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Thursday, 30 July 2020

Year 6 Social

We are now going to pilot a year 6 social classroom where you can all join and socialise. You will be able to use that to catch up. The year 6 social classroom will be a place you can talk to your classmates. The year 6 classroom code is eirn2yj

We hope this will help you to keep in touch with each other. Let me know if you have any problems, Mrs Bowes

Friday, 3 July 2020

Transition to Highschool book 1

I understand that the link I attached is unable to be opened, therefore I have attached activity booklet 1. I hope this is easier to access. It is to be completed by the end next week. These activities will support year 6 with their transition to Highschool. 
I will be adding a final one at the end of next week to be completed the week after.
Michelle Weaver
Year 5 teacher

Monday, 29 June 2020

Year 6 transition booklet 1

Hi year 6. It is important that you complete the transition to Highschool activities as they will support your transition to Highschool.

Click on the link

Thursday, 18 June 2020

A message from the Duchess of Cambridge

Today, (Thursday 18June) the Duchess of Cambridge (Kate Middleton) will lead an online assembly for children across the UK during which she will speak about the importance of mental wellbeing. The theme of the Duchess' assembly is 'spread a little kindness' 
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Wednesday, 10 June 2020

Transition maths

https://www.numerise.com/?utm_source=Hegarty-schools-mailchimp&utm_medium=Email&utm_campaign=Numerise-beta

Here is the Maths website to create an account to help with Year 6 to Year 7 Maths.

Mrs Ord

Monday, 8 June 2020

Picture News

"Having a routine is better than not having one"

How do you feel about this?
Take a look at these activities and see how many you can do!

Sunday, 7 June 2020

World Ocean Day!


Today is World Ocean Day! 

Have an explore of this great website and send in your amazing creations throughout the day!








Friday, 22 May 2020

Rainbow Science

Good Afternoon,

Ynes has sent these photos to me showing the results of her Rainbow Science assignment.


Have a good week's holiday 
From Mrs Ord

BBC Bitesize

Morning all.

Well this is a strange way to be spending the last day of term.

Here is today's BBC Daily Bitesize Learning.

Maths is a Weekly Maths Challenge, English is comparing texts and writing from the perspective of a character and then a Music lesson.

Enjoy a week's rest and don't forget to keep writing in those diaries - you're creating a primary source of history.
Mrs Ord

Maths Transition


Good Morning, 

With an adult, please use the link above to sign up for the 'Secondary Ready Course' in Maths.

I will re-post the link after the half term holidays.

Mrs Ord

Thursday, 21 May 2020

BBC Bitesize


Good Morning Everyone,

Here is the link to today's Daily BBC lesson. Maths is something you need to consolidate before moving to Secondary School - converting and simplifying, English write a letter of thanks and Computing focuses on Gaming.

Remember to use your Purple Mash account and practice your Coding.

Enjoy some fresh air and I will post tomorrow
Mrs Ord

Wednesday, 20 May 2020

BBC Bitesize Learning


Good Morning,

Here is your link for today's BBC Learning. For the English, write a final edited letter of thanks to someone who has supported you during Lockdown. Your letter should have at least two paragraphs, contain a range of punctuation and give detail of why you are saying thank-you.

Don't forget to add artwork as a border or as a picture.

Enjoy the sunshine today
Mrs Ord

Tuesday, 19 May 2020

BBC Bitesize


Good Morning everybody,

Here is your link to BBC Bitesize Daily Learning. Maths is multiplying decimals by integers (make sure you can tell an adult what an integer is by the end of the lesson), English is fantastic for you all today - using semi-colons and the Geography lesson looks at natural resources.

I will post more on Google Classrooms.
Remember to get some fresh air, exercise and take the time to read.

Stay Safe
Mrs Ord

Monday, 18 May 2020

Guiness World Record TTRockStars


Have you got what it takes to become a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS® title holder?

We are inviting you to attempt a Guinness World Records title by answering as many times tables questions correctly as you can
in one minute.
Guinness World Records has created a new title - Highest score achieved on 'Times Tables Rock Stars' in one minute - and we
are looking for players to aim for this special accolade.
HOW DO I TAKE PART?
It's simple: get a world-beating score in a Studio game, make sure it's captured in a video and send a link to that video to support@mathscircle.com by the end of Thursday 4th June (11:59pm GMT).

BBC BITESIZE


Good Morning everybody,

I hope you had a good weekend. It's the last week of the half term so you break up on Friday for a week.

This morning's Maths is multiplying and dividing decimals, English - you are familiar with metaphors and similes but hyperbole is something new to you and finally History is Henry VIII.

Have a good day
Mrs Ord 

Thursday, 14 May 2020

BBC Bitesize


Good Morning Everyone,

Once more, a beautiful sunny spring morning. Or it may even be summer; you can research that for me - when does summer begin?

Today's Bitesize Maths is finding fractions of amounts, English is writing a recount and today's DT is related to fast cars, parachutes and rockets. Make sure you have adult supervision if you are doing the experiments.

