Teachers: Mr Torrie & Mr Gibbons (Mrs Spencer is off on maternity leave)
Welcome to our new class page!
Our topic this term is 'Ecotricity', which is all about renewable energy. In this we will look at how power is generated from both renewable and non-renewable sources, the impact these have on the environment and the benefits and drawbacks of each energy source.
We are looking into a trip for our class this term – there will hopefully be a letter sent out soon about this!
SATs Club has now begun for Year 6 on a Monday, after school, until 4.30pm.
Revision is to be completed by each Friday, when new work will be set.
If your child would like to complete an accelerated reader test once they have finished reading a book, please click the link below. This will take you to the correct log in site for Calveley Academy.
White Rose Maths
We highly recommend using this home learning resource from White Rose to help teach your child maths at home to suit their specific year group. There are five daily lessons for each week and they provide audio teaching and related worksheets free to download for your child to complete. They suggest to spend between 20-30 minutes on each daily session
Ideas for keeping active
It is really important that we are all staying active in this difficult time. We hope your still getting out for some daily exercise with your family. There are a number of other ways to stay active – Joe Wickes has a 30 minute workout each day from 9am on his youtube channel. The Crewe and Nantwich Sports partnership are uploading a daily challenge on their twitter feed which is @candnssp. We have attached a couple of files with nice activities to try at home.
For dailymathsteaching at home we highly recommend the following website for EYFS through to Year 6: White Rose Home Learning White Rose Maths are providing five daily lessons for each week with engaging audio teaching and related worksheets (free
Calveley have loved World Book Day! We have all shared books and participated in a quiz about books that we would know. All of the costumes were fantastic and it was great to see the children so excited about the book characters that they came as.
Our virtual tour is now available on the school website under the information tab at the top of the homepage. We're very excited to have it up and running and I think it looks fantastic. Special thanks to Ben Curtis from The Curve AI for all the time and effort that he has spent on this. It's
Don't forget: Tuesday is our weekly Sports Assembly with Mr Gibbons. If you have any achievements that you would like to share and celebrate with the rest of the school, don't forget to tell us! It could be anything! Swimming certificate, football trophy, a part in a dance show... Just make