We are proud of you!

Today is the last day of this half term. We are so proud of your resilience, motivation, creativity and hardwork. You blow us away with your brilliant home-learning. We hope you have a fun and relaxing week off with your family.

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Superheroes and comic books

Good morning Everybody! Can you read the text and answers the questions ?

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Good Morning SSC Class

Hi everyone and welcome to fabulous Friday and day five of our mental health awareness week.

You are all kind. Let’s help each other.

This half term has been very different for lots of reasons. We know that it has been difficult for you and your families but you have all been amazing and we are all very proud of you.

These are some of the things which you have achieved this half term:

Smashed the eight and twelve times table multiplication facts.

Practised your spellings using rainbow writing.

Improved your passing and defending skills in football.

Played tennis and competed in a mini sports day.

But most importantly you have learned to adapt to a different way of being in school and we are all very proud of you.

Today’s learning

What has been the best bit of this half term? What have you enjoyed doing either at home or at school? Can you draw a picture and label it with a description?


Can you complete a diary entry which records information about your favourite experience?

We wish you all a lovely half term holiday.

See you on June the 1st.

The SSC Team

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Some ‘bells for the break!’


Friday finisher!

Answer after the hols but there’s a clue with THE BELLS VIDEO!


Eid Mubarak

Wishing you and your family a wonderful Eid. 


Eid Mubarak

Today is the last day of the half term. You have all worked very hard during this half term and deserve to be a VIP. So today we would like you to create your own VIP table for your dinner. Who will you invite? My girls have decided to bring their favorite teddies along.

Today we would like you to create Eid cards look at the examples below. We can’t wait to see your amazing creations.

Finally enjoy half term with your families and have a well deserved rest. Take care.

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It’s started! A Great Science Share like no other… greater than ever!

Get involved in sharing your science 2020!

Just click on the link below for more information.


Brand new for the Great Science Share 2020 are 5 inspirational themes, along with creative ways to inspire young people to ask and share scientific questions. Each one is linked to a Global Sustainability Development Goal and something special happening in the world around us.



If you want to go further, there are resources to inspire you to explore and investigate further. It’s up to you how far you go. All the information you need can be found at https://www.greatscienceshare.org/getinvolved2020#get-involved2020

We can’t wait to see where your questions and observations take you!


Make a poster…cut a short film stating what your question is…take a Science Selfie…
write a poem…write a letter…sing your question…sign your question…just share your question!

You can also share your investigations by sending your work to year2@bowkervale.manchester.sch.uk

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Eid Mubarak

Eid Mubarak in advance to those BV families who are celebrating Eid this weekend!

Here are some lovely activities to can do together with your family over the Eid weekend. Please send me photos of your Eid celebration.

Make Eid cards for your family and friends.

Can you draw around your hand on a piece of paper and create a lovely Mehndi patterns.

Next week is the May half term, so there will be no home learning on the blog.

Enjoy your holidays from EYFS Team x

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Eid Mubarak!

It will be a little different this year but Happy Eid to everyone who will be celebrating this weekend!

Click on the link below. What can you find out about this happy festival? Let me know in the comments below how your family are celebrating Eid this year


Below are some creative ideas for you to have a go at! Can you decorate a template of a hand with a mendhi design? Or you can draw or cut out a silhouette of a mosque on a brightly coloured background. Perhaps you could make lantern?

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