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During the school closure, the Government is providing vouchers for families of children who are eligible for Free School Meals. To check if you are eligible, please visit Lancashire’s Free School Meals web page by clicking on the link button below.
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Rivers and Lifecycles
This term in Year Five we have some new class mates – 100 to be precise! We have taken delivery of 100 trout eggs and will be nurturing them and watching them grow until they are able to be released into the River Calder at Townley Park in Spring. These new additions to our class are part of our topic about Rivers and Lifecycles and we hope to integrate this subject into our art work this term with some river bank inspired textile work. In Literacy we are reading and then writing our own science fiction stories and in maths we will be tackling word problems, graphs and fractions. WE are also looking forward to Play in a Day later in the term.
Sadley we weren’t able to see our trout being released into the River Calder at Towneley Park but Neil have posted their release on You Tube. Follow this link and see if you can spot your favourite trout leaving the bucket!!!!
Ribbles River Trust have sent me this information about Rivers and Climate change – some of you might like to look at it , CLICK on the icon below if you do! Mrs Long
Neil has send me this homelearning pack about rivers. It looks really interesting, especially if its a rainy afternoon. I found the section about the 3 Ps (week 2) particularly illuminating!!! Mrs L