Remote Learning

Remote Learning: Week Beginning Monday 1st March 2021

Thank you to everyone who has sent in photos, work or messages on Dojo – and now videos too!  It really is important that we are able to stay in touch: we would, ideally, like to hear from everyone at least once a week – if there are any problems with this, please let us know.

 

As usual, please let me know through Class Dojo if you have any questions or need any support, I will aim to reply as soon as possible – but am still teaching so please bear with me if it is not immediate.

 

Suggested Timetable

It is recommended that all children complete a minimum of three hours of remote learning. Below is a suggested timetable however, we are aware that this may change to suit your home.  Please adapt as you feel necessary.

 

9:00-9:30 9:30-9:50 9:50-10:15 10:15-10:55 10:55-11:30 11:30-12:30 12:30-1:30 1:30-2:30
PE

Joe Wicks/Real PE at Home

Reading/First News/spelling  

Break

English input (Teams) English Maths

and

TT Rockstars

Lunch Science/Topic/ Art/PSHE/RE/ Computing

 

Maths

As well as the maths below, a great way to get up your times table speed is to use the multiplication check (like we do at school) and keep working on the ones that you find hard Multiplication Tables Check – Mathsframe

Y4 Y5 Y6
Mon Fractions of a set of objects (1)

Recap

Spr4.8.1 – Fractions of a set of objects (1) on Vimeo

Subtraction – breaking the whole

Spr5.8.1 – Subtraction breaking the whole on Vimeo

Shapes – same area

Spr6.8.1 – Shapes – same area on Vimeo

Tue Fractions of a set of objects (2)

Recap

Spr4.8.2 – Fractions of a set of objects (2) on Vimeo

Subtract 2 mixed numbers

Spr5.8.2 – Subtract 2 mixed numbers on Vimeo

Area and perimeter

Spr6.8.2 – Area and perimeter on Vimeo

Wed Calculate fractions of a quantity

Spr4.8.3 – Calculate fractions of a quantity on Vimeo

Multiply unit fractions by an integer

Spr5.8.3 – Multiply unit fractions by an integer on Vimeo

Area of a triangle (1)

Spr6.8.3 – Area of a triangle (1) on Vimeo

Thur Problem solving – calculate quantities

Spr4.8.4 – Calculate quantities on Vimeo

Multiply non-unit fractions by an integer

Spr5.8.4 – Multiply non-unit fractions by an integer on Vimeo

Area of a triangle (2)

Spr6.8.4 – Area of a triangle (2) on Vimeo

Fri Fraction consolidation questions recapping and applying skills learnt throughout the block.  No video needed but feel free to watch earlier videos as a recap if needed. Multiply mixed numbers by integers

Spr5.8.5 – Multiply mixed numbers by an integer on Vimeo

Area of a triangle (3)

Spr6.8.5 – Area of a triangle (3) on Vimeo

 

English

This week, we are going continuing working on our sequence based on the book The First Drawing by author/illustrator Mordicai Gerstein.

 

I will continue to deliver an English input online (Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10:15).  There will be more details in the English folder on the school website, including work that children can do independently if they are unable to access the online inputs.  Please you make sure that you look at the resources there, as we will need some for the lessons.  Thank you.

 

Topic

Monday Science – To build a bridge between two supports that

will hold 50g

Tuesday RE – Thoughts and beliefs about God

 

Wednesday PSHE Today’s theme is about being brave – including online.

Watch this video about a young man who had to be brave!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LZTeQ5ngCE

Listen to this story of bravery when it would have been easy to give up.

https://youtu.be/VDm3h5jhj5A

Finding your brave – think about the stories of bravery you have heard – can you create an acrostic poem about being brave?

B

R

A

V

E

 

Thursday History – What do grave goods tell us about the Bronze Age?
Friday Art/DT – This week we are completing our learning about Wassily Kandinsky and abstract art.

Fancy something different?

Design your own Bronze Age jewellery using paper, pens, pasta – whatever you have handy.  Read the PowerPoint for inspiration and patterns.

Optional Challenge Work:

Computing – Continue creating your Stone Age report.

Ideas to include: Food and Drink, Farming, Weapons, Stonehenge, Clothing, Hunting, Home, Children, Animals

 

PE

Keeping active is a brilliant chance to burn off some energy and get some fresh air!

Please try to do at least 30 minutes every day of activity. This could be the Joe Wicks workouts, Real PE at home (Your login details have been emailed to you) or as simple as going for a walk.

 

Remote Learning: Week Beginning Monday 22nd February 2021

Thank you to everyone who has sent in photos, work or messages on Dojo – and now videos too!  It really is important that we are able to stay in touch: we would, ideally, like to hear from everyone at least once a week – if there are any problems with this, please let us know.

 

As usual, please let me know through Class Dojo if you have any questions or need any support, I will aim to reply as soon as possible – but am still teaching so please bear with me if it is not immediate.

 

Suggested Timetable

It is recommended that all children complete a minimum of three hours of remote learning. Below is a suggested timetable however, we are aware that this may change to suit your home.  Please adapt as you feel necessary.

