Welcome to The Hive Home Learning page!
Resources, links and activities on this page are for the children that attend The Hive- our SEND provision classroom at school.
We will be in touch with you each week to support your learning at home. Keep an eye out here as well as on your emails.
Here are two great websites that you can have a look through this week to get you started!
Miss Penhallow and Mrs Mehreen
Whole school home learning Rainbow Project!
We would like every child/family in school to create a rainbow picture to display in a window at home. Please read the home learning document below for details!
Whole School Learning - Let's Join Hands
Please complete the whole school learning project below.
It has been lovely to welcome some of our Hive children back to school, to see their smiling faces, and start some exciting projects with them.
Last week, we focussed upon VE Day: we flew some spitfires in the playground, made some Union Jack Bunting and had our own 'street party' in the playground - the sandwiches were delicious.
This week we are exploring an Oliver Jeffers book called, 'Lost and Found', a great book about journeys and friendship and penguins.
We are exploring the science of floating and sinking, as well as looking at different kinds of boats. The penguin in the story has also become the subject of a 'Wanted poster'.
Next week, our shared picture is called, 'The Journey', by Francesca Sanna, again about journeys, families, uncertainty.
Both these picture books have youtube versions for you to watch.
Hopefully, our children in the morning Hive have received a copy of 'Lost and Found', with some activities to complete.
Next week, we will send out 'The Journey' with some learning ideas to the children who are not yet able to attend school.
Why not try making a rocking penguin using this youtube link!
Here is the youtube link for the book "The Journey" by Francesca Sanna.
This week we have planned activities around this book,activities have already been sent to you by email.
Enjoy your book and don't forget to share pictures of your work with us.