Translate
Search
Log in
School Logo

Mount Street

Primary and Nursery School

Learn, Enjoy, Achieve your Personal best

Get in touch

Contact Details

Social Media

Week Commencing 1 Mar

So, you last week of home learning and its World Book Day Week.  For Wednesday afternoon's art activity, there will be a link in Class Dojo's to upload the photo's of your book art for the school competition.  Remember to do the poster of your favourite book, with a picture of the front cover, a little blurb about why you enjoyed the book and who your favourite character is and why.  Bring this poster to school with you next week please as I would like to use them to decorate our library.  Also, if you remember from Friday's Celebration Assembly, I would like you to produce a piece of Kandinsky art that we can send to the Pavillions to both promote Mount Street Primary but also to make the Pavillions a nicer place to visit when getting the Covid vaccine.  Look out for all the 'live' Teams meets this week!
 
 
 

Remote Learning Suggested Timetable

Week 2

9-10

10 – 11

BREAK   - 11am – 11.30

11:15 – 11.45

11.45 – 12:15

LUNCH –12:15pm

1.15-2.15

2.30-3.00

Monday

 

Teams Assembly

Maths

Metric measures

English

To explore simple and compound sentences

 

 

 

 

Spelling

Power point

Activity 1

Reading

London Is The Place For Me by Lord Kitchner

To form an initial impression of a song

Music

To layer syncopated rhythms

Science

EOU Assessment

Worksheet below.

 

Tuesday

 

Maths

Convert metric

 

English

 

To explore complex sentences

Spelling Activity 2

 Reading for enjoyment

 

Reading

To consider the author's purpose and intended audience

 

Geography

Where does our food come from?

 

PSHE

Food, glorious food!

Wednesday

 

Maths

Calculate metric

 

English

To explore relative clauses

 

 

Spelling Activity 3

  Reading for enjoyment

 

 

Reading

To explore the author's use of language and word meaning

 

Art

WBD Art Competition Activity – see poster and message from Pavilions

 

Daily mile – walk, jog, skip, hop!

 

Thursday

World Book Day

Maths

Miles and kms

English

To explore fronted adverbials

11.15 Teams Meeting – Mythical Creature

See WBD resources below

 

 

Reading

To consider Lord Kitchener's perspective

 

Teams Meeting

Leaf Poetry

Favourite Book Poster for the library

Friday

Maths

Imperial measures

English

To explore non-finite subordinate clauses

 

WBD

Live event

Maths

EOU Assessment

Measure

Worksheet in Dojos

Spelling Activity 4

Reading

To make comparisons between two songs

 

Teams Assembly

RE

How does dharma influence how Hindus live?

Daily mile – walk, jog, skip, hop!

 
 
 

MATHS - Measures Unit

Monday - Metric measures

Tuesday- Convert metric measures

Wednesday - Calculate with metric measures

Thursday - Miles and kilometres

Friday - Imperial measures

LIVE : An interview with Tom Palmer

WRITING ON LEAVES

Author & Illustrator Academy session with Joseph CoelhoFind out why Joseph Coelho loves writing poetry...

Near homophones spelling

Still image for this video

Science - End of Unit Assessment

ART

 

This is the message that I have received from Plymouth Pavillions and I thought that, as we have been practising our Kandinsky art, we could produce pictures for the Pavillions to brighten up their vaccination centre as well as promoting our school:

  

Good morning,

 

I hope that this email finds you safe and well.

 

I’m emailing from Plymouth Pavilions and we need your help! The Pavilions has been hosting Plymouth’s first vaccination centre since December 2020 and we’re on a mission to spread some messages of thanks and positivity to both the amazing NHS teams who have now vaccinated nearly 25,000 people and also those arriving at our building for their Covid-19 vaccine, some of which are amongst our city’s most vulnerable people, having spent the majority of the last twelve months locked down and shielding.

 

We’d like to transform the poster cases around the outside and inside of our building with messages and beautiful artwork from pupils across Plymouth.  The cases are fairly exposed to the elements so we will be rotating the artwork every couple of weeks and I’m afraid we won’t be able to return anything, although I will endeavor to document and share with all involved and on social media

 

The aim is to dedicate our large individual external poster cases to as many of our local Primary schools as we can fill and then roll out the invitation to everyone and see if we can transform our queuing zone into a beautiful gallery of inspirational messages. 

 

Many thanks

Bryony

 

Please bring your artwork in to school with you on Monday.  Thank you.

 
 
Top