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North Ridge Community School Class 12 - North Ridge Community School

Class 12

North Ridge Community School - Class 12

Welcome to Class 12

Week commencing 18/05/2020

Recycling activity leaflet to be used with the video below.

Science Kids Link

Slimming World Tomato Soup Recipe

Carrot and coriander soup recipe

Roast Red Pepper and tomato soup recipe

Winter Vegetable Soup recipe


Week commencing 11/05/2020

Catch the snow link

Week commencing 04/05/2020

VE-Day-Powerpoint

Week commencing 27/04/2020

Watch a video of Jean with a special message for Class 12

 

Week commencing 20/04/2020

Watch a video of Jean with some art activities for Class 12

Some colouring ideas for Thank You’s for key workers.

Cashing In Link

Hi Class 12, hope you’ve had a lovely Easter and have been able to get out into your garden at least with all of this lovely sunshine. Just because we are on lockdown and stuck at home at the moment doesn’t mean you should be getting bored. There are still lots of activities that you can all have a go at doing. Have any of you tried to make the recipes I sent with your home activities file? I made roasted butternut squash soup the other day and it was delicious.

  • Helping in the garden is a good way to keep occupied and learning: if you have any seeds at home you could plant these and take care of them or if you haven’t any packets of seeds you could save the seeds from peppers, tomatoes or fruit and plant them. In the garden also you can take some paper, pencils and crayons outside and do some rubbings of any trees or draw and of the flowers you have in your garden. Me and Steve have been having a mid-morning cuppa outside and have been listening to and watched lots of birds, butterflies and bees visiting our garden. You could do a bird or insect count. If you have access to the internet or have any common British bird or insect books you could find out which butterflies and birds visit your garden.
  • On not so good days you could find your favourite book and copy out a paragraph then make up an alternative ending to the story. If the book has pictures you could also paint or draw a picture from the book.
  • You can also help around the house as I know from your fabulous work in Soups’n’Spuds that you are all brilliant in the kitchen at food preparation and cleaning. And I’m sure your parents and carers would welcome a little help.
  • Keep a little record of activities that you’ve done while we’ve been in lockdown and enjoyed doing and photos if possible so we can all share when we meet again.

Missing you all, hope you are all keeping well and safe and your families too. Hope to see you all very soon, Take care, Jean

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