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Week 13

6th July - 10th July 

Hello everyone, 

I hope you are all okay and excited about coming to school for your transition day. 

Year 1 will be in on Wednesday 8th July from 8.45 am - 3 pm. Drop off and pick up will be from the hall.  

You will spend the day with me and your new teacher for September.  It will be a fun day including a socially distanced sports day in the afternoon. 

Children will need to wear sports clothes with a hat and coat and bring a water bottle/lunch(school dinners are available). 

 

Mrs Alford will be doing her last phone calls next week and you will be seeing me on the transition days so if you have any worries or questions then you can talk to either of us or e-mail me.  You can also continue to e-mail in home learning and any questions you may have to deputy@southmoltonprimary.devon.sch.uk. 

 

If the Oak Academy lessons https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule and the bbc videos-https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/group/p089nk5f  are enough for you then please continue using these. If you have more time and want some variety then please use the resources below. Remember there is no right way to do home learning- please use what works for you and your child. 

 

Writing

We are now using the last Talk4Writing packs which are attached below. There is 'Bob the bubble' for Year 1s. The school has made the donation so that you can access these.  This should take you two weeks to complete.

 

 * Extra challenges for writing - 10 minute challenges’- This is a fantastic website with a range of different writing activities and challenges set by bestselling authors and illustrators! https://authorfy.com/10minutechallenges/ 

 

Reading

Use the purple mash Serial mash resources to read a text and answer the questions. 

Don’t forget the summer reading challenge will continue all summer .Join the challenge, get rewards,play games and earn badges as you discover awesome books to read this summer ! ๐Ÿ“š” Let’s get silly at home “

www.summerreadingchallenge.org

 

Maths

Follow this link to white rose, choose the year group and try their daily lesson videos (week 11).

 https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Year 1 videos =https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

The worksheets to go with these lessons are attached below.

Carry on with short sessions on rockstars/numbots if you get time. 

 

Topic 

Now that the summer holidays are nearly here and hopefully the sun will  continue to shine โ˜€๏ธ๐Ÿ˜€

Why not try making some tie dye t shirts  ? ๐Ÿ‘š๐Ÿ‘•

Follow the step by step guide below and see what amazing designs you can create .

You might like to make more than one design !!!!

Once you have made you’re tie dye T-shirt can you create a scrapbook of photographs and / or written recounts of all the places you have worn your beautiful tie dye t shirts this summer . 

Your teachers will love to see what exciting places you have been to wearing your tie dye t shirt .Will you wear your t shirt to nannies ? Or on a camping trip ? ๐Ÿ•

Maybe on a visit to the park or zoo? ๐Ÿฆ’๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ…

Perhaps your T-shirt might be seen in Tesco shopping ? Who knows your tie dye t shirt might like to walk the dog with you each day ?๐Ÿ•

 I wonder where you and your tie dye t shirt might end up ? ๐ŸŒ

I cant wait to see and hear all about your summer holiday adventures in your tie dye t shirt when we are all back together again in school .๐Ÿ˜€

 

https://youtu.be/YW5EVCbR73w

https://www.pinterest.co.uk/83c77ea0-7319-405d-affb-18bc2d453dec

Art 

Have you ever been lucky enough to be invited to a party !!!๐Ÿฅณ 

but then not been able to find any wrapping paper to wrap your present up in ? ! ๐ŸŽ 

Let’s learn a simple and cheap way to have fun making our own wrapping paper .

To make marbled gift wrapping paper all you will need is paper ,shaving cream !!

food colouring and a fork ! ๐Ÿค”

http://www.sciencefun.org/kidszone/experiments/

https://youtu.be/SSTAOHBvrE0

 

Science 

This year “The Royal Society “ have moved their summer science exhibition online . So why don’t you join them for an exciting week of science streamed straight into your home .From a family-friendly quiz with very special guests to a live Q&A with space experts, explore the programme for Summer Science Online and discover the exciting science they have in store for you !! ๐Ÿงฌ ๐Ÿงซ๐Ÿงช

Mrs Gardner's monthly science challenge is attached. This month is all about sound. 

 

PHSE

Mindfulness activities are really great for children who are feeling worried or feel they have a lot of their mind. Cosmic Kids, have great sections called 'zen den' and 'peace out'.

Follow this link and have a go a few times a week: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8snGkhBF7ngDp1oJtx5VcjwatxZn8xLK

 

P.E

Zumba is an exercise fitness program created by Colombian dancer and choreographer Alberto Perez during the 1990.๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿป๐Ÿ•บ.

Zumba is all about laughter and fun while keeping fit. So let’s go party ๐ŸŽ‰ ๐Ÿฅณ 

What shapes can you create ?

Zumba party dance 

https://youtu.be/ymigWt5TOV8

Minions Zumba 

https://youtu.be/FP0wgVhUC9w

Everyone loves a party so get  all your family to join in the celebration. ๐ŸŽ‰ 

 

Week 12

29th June- 3rd July

Hello everyone, I hope that you are all okay and looking forward to coming in for the transition day in a couple of weeks time.  Mrs Alford will ring you again this week and if you have any messages for me then these can be passed on. You can also continue to e-mail in home learning and any questions you may have to deputy@southmoltonprimary.devon.sch.uk. 

 

If the Oak Academy lessons https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule and the bbc videos-https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/group/p089nk5f  are enough for you then please continue using these. If you have more time and want some variety then please use the resources below. Remember there is no right way to do home learning- please use what works for you and your child. 

 

Writing

We are now using the next Talk4Writing packs which are attached below. There is 'Brian Bear' for Year 1s. The school has made the donation so that you can access these.  This should take you two weeks to complete.

 

 * Extra challenges for writing - 10 minute challenges’- This is a fantastic website with a range of different writing activities and challenges set by bestselling authors and illustrators! https://authorfy.com/10minutechallenges/ 

 

Reading

Use the purple mash Serial mash resources to read a text and answer the questions. 

 

Phonics

Please continue to access the Letters and Sounds Phonics lessons on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_FbjYUP_UtldV2K_-niWw

 

Maths

Follow this link to white rose, choose the year group and try their daily lesson videos (week 10).

 https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Year 1 videos =https://resources.whiterosemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Year-1-Summer-Week-10.pdf

The worksheets to go with these lessons are attached below.

