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Buckland

Church of England Primary School

Small school, big hearts. Wise, Responsible and Kind like the Good Samaritan.

Here is a selection of topic activities for you to choose from. 
In science this week, we are continuing to identify different plants. This week, we are focussing on wild plants. 
In geography this week, we will be learning about the natural (physical) and manmade (human) features of the seaside. 

PE

 

For PE as always I would like you to try and be active everyday! This could be going on a bike ride, playing some team games with your family, going for a walk or taking part in Joe Wicks PE lessons every morning!

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/z2hs34j  Also have some lessons that you could try too.

ICT

 

This term, we will be continuing with coding. You can continue to use the  https://www.discoveryeducation.co.uk/logout/?logout=eha

and try out year 2 unit 2b. 

Login is: 

student26147

Password: 

Buckland2

 

Or there is scratch junior that can be downloaded onto a tablet. The children have used this in school. Can you create an island with some treasure that moves?

On the video centre there are videos to help you create a background, make a sprite move and make a sprite disappear. 

DT

 

Last week, I asked you to design an island. Could you add some natural and manmade features to the seaside on your island? 

You could start making your island out of the materials that you collected last week. 

French

 

Bonjour Beech
 
We are going to watch a video this week that helps you to remember some animal names - listen to it and see if you can spot any words that you already know.

 

https://youtu.be/Ca1BDWiA7sQ

 
 When the dinosaurs say hello to each other, they do it in a different way to us, they say ‘Comment vas-tu?’ ‘Je vais bien‘ which means the same as Ca va? You could practise saying how are you in different ways in French at home.
 
Have fun!
 
Madame Bunting
Each week, Mrs Bunting will update the Charanga website so that you have a new lesson to follow. 
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