GOLD CLASS

Gold Class teaching staff have been busy finding and creating activities for you!

 

Click on the links below to explore and try some…

 

  • Can you try some mark making using items you find in your garden or on a walk? You’ll need the items you find, pegs and pain. Clip the pegs onto the end of each item you find, dip in paint and start your mark making!

 

  • ‘Use Your Arms’ from a Treasury of Songs by Julia Donaldson. You will need an adult to help you with this…have fun!

 

 

  • ‘Rumble in the Jungle’…can you stretch your arms up high and move them side to side! Swing through the trees like a monkey!

 

  • ‘Rumble in the Jungle’… Have you got a big mack at home?If so, maybe you you could activate the roaring sounds of the lion. Can you find something which feels like the soft mane of the lion?

 

  • ‘Rumble in the Jungle’…ask someone to ‘draw’ stripes over your body using their finger. Do you like the feel of ‘lighter’ stripes, or ‘firmer’ stripes?

 

  • ‘Rumble in the Jungle’…sssss slithery snake….can you feel the snake slithering over your body?

 

 

 

Ahoy there Gold Class! Below is a whole treasure trove of Pirate themed activities…scroll down past the story video clips for even more sensory activity ideas and links! 

  • Search the house for items which can be used for a Pirate ‘treasure basket’. Sand, shells, beads, jewellery, large cardboard coins covered in foil, coins in bags, shiny side of CD’s, fabric etc.

    

 

  • ‘Captain Beastlie’s Pirate Party’…a sensory story read over five installments – come back tomorrow for the next episode!

 

  • ‘Captain Beastlie’s Pirate Party’  Part 2!

 

  • ‘Captain Beastlie’s Pirate Party’ Part 3…can someone fan you so that you can feel the breeze on your body?

 

  • ‘Captain Beastlie’s Pirate Party’ Part 4…

 

  • Captain Beastlie’s Pirate Party‘ part 5…

 

  • The 6th and final installment of ‘Captain Beastlie’s Pirate Party‘…

 

  • Did you enjoy the pirate party story? I hope so, can you make and explore bubbles like Captain Beastlie had in his bath? Maybe you can make a cake, like Captain Beastlie had at his party? Or explore cake crumbs or breadcrumbs…oh no, don’t get your clothes all messy! Or maybe you’d like to decorate and wear a pirate hat, try the links below for ideas to keep you busy…
  • …DIY water bottle bubble snakes
  • …iced fairy cake recipe
  • …make a paper pirate hat

 

School Times

School Day

Mon-Fri 9.15am to 3:30pm,

 

Early years / Infants Lunchtime 11.45am -12.30pm

Juniors Lunchtime 12-12:45pm

 

School Office - Telephone: 020 8695 6555

 

Office Email - admin@watergate.lewisham.sch.uk

 

Headteacher

Fiona Veitch

 

Headteacher@watergate.lewisham.sch.uk

Watergate School | Lushington Rd, London SE6 3WG