Carry on with short sessions on rockstars/numbots if you get time. 

 

Topic

Normally during this summer term we would be welcoming the Fire Service into school to teach us all about fire safety .๐Ÿ”ฅ

Currently these visit are on hold due to Coronavirus.To help with home learning the fire service have developed lots of great resources all about fire safety and prevention .

http://www.dsfire.gov.uk/YoungPeople/SchoolVisits/Index.cfm?siteCategoryId=5&T1ID=53

There are videos and worksheets about staying safe in doors ,staying safe outdoors, how to stop ,drop and roll and staying safe on the roads .๐Ÿš’

 

Do you know how to tell the time without a watch or clock ? โฐ Now that the sunshine has returned โ˜€๏ธ why not try and make a sundial ! https://YouTu.be/oSMsX7cwzjk All you need are two pencils and a paper plate or cardboard circle .Good luck ๐ŸŒž

 

Science

http://www.sciencefun.org/kidszone/experiments/

Home Made Play Dough is so easy to make and can provide hours of fun! ๐Ÿ˜€
You will need : 
3 cups of flour
1 ½ cups of salt
6 tspn cream of tartar
3 tbspn of oil
3 cups of water
Instructions:
*Junior Scientists must have a responsible adult assistant to help!
Dissolve salt in the water.
Pour all ingredients into a large pot.
Stir constantly over medium heat until a ball forms by pulling away from the sides.
Knead the dough mixture until the texture matches playdough (1-2 minutes).
Store in plastic container. Should last for at least 3 months.
You can always add food colouring or glitter to your play dough .

 

I can’t wait to see what you make with your play dough remember to send in your photos .

 

PHSE

The last few weeks have been emotional for everyone and all our feeling have been running wild .The Colour Monster is a story all about our emotions .Why not take a few quiet moments to listen to it read aloud by Joshua Brooks .๐Ÿ“š

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W6wIEp-M4tg

 

Art 

As the weather gets hotter some of you might be thinking about a visit to the beach ๐Ÿ– 

When we are at the beach there are some people who help us to keep safe .

The RNLI life guards will be there to help if people get into trouble in the water .โ›ต๏ธ๐Ÿ„๐Ÿป‍โ™€๏ธ๐ŸŠ‍โ™‚๏ธ

The life boat crew and life guards need special clothes to ensure that they are safe ,dry and warm while they rescue people .

Can you design an outfit for them to wear? You might like to design an outfit for a hot day on the beach or maybe you could design an outfit for when they go out to sea on the lifeboat .๐ŸŒŠ

www.rnli.org/beachsafety.

 

PE

GET INVOLVED IN THE #DEVON VIRTUAL GAMES: The 4th (Boccia Sock-ia) & 5th Event (Creative Challenge) is now live & well done to Jonathan W for achieving the Gold Award in Event 1!

This is an opportunity for all our children (Reception up to Year 6) to participate in the Devon Virtual Games. There is going to be 6 active events in all, but you enter them individually with support from your family and so can choose which ones you want/can do. 

With each event there are certificates, medals and awards and the school with the highest percentage of pupils taking part will also win a prize - so get your friends involved!   

The first event was called 'Walk, Jog, Run Devon' but this event has now closed for entries. 

We would like to congratulate Jonathan W in Year 2 for achieving the Gold Award by walking,jogging or running 40 miles - a big well done and you will be receiving your certificate in the post along with being entered into the prize draw to win a £25 Amazon voucher.

The second event was called 'Pentathlon' and children have until Sunday 21st June 2020 to complete 5 athletics events which you can do at home and they are; Shuttle Run, Standing Long Jump, Vertical Jump, Speed Bounce and Target Throw. 

The third event was called 'Dance' and children have until Sunday 28th June 2020 to create your own dance routine to the song ‘Blinding Lights’ by The Weekend. Your routine will have to be no longer than 1 minute in duration, but you can use any style of dance you like. If there are adequate entries and permissions allow, all the clips will be edited to create a dance video routine to thank all key workers for their hard work. 

The fourth (Boccia Sock-ia) and fifth (Creative Challenge) events are now live and children have until Sunday 5th July 2020 to enter. Sock-ia is the same as boccia however you use socks instead of boccia balls. This game can be played individually or with other family members in your household. The 5th challenge is about creating a 7th Spirit of the Games Value for Devon and explain its meaning. You then create your logo & send a photo of what it will look like. 

To access all the details go to: https://www.activedevon.org/find-the-devonvirtualgames and click on Event 4 or 5.

Message from Miss Tuach- Good luck everybody and I would love to hear from those that are taking on the challenges and if you have any photos of you participating in Boccia-Sockia or your Creative value then send them to the usual e-mail: deputy@southmoltonprimary.devon.sch.uk for us to share on the 'Home Learning Heroes' page. 

Reminder to parents/carers: Try to ensure you are following the latest government guidance on being active during the coronavirus outbreak. 

Wimbledon  Tennis fortnight always takes place in the summer term .why not try some of these fun tennis challenges at home .๐ŸŽพ May be you could challenge your family to see who can complete the most challenges .

https://youtu.be/yS6DZMxETPI

 

Science

Mrs Gardner's monthly science challenge is attached. This month is all about sound. 

 

Week 11

22nd -26th June

Hello everyone, I am missing you all lots and it's great hearing from Mrs Alford about all the fantastic learning that you are doing.  Mrs Alford will ring you again this week and if you have any messages for me then these can be passed on. You can also continue to e-mail in home learning and any questions you may have to deputy@southmoltonprimary.devon.sch.uk. 

 

If the Oak Academy lessons https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule and the bbc videos-https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/group/p089nk5f  are enough for you then please continue using these. If you have more time and want some variety then please use the resources below. Remember there is no right way to do home learning- please use what works for you and your child. 

 

Writing

We are now using the next Talk4Writing packs which are attached below. There is 'Brian Bear' for Year 1s. The school has made the donation so that you can access these.  This should take you two weeks to complete.