 

9:00-9:30 9:30-9:50 9:50-10:15 10:15-10:55 10:55-11:30 11:30-12:30 12:30-1:30 1:30-2:30
PE

Joe Wicks/Real PE at Home

Reading/First News/spelling  

Break

English input (Teams) English Maths

and

TT Rockstars

Lunch Science/Topic/ Art/PSHE/RE/ Computing

 

Maths

As well as the maths below, a great way to get up your times table speed is to use the multiplication check (like we do at school) and keep working on the ones that you find hard Multiplication Tables Check – Mathsframe

 

Y4 Y5 Y6
Mon Add fractions

Recap

Spr4.7.1 – Add fractions on Vimeo

Add fractions

Spr5.7.1 – Add fractions on Vimeo

Metric measures

Spr6.7.1 – Metric measures on Vimeo

Tue Add 2 or more fractions Spr4.7.2 – Add 2 or more fractions on Vimeo Activity Add mixed numbers

Spr5.7.2 – Add mixed numbers activity on Vimeo

TODAY, THERE IS NO WORKSHEET– JUST FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE VIDEO AND PAUSE TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS

Convert metric measures

Spr6.7.2 – Convert metric measures on Vimeo

Wed Subtract fractions

Recap

Spr4.7.3 – Subtract fractions on Vimeo

Add mixed numbers

Spr5.7.3 – Add mixed numbers on Vimeo

 

Calculate with metric measures

Spr6.7.3 – Calculate with metric measures on Vimeo

Thur Subtract 2 fractions

Spr4.7.4 – Subtract 2 fractions on Vimeo

Subtract fractions

Spr5.7.4 – Subtract fractions on Vimeo

Miles and kilometres

Spr6.7.4 – Miles and kilometres on Vimeo

Fri Subtract from whole amounts

Spr4.7.5 – Subtract from whole amounts on Vimeo

Subtract mixed numbers

Spr5.7.5 – Subtract mixed numbers on Vimeo

Imperial measures

Spr6.7.5 – Imperial measures on Vimeo

 

English

This week, we are going to start our new block looking at a new text: The First Drawing.  In this beautiful picture book, Caldecott Medal-winning author/illustrator Mordicai Gerstein imagines one possible way drawing was invented. The young boy that stars in this story has such a vivid imagination that he sees images everywhere – clouds, stones and smoke look like animals to him. His parents, however, don’t share his enthusiasm and wish he would be more down to earth. However, the boy cannot contain his enthusiasm and one night grabs a smoky stick and “traces” the image he sees on a cave wall. Lo and behold: the world’s first drawing.

 

This week, there will be no live lesson on Wednesday as I am on an all day course – however, all the instructions and resources for the day will be on the website just like on Fridays. Don’t forget to look at the work on the school website for resources and work that children can do independently if they are unable to access the online inputs.  Please you make sure that you look at the resources there, as we will need some for the lessons.  Thank you.

 

 

Topic

Monday Science – To build a tall and stable structure.

 

Tuesday RE – Learning about Jesus through art part 2

 

Wednesday PSHE –Staying safe online and what are the facts?

Video by Mrs. Bunning: https://youtu.be/zTYLUM7-9ik

https://plprimarystars.com/resources/internet-detectives#m-resource-2781-link

Premier League challenge – you can research your favourite footballer or…

Top Tips to help you make a poster about being safe online.

Thursday History – Welcome to the Bronze Age: How did bronze replace stone?

Fancy something different?

How did the bronze age change how humans lived? (thenational.academy)

online lesson and quiz

Friday Art/DT – Make a worry doll

Watch video here: [Read Aloud] Silly Billy by Anthony Browne – YouTube

Fancy something different?

If you have clay, you can have a go at making a bell beaker (or if you message me on Dojo, I can provide a small amount each).

You can use a pinch-pot technique: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjTJTfLsUis

Remember the shape you are aiming for.  Remember to decorate the pot before you leave it to dry.

Optional Challenge Work:

Computing – Continue creating your Stone Age report.

Ideas to include: Food and Drink, Farming, Weapons, Stonehenge, Clothing, Hunting, Home, Children, Animals

 

PE

Keeping active is a brilliant chance to burn off some energy and get some fresh air!

Please try to do at least 30 minutes every day of activity. This could be the Joe Wicks workouts, Real PE at home (Your login details have been emailed to you) or as simple as going for a walk.

Remote Learning: Week Beginning Monday 8th February 2021

Thank you to everyone who has sent in photos, work or messages on Dojo – and now videos too!  It really is important that we are able to stay in touch: we would, ideally, like to hear from everyone at least once a week – if there are any problems with this, please let us know.

 

As usual, please let me know through Class Dojo if you have any questions or need any support, I will aim to reply as soon as possible – but am still teaching so please bear with me if it is not immediate.

 

Suggested Timetable

It is recommended that all children complete a minimum of three hours of remote learning. Below is a suggested timetable however, we are aware that this may change to suit your home.  Please adapt as you feel necessary.

 

9:00-9:30 9:30-9:50 9:50-10:15 10:15-10:55 10:55-11:30 11:30-12:30 12:30-1:30 1:30-2:30
PE

Joe Wicks/Real PE at Home

Reading/First News/spelling  

Break

English input (Teams) English Maths

and

TT Rockstars

Lunch Science/Topic/ Art/PSHE/RE/ Computing

 

Maths

As well as the maths below, a great way to get up your times table speed is to use the multiplication check (like we do at school) and keep working on the ones that you find hard Multiplication Tables Check – Mathsframe

 

Y4 Y5 Y6
Mon Equivalent fractions (2)

Recap

Spr4.6.1 – Equivalent fractions (2) on Vimeo

Compare and order fractions greater than 1 (second part of worksheet)

Spr5.6.1 – Compare and order fractions more than 1 (second part of worksheet) on Vimeo

