HIVE Tier 4 offers pupils access to a balanced academic and nurturing curriculum across their short-term schooling placement supporting their behaviour development in order for them to return to their mainstream settings with greater self-esteem, social skills, confidence and a more positive role within their school community.
Good Morning Hive,
We hope you are looking after yourselves and keeping safe. Please remember to check this webpage as we will be posting a variety of activities throughout the upcoming weeks. We would love to see some of your work, so please remember to email it to our class page - firstname.lastname@example.org
You have all been given an English, Maths and other areas of the curriculum grid to be working through. Don't forget to send us some of the work you have completed already!
If you have any questions regarding your child's home learning please feel free to send us an email, we are still here for you all!
Remember to keep safe and please keep in touch.
Please continue to practise your sounds from phase 2 to 5. Ask an adult to test you on how many sounds and tricky words you can remember from the list attached. See if you can spot any of these in your book you are reading.
Here is the website (Phonics Play) the children enjoy using in school that links to the phonics from phase 2 to 5.
A free login for you all to use.
Feeling Good Week
This week was feeling good week and the children have been talking about what makes them and others happy.
We read the book ‘The huge bag of worries.’ We discussed what worries Jenny came across and what happened when she didn’t deal with them. We spoke about the suggestions the old lady gave her and if they would use these suggestions to help them. The children wrote some of their worries down and we placed them in Hive’s bag of worries. We then went onto the playground and blew our worries away using bubbles. The children then were given the opportunity to share their worries with an adult if they wished.
As a class we looked at 'Empathy X-Ray' and discussed the good feelings relating to showing empathy and compassion to others.
The children in Hive watched the movie 'inside out' and used this to help them understand more about their emotions and how to manage them.
The children explored ice and looked at its properties. They discussed and drew diagrams to show the changing state between freezing and melting. The children then carried out an investigation to see which objects would freeze at the top of an iceberg and which would freeze at the bottom. They made a prediction and gave reasons to why they made these predictions. The children were able to debate their opinions and write up their findings.
The children in Hive have been learning about capacity and volume. They have learnt that capacity is the amount of liquid a container can hold and volume is the amount of liquid which is in the container. The children worked together to read the scales of different measuring jugs and were able to estimate and order them from smallest to greatest
In maths the children have been looking at place value and have been using different resources to represent numbers. They have been focusing on two digit numbers. The children have played numerous games to show their understanding of the value of each digit and have been ordering numbers from smallest to greatest and vice versa.
Non-chronological report - The Arctic
The children in Hive researched, planned and wrote a non-chronological report all about The Arctic. The children used a range of resources to help them find out all about the weather, who lived there, what animals were in the Arctic and how the Inuit people travelled around. We found out lots of interesting facts!
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