 

 * Extra challenges for writing - 10 minute challenges’- This is a fantastic website with a range of different writing activities and challenges set by bestselling authors and illustrators! https://authorfy.com/10minutechallenges/ 

 

Reading 

Thank to all those parents who told Mrs Alford during their weekly phone call that they enjoyed sharing a story with their child. So here’s another adventure with Kipper to enjoy on arainy day โ›ˆ https://youtu.be/1MpMy2g32no

 

If you would rather listen to an interactive story read by a professional story teller ,just pop along to the British Library website ๐Ÿ“š

 Where you can enjoy “ Little Red Riding Hood “ read as you have never hear it before !

Or maybe you would rather hear “The dish runs away with the spoon “look out for the differences !How many can you spot? After each story you will find fun craft activities .Www.bl.uk

 

Maths

Follow this link to white rose, choose the year group and try their daily lesson videos (week 8).

 https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Year 1 videos =https://resources.whiterosemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Year-1-Week-9.pdf

The worksheets to go with these lessons are attached below.

Carry on with short sessions on rockstars/numbots if you get time. 

 

Lots of you told Mrs Alford how much they enjoyed last weeks virtual visit to The Natural History Museum .So with that in mind why don’t you join me on this weeks trip to The British Library in London .๐Ÿ“š๐Ÿ“š 

www.bl.uk

 

Topic

Let’s begin our adventures this week by logging on to www.bl.uk and clicking on the link

Discovering children’s books......then “ jump straight in “ ......

 

Here you can learn how to :”Make  a miniature book “ ๐Ÿ“š

You will need some coloured paper, scissors ,a small elastic band ,a pencil and some glue.

Either follow the step by step guide or watch the video .

https://youtu.be/gZJwoJvgNxs

You will also  find great tips on how to write your own mini book .

I wonder what brilliant books you will make ? 

Please remember to send in a photo so that all the teachers can share your stories ๐Ÿคฉ

 

Once you have made your book just click on “More activities “ to delve into tiny books read by your favourite authors ;Jacqueline Wilson ,Axel Scheffler, Jane Porter and many more .Just sit back and enjoy. I wonder which will be your favourite ?

A brand new book by the author of The  Gruffalo ..Axel Scheffler ,specially made for the British Library - Fipsy the squirrel ๐Ÿฟ finds out how to make home schooling fun .OR 

A rabbits Tale by Jacqueline Wilson 

Tim Little by Philip Armagh 

Lighting by Vivian’s Schwarz.

 

Science 

https://www.raisingdragons.com/dancing-grapes-3-99/ ๐Ÿ‘ฉ๐Ÿป‍๐Ÿ”ฌ

This dancing grapes science experiment is one of the coolest science experiments and you get to eat the grapes when the experiment is over too ! ๐Ÿ‡

All you need is some fizzy water ,grapes and a tall vase .

Then watch how the grapes dance !

Why do those grapes dances ? 

 

PHSE

Did you know everyone worries from time to time ?  Even  teachers !!

Next time you have a worry trying reading this fun book that might help you feel happier and understand more about your worries.

Remember you can always talk to an adult about any worries you may have .๐Ÿ˜€

IT’S GOOD TO TALK 

https://www.calameo.com/read/000777721945cfe5bb9cc?authid=Xu9pcOzU3TQx

 

Art

 During your daily exercise out and about you may have spotted some painted stones ,why not try to create a few of your own !! ๐Ÿ‘ฉ๐Ÿป‍๐ŸŽจ๐Ÿ‘จ๐Ÿป‍๐ŸŽจ Some ideas are attached. 

https://primarysite-prod-sorted.s3.amazonaws.com/southmoltoncommunity/UploadedDocument/87935397570e48b9ba13a74e6421f7f2/make-pebble-people-primary-resource.pdf


https://primarysite-prod-sorted.s3.amazonaws.com/southmoltoncommunity/UploadedDocument/942181f07d014c16a77ff86e8fa1f5b3/make-pebble-people-primary-resource-stimulus-sheet.pdf

 

PE

GET INVOLVED IN THE #DEVON VIRTUAL GAMES: The 4th (Boccia Sock-ia) & 5th Event (Creative Challenge) is now live & well done to Jonathan W for achieving the Gold Award in Event 1!

This is an opportunity for all our children (Reception up to Year 6) to participate in the Devon Virtual Games. There is going to be 6 active events in all, but you enter them individually with support from your family and so can choose which ones you want/can do. 

With each event there are certificates, medals and awards and the school with the highest percentage of pupils taking part will also win a prize - so get your friends involved!   

The first event was called 'Walk, Jog, Run Devon' but this event has now closed for entries. 

We would like to congratulate Jonathan W in Year 2 for achieving the Gold Award by walking,jogging or running 40 miles - a big well done and you will be receiving your certificate in the post along with being entered into the prize draw to win a £25 Amazon voucher.

The second event was called 'Pentathlon' and children have until Sunday 21st June 2020 to complete 5 athletics events which you can do at home and they are; Shuttle Run, Standing Long Jump, Vertical Jump, Speed Bounce and Target Throw. 

The third event was called 'Dance' and children have until Sunday 28th June 2020 to create your own dance routine to the song ‘Blinding Lights’ by The Weekend. Your routine will have to be no longer than 1 minute in duration, but you can use any style of dance you like. If there are adequate entries and permissions allow, all the clips will be edited to create a dance video routine to thank all key workers for their hard work. 

The fourth (Boccia Sock-ia) and fifth (Creative Challenge) events are now live and children have until Sunday 5th July 2020 to enter. Sock-ia is the same as boccia however you use socks instead of boccia balls. This game can be played individually or with other family members in your household. The 5th challenge is about creating a 7th Spirit of the Games Value for Devon and explain its meaning. You then create your logo & send a photo of what it will look like. 

To access all the details go to: https://www.activedevon.org/find-the-devonvirtualgames and click on Event 4 or 5.

 

Science

Mrs Gardner's monthly science challenge is attached. This month is all about sound. 