Forming equations

Spr6.6.1 – Forming equations on Vimeo

Tue Equivalent fractions (1)

Spr4.6.2 – Equivalent fractions (1) on Vimeo

Activity Add and subtract fractions

Spr5.6.2 – Add and subtract fractions on Vimeo

Solve simple one-step equations

Spr6.6.2 – Solve simple one-step equations on Vimeo

Wed Equivalent fractions (2)

Spr4.6.3 – Equivalent fractions (2) on Vimeo

Activity Add fractions within 1

Spr5.6.3 – Add fractions within 1 activity on Vimeo

TODAY, THERE IS NO WORKSHEET BUT YOU WILL NEED SOME PAPER AND SCISSORS TO MAKE FRACTION STRIPS – JUST FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE VIDEO

Solve two-step equations

Spr6.6.3 – Solve two-step equations on Vimeo

Thur Fractions greater than 1

Spr4.6.4 – Fractions greater than 1 on Vimeo

Add fractions within 1

Spr5.6.4 – Add fractions within 1 on Vimeo

Find pairs of values (1)

Spr6.6.4 – Find pairs of values (1) on Vimeo

Fri Count in fractions

Spr4.6.5 – Count in fractions on Vimeo

Add 3 or more fractions

Spr5.6.5 – Add 3 of more fractions on Vimeo

Find pairs of values (2)

Spr6.6.5 – Find pairs of values (2) on Vimeo

 

English

This week, we are going to finish our block, Stone Age Sentinel, by writing our own newspaper reports on the discovery of Lyuba (a baby woolly mammoth).

 

I will continue to deliver an English input online (Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10:15).  There will be more details in the English folder on the school website, including work that children can do independently if they are unable to access the online inputs.  Please you make sure that you look at the resources there, as we will need some for the lessons.  Thank you.

 

Topic

Monday Science – make a flying machine; a hoop glider

Watch this first: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xI1_aSvkNMM

Tuesday RE – Learning about Jesus through art
Wednesday PSHE – What to share online.

Episode 2 – Who’s Magnus?

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/8_10/watch/

Video by Mrs. Bunning:

Goldilocks – A cautionary tale.

https://youtu.be/r96GSxM1Wy4

Thursday History – Build you own Stonehenge!

Fancy something different?

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-can-monuments-tell-us-about-the-prehistoric-period-68v3gd

online lesson and quiz

Friday Theatre Alibi! Mrs Bunning has arranged something very exciting for us all! We will be watching ‘Down to Earth’ by Theatre Alibi.

  • Opening Animation: https://vimeo.com/490740279 please watch this before the performance (either in the morning or Thursday afternoon)
  • Then we will watch the performance live at 11:30pm. YouTube link for those at home will be sent out to you. We will all be watching it at the same time. If you are unable to watch at this specific time please contact school to let us know, a link to a recording will be sent you but please note this will not be received this straight away.
  • During the performance, you will need navigate to Padlet. This allows you to send your ideas, photos, and drawings straight to the actors! Again, you will be sent a link and further details closer to the time.

 

After the performance there will be an activity for you to complete – we are suggesting this instead of art this afternoon. We would love to see your drawings, models and ideas on Class Dojo!

Optional Challenge Work:

Computing – Continue creating your Stone Age report.

Ideas to include: Food and Drink, Farming, Weapons, Stonehenge, Clothing, Hunting, Home, Children, Animals

 

PE

Keeping active is a brilliant chance to burn off some energy and get some fresh air!

Please try to do at least 30 minutes every day of activity. This could be the Joe Wicks workouts, Real PE at home (Your login details have been emailed to you) or as simple as going for a walk.

 

Half Term

 

Next week is half term! I hope you have a fantastic break and manage to do something exciting, but if you would like some challenges, here are some ideas!

 

Baking

Can you bake a cake from scratch? Don’t forget to send me a photo!

Wash the Car

Why not ask your grown-ups if they need their car washing? Don’t forget to hoover the inside too!

Create a finger painting!

Using paint and only your fingers, what masterpieces can you create?

Make a Rocket!

Here’s a YouTube Video showing how to make a plastic bottle rocket. Make sure you ask a grown ups permission for this one!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VEOB64o04qU

Bug Hunt

Go on a walk with your family. What bugs and creatures can you spot? Why not practice your photography skills or even your drawing skills if you take a notebook and pencil with you.

Origami

What can you make out of paper? Have a look on YouTube for some ideas.

Make a healthy smoothie

Choose some fruits you love and use a blender to make a smoothie! Let me know if it was yummy!

Dig a Flower Bed

If you have a garden, why not ask your grown ups if there is something you can do. Maybe it needs weeding or some seeds planting. Make sure you ask permission

Decorate some rocks

Find some rocks and paint them however you decide, once they’re dry you can put them back in the garden to brighten it up!

 

Children’s Mental Health Week!

Remote Learning: Week Beginning Monday 1st February 2021

Thank you to everyone who has sent in photos, work or messages on Dojo – and now videos too!  It really is important that we are able to stay in touch: we would, ideally, like to hear from everyone at least once a week – if there are any problems with this, please let us know.

 

As usual, please let me know through Class Dojo if you have any questions or need any support, I will aim to reply as soon as possible – but am still teaching so please bear with me if it is not immediate.

 

Suggested Timetable

It is recommended that all children complete a minimum of three hours of remote learning. Below is a suggested timetable however, we are aware that this may change to suit your home.  Please adapt as you feel necessary.