Enjoy your day
Mrs Ord

Wednesday, 13 May 2020

Bitesize


Good Morning Everyone,

Today's English writing is to write a debate so think of the one we did about Michael's parents taking him on a journey round the world in Kensuke's Kingdom. Maths is dividing by fractions by intergers - refer to your CGP book if you need to and finally a Science lesson on how living things adapt to their environment.

Enjoy the sunshine and when you get outside observe closely plants and birds and think how they have adapted to suit their environment.

Have a great day
Mrs Ord

Tuesday, 12 May 2020

BBC Bitesize


Morning Everyone,

It looks to be a sunny warm day today to lift your spirits.

Today's learning looks to be challenging in all three subjects; Maths - multiplying fractions by fractions, English punctuation in speech which can be tricky to remember and the Geography lesson is the impact of plastics on our environment.

Do remember to roll your sleeves up and get some sunshine on your face and arms to enable your body to produce Vitamin D.

Until tomorrow, Stay Safe
Mrs Ord

Monday, 11 May 2020

BBC Bitesize


Good Morning Everybody,

I hope you had a fabulous weekend and managed to watch and listen to WW2 veterans and their experiences. 

This morning's Maths is multiplying and dividing fractions, English is report writing and then History is Ancient Egypt.

The weather is a lot different today, so wrap up warm and remember to get some daily fresh air and exercise.

Stay Safe
Mrs Ord

Thursday, 7 May 2020

VE Day memories

Good Afternoon Everyone,

You might like to use this website tomorrow and think about your knowledge and understanding from your learning about WW2 and the memories  the people on this link want to share with you.

BBC Bitesize


Good Morning Everybody,

I hope you and your families are keeping well. Once again the sun shines for us; make sure you get outside and keep looking closely at how plants (including trees) are changing. One of the fastest changing plants to watch is the dandelion, so make some detailed drawings of them at different stages of their lifecycle. These can be added to your Lockdown Diary.

Anyhow, back to Bitesize! Maths is adding and subtracting mixed number; remember to convert to improper fractions with the same denominator. English is linked to the fantastic author, Malorie Blackman and there is a Computing lesson on algorithms. After completing that lesson you can access your Purple Mash account and do some coding.

Tomorrow is VE Day (a Bank Holiday) and I am going to post plenty of activities on Google Classrooms.

Have a super day
Mrs Ord

Wednesday, 6 May 2020

BBC Bitesize


Good Morning everyone,

Once again a beautiful sunny morning to keep our spirits up.

Today's Bitesize Maths is fractions, the English is something you can all use in your writing; relative clauses and the Science lesson is on plant reproduction. When you go outside, make some careful observations of the flowers in your garden (including weeds) and see if you can relate your science lesson to what you see. You could draw a detailed sketch of different flowers in your Lockdown Diary.

Enjoy your day
Mrs Ord

Tuesday, 5 May 2020

Daily Bitesize

Good Morning Everyone,

When the sun shines, doesn't it make a difference? So, make sure you get some 'outdoors time', either sitting in the garden or going for a walk.

Here is today's BBC Bitesize link with fractions in Maths (remember the common denominator to help you order and compare fractions), personification in English and interestingly a Geography lesson involving import and exports.


Take Care
Mrs Ord

Monday, 4 May 2020

Bitesize Learning


Good Morning,

I hope everyone had a good weekend.

Please find the link above for your daily BBC Bitesize lesson. Today's English is analysing a descriptive setting, your Maths for the day is fractions and History is a topic you covered in Year 3, The Egyptians.

Make sure you take your daily exercise. Just sitting outside listening to the birdsong can be really relaxing too; close your eyes and listen for how many different birds you can hear. Call this the New Tweets of the Day.

Mrs Ord Mr Edwards

Friday, 1 May 2020

Maths

If you're after further maths resources to use at home, take a look at some of these brilliantly tailored lessons that are year group specific and free to use!
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BBC Bitesize


Good Morning everyone,

Today's learning looks interesting and challenging; English linked to the London Eye, Maths problems and a music lesson involving Beethoven (not the dog from the movie!)

Please make sure you get outside for some fresh air and exercise because it is good for your well-being. On Monday I will re-post the timetable to help you keep a structure to your day.

Have a good weekend, remember to help parents and carers with a few household chores.
Stay Safe

Mrs Ord and Mr Edwards

Thursday, 30 April 2020

Science investigations

Good afternoon everyone,

Ynes has shared her photos of her Science investigations from Google Classrooms this week.

Well done and thank you Ynes.


Bitesize Learning

Good Morning Everyone,

Here is the link to today's BBC Bitesize lessons:


Remember your daily exercise; you may need to wrap up warm today although the sun is shining.

From
Mrs Ord and Mr Edwards

Wednesday, 29 April 2020

BBC Bitesize

Good Morning Everyone,

Here is the link to today's BBC Bitesize lessons.


You can access previous day's learning too.

Remember to take breaks, get some exercise and fresh air.

Stay Safe
Mrs Ord and Mr Edwards

Tuesday, 28 April 2020

BBC Bitesize

Here is an additional Home Learning resource from the BBC. We will be posting these daily on the Blog for you to access.