Week 10

15th -20th June

I hope that you are all working hard at home, keep sending in your work it's lovely to see what you have been doing. Mrs Alford will ring you again this week and if you have any messages for me then these can be passed on. You can also continue to e-mail in home learning and any questions you may have to deputy@southmoltonprimary.devon.sch.uk. 

 

If the Oak Academy lessons https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule and the bbc videos-https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/group/p089nk5f  are enough for you then please continue using these. If you have more time and want some variety then please use the resources below. Remember there is no right way to do home learning- please use what works for you and your child. 

 

Writing

We are now using the next Talk4Writing packs which are attached below. There is 'Brian Bear' for Year 1s. The school has made the donation so that you can access these.  This should take you two weeks to complete.

 

 * Extra challenges for writing - 10 minute challenges’- This is a fantastic website with a range of different writing activities and challenges set by bestselling authors and illustrators! https://authorfy.com/10minutechallenges/ 

 

Reading

Try these online comprehension activities- 

 https://www.teachitprimary.co.uk/reading-comprehension-foundation-ks1/information-retrieval-narrative/tags/2638

  Phonics

Please see attached messages from Mrs Alford regarding a free website and Facebook page called Phonics family .www.phonicsfamily.com  

Making phonics fun learning through play .

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgcMd00F2CUHlzJrXPdHIjxpOLoQ

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgcMd00F2CUHlzEAtSkM7XsrxV84

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgcMd00F2CUHlzBx_kY_WIZQTNSt

 Maths 

Follow this link to white rose, choose the year group and try their daily lesson videos (week 8).

 https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Year 1 videos =https://resources.whiterosemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Year-1-Week-8.pdf

The worksheets to go with these lessons are attached below.

Carry on with short sessions on rockstars/numbots if you get time. 

P.E 

Miss Tuach has asked if as many children as possible could ...Get involved in the # Devon virtual games .

Details can be at 

https://www.activedevon.org/find-the-devonvirtualgames.

With each event there are certificates, medals and awards  and the school with the highest percentage of pupils taking part will also win a prize - so get involved ! The first event is called “Walk,jog,run Devon ”  and you have until Sunday 14th June to complete it .( see attachment above ) 

Topic 

Due to the lockdown lots of us have missed out on our family days out .But just because we can’t visit in person doesn’t mean we can’t still explore.The natural history Museum www.nhm.ac.uk has 13 ways to explore from home .So why not take a deep dive into the life of a blue whale or let Sir David Attenborough guide you around Hintze Hall .Maybe you could find out what it is like to go on a Dino dig ? 

Once you have visited the museum why not try out some of their activities at home just click on the link “try this at home “ on their website .

Art 

Our art ideas  this week are all from The Natural history Museum  website too  .

Do you want to learn how to draw a dinosaur ?  ๐Ÿฆ• 

OR 

Learn how to make a T .rex origami dinosaur ๐Ÿฆ– or even a origami frog that jumps !! ๐Ÿธ

Remember to send  a photo of your creations into school .... I can’t wait to see them all .

Outdoor learning for wet days :

 

RSPB

Nature continues to cheer and inspire us. Despite ongoing challenges, many of us are enjoying nature wherever we are able, as well as seeking to encourage wildlife.

For most of us, though, a trip to a nature reserve is not yet possible,

 so www. RSPB.co .uk would like to share with you a film made by one of their wardens in Scotland. Join Lorna Dow in the Loch of Strathbeg as she checks up on wild Konik ponies and enjoy a moment in the beautiful Scottish countryside.

 

Friends of the earth  have got 4 fun and free activities aimed at getting your child acquainted with the wonderful natural world.

From learning about different trees in a word search to creating a mini drinking pond for birds and insects, these free activities will keep  children entertained indoors or out.

Just visit www.friendsoftheearth.co.uk and sign up for free to receive planet- friendly activities...They will  email you the link to their nature activity sheets .Remember if you do make the mini drinking pond for insects and birds send us a photo of your work.

Science

Mrs Gardner's monthly science challenge is attached. This month is all about sound. 

Week  9

8th-12th June

Hope you are all doing okay, I have missed speaking to you all this week but Mrs Alford has told me what you have been up to. Mrs Alford will ring you again this week and if you have any messages for me then these can be passed on. You can also continue to e-mail in home learning and any questions you may have to deputy@southmoltonprimary.devon.sch.uk. 

 

If the Oak Academy lessons https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule and the bbc videos-https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/group/p089nk5f  are enough for you then please continue using these. If you have more time and want some variety then please use the resources below. Remember there is no right way to do home learning- please use what works for you and your child. 

 

Writing

We are now using the next Talk4Writing packs which are attached below. There is 'Brian Bear' for Year 1s. The school has made the donation so that you can access these.  This should take you two weeks to complete.

Also if you want to write a letter to me then I would be happy to send you some post back!

 

 * Extra challenges for writing - 10 minute challenges’- This is a fantastic website with a range of different writing activities and challenges set by bestselling authors and illustrators! https://authorfy.com/10minutechallenges/ 

 

Reading

Year 1 - Log on to Purple Mash using your login and try the serial mash books and comprehension challenges. 

 

Spellings

Continue to watch the DfE phonics lessons and choose some words to learn to spell each week. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuGr6z2H2KNGObda6B-T36vJlZYN06lOh

 

Phonics 

Please see attached messages from Mrs Alford regarding a free website and Facebook page called Phonics family .www.phonicsfamily.com  

Making phonics fun learning through play .

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgcMd00F2CUHlzJrXPdHIjxpOLoQ

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgcMd00F2CUHlzEAtSkM7XsrxV84

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AgcMd00F2CUHlzBx_kY_WIZQTNSt

     

Maths

Follow this link to white rose, choose the year group and try their daily lesson videos. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

The worksheets to go with these lessons are attached below.

Carry on with short sessions on rockstars/numbots if you get time. 

 

Monday- World Ocean Day

Bringing the wonders of the ocean from the deep blue to wherever you are .After Lizzie Day kicks off the day at 9am ,when an

interactive line up of ocean advocates will unfold at worldoceanday.school with marine centre live streams, ocean films, science lessons,music performances, surf yoga, art classes and sporty telling and much more .Full timetable is on the website 
https://facebook.com/events/s/world-ocean-day-for-schools/479707706275164/?ti=ia

 

P.E 

Miss Tuach has asked if as many children as possible could ...Get involved in the # Devon virtual games .