 

9:00-9:30 9:30-9:50 9:50-10:15 10:15-10:55 10:55-11:3- 11:30-12:30 12:30-1:30 1:30-2:30
PE

Joe Wicks/Real PE at Home

Reading/First News/spelling  

Break

English input (Teams) English Maths

and

TT Rockstars

Lunch Science/Topic/ Art/PSHE/RE/ Computing

 

Maths

As well as the maths below, don’t forget to go onto TT Rockstars too and take part in the battle!

Y4 Y5 Y6
Mon Unit and non-unit fractions Recap

Spr4.5.1 – Unit and non-unit fractions on Vimeo

Mixed numbers to improper fractions

Spr5.5.1 – Mixed numbers to improper fractions on Vimeo

Find a rule – one step

Spr6.5.1 – Find a rule – one step on Vimeo

Tue What is a fraction?

Spr4.5.2 – What is a fraction? on Vimeo

Number sequences

Spr5.5.2 – Number sequences on Vimeo

Find a rule – two step

Spr6.5.2 – Find a rule – two step on Vimeo

Wed Tenths Recap

Spr4.5.3 – Tenths on Vimeo

Compare & order fractions less than 1 (first part of worksheet)

Spr5.5.3 – Compare and order fractions less than 1 (first part of worksheet) on Vimeo

Forming expressions

Spr6.5.3 – Forming expressions on Vimeo

Thur Count in tenths Recap

Spr4.5.4 – Count in tenths on Vimeo

Compare & order fractions less than 1 (second part of worksheet)

Spr5.5.4 – Compare and order fractions less than 1 (second part of worksheet) on Vimeo

Substitution

Spr6.5.4 – Substitution on Vimeo

Fri Equivalent fractions (1) Recap

Spr4.5.5 – Equivalent Fractions (1) on Vimeo

Compare and order fractions greater than 1 (first part of worksheet)

Spr5.5.5 – Compare and order fractions more than 1 (first part of worksheet) on Vimeo

Formulae

Spr6.5.5 – Forumlae on Vimeo

 

English

This week, we are going continuing looking at newspaper reports using the amusing book, Stone Age Sentinel.

 

I will continue to deliver an English input online (Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10:15).  There will be more details in the English folder on the school website, including work that children can do independently if they are unable to access the online inputs.  Please you make sure that you look at the resources there, as we will need some for the lessons.  Thank you.

 

Topic

Monday Science – Marie Curie: How to make something invisible

Watch this first: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIovk_LgHRA

Tuesday RE – Create your own marriage ceremony using the information you have learnt over the past few weeks. It can be based on marriage ceremonies from any group of beliefs. You can create it as a picture with a written explanation, or as a comic strip, or as a 3D model or even a video! It is up to you!
Wednesday PSHE – Be a superhero!

Video by Mrs. Bunning: https://youtu.be/I4PuFTbT4uc 

Cyberbullying

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dMdKmHjpgFk 

Thursday History – Skara Brae: Stone Age Village

Fancy something different?

What was life like in a Neolithic settlement? (thenational.academy)

Online video and quiz

Friday Art/DT – Using music to inspire artwork: Wassily Kandinsky

Fancy something different?

Stone Age Houses:  Stone Age houses were made from materials that people found around them.  You could collect twigs to make the structure and cover it with moss or fur fabric to create you own model house.

Optional Challenge Work:

Computing – Continue creating your Stone Age report.

Ideas to include: Food and Drink, Farming, Weapons, Stonehenge, Clothing, Hunting, Home, Children, Animals

 

PE

Keeping active is a brilliant chance to burn off some energy and get some fresh air!

Please try to do at least 30 minutes every day of activity. This could be the Joe Wicks workouts, Real PE at home (Your login details have been emailed to you) or as simple as going for a walk.

Remote Learning: Week Beginning Monday 25th January 2021

Thank you to everyone who has sent in photos, work or messages on Dojo – and now videos too!  It really is important that we are able to stay in touch: we would, ideally, like to hear from everyone at least once a week – if there are any problems with this, please let us know.

 

Please let me know through Class Dojo if you have any questions or need any support, I will aim to reply as soon as possible – but am still teaching so please bear with me if it is not immediate. Please also send through photos – it is lovely to be able to share these with other members of the class to stay in touch on Dojo.

 

Suggested Timetable

It is recommended that all children complete a minimum of three hours of remote learning. Below is a suggested timetable however, we are aware that this may change to suit your home.  Please adapt as you feel necessary.

 

9:00-9:30 9:30-9:50 9:50-10:15 10:15-10:45 10:45-11:15 11:15-12:15 12:15-1:15 1:15-2:15
PE

Joe Wicks/Real PE at Home

Reading/First News/spelling  

Break

English input (Teams) English Maths

and

TT Rockstars

Lunch Science/Topic/ Art/PSHE/RE/ Computing

 

Maths

As well as the maths below, don’t forget to go onto TT Rockstars too and take part in the battle!

Y4 Y5 Y6
Mon What is area?

