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Superheroes Writing Competition Winners

Thank you so much to all children who entered our ‘Bryn Offa Superheroes Writing Competition.’ We have been amazed at the standard of writing we have received and have loved reading every single one of them. It really highlighted what fantastic writers we have at Bryn Offa – it has been incredibly difficult to judge!

All entrants will receive a ‘Superheroes Certificate’ through the post shortly and the winners will be receiving their prize. See below for the winners of each class:

Class 1: Olivia Hamer

Class 2: Kitt Lambourn

Class 3: Rylan Beckett

Class 4: Alice Morris

Class 5: Baylian Hodson

Well done to you all – keep up the fantastic writing 🙂

Miss Harvey

Whole School Superheroes Writing Competition – Deadline for entry 15.6.20

We’d like to invite the whole school to take part in the ‘Bryn Offa Superhero Writing Competition!’ The competition will run until 15th June so there is plenty of time to get your thinking caps on. There are lots of resources on the links below including stories, wordbanks and planning ideas. There will be a prize for each class winner so why not give it a try?! Take a look at the powerpoint for your key stage for more information, and then work your way through the resources. All entries can be sent to Miss Harvey at class3@brynoffa.shropshire.sch.uk. Good Luck!

Key Stage 1 Resources:

Key Stage 2 Resources:

Mrs Whitby’s ‘Families Together’ Challenges

Mrs Whitby’s ‘Families Together’ page is now up and running on the Bryn Offa Website. Here you can find lots of exciting challenges for you to have a go at. You can find this under the Learning Mentor tab at the top of the screen. Good Luck!

Bryn Offa Rainbows

Having seen so many wonderful rainbows in people’s windows recently. Bryn Offa have also decided to get in on the act. We thought that in order for our rainbows to be seen from the road, they had to be extra large. Can you spot them the next time you walk past?

Home Learning

Dear Parents and Pupils,

Four weeks ago the government took the decision to close all schools across the country. In order for your child to continue learning at home, Bryn Offa provided them with a learning pack and further links on the school website to interactive resources. In addition to this, Easter activities were also posted on the individual class homepages. As a staff we now feel these those resources have been exhausted and therefore further learning tasks will need to be provided.

Starting from 9:00am Monday, and each Monday throughout the summer term, each class homepage will be updated with a week’s worth of tasks. These can be found using the tabs on the top of the Bryn Offa website and scrolling down to find – Class 5 Homepage for example.

These tasks are not designed to work like a full day in school. But more of a little and often approach. It’s safe to say that the biggest priority for everyone at the moment is to stay safe and to look after each other. If these tasks help pass the time, then great.

If you have any questions or concerns regarding any of the tasks set, please don’t hesitate to contact your class teacher. The email address can be found on the individual class homepages.

Best wishes, I look forward to seeing you all again soon.

Mr Jones

Year 6 Transition to Marches

Today I have received and email from the Year 7 lead at the Marches school, Mr Kemble. He has asked me to pass on this information to every parent of any child who will be attending the Marches in September.

Good morning all. I hope you are all well and keeping safe at this difficult time.

You may be aware that packs for Year 6 students joining us in September were posted out last week, rather than the usual delivery to primary schools.

All packs contained a reply paid envelope for all the reply slips to go into, regardless of any conflicting instructions that may have been on any of the paperwork in the pack.

I wonder if you could convey this please in your next Year 6 communication to your families as we have confused a number of them:

All slips are to go into the reply paid envelope and posted back to The Marches for the deadline of the 15th May

In addition, a direct debit mandate was missing from the packs. We are currently working on a means of getting this out to them.

If you have any questions regarding these transition packs, I would encourage you to contact the Marches directly.

Best wishes everyone and stay safe.

Mr Jones

Class Homepages

Good Afternoon Bryn Offa Team,

Just a quick note to remind you to check your individual class homepage using the tab at the top of the page. These have recently been updated with individual class email addresses so that you are able to contact your class teacher directly with any questions or concerns that you may have.

In addition to this, you will find details of Mrs Hartland’s rainbow challenge. How many rainbows can we create altogether? I have seen loads on my daily walks and they always put a smile on my face.

Stay safe and take care everyone!

Mr Jones

Class 5 Homepage

Check out the new Class 5 Homepage using the tabs at the top of the screen.
All of the messages and future learning will be posted in this area from now on.

White Rose Maths Home Learning

Good Morning

The link below takes you to the home learning link of the White Rose maths site. This is the scheme of work that we use at Bryn Offa.

From this link, you will be able to access a video demonstration of the topic currently being covered by your child, a question sheet to check their understanding and (most importantly) the answer sheet.

This section of the site is updated daily. There are a few lessons already on there. Hopefully, this will be your daily maths session all sorted.

Best wishes, keep looking after each other.

Mr Jones

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Problem of the Day

Good morning wonderful pupils of Class 5.  I hope that you are well.  It has been a really strange last seven days. 

Below is a link to the White Rose – Problem of the day.  This is updated each day with a new problem for both younger and older children.  Why not challenge your parents to see who can answer all the questions first?https://whiterosemaths.com/resources/classroom-resources/problems/

On the White Rose website, there is also a home learning tab.  This has loads of videos to show you how to complete some really challenging maths.  See if you can learn something new to teach to someone else in you house.

Finally, it’s really important to stay active.  Healthy body = healthy mind. Here is a link to Joe Wick’s daily workout on Youtube.  Why not start the day with a family aerobic session. 

  Hakuna Matata!

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