Firstly, well done for all your hard work last week during Art week. We have been impressed with all the work posted on Seesaw. It was also great to hear that lots of you enjoyed the RTS virtual school trip to ‘The Tate’ gallery.
Our Global Community
This week our theme is ‘Our Global Community’. As part of our learning we will be exploring some of the 17 Sustainable Global Goals.
One of the goals that we will focus on is Goal 10 – Reduce Inequality.
We are also going to be learning about some inspirational people from across the world and thinking about the importance of kindness.
Virtual Sports Day – Tuesday 30th June 2020
On your marks… Get set… Go!
This Tuesday it is the RTS Virtual Sports Day. You should now know which team you are in. The details about the events have been posted on Seesaw.
Those of you who are in school on Tuesday will be able to take part in the events with your bubble.
Please remember to ask an adult to submit your scores before 5pm on Tuesday.
Harrogate Library Poetry Competition Winners!!!
We are so proud to announce that two of the competition winners were from Swaledale.
Congratulations to Eli who won 1st Place for his Haiku Poem and Emily who won 1st Place for her Acrostic Poem. We are super proud of you! Also well done to Evie who also had her entry published on the Harrogate Library Facebook page.
This week we will be posting details on Seesaw of a new poetry competition so keep a look out for that post.
BBC Bitesize Daily
We will continue to send a link to BBC Bitesize Daily for learning activities.
In addition to BBC Bitesize, remember to log into TTrockstars to practice your times tables. This week we would like you to focus on securing the multiplication and division facts for the 4 times table in your times table book. It is important that you continue to practice these facts until you can recall them off by heart.
You might also enjoy the following online games:
As always, we are looking forward to seeing all your learning. Below are a sample of some of the wonderful paintings, which have been posted this week.
Keep up the hard work everyone!
Mrs Heard, Mrs Norman and Mrs Groves x