Spr4.4.1 – What is area? on Vimeo

What is a fraction? Recap

Spr5.4.1 – What is a fraction on Vimeo

Order FDP

Spr6.4.1 – Order FDP on Vimeo

Tue Counting squares

Spr4.4.2 – Counting squares on Vimeo

Equivalent fractions Recap

Spr5.4.2 – Equivalent fractions (1) on Vimeo

Percentage of an amount (1)

Spr6.4.2 – Percentage of an amount (1) on Vimeo

Wed Making shapes

Spr4.4.3 – Making shapes on Vimeo

Equivalent fractions

Spr5.4.3 – Equivalent fractions on Vimeo

Percentage of an amount (2)

Spr6.4.3 – Percentage of an amount (2) on Vimeo

Thur Comparing area

Spr4.4.4 – Comparing area on Vimeo

Fractions greater than 1 Recap

Spr5.4.4 – Fractions greater than 1 on Vimeo

Percentages – missing values

Spr6.4.4 – Percentages – missing values on Vimeo

Fri Area consolidation questions

covering Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday’s maths.  No video needed but feel free to watch earlier videos as a recap if needed.

Improper fractions to mixed numbers Spr5.4.5 – Improper fractions to mixed numbers (Fix) on Vimeo Percentages consolidation questions covering the last 7 lessons. No video needed but feel free to watch earlier videos as a recap if needed.

 

English

This week, we are going to be starting our new sequence:  Stone Age Sentinel.  You should all have the copy of the book by now.

 

I will continue to deliver an English input online (Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10:15).  There will be more details in the English folder on the school website, including work that children can do independently if they are unable to access the online inputs.  Please can you make sure that you look at the resources there, as we will need some for the lessons?  Thank you.

 

Topic

Monday Science – Construct a balloon rocket that will travel along a string for at least a metre
Tuesday RE – Information leaflet about marriage
Wednesday PSHE – Kindness is contagious!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d12u4P27fto

Video about young footballers showing great kindness

Video by Mrs. Bunning: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QMtRVk7usE&feature=youtu.be

Thursday History – What kind of sources tell us about the Stone Age?

Fancy something different?

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-can-artefacts-from-the-stone-age-tell-us-about-how-people-lived-during-the-different-periods-6wtk8c

Online video and quiz

Friday Art – Wassily Kandinsky – Abstract Shapes

Fancy something different?

Stone Age Jewellery: In the Stone Age, necklace, pendants and brooches were made from beads. Have a go at designing and making your own Stone Age bling!  You could use clay, Papier-mâché, plasticine, playdough, shells, rolled paper and glue, pasta – anything that you think may work!

Optional Challenge Work:

Computing – Continue creating your Stone Age report.

Ideas to include: Food and Drink, Farming, Weapons, Stonehenge, Clothing, Hunting, Home, Children, Animals

 

PE

Keeping active is a brilliant chance to burn off some energy and get some fresh air!

Please try to do at least 30 minutes every day of activity. This could be the Joe Wicks workouts, Real PE at home (Your login details have been emailed to you) or as simple as going for a walk.

Support for parents – routines, mental health and resources

Young Devon Wellbeing Toolkit – tricks, tips and techniques for maintaining positive mental health!

Remote Learning: Week Beginning Monday 18th January 2021

Good afternoon everyone.  I hope that all is going well – we miss you all at school.  Thank you to everyone who has sent in photos, work or messages on Dojo.  It really is important that we are able to stay in touch: we would, ideally, like to hear from everyone at least once a week – if there are any problems with this, please let us know.

 

Please let me know through Class Dojo if you have any questions or need any support, I will aim to replay as soon as possible – but am still teaching so please bear with me if it is not immediate. Please also send through photos – it is lovely to be able to share these with other members of the class to stay in touch on Dojo.

 

Suggested Timetable

It is recommended that all children complete a minimum of three hours of remote learning. Below is a suggested timetable however, we are aware that this may change to suit your home.  Please adapt as you feel necessary.

 

9:00-9:30 9:30-10:30 10:30-10:45 10:45-11:45 11:45-12:00 12:00-1:00 1:00-2:00
PE

Joe Wicks/Real PE at Home

Maths

and

TT Rockstars

Break English Reading/First News Lunch Science/Topic/ Art/PSHE/RE/ Computing

 

Maths

As well as the maths below, please try to go onto TT Rockstars at least twice a week for 10-20 minutes. There will be challenges set up for you:  this week we are battling the other KS2 classes in Bradford, Black Torrington and Bridgerule!  Any time you go on, it will up our score J

Y4 Y5 Y6
Mon Divide 2-digits by 1-digit (1)

Spr4.2.5 – Divide 2-digits by 1-digit (1) on Vimeo

Divide 2-digits by 1-digit (1) Recap

Spr5.2.5 – Divide 2-digits by 1-digit on Vimeo

Fractions to decimals (1) Spr6.2.5 – Fractions to decimals (1) (Fix) on Vimeo
Tue Divide 2-digits by 1-digit (3) Recap

Spr4.3.1 – Divide 2-digits by 1-digit (3) on Vimeo

Divide 2-digits by 1-digit (2) Recap

Spr5.3.1 – Divide 2-digits by 1-digit (2) on Vimeo

Fractions to decimals (2)

Spr6.3.1 – Fractions to decimals (2) on Vimeo

Wed Divide 2-digits by 1-digit (2

Spr4.3.2 – Divide 2-digits by 1-digit (2) on Vimeo

Divide 3-digits by 1-digit Recap

Spr5.3.2 – Divide 3-digits by 1-digit on Vimeo

Understand percentages Recap Spr6.3.3 – Understand percentages on Vimeo
Thur Divide 3-digits by 1-digit

Spr4.3.3 – Divide 3-digits by 1-digit on Vimeo

Divide 4-digits by 1-digit

Spr5.3.3 – Divide 4-digits by 1-digit on Vimeo

Fractions to percentages Spr6.3.4 – Fractions to percentages on Vimeo
Fri Correspondence problems

Spr4.3.4 – Correspondence problems on Vimeo

Divide with remainders

Spr5.3.4 – Divide with remainders on Vimeo

Equivalent FDP

Spr6.3.5 – Equivalent FDP on Vimeo

 

English

This week, we are going to be completing our Man on the Moon writing that we started just before Christmas https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsyD3W2pWU8   I hope that I will be able to deliver an English input online (Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10:15).  I have included more details in the English folder on the school website, including work that children can do independently if they are unable to access the online inputs (or the internet doesn’t work well enough).