Remember to exercise too and get some fresh air.

Thursday, 23 April 2020

For our lovely children

To all our lovely Iveson children, the staff have made a video for you to cheer you all upπŸ˜„ We chose the song Dance MonkeyπŸ’ as we know most of you ❤️ this song! We miss you all...keep safe and keep dancing πŸ’ƒπŸ•ΊπŸ˜‰



Staff video

To all our lovely Iveson children, the staff have made a video for you to cheer you all upπŸ˜„ We chose the song Dance MonkeyπŸ’ as we know most of you ❤️ this song! We miss you all...keep safe and keep dancing πŸ’ƒπŸ•ΊπŸ˜‰

Wednesday, 22 April 2020

Timetable

Good Afternoon everyone,

Following conversations with parents I have posted below a copy of the timetable we follow in Eagles class. This should help you to maintain some structure to your day. This is good for your mental well-being. Remember, that in a lesson, time is used for teachers to explain the work, class discussions take place and texts are read so there is no need to spend an hour and a half on your daily English task as you would do in school. This is the same for other lessons. 
Remember to write in your Lockdown Diary every few days (green exercise book) so that you have created your own primary history source of these unprecedented times. Use the ideas Flossie Albright included in her World War 2 Diary we began reading before school closed. 
At the bottom of the timetable I have included a few ideas for Art and DT.

Keep Safe everyone 
We do miss you all
Mrs Ord and Mr Edwards






Friday, 3 April 2020

TTRockstars

Well done to our MVPs this week!
   

Chester Zoo

Once again Chester Zoo is opening it's doors to everyone...for free!



Enjoy seeing live videos as the zoo shares another live tour with even more animals!

Follow it on the zoo's Facebook page or Youtube channel


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10am - Meerkats - with the possibility of new babies! 

11am - Eastern black rhinos

12pm - Beautiful birds

1pm - Poison dart frogs

2pm - Jaguars

3pm - Okapi


Thursday, 2 April 2020

PE

Don't forget to complete your PE session for today!

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Stay healthy and happy everyone!

TTRockstars

Log into TTRockstars today to help out the school, only one day left and we're behind the other schools!


Kaseem in Swifts is Iveson's leading scorer at the moment, well done Kaseem!!

PE

Don't forget to complete your PE session for today!

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Stay healthy and happy everyone!

Wednesday, 1 April 2020

As it stands

Who will win our Battle of the bands?
Can you help us against the other local schools?



With not long to go we've got two year groups who look to be running away with it!

Monday, 30 March 2020

PE!

Remember to keep up with your virtual PE Lesson everyday!

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Friday, 27 March 2020

Zoo Trip!

Here is your next Zoo Trip task!

Can you create a fact file for one of the animals you have seen today?

You must include:
An amazing picture!
The habitat
A visual description
The food they eat
3 interesting facts



Zoo Trip!


Your first activity is to research the impacts of Palm Oil on the creatures of the zoo!
Follow the link to the Chester Zoo website (and any other sites and sources you can find) to see what you can find out.

TASK:
Create a poster the dissuades (the opposite to persuading) people from using palm oil



School Trip!

Today we have the opportunity to visit Chester Zoo- the whole school with be going on a virtual school trip!

We will be sharing different activities through the day that link to your day at the zoo

Be ready at 10am
10:00 πŸ‘‰ Red pandas 🐼
11:00 πŸ‘‰ Rothschild's giraffes πŸ¦’
12:00 πŸ‘‰ Asian elephants 🐘
13:00 πŸ‘‰ Butterflies πŸ¦‹
14:00 πŸ‘‰ Sun bears 🐻
14:30 πŸ‘‰ Sumatran tigers πŸ…
14:45 πŸ‘‰ Humboldt penguins 🐧
16:00 πŸ‘‰ Aquarium 🐠

Come and join the fun. The animals are waiting...


Times Table Rock Stars!

Aziz in Year 5 scored 42 in 1 minute! Can you beat him? 

Who is the quickest in your class? 

We will be sending MVP certificates on the blog tonight!



Revision of shapes




Thursday, 26 March 2020

Join your Google Classroom

In years 3, 4,5 and 6, teachers will set work and communicate using Google Classroom. Google Classroom is an online classroom that pupils can join to receive and send learning and view teacher feedback. To set up an account and join your classroom use the instructions below. If you have any problems, use purple mash to email your teacher.
 
On your device (computer, tablet or phone), go onto google. Click sign in - located in the top corner.


Now begin creating your account. To do this click create account.


Then click ‘for myself’



Enter your details, choose a username (this will become your login) and a password before clicking next.


 
Add information for your account security. This will be used if you were to forget your login. Then click next.



Read and tick if you agree to the Google terms before clicking create account.




 Your account is set up. You should see in the top corner your first initial (of the account you set up). Click the small grid of square which I have highlight with a red box and select Classroom. If you are using a tablet or phone download the Google Classroom App to sign in (it is completely free).



 Click continue

Click the add button.


Select join class.



Enter the code for your year group’s class and click join.
Year 6 Class Code is: 3m4cnnk

You have now entered your virtual classroom.