Details can be at https://www.activedevon.org/find-the-devonvirtualgames.

With each event there are certificates, medals and awards  and the school with the highest percentage of pupils taking part will also win a prize - so get involved ! The first event is called “Walk,jog,run Devon ”  and you have until Sunday 14th June to complete it .( see attachment above ) 

 

Miss Tuach has asked me to remind you that you would have been starting school swimming this half term ,so until it’s safe for us to go swimming again she has asked that you have a look at the resources attached below.๐ŸŠ๐Ÿป‍โ™€๏ธ๐ŸŠ‍โ™‚๏ธ

 

 Art

Do you know how to turn a plastic milk carton into an intriguing hanging bird ? This recycling art activity is great for a rainy day .All you will need is a pair of scissors and an empty 2 litre milk carton .

www.edenproject.com  .....follow the link to Eden at home .

If birds are not your favourite art idea then there is always a great video on this site showing you how to make your own marble run .! 

 

Forest School

A pack of fun activities has been attached below. Whether in your garden or out on a walk ,nature is happening all around us .Find out what you should look out for this month to spot the very best the wild world has to offer ...

www.rspb.co.uk and click on the link what’s happening ? What’s about in June ? 

 

PHSE 

After all that fun learning remember to look after your mental health too with a little relaxation so why not try some yoga ๐Ÿง˜‍โ™€๏ธ 

Cosmic kids yoga on YouTube is a great site .

 

 

 

Week 8 

1st-5th June

I hope that you have all had a lovely week and have been enjoying the sunshine. As you know some year groups will be back in school this week, however will be continuing to support you with home learning as well. Phone calls will now be completed by Miss Tuach and Mrs Alford and if you have any messages for me then these can be passed on. You can also continue to e-mail in home learning and any questions you may have to deputy@southmoltonprimary.devon.sch.uk. 

 

If the Oak Academy lessons https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule and the bbc videos-https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/group/p089nk5f  are enough for you then please continue using these. If you have more time and want some variety then please use the resources below. Remember there is no right way to do home learning- please use what works for you and your child. 

 

Writing

We are now in the second week of the Talk4Writing packs if you have not yet looked at these then they are available from https://www.talk4writing.co.uk/home-school-units/ . There is Sayeeda - A treasure box and a jewelled key for Year 1. The school has made the donation so that you can access these.  This should take you two weeks to complete.

Also if you want to write a letter to me then I would be happy to send you some post back!

 

 * Extra challenges for writing - 10 minute challenges’- This is a fantastic website with a range of different writing activities and challenges set by bestselling authors and illustrators! https://authorfy.com/10minutechallenges/ 

 

Reading

 Log on to Purple Mash using your login and try the serial mash books and comprehension challenges. 

 

Phonics

continue to watch and join in with the daily Year 1 phonics lesson by Letters and Sounds. The content of this follows the sequence of learning that we teach in school. You could choose some of the words from one the lessons to use as spellings to learn for the week. Try to include some of the 'tricky' or 'high frequency words' that cannot be sounded out. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEp88NlvxKE

 

Spelling

To support children with Spelling at home Sir Linkalot is doing daily youtube spelling lessons at 2pm https://www.sirlinkalot.org/lessons/

and his website has links to his free app which uses links and videos to help you spell tricky words. 

 

Maths

Follow this link to white rose, choose the year group and try their daily lesson videos. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Year 1 videos =https://resources.whiterosemaths.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/Year-1-Week-6.pdf

The worksheets to go with these lessons are attached below.

Carry on with short sessions on numbots if you get time. 

 

Art- 

How to use your hand to draw different animals- use these youtube videos to help you...

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=draw+around+hand+animals&app=desktop

 

PE- I've attached a booklet of games that we are using at school to teach children about social distancing. There might be some that you can have a go doing at home, especially if you have brothers and sisters. 

 

Topic-

Have a go at the home 5 day Act Fast Challenge- Learning about first aid at home.

www.actfastfirstaid.co.uk  there is a booklet to complete as you go which I've attached under this weeks home learning. 

 

Science-

I've attached some science challenge cards- James Dyson who invented the Dyson hoover has made a pack for kids with lots of exciting challenges on. See if you can choose one to have a go at!

 

Week 7

 18th - 22nd May

Hello everyone, it was lovely to speak to lots of you again last week. Here are some ideas for this weeks home learning: 

 

If the Oak Academy lessons https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule and the bbc videos-https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/group/p089nk5f  are enough for you then please continue using these. If you have more time and want some variety then please use the resources below. Remember there is no right way to do home learning- please use what works for you and your child. 

 

Remember to keep an eye on our school Youtube channel for new videos  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX4C11lsTQd8LGDjZEYETVg

 

Writing

Talk4Writing have a new pack for this week about the story 'Sayeeda the Princess Pirate' which I have saved as a pdf below. Remember these are planned as 2 weeks worth of literacy. The school has made the donation so that you can access these.  

Reading

Log on to Purple Mash using your login and try the serial mash books and comprehension challenges. 

 

Please continue to read as much as you can at home and try to focus on comprehension of what is being read. 

 

phonics -  continue to watch and join in with the daily Year 1 phonics lesson by Letters and Sounds. The content of this follows the sequence of learning that we teach in school. You could choose some of the words from one the lessons to use as spellings to learn for the week. Try to include some of the 'tricky' or 'high frequency words' that cannot be sounded out. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEp88NlvxKE

 

Maths

the nrich website also has lots of different maths challenges that can be tried at home if you want something different https://nrich.maths.org/14588

 

Follow this link to white rose, choose the year group and try their daily lessons. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/ 

I have attached links to this weeks video lessons and resources below. 

Topic-

Lets go on a school trip this week to the zoo-

 

San Diego Zoo Live Cams

Watch and Learn: Their dedicated educational site contains pre-recorded videos of the animals alongside extensive craft tutorials, downloadable colouring sheets and recipes, perfect for keeping them busy.