 

Topic

Monday Science – To use a mechanical chain reaction to make a ball roll into a basket
Tuesday RE – Why do people make marriage vows? Marriage in Christianity, Hinduism and Judaism
Wednesday PSHE – Special People and different families

Video by Mrs. Bunning: https://youtu.be/zHTMYKPEMw0

Thursday History – How did hunter-gatherers survive in the Stone Age?

Fancy something different?

How do we know about Prehistoric Britain? (thenational.academy)

Online video and quiz

Friday Art – Scribble Creatures or Recycled Flowers – Choose one or do both, it’s up to you!

Fancy something different?

Fabric dyeing:  Stone Age people used natural dyes like walnut husks, elderberries and broom flowers to dye the fabric they wove.  Using white cotton, experiment with different natural materials to make different colours.

Optional Challenge  Work (Recommended for Y5 and Y6):

Computing – Continue creating your Stone Age report.

Ideas to include: Food and Drink, Farming, Weapons, Stonehenge, Clothing, Hunting, Home, Children, Animals

 

PE

Keeping active is a brilliant chance to burn off some energy and get some fresh air!

Please try to do at least 30 minutes every day of activity. This could be the Joe Wicks workouts, Real PE at home (Your login details have been emailed to you) or as simple as going for a walk.

 

Remote Learning: Week Beginning Monday 11th January 2020

Good afternoon Class 3.  Hope you are all okay – it has been lovely to hear from some of you on Dojo already.  Here is the home learning for this week.

 

Please let me know through Class Dojo if you have any questions or need any support, I will aim to replay as soon as possible – but am still teaching so please bear with me if it is not immediate. Please also send through photos – it is lovely to be able to share these with other members of the class to stay in touch on Dojo.

Suggested Timetable

It is recommended that all children complete a minimum of three hours of remote learning. Below is a suggested timetable however we are aware that this may change to suit your home.  Please adapt as you feel necessary.

 

9:00-9:30 9:30-10:30 10:30-10:45 10:45-11:45 11:45-12:00 12:00-1:00 1:00-2:00
PE

Joe Wicks/Real PE at Home

Maths

including

TT Rockstars

Break English Reading/First News Lunch Science/Topic/ Art/PSHE/RE/ Computing

 

Maths

As well as the maths below, please try to go onto TT Rockstars at least twice a week for 10-20 minutes. There will be challenges set up for you, including Boys V Girls and School V School!

 

Year 4 Year 5 Year 6
Mon Written methods

Spr4.1.5 – Written methods on Vimeo

Multiply 2-digits (area model) – second part of worksheet (CONTINUED FROM FRIDAY)

Spr5.1.5 – Multiply 2-digits (area model) on Vimeo

Divide by 10, 100 and 1,000

Spr6.1.5 – Divide by 10 100 and 1000 on Vimeo

Tue Multiply 2-digits by 1-digit Recap Spr4.2.1 – Multiply 2-digits by 1-digit (1) on Vimeo Multiply 2-digits by 2-digits

Spr5.2.1 – Multiply 2-digits by 2-digits on Vimeo

Multiply decimals by integers

Spr6.2.1 – Multiply decimals by integers on Vimeo

Wed Multiply 2-digits by 1-digit

Spr4.2.2 – Multiply 2-digits by 1-digit on Vimeo

Multiply 3-digits by 2-digits

Spr5.2.2 – Multiply 3-digits by 2-digits on Vimeo

Divide decimals by integers

Spr6.2.2 – Divide decimals by integers on Vimeo

Thur Multiply 3-digits by 1-digit

Spr4.2.3 – Multiply 3-digits by 1-digit on Vimeo

Multiply 4-digits by 2-digits (basic practice)

Spr5.2.3 – Multiply 4-digits by 2-digits (basic practice) on Vimeo

Division to solve problems

Spr6.2.3 – Division to solve problems on Vimeo

Fri Divide 2-digits by 1-digit (2) Recap

Spr4.2.4 – Divide 2-digits by 1-digit (2) on Vimeo

Multiply 4-digits by 2-digits

Spr5.2.4 – Multiply up to a 4-digit number by a 2-digit number on Vimeo

Decimals as fractions

Spr6.2.4 – Decimals as fractions on Vimeo

 

English

 

Y4 – The King of the Fishes

 

Y5 and Y6 – Elves and Sprites

 

Monday Page 14 & 15 drawing and describing your king or queen character Page 9 activity 6 – vocabulary.
Tuesday Pages 16-18 planning your story Pages 10 – 12 sorting the structure of your story.
Wednesday Pages 19-20 writing the 1st, 2nd and 3rd sections of your story. Pages 13-17 creating your characters.
Thursday Pages 21-22 writing the 4th, 5h and final section of your stories. Pages 18-20 boxing up and planning your story
Friday Page 23 Proof reading for spelling and punctuation errors and publishing. Page 21 drafting and editing your story.

