Our Class teachers are Miss Ellis and Mrs Mitchell
Our Teaching Assistants are Mrs Holder (TA) and Mrs Ashton (HLTA)
IMPORTANT HOME LEARNING INFORMATION:
Due to the latest government guidance surrounding the Covid-19 outbreak, North Rigton School will be closed to all except ‘key workers’ children from Monday 23rd March 2020. In order to support families at home, we will be supplying our children with ‘Home Learning Grids’ whilst school is closed. These will provide our children with learning opportunities in Maths, English and Wellbeing. Grids can be accessed below and will also be emailed out for your information. These will be updated and additional grids uploaded accordingly.
You will also find below a list of useful websites which can be accessed to support learning at home. These have been broken down into Maths and English sections for your information.
Please click on the link below to access wellbeing support for the whole family during the school closure:
Freya has been learning more exciting things in Science. She has learnt about density of liquids to make a rainbow and found out what happens when you mix all the colours together. Video_1Video
Sophia has written a rhyming poem about Captain Tom Moore and lockdown. Another superb poet!
Tomas has taken lots of stunning photographs of the village. For those missing North Rigton check out his video. He using these photographs as part of his cub scout challenge. Great Photography!
Tuesday 28th April
Dexter has done an amazing piece of work about the NHS – it is worth a read – I’m hoping you can zoom in! He has facetimed his Auntie and Uncle about when they worked in the NHS and then emailed a nurse who is working in the hospitals at the moment. Great work!
Isaac has written a diary from the point of view of a cat travelling through space!
Imogen has made a card to send to Captain Tom Moore and she has been watching her caterpillars hatch (Welcome Colin, Colin, Colin, Colin and Colin to the world!)
Monday 27th April
Harper has been super busy – she has cleaned her trampoline and been practising a gymnastics routine for a virtual gymnastics competition on it, she has rescued a baby bird, played badminton with her Dad in her garden, been donating her toys to her neighbours, baking for her Grandma, writing a lovely letter to wish Captain Tom Moore a Happy Birthday and wrote a letter to me to tell me all about it! Dear Captain Tom Moore
Harley has written a very moving poem about the Coronavirus. He has used a superb repetitive structure to help the poem flow.
Kendall’s chicks have hatched! So cute !
Friday 24th April
Freya L has been learning about angles whilst drawing a beautiful piece of chalk artwork on the ground.
Eve has been planning her next holiday to Centre Parcs. She has costed it all out and then answered mathematical questions about it.
Georgia has been starting to learn about the Romans and put all her information together in a Roman Powerpoint.ROMAN GODS
Dan has been super busy doing Maths, Spelling, English, learning about Explorers, growing vegetables, building a water park and gaining lots of cub scout badges – the photograph of the butterfly was for his photography badge.
Isaac is blossoming with his poetry – he will have written a whole book by the end of lockdown!
Thursday 23rd April
Isaac has written a wonderful poem about Legoland. He has used great repetitive structure to show his emotions.
Freya M has been eggxpertly eggxplaining some Egg Science today!
Wednesday 22nd April
Bradley has been caring for his new pet lamb – Henry. He has to help feed it each day.
Even without any water, Tomas is learning how to sail his boat with his sister and Dad. Great Koinonia!
Eggcellent Entertainers competition
These are our Eggcellent Entries! Well done to Bradley, Freya M, Georgia, Isobel, Sophia, Tabitha, Dan and Tomas for taking part. They are all fantastic!
Our winners were:
Mrs Holder chose Georgia’s Eggliens for ‘entertaining’ the people in the space rocket.
Miss Ellis chose Bradley’s sheep ‘Hetty’ with her lamb ‘Tommy’ – the lambs are certainly entertaining people on their daily walks.
Mrs Mitchell chose Tomas’ Bart who entertains people on the Simpsons every day.
Dan has built an amazing den in his back garden. He has also been taking part in an egg challenge. He needed to design a parachute that would drop his egg to the ground safely without being smashed. And he did it…well done!
Monday 20th April
Tomas has really impressed me as he has taken his chapter he wrote at school (when we were reading the Iron Man) and edited it two times to improve the language and sentence structure. He has persevered to write a very descriptive chapter of what happened to his ‘Copper Android’. Great work!
Isaac has designed a new invention to clone cats. The cat goes through the circle and all the lights have to go green for the cloning to work properly.
Eve has had an ingenious idea and turned an Easter box into a popcorn box. She then made butterscotch popcorn to go in whilst her family watched a movie. A great way to recycle!
Sophia has been busy learning her times tables, learning how to make guacamole, painting a mushroom for her garden and planting herbs!
Friday 17th April
Dexter has been learning about the Vikings at home and wrote a really interesting Presentation about them. Click on this link to read it.
Isaac has been growing Caterpillars. He says that they are starting to cocoon before they then emerge into butterflies.