 

Science-

Mrs Gardner is setting a weekly science challenge that you can try at home- if you have any brothers or sisters then you can work together on it. This week is all about  bubbles and the powerpoint for this is attached below. 

White Rose maths resources week 4

Week 6 

                                             11th-15th May

I hope you all had a lovely bank holiday weekend and have been enjoying the sunshine! Below are a range of activities to try next week-

If the Oak Academy lessons https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule and the bbc videos-https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/group/p089nk5f  are enough for you then please continue using these. If you have more time and want some variety then please use the resources below. Remember there is no right way to do home learning- please use what works for you and your child. 

 

Remember to keep an eye on our school Youtube channel for new videos  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX4C11lsTQd8LGDjZEYETVg

 

Writing

The Talk4Writing pack from last week still are available; remember these are planned as 2 weeks worth of literacy. The school has made the donation so that you can access these.  

 

 * Extra challenges for writing - 10 minute challenges’- This is a fantastic website with a range of different writing activities and challenges set by bestselling authors and illustrators! https://authorfy.com/10minutechallenges/ 

 

The British library have created lots of inspiring literacy activities https://www.bl.uk/childrens-books/themes/all-activities

 

Reading

Log on to Purple Mash using your login and try the serial mash books and comprehension challenges. 

 

Please continue to read as much as you can at home and try to focus on comprehension of what is being read. 

 

phonics -  continue to watch and join in with the daily Year 1 phonics lesson by Letters and Sounds. The content of this follows the sequence of learning that we teach in school. You could choose some of the words from one the lessons to use as spellings to learn for the week. Try to include some of the 'tricky' or 'high frequency words' that cannot be sounded out. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEp88NlvxKE

 

Maths

Follow this link to white rose, choose the year group and try their daily lessons. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/ 

Carry on with short sessions on rockstars/numbots if you get time. 

 

the nrich website also has lots of different maths challenges that can be tried at home if you want something different https://nrich.maths.org/14588

 

Art- 

Have a go at this art project put together by the Duchess of Cambridge and the National Portrait Gallery! 

The Duchess and the National Portrait Gallery invite you to submit your own photographic portrait, taken during these extraordinary times, which responds to one of the following themes:

  • Helpers and Heroes
  • Your New Normal
  • Acts of Kindness        

Follow the link for more information   https://www.npg.org.uk/hold-still/

 

PE-

Cricket:

Chance to Shine have some great resources and ways to keep active at home, you can have a go at P.E cricket sessions with them by watching their videos. Each week a new resource is released with a video demonstration and instruction card.

https://www.chancetoshine.org/staying-active-during-the-covid-19-outbreak

 

Dance:

The Royal Opera House have launched their newly developed Create and Learn Programme, this is a weekly programme of activities for children to learn at home. Requiring no prior knowledge of opera and ballet, there will be a FREE 12 week series that explores the magical world of theatre and also links to P.E home learning through dance activities.

Follow the link below to have a go, we would love to see a video of you trying the dance activities.

https://learning-platform.roh.org.uk/create-and-learn/?_ga=2.22433403.1560145877.1587129401-1519627296.1585344813

 

Science-

Try Miss Shinn's Marvin and Milo adventures in science- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FT7vIvvxETU

 

Mrs Gardner is setting a weekly science challenge that you can try at home- if you have and brothers or sisters then you can work together on it. This week is all about bugs the powerpoint for this is attached below. 

 

I will ring you again at the end of this week....keep working hard and be good!!!

Week 5 - 4th May

 

I can't believe we are now on week 5 of home learning! Below are a range of activities to try this week- I hope that you get time to celebrate and remember VE day on Friday. Remember there is no right way to do home learning- please use what works for you and your child. 

 

If the Oak Academy lessons https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule and the bbc videos-https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/group/p089nk5f  are enough for you then please continue using these. If you have more time and want some variety then please use the resources below.

 

Literacy

The Talk4Writing packs are available and I've attached these below for you to use. The school has made the donation so that you can access these.  Remember these are planned as 2 weeks worth of Literacy. https://mailchi.mp/talk4writing/batch2?fbclid=IwAR0sAeVhVLwFE9jmYHEC9hymfyr9w7iPxGyaqQfhI8tlDHkoZPiAS_VBFwY

 

Reading

-Have you read all of the books you've got at home? Try MyOn https://readon.myon.co.uk/library/browse.html there are lots and lots of free online books. If you are sounding out your words then try https://collins.co.uk/collections/collins-big-cat-phonics-for-letters-and-sounds. Again if you want a challenge then log on to Purple Mash using your login and try the serial mash books and comprehension challenges. 

 

Phonics Continue watching and joining in with the letters and sounds phonics lesson videos. If the Year 1 lessons are too difficult have a go at some of the EYFS ones first. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnM6XDFNCFE&list=PLuGr6z2H2KNGObda6B-T36vJlZYN06lOh 

 

Maths

Follow this link to white rose, choose the year group and try their daily lessons. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/ 

Carry on with short sessions on rockstars/numbots if you get time. 

 

Topic This Friday is VE day which is Victory in Europe Day when we celebrate the end of WW2 in Europe. 

I've attached a VE day PowerPoint below and Twinkl.com has lots of great free resources. Dan snow has set a challenge to Primary schools - https://ve-vjday75.gov.uk/dan-snows-ve-day-challenge/ There is also a sheet attached below to print out to make your own Spitfire.  

On Friday afternoon, we’d love for everyone  to join in with the Nation’s Toast to the heroes who sacrificed so much to secure the freedom we have today. At 3pm, stand and raise a glass or cup of refreshment of your choice and make the toast: “For those that gave so much, we thank you.”

 

PE- 

A message from Miss Tuach:
‘Please send any photos of you and the family keeping fit and healthy to deputy@southmoltonprimary.devon.sch.uk then we can also share them on the 'Home Learning Heroes' page on the newsletter. 
Miss Tuach has done a 5k jog this morning and a 20 minute muscle toning workout, I am on my way to achieving my 60 minutes daily exercise/10,000 steps today! I have also had a Kiwi fruit, some grapes, cucumber and carrot sticks. I am on my way to eating my 5 a day of fruit and vegetables! How are you doing with your active and healthy eating targets?.

She has also provided even more websites for you to explore:

  • Fitter Future programme To access the programme simply visit www.fitterfuture.com and select SIGN IN followed by STUDENT. Please use the following login details : Username = southmoltonPassword = southmolton. Please can you and your child not change the password. If you are having trouble signing into Fitter Future please sign up directly with the programme for a (free) account personalised to you by clicking here or visiting https://www.fitterfuture.com/sign-up/ and selecting FAMILY.
  • Go to ukactive.kids.com and join the 'Move Crew' with a new active mission everyday to achieve. If you send in an image or video of your child doing a Move Crew activity to movecrew@active.org.uk you could be in with a chance of winning prizes!
  • BBC Bitesize has some great educational videos and lessons for Physical Education in both Keystage 1 and 2. This will help to continue your knowledge on areas such as nutrition, the importance of exercise, balance, co-ordination and muscles needed when exercising

 

Science-Mrs Gardner is setting a weekly science challenge that you can try at home- if you have and brothers or sisters then you can work together on it. This week is all about Fabulous Flying Machines- the powerpoint for this is attached below. 

 

I will ring you again at the end of this week....keep working hard and be good!!!

 

'Marvin and Milo: Adventures in science' with Miss Shinn

This non-fiction book is full of fantastic experiments that you can try at home! Watch the video and have a go at Marvin and Milo's experiment 'Inseparable b...

Art with Miss Peddle - Sketchbooks!

Read-a-long with Miss Peddle

Miss Peddle reads 'The Dot'

Art with Miss Peddle

Art work based on 'The Dot' book

Week 4

27th April-1st May

 

Here are some more ideas for home learning to have a go at for this week. 

 

  • The Oak Academy is an online school that has been set up to support children with lessons from home- some of you love this and some of you don't, so again it's here if you like it don't use it if not!  Each day click on this link- https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule  choose your year group and work through the days lessons. You will need a pen and paper and a screen to watch the lessons on. 

 

 

  • Or- Use bbc bitesize to access their daily videos= https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/group/p089nk5f    This can be watched through the red button on your TV or using BBC IPlayer. A 20 minute video each day with lots to keep you entertained and learning. 

 

  • Talk 4 Writing have uploaded the next set of literacy booklets for the next two weeks: https://mailchi.mp/talk4writing/batch2

 

 

Also children can have free access to the app- 

 

To get free unlimited access for the next 12-weeks*:

Get the App โ–ธ https://swiy.io/sirlinkalotapp โฃ
โœ Download of Google Play Android app may be temporarily interrupted. We are resolving ASAP. In the meantime please access via PC (app.sirlinkalot.org), or other app stores (iOS, Amazon).

1. Once downloaded, click on ‘Log in’ on the โ‹ฎ menu (top right: three dots) โฃ
2. Tap on “Have an access code?”,or “Sir Linkalot’s Unique Code (schools only)”
3. Username is: FREE
4. Enter the code: FREE
5. Tap on a bundle, and away you go!
6. To access it on your laptop/PC, type ‘app.sirlinkalot.org’ in to the browser itself (not a search engine) and follow the above steps (step 2 will be missed out)

 

 

 

  • PHSE- Mrs Brown has sent photos of some boxes you can make at home (photos below) she has used Chinese take-away boxes but you could use anything. One box is for things we are grateful for and one is things we want to do when lockdown finishes. When this is all over then you can open the box and do some of the suggestions as a family. 

 

  • Forest School - Mrs  Holland has set you a forest school home pack to try (attached below).

 

  • PE- https://www.nhs.uk/change4life/activities Have a look on the change4life website for some great ideas for some indoor activities for children to help stay active! Also there are some quick and easy lunchbox ideas to try. Why don't you have a look at the recipes and send us a photo of what you have created/ 

 

  • Art-  Draw with Rob Biddulph Rob Biddulph, is an illustrator and author. Bob says ‘Everyone can draw’ and he shows you how!There are some draw a long videos to have a go at. http://www.robbiddulph.com/draw-with-rob

 

  • Science- Mrs Gardner is setting a weekly science challenge that you can try at home- if you have and brothers or sisters then you can work together on it. This week is all about bridges the powerpoint for this I've attached below. 

 

I will ring you again at the end of this week....keep working hard and be good!!

Picture 1

**NEW NOTICE** Letters and Sounds Daily Phonics Lessons

Letters and Sounds (which is the phonics scheme that we follow) will be doing free daily phonics lessons from Monday 27th April at 10.30 am for Year 1 children. They will also be doing another lesson at 11 am for children who may find blending quite tricky at the moment. This would be really beneficial for everybody in our class. If you can, please subscribe to Letters and Sounds for Home and School on YouTube and have fun learning together :) 

 

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_FbjYUP_UtldV2K_-niWw

Intro to our Year 1 lessons

Letters and Sounds introductory video for our Year 1 lessons. Watch to find out what we teach in these lessons and what stage of your child's Phonics learnin...

Week 3

 

It was lovely hear from lots of you on the phone last week, I will be phoning again at the end of this week so think of anything you would like to tell me about :)

 

Here are some more ideas for this weeks home learning:

 

  • The Oak Academy is an online school that has been set up to support children with lessons from home- we would love you to try this and let me know at the end of the week how you have found it. Each day click on this link- https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom/schedule  choose your year group and work through the days lessons. You will need a pen and paper and a screen to watch the lessons on. 

 

 

  • Or- Use bbc bitesize to access their daily videos= https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/group/p089nk5f    This can be watched through the red button on your TV or using BBC IPlayer. A 20 minute video each day with lots to keep you entertained and learning. 

 

 

  • Music- Have you seen the Baked Potato NHS song? Matt Lucas who wrote the song is asking children to make their own versions of this song and to send the videos to him. Why don't you have a go at this silly song at home? We'd love to put your videos on the website! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYOkgCkxj9I

 

 

 

  • Science-Mrs Gardner is setting a weekly science challenge that you can try at home- if you have and brothers or sisters then you can work together on it. This week is all about floating and sinking the powerpoint for this I've attached below. 