 

Topic

Monday Science – Make an egg protector
Tuesday RE – Jar of Hope
Wednesday PSHE – Our Special People
Thursday History – Prehistory timeline
Friday Art – The Loo Roll Challenge or The Tea-Stained Treasure Map

Fancy something different?

Stone age paintings – You could collect stones to draw stone age pictures on, using pencil, charcoal or chalk.  Fix the picture and finish it with varnish.  Or, on paper, you could tell a story or leave a message through pictures – Sand works really well as a background texture.  Finally, you might choose to using only sticks, feathers or your fingers to paint with!

Optional Challenge Work: Computing

Over the next 5 weeks, using what you have learnt and any additional research, create a report based on the Stone age to Iron age. This can be a filmed video, an animation video, a PowerPoint or Microsoft Word written report. Below are topics you may wish to include in your report:

Food and Drink

Farming

Weapons

Stonehenge

Clothing

Hunting

Home

Children

Animals

 

PE

Keeping active is a brilliant chance to burn off some energy and get some fresh air!

Joe Wicks will be returning to YouTube with 3 live workouts per week on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

As part of Real PE, we also continue to have access to their home resources. A video explaining the resources and how they can be used at home can be watched here: https://vimeo.com/469765887

Each child has their own individual login to use; this has been emailed to you via admin.

Summer Week 14 Home Learning

 

Home Learning Week Beginning Monday 20th July 2020

 

As before, please contact me via Class Dojo or admin email if you have any questions. Don’t forget to send through photos to go on the Class Story – you can either send these through the messages on Class Dojo or add them to their portfolio.

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Maths – 30mins Summer Week 14 Day 1 Your choice of maths challenge cards – try and do at least 3! Summer Week 14 Day 2 Your choice of maths challenge cards – try and do at least 3! Non-pupil day SUMMER HOLIDAYS – Have fun! SUMMER HOLIDAYS – Have fun!
There is no White Rose Hub maths for the last few days so enjoy a selection of maths challenge cards for your year group.
English – 30 mins Year 3 and 4 – The Truth About Trolls
P14-15 P16-18
Year 5 and 6 – The Game
P24 Write up and illustrate mini-book P25-26
Topic – 30 mins RE – Good Samaritan End of Year Scrapbook
PE – 30 mins For your PE you can choose what you enjoy most, as long as it’s active and physical!

Here’s some ideas:

 

Joe Wicks Live Lesson live on YouTube at 9:00am on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday

 

Real PE Home:

The website address is: home.jasmineactive.com

Parent email: parent@bradfordpr-1.com

Password: bradfordpr

There are lots of fantastic ideas for games suitable to be played at home.

 

How about a walk or run with your family or any other physical activity!

Reading – up to 30 mins Book of your choice, please try to be heard reading by an adult once a week if possible.  The online First News is an excellent option – there will also be the associated quizzes on the school website too. https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/.
iPad/Comp – 30 mins Times Table Rock Stars, Studyladder or Kids Classroom Secrets.

 

Summer Week 13 Home Learning

Home Learning Week Beginning Monday 13th July 2020

 

As before please contact me via Class Dojo or admin email if you have any questions. Don’t forget to send through photos to go on the Class Story – you can either send these through the messages on Class Dojo or add them to their portfolio.

 

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Maths – 30mins Summer Week 12 Day 1 White Rose Activity Summer Week 12 Day 2 White Rose Activity Summer Week 12 Day 3 White Rose Activity Summer Week 12 Day 4 White Rose Activity Maths on the move home challenge – Chose up to 2 of the challenges each Friday.
Please go to www.whiterosemaths.com/homelearning to watch a video tutorial to support each lesson. The videos can be paused and replayed as needed.  Some sheets do seem to be repeated, you can find the matching lessons but with different activities on the BBC Bitesize home learning page https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons
English – 30 mins Year 3 and 4 – The Truth About Trolls
Page 1 – 6 Page 7 Page 8 and 9 Page 10 and 11 Page 12 and 13
Year 5 and 6 – The Game
Page 17 – 19 Page 20 Page 21 and 22 Page 23 Draft Page 23 Edit
Topic – 30 mins Geography – Brazil end of topic Science – Design tasks History – Greek vases Art – Half and Half face PSHE – Growing and Changing (Parents please read first)
PE – 30 mins For your PE you can choose what you enjoy most, as long as it’s active and physical!

Here’s some ideas:

 

Joe Wicks Live Lesson live on YouTube at 9:00am on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday

 

Real PE Home:

The website address is: home.jasmineactive.com

Parent email: parent@bradfordpr-1.com

Password: bradfordpr

There are lots of fantastic ideas for games suitable to be played at home.

 

How about a walk or run with your family or any other physical activity!

Reading – up to 30 mins Book of your choice, please try to be heard reading by an adult at least once a week if possible.  The online First News is an excellent option – there will also be the associated quizzes & crosswords on the school website too. https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/.
iPad/Comp – 30 mins Times Table Rock Stars, Studyladder or Kids Classroom Secrets.

 

 

Home Learning Week Beginning Monday 6th July 2020

 

As before, please contact me via Class Dojo or admin email if you have any questions. Don’t forget to send through photos to go on the Class Story – thank you!

