  I love seeing it and knowing that you're adapting so well in these strange times.  Please keep it up!  I can't wait to see how you demonstrate your learning all about the Mayans.

 

I hope you have managed to write a letter to an old person in the community (see Mrs Hughes email) - it is so important to help those who are more vulnerable, feel part of the village community and know that we are thinking of them.  

 

Please keep in touch - you know I love a chat smiley and am really missing hearing all your news and what you're getting up to!  So please drop me an email to let me know how you're doing, as well as asking any questions or sending work in.

 

Take care and stay safe.

Mrs Pontet x

Monday 4th May (Happy Star Wars Day!)

 

Thank you for all the work you've sent in.  I also love hearing about what you've been up to whilst at home.  If you haven't contacted me yet, please do - I'd love to hear from you!

I've been busy at home.  Planning, emailing and completing my Open University course all about science.  I've also been reading a lot (as usual).  I try to mix up what I read: fiction, non-fiction, magazines, travel guides, I've also reread 'Holes'.  I've particularly enjoyed 'The Book of Gutsy Women' by former First Lady, Hillary Clinton. It's full of short essays about some truly inspirational women throughout history.

 

Obviously, I can't stop baking!  I  even had a go at piping. And yes I did have jam and cream with the scones smiley

 

I hope you are all coping ok and feel that the home learning is going well.  This situation won't last forever and hopefully we'll all be back in school before you know it.

 

Keep in touch with news, work and questions.

Take care

Mrs Pontet x

 

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Monday 27th April

 

Thank you so much to everyone who has sent in photos of what they're up to and also examples of work that you have been doing at home.  It's lovely to see that so many of you are enjoying the home learning tasks and are working so hard!

As well as preparing work and communicating with you, I have had time to do more baking.  Although I am having to limit myself to twice a week, as I just eat everything I make (not very healthy).  But I think of the saying "a little of what you fancy, does you good", so I won't stop completely!

I've also been watching quite a lot of travel shows on TV.  As you know, I love to travel and have been inspired to plan some trips all around the world - for when we're allowed to do so.  I've particularly loved the BBC's 'Race across the World', where teams have to travel the length of South America on a limited budget (no flying on planes permitted).  I am considering whether to apply for the next series, as it looks like an amazing experience.

Please remember to send me some work this week.  I do love to see how you're all getting on.

Be good and stay safe.

Love Mrs Pontet x

First week of the summer term at home!

Monday 20th April

 

So, we should all be back together in school today, but in these extraordinary times, it is not to be!

I hope you are all safe and well and behaving at home wink.

Today marks the first day of our home learning page.  Please just try your best to do some maths and English everyday - you don't have to do everything.  I have also put some other activities on this page if you'd like to do them. 

Get into a good routine Monday to Friday.  Have breakfast and then do some work, have a break and then do a bit more.  Personally, I would suggest a couple of hours 'work' in the morning and then after lunch do something creative and/or active.  If you'd like to carry on working in the afternoon - fine, it's whatever suits you best.  I'd love to see photos of what you're all up to.

Check out my video  - perhaps you could do something similar?

 

Whatever you do - be kind.  Obviously to other people but also to yourself.  Don't be cross if you can't do something (yet!) and forgive yourself when things go wrong.

 

Any questions, news or work to share - just let me know via the school email.

Stay safe 

Mrs Pontet x

 

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Tuesday 14th April

Hello all, hope you are keeping well and have been able to enjoy the lovely weather in some way. 

I have been branching out with my baking and trying some non-chocolate based treats - Simnel cake (only enough marzipan for 8 disciples!), lemon drizzle and cinnamon buns!  Because of all this cake, I've made sure I've kept up with my fitness training and am now doing my Pilates class online too!  I've also enjoyed exploring my local area by foot.  I live near Reading University and I've found their lovely gardens and lake.

Just to remind you that our home learning pages will have activities and tasks at the weekend. It's a good idea to keep reading, writing and practising your maths every day, even if just for a short time - just do your best!  Please don't worry.

I look forward to hearing from you through the school email.

Take care and stay safe.  Mrs Pontet x

Mrs Pontet's Easter baking

Mrs Pontet's Easter baking 1
Mrs Pontet's Easter baking 2
Mrs Pontet's Easter baking 3

Tuesday 31st March

Hello Ash Class, I hope you are all keeping safe and healthy.

 

I've been in school this week, looking after some of the children whose parents are key workers but since I've seen you last, I have managed to keep myself busy.

I've obviously done quite a bit of baking - chocolate cupcakes, chocolate brownies, choc banana bread (think there's a bit of a theme!).  I've also been keeping up with my fitness training online and going for a walk every day. My son and I have been learning some new card games and he's trying to teach me how to play some games on the Playstation! (I'm not very goodsmiley).

 

I hope you are all having fun at home as well as completing some of tasks we set you.  I will put more work on the Phase 2 home learning page after the Easter holidays - please check it out!

I'd love to hear how you are getting on, so please send me photos and/or messages to the school office email. If you send photos, I'll put them on this class page.

 

Take care and stay safe.  Love Mrs Pontet x

 

Having fun home learning!

If you enjoyed the Winchester Planetarium - why not do some star-gazing at home?

School Closure Information

Ash Class - I miss you already!  Please, please stay safe and at home.  But try to get some fresh air every day - in your garden or walking in the local area.  Keep yourselves busy with lots of different activities - some school based, some home based.

Every day, Monday - Friday you should be competing a variety of school based tasks. (see packs given out on Friday)

30 minutes of Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

1 hour of English

1 hour of Maths

1 hour of science / geography / art etc

Also, make sure you do something active such as dancing, skipping or trampolining as well as lots of reading.

I'll add more tasks and information every week, so please check back at least once a week.

 

Always remember,  above all - be kind!

Have a go at a scavenger hunt!

Ash Class is taught by Mrs Pontet, ably assisted by

Miss Morris and Mrs Larkins.

Year 5 and 6 are important years, both academically and socially and we have many exciting things to look forward to!

 

 

Useful websites:

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p00rfvk1 - 500 words story competition

http://primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/    For any topic work help

http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/ks2/ 

http://www.andythelwell.com/blobz/guide.html    test your scientific knowledge

https://uk.ixl.com/ela - a fun grammar website

https://uk.ixl.com/math  - maths practise

Please remember.....

  • always have a good reading book in school
  • PE is on Mondays and Thursdays, so always have the correct kit on those days
  • to have your super 6 stationary every day                               and
  • to continue to demonstrate a positive attitude in all you do!

 

 

Upcoming dates:

 

 

Tuesday 7th January - Everyone back in school - Hurrah!

Wednesday 29th January - Visit Maidenhead Mosque

Wednesday 29th January 6pm - PGL/SATs and Bushcraft parents meeting

Wednesday 12th February - Leadership Programme at The Piggott School

17th - 21st February - Half term

Monday 9th March - Friday 13th March - STEM week

Monday 9th March - Whole school trip to Winchester Science Centre

Tuesday 24th March - Class photos

Wednesday 1st April - Easter service at St Marys Church

Friday 3rd April - End of term

 

11th - 14th May- Year 6 SATs week

15th - 19th June - Year 6 PGL week

29th June - 1st July - Year 5 Bushcraft trip

 

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