 

 

Message from Mrs Alford

Miss Yeo told me about the lovely phone calls she had with you last week. I am so pleased to hear that your pea plants are growing and I look forward to seeing pictures of you eating your peas! Thank you Kyle for sending your picture in, it looks like you have looked after it very well. I am missing seeing you all and hearing your news, especially seeing all the special treasure during show and tell. Keep telling Miss Yeo what you have been up to so I can hear about it as well, it will cheer me up while I am at home. 

 

Mrs Alford x

 

 

Week 2 

Welcome back after the Easter holidays! Visit this page each week for new activities and ideas for home learning. These are all suggestions - do what you can and remember not to worry too much if you are feeling frustrated, move on to something else or try it in a different way. 

 

This week

  • Maths - Carry on with Numbots and rockstars. For Maths lessons visit- https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning  choose your year group and complete a lesson a day. Or scroll to the bottom and look at the Power Maths textbooks- click on resources and you can print off worksheets to complete each day using the textbooks to help you.  

 

  • Literacy- Talk4Writing is the literacy scheme we use at school visit- https://mailchi.mp/talk4writing/home-school-booklets choose your year group and either print off or use online the booklet for your year group. Each booklet should last 2 weeks. I'd love to see any photos of your writing from this. Also read lots at home each week! 

 

          or choose your favourite book and see if you can spot why capital letters have been used on each page. 

 

 

  • Have you seen the home football links on the school home learning page- have a look and have a go at home! Send us a photo of you practising a new skill! 

 

  • Art - Take part in the Beaford Arts photography collaboration -‘North Devon Here and Now’.

    The details and instructions can be found here: https://beaford.org/

 

Have you visited our school youtube page? https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCX4C11lsTQd8LGDjZEYETVg

Miss King has videoed a few stories for you to watch and Miss Keevil has videoed herself demonstrating the phase 2-3 phonics sounds with actions. Other teachers will be adding more over the next few weeks- Please subscribe to our page! Have you made any videos at home that you want to share? 

 

Email any home learning that you are proud of to deputy@southmoltonprimary.devon.sch.uk and we will put them on our 'Home Learning Heroes' page and Mr Parkin will choose the best each week for the school newsletter!  I will be ringing home at the end of this week to hear how you have been getting on. I am missing you all lots, be good and I'll be posting more ideas next week!

Miss Yeo x

Fun Easter activity to have a go at - Where's Wally South Molton Primary School edition! Can you find all the members of staff?

Hello Exe Class, 

 

just a quick message to you all to say I hope you are all well, happy and being well behaved for your parents!

 

Try your best to do some of the core learning activities - reading, writing, maths and physical activity each day. You don't have to spend a long time on each activity, little and often is better. If you are getting upset or frustrated please don't worry, take a break and come back to it later. Try and get outside (safely) as much as you can, play games, bake, grow and make things together. 

 

It must be very strange for you not being at school, it is for me too! I will be calling all of your parents after the Easter holiday to see how you are getting on so you can tell me what you have been up to. 

 

Enjoy the Easter break and I will speak to you all the week after :) 

 

Miss Yeo 

'tricky' words to practise recognising by sight and spelling them

phase 2-3 sounds to recognise and use in writing (taught in reception)

phase 5 sounds to recognise and use in writing (taught in year 1)

 

Spellings to learn by Friday 20th March

out, cloud, house, mouse 

*challenge word* - mountain

Home learning due Wednesday 18th March - practise sounding out and blending the real and alien words.

Home learning due Wednesday 18th March - practise sounding out and blending the real and alien words.  1
Home learning due Wednesday 18th March - practise sounding out and blending the real and alien words.  2

Science week - our engineer design ideas and โ€˜our diverse bodiesโ€™ lesson

World book day writing based on the picture book โ€˜Tuesdayโ€™

Making habitats for different animals in outdoor learning.

We used 2Publish on Purple Mash to draw and write facts about the animals we chose to learn about it this week.

We really enjoyed having our first go using the new chrome books which have just arrived! We were lucky to have some Year 5 children come in and show us how to use them carefully, log in and use the internet to research some animals.

We really enjoyed having our first go using the new chrome books which have just arrived! We were lucky to have some Year 5 children come in and show us how to use them carefully, log in and use the internet to research some animals. 1
We really enjoyed having our first go using the new chrome books which have just arrived! We were lucky to have some Year 5 children come in and show us how to use them carefully, log in and use the internet to research some animals. 2
We really enjoyed having our first go using the new chrome books which have just arrived! We were lucky to have some Year 5 children come in and show us how to use them carefully, log in and use the internet to research some animals. 3

We had a visit from Exmoor Zoo today. We got to see and touch a tenrec, a snake, a meercat and an owl. We were very excited and asked lots of interesting questions.

The children took part in the RSPB bird watch during outdoor learning. They learnt to look closely at the different colours, sizes, shapes and sounds of the birds they spotted.

'Magic at Christmas' :)

'Magic at Christmas' :)  1

We had a lovely time visiting the Christmas trees at the church - we think our school tree is the best!

The children had a great time taking part in balanceability sessions over the last few weeks.

ongoing home learning - Please help your child to practise the words for the songs in the Christmas play.

In maths we have been learning about the part, part whole model. We used it to show how a group of objects or number can be split into parts in different ways but that the 'whole' number stays the same.

We compared numbers and groups of objects using the < = and > signs.

exploring the Samba instruments

Our first class photo on our transition day in July :)

Our first class photo on our transition day in July :)  1

Key Information

 

P.E -  Every Monday afternoon and Friday morning. 

 

Outdoor learning - every Wednesday morning with Mrs Alford. Please bring wellies to school if you have them and if you would like to bring in your own old clothes or waterproofs you are more than welcome to. 

 

Spellings - are given out every Friday with the class learning summary. Please help your child to learn these at home ready for the spelling quiz the following Friday. 

 

Home learning - Also given out with the learning summary on Fridays. These need to be handed back (or completed if it is not something to be physically handed in) by the following Wednesday. 

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