Wednesday 15th April
Georgia has found her Dad’s guitar in the loft and is teaching herself how to play it using an app. Keep practising!
Monday 13th April
Sophia has been having a lovely Easter holiday; baking a cake and bread, cooking Broccoli and Stilton Soup, decorating trees, swinging on rope swings and making a HUGE thank you decorated stone for her postman. IMG_4643
Tabitha and her family have been enjoying their Easter holidays together doing lots of ‘eggciting’ things. Great Koinonia shown with her brother finding all the eggs on their Easter Hunt. IMG_0257
Friday 10th April
Georgia has been busy learning about how people in other countries celebrate Easter.
Thursday 9th April
Darcy has written a wonderful story about changing places with her Mum. She has used speaking really well to move the story on. Great work. Darcy’s story Changing places
Dexter has been doing some amazing work at home over the past few weeks and having a wonderful time at the same time. Check out his Mummy’s clever ideas to teach the X tables. All you need to do is eat lots of tins of beans and grab those nerf guns everyone!
Monday 6th April
Georgia has made an amazing rocket out of recycled bottles and cans. Check out the flames too! Can you guess what she made it out of ?
Annabelle has written a lovely story. I am looking forward to reading it when we go back to school.Video (1)
Friday 3rd April
Freya L has been busy learning Maths, singing with her brother, teaching her sister Maths, making Jam, finding Sophia’s and Dan’s stones, helping with the housework and doing lots of exercise.
Freya M has been practising her alliteration. This picture will make you feel fantastic and fabulous!
Harper wrote me a lovely letter telling me about all the wonderful things she has been doing. She has been learning time, drawing rainbows and have transformed an area of her garden into a Fairy Garden.
Tabitha has been very busy at home – walking, cycling, enjoying the outdoors, making banana loaf, writing to her Nana, decorating boiled eggs, painting rainbow pictures…….what a busy bee!
Harley has been keeping fit by doing Joe Wickes and saving his Mum’s goals!
Eve had been learning her times tables whilst bouncing on the trampoline. She has also been doing lots of painting in the sunshine and adding to the village collection of stones.
Olivia dressed up a dog this morning to take part in Joe Wickes’ fancy dress Friday! She has also been working hard at home to learn about the Solar system. She has written a beautiful poem and drawn a lovely picture to send to a home for the Elderly. This is very thoughtful!
Sophia has been busy cooking a lamb hot pot – looks delicious! She has also hidden lots of stones around the village for you to find. Happy searching!
Thursday 2nd April
Theo has made a Powerpoint presentation all about Lego. lego2
Isobel has been practising her measuring skills by making a Harry Potter Potion. She has also painted some flower pots as rainbows – very beautiful
Wednesday 1st April
Freya M has been learning about April Fool’s day. She found out that in 1957 the BBC put out a short film about trees that grew spaghetti from them. The public were told to place a sprig of spaghetti in a tomato sauce tin and watch it grow! Do you think that would work?
Archie has made a Powerpoint about Borneo and found out a new fact – Orangutan means man of the forest. BORNEO
Isaac has done a Powerpoint slide to share his 5 favourite books My 5 favourite books and recorded some parts of his favourite book.
Tuesday 31st March
Eli enjoying using cards to do his Maths work and recording himself read a book.
Archie has a new fact to share with you that he has learnt from watching Steve Backshall – Did you know that a sperm whale has the largest brain of any animal. He also wrote a fantastic story using his toys – The Rock of Power
Georgia watched all of the Chester Zoo talks from the Live Zoo showing and then made a superb Powerpoint to teach you all about the animals they have there.Chester Zoo
Theo has been working with his sister to learn part of the body.
Sophia has been making the most delicious looking Yorkshire Puddings!
Annabelle having a wonderful time learning with her family at home! Loving the pink desk chair!
Imogen has made a fantastic Powerpoint to remind you to wash your hands! She has remembered all her ICT skills from class! She has also made a list of her top five books to take to a desert island. Coronavirus 1Desert Island Books
Freya was inspired by our Nonsense poetry lessons in class and went on to write her own Nonsense Poem. She has used rhyming and syllables to make it flow. Have a read of The Nacky Nock
Bea has been on Explorify ( a great Science website) and taken up the challenge of designing a new item of sportswear. Check out her swimming costume design. Beatrix Designing sportswear
Friday 27th March
Eli has been busy building an awesome den in his garden and made a fantastic game for his whole family to play.
Thursday 26th March
Dan has been busy painting stones and then hiding them around the village – have you found any whilst you have been out exercising? He has made a fantastic Chicken Sculpture and even got up close to an Owl!
Click below to read our ‘Homework and Enjoying Learning Together at Home’ letter. Also, please find links to useful resources for you to use at home if you wish to further your child’s enjoyment of learning at home.