Home Learning activities – Foundation Stage

Monday 13th July 2020

Monday 13th July 2020

Hello Everyone! We hope that you were able to enjoy the beautiful sunny weather this weekend? Our dog Ollie loved a really long swim in the sea on Sunday morning but I did not join him!!! Did you manage to male some ice cream at the weekend? if you did not make your own were you lucky enough to have an ice lolly or ice cream at the beach, park or shops??   Did you have ago at making up a...

Friday 10th July 2020

Friday 10th July 2020

Good morning everyone! Aplologies for the lack of posts over the past week but our website had a bit of a hitch which did not allow us to upload pictures etc for you to view and this was out of our control but we are all fixed now I hope?!! From next week I will only be adding  a new post for you to view on a Monday and a Thursday. We have taken this decision because of the time we are working...

Home Learning activities – Year 1

Hello Year 1! I hope you have all had a great week? I look forward to seeing all of your bird learning. With all of the rain we had last week we have enjoyed watching all of the birds flock to the courtyard to scoop up the worms that have come up to the surface. We discovered that the worms do this because the rain stops the worms from being able to get enough oxygen under the ground so they...

Hello all!   It’s another wonderful learning week. I hope you haven’t gotten too soggy in last week's rain... I almost started to make myself a boat to get around rather than a car! What rainy day activities have you been doing? Remember you can always check out the Fun and Activities page on the website for some extra rainy day activities. Last week we were very busy in the classroom doing...

Home Learning activities – Year 2

Plan for week beginning 18th January

Hello folks! Its been another great week. It has been fantastic to see so many of you on the screen and I have really enjoyed looking at and commenting on the bits and pieces you have sent in. The daily support, based around the shared timetable, will continue next week but for those of you who like to do more of your own thing, the plan for the week is here Outline plan for the week beginning...

Remote learning W/B 11th January

Hello Folks We hope you are all hunkered down, nice and safe and enjoying the time you are being given with those whom you love the most. These are uncertain times and it is tricky to know what to do for the best. All we can do is trust ourselves and our own judgments about what to do in the moment and then make our decisions with confidence, knowing that if we do get it wrong, its not the end...

Home Learning activities – Year 3

Mo Farah – Britain’s Most Decorated Athlete!

Mo Farah – Britain’s Most Decorated Athlete!

Hi all, With Friday last being Britain's Virtual Sports Day, we have a sports themed week her at Haytor View. Below please see a link to an activity pack inspired by one of our greatest athletes. There are a few different activities in the pack for you to explore and have fun with from reading to word searches to spelling. Mo-Farah- Guided-Reading-Pack  

The Andy Murray Tennis Challenge

Hi all, As we hurtle towards the end of the Summer Term, it is the time of year where we usually have our school's 'Sports Day'. It is also the time of the year where we being to look at clubs for children to attend during the summer holidays. Active Devon and the School Games Organisers have teamed up with Andy Murray to present you with a challenge - 'The Andy Murray 100 Volley Challenge'...

Home Learning activities – Year 4

Create your own ‘Mash Up Pet’

Hi all, During your week in school we invented and discussed our ‘Mash Up Pet’. Today using the mash-up you created, we would like you to design a 3-Dimensional (3D) version of your mash up pet using anything you can find. You may need to ask an adult to use recycling, stuff from the shed or even things from your garden. You can use anything you like including string, tape, glue to hold it...

Mo Farah – Britain’s Most Decorated Athlete!

Mo Farah – Britain’s Most Decorated Athlete!

Hi all, With Friday last being Britain's Virtual Sports Day, we have a sports themed week her at Haytor View. Below please see a link to an activity pack inspired by one of our greatest athletes. There are a few different activities in the pack for you to explore and have fun with from reading to word searches to spelling. Mo-Farah- Guided-Reading-Pack  

Home Learning activities – Year 5

Words Words Words

Hello, This week’s theme is all about words. Your understanding of vocabulary is important (often vital) in everything you do, from chatting with your neighbour to reading instructions on an online game, to completing maths tasks. Monday Literacy Go to: https://authorfy.com/10minutechallenges/ Watch the National Writing Day 1 10 minute challenge set by Laura Dockrill. Laura’s theme is choice and...

Hello, I would just like to say how much I enjoyed seeing you all last week! I went home with an enormous smile on my face every day, so thank you. This week's tasks are all around the theme of 'space'. Monday: Literacy: Google Authorfy 10 minute challenges to see the website that we looked at together in class. Scroll down and click on the 10-minute video by Guy Bass where he challenges you to...

Home Learning activities – Year 6

Coombeshead Induction day

Hi all, It was great to meet Mrs Coulson and Mr Emanuel from Coombeshead Academy this week - we all said how it helped us know lots more about going to secondary school. They answered loads of our questions and made us feel excited about going to Coombeshead. They told us about the Induction day which will take place online this year, due to our current Covid situation. Future Coombeshead...

The Station Youth Centre – permission required please!

Hi Parents/Carers - I hope you are well. We have managed to arrange a Question and Answer session via Zoom with the Station Youth Centre in Newton Abbot. It will take place during your child's day in school of the week commencing 22nd June and will give the opportunity to ask any questions about the transition to secondary school. In order for this to happen, you will need to give your consent...