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Monday 1st February Home Learning

Date: 29th Jan 2021 @ 2:05pm

Good morning,

This week is children's mental health week. Take time this week to do activities that you love to do - do some art, have a dance, make something in the kitchen, spend some time talking to the other people in your house, go outside for a walk!

Here is a video about why we are thinking about our mental health this week: 

Here are your home learning activities for today:

1. Maths - Watch the short Maths video and then practised making your own patterns. Don't forget to post them on tapestry!

2. P.E. - This week, City Play who come into school to do P.E. lessons have sent us a link for a P.E. lesson you can do at home. See if you can follow Coach Jack and his different activities based around The Very Hungry Caterpillar. The video is on Tapestry.

Here are some links for you to do some exercise at home. It's really important that we keep active even when we're learning from home. During mental health week why don't you try a different activity every day. Which one is your favourite? 

You have each been assigned one phonics video for each day this week on a new Tapestry memo and observation. Please access the phonics video for the phase you have been working on.

Here is this week's assembly: 

Extra Activity: 
This week we are thinking about patterns! Can you make a pattern using things from around your house? This could be your wellbeing activity - to create a piece of artwork that uses patterns.

Zoom Calls 
11:30am: Phonics Blending 
3pm: Literacy

Here is an example timetable which follows as much as possible our day in school: 
9-9:20am: Maths 
9:30-10am: Play 
10-10:20am: Phonics 
10:20-11:30am: Play 
11:30am: Blending Zoom 
12:30-12:50pm: P.E. 
12:50-1:30pm: Play 
1:30-1:50pm: Reading Book 
1:50-3pm: Play 
3pm: Literacy Zoom

Please keep posting to Tapestry - any problems please let us know! If you are struggling with Tapestry you can email work to

Have fun and stay safe 
Mrs Lyon and Miss Dennis

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Junior Building:

Mount Carmel RC Primary,
Wilson Road, Blackley, Manchester M9 8BG

Tel: Cheryl Holland: 0161 740 4696

Infant Building:

Mount Carmel RC Primary,
Hunt Street, Blackley, Manchester M9 8BL

Tel: Cheryl Clancey: 0161 205 7131