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Maths – 30mins Summer Week 5 Day 1 White Rose Activity Summer Week 5 Day 2 White Rose Activity Summer Week 5 Day 3 White Rose Activity Summer Week 5 Day 4 White Rose Activity Maths on the move home challenge – Chose up to 2 of the challenges each Friday.
Please go to www.whiterosemaths.com/homelearning to watch a video tutorial to support each lesson. The videos can be paused and replayed as needed.  Some sheets do seem to be repeated, you can find the matching lessons but with different activities on the BBC Bitesize home learning page https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons
English – 30 mins Year 3 and 4 – Mission Possible
Page 27 Page 2-31 Page 32 Page 32 Page 36 and 37
Year 5 and 6 – The Game
Page 1 – 7 (End of the Story) Page 7-9 Page 10 Page 11-13 Page 14-16
Topic – 30 mins Geography – Brazil holiday brochure Science – Mechanisms History – Greek Myths (2-week block) Art – Lucian Freud Portrait PSHE – Online Safety Part 2
PE – 30 mins Virtual Sports Day! This week should have been our federation sports day so instead there are 5 activities to complete throughout the week. Add up your points and let us know your scores to receive a special certificate!
Reading  – up to 30 mins Book of your choice, please try to be heard reading by an adult at least once a week if possible.  The online First News is an excellent option – there will also be the associated quizzes & crosswords on the school website too. https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/.
iPad/Comp – 30 mins Times Table Rock Stars, Studyladder or Kids Classroom Secrets.

Summer Term Week 11 Home Learning

Home Learning Week Beginning Monday 29th June 2020

 

As before, please contact me via Class Dojo or admin email if you have any questions and as always, just do the amount that is suitable for your child/ren, family and circumstance. Please send through photos to go on the Class Story, it is great to see them and keep in touch.  Hope you have a lovely week.

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Maths – 30mins Summer Week 10 Day 1 White Rose Activity Summer Week 10 Day 2 White Rose Activity Summer Week 10 Day 3 White Rose Activity Summer Week 10 Day 4 White Rose Activity WRH Challenges – Choose One (Make it Patterns or Bake it Pancakes)
Please go to www.whiterosemaths.com/homelearning to watch a video tutorial to support each lesson. The videos can be paused and replayed as needed.  Some sheets do seem to be repeated, you can find the matching lessons but with different activities on the BBC Bitesize home learning page https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons
English – 30 mins Year 3 and 4- Mission Possible
Page 19-21 Page 22 Page 23 Page 24 and 25 Page 26
Year 5 and 6 – The City of Silence
Page 11-13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17-19
Topic – 30 mins Geography – Indigenous Tribes in Brazil Science – Friction History – Greek Myths (2-week block) Art – Celebratory Stamps RE – Hinduism
PE – 30 mins For your PE you can choose what you enjoy most, as long as it’s active and physical!

Here are some ideas:

 

Joe Wicks Live Lesson live on YouTube at 9:00am on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday

 

Real PE Home:

The website address is: home.jasmineactive.com

Parent email: parent@bradfordpr-1.com

Password: bradfordpr

There are lots of fantastic ideas for games suitable to be played at home.

 

How about a walk or run with your family or any other physical activity!

Reading – up to 30 mins Book of your choice, please try to be heard reading by an adult at least once a week if possible.  The online First News is an excellent option – there will also be the associated quizzes & crosswords on the school website too. https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/.
iPad/Comp – 30 mins Times Table Rock Stars, Studyladder or Kids Classroom Secrets.

 

Summer Term Week 10 Home Learning

Home Learning Week Beginning Monday 22nd June 2020

 

As before please, contact me via Class Dojo or admin email if you have any questions. Don’t forget to send through photos to go on the Class Story.  We have already received lots of A4 full body portraits and look forward to putting everyone’s up – thank you.

 

The English for the next two weeks are work books: years 3 and 4 are going to be using the Mission impossible work book and years 5 and 6 are going to be using the City of Silence work book.  Please feel free to use the Y34 resources if you feel it is more appropriate.  On the overview below, for each day there are the pages I would like you to work through, if you have any questions please message me.

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Maths – 30mins Summer Week 5 Day 1 White Rose Activity Summer Week 5 Day 2 White Rose Activity Summer Week 5 Day 3 White Rose Activity Summer Week 5 Day 4 White Rose Activity WRH Challenges – Choose One
Please go to www.whiterosemaths.com/homelearning to watch a video tutorial to support each lesson. The videos can be paused and replayed as needed.  Some sheets do seem to be repeated, you can find the matching lessons but with different activities on the BBC Bitesize home learning page https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons
English – 30 mins Year 3 and 4 – Mission Possible
Page 1-6 7 and 8 9 and 10 11-15 16-18
Year 5 and 6 – The City of Silence
Page 1-4 5 and 6 7 8 9 and 10
Topic – 30 mins Geography – Poverty in Brazil  Science – Water Resistance History – The Legacy of the Ancient Greeks Art – Self Portraits PSHE – Online Safety at Home
PE – 30 mins This week it is National Sports Week! Along with the home learning there are some additional sports ideas for you to try and alternatively some ideas below.

 

For your PE you can choose what you enjoy most, as long as it’s active and physical!

Here’s some ideas:

 

Joe Wicks Live Lesson live on YouTube at 9:00am on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday

 

Real PE Home:

The website address is: home.jasmineactive.com

Parent email: parent@bradfordpr-1.com

Password: bradfordpr

There are lots of fantastic ideas for games suitable to be played at home.

 

How about a walk or run with your family or any other physical activity!

Reading – up to 30 mