Dear Year 7 students, parents and carers,
At Cecil Jones Academy we have tried to ensure that home learning runs as smoothly as possible this week. We have had many parents contacting us to let us know how home learning is going and I am happy to say that parents are finding the current system useful.
This week I have been running daily riddles, questions and quizzes. The aim of this is to continue the community spirit and keep pupils motivated during this difficult time. This week’s winners are:
|Monday 23rd March||
|What has to be broken before you can use it?||An Egg|
|Tuesday 24th March||Olivia Mozdzens||I’m tall when I’m young, and I’m short when I’m old. What am I?||A Candle|
|Wednesday 25th March||
|What month of the year has 28 days?||All of them|
|Wednesday 25th March||Lily Cox||How many shades of blue can you name?||There are around 24 shades.|
|Thursday 26th March||
|What is full of holes but still holds water?||A sponge|
|Thursday 26th March||Jesse McGlynn||Convince me to believe _____ is the best animal||Turtles|
|Friday 27th March||Vladislava Borisevica||What question can you never answer yes to?||You’re a sleep|
|Friday 27th March||Muhammad Javaid||Why do clouds change from white to grey?||The more droplets it collects the thicker it gets. When it gets thicker, less light passes through the clouds.|
In addition to this I have ran the time capsule challenge, pupils were tasked with putting together a diary of their week. I was so impressed with the quantity and quality of the work produced.
1st place – Maizey Brunt
2nd place – Chanel Jaskowiak
3rd place – Jake Holloway
Teachers have also identified some pupils who are working exceptionally well and have nominated these pupils for a certificate of recognition.
Nominations for this week:
- Cherry Townsend – really engaged with the activity, work set out well and she improved it
- Sam Cundy – work set out very well, lots of detail in answers
- Chanel Jaskowiak and Lucas Wakefield hard working.
- Kitty Callan and Logan Hardy showed good understanding of the task.
- Izzzy Groves and Harrison Needs answered all of the questions particularly well.
- Joshua Randall and Marcus Smith for the time and care invested in finding the HCF of pairs of numbers.
If you feel like your child needs more resources some websites you might find useful are below:
Seneca Learning has lots of free resources for different subjects and ages https://www.senecalearning.com
Twinkl is currently offering all resources for free https://www.twinkl.co.uk
https://www.familydaystriedandtested.com/free-virtual-tou…/… has a list of virtual tours of museums and galleries
Classroom Secrets is offering free resources and has a dedicated kids section too https://classroomsecrets.co.uk
BBC Teach offers free resources for different ages and subjects https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach…
Virtual tour of the National Gallery https://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/visiting/virtual-tours
Thank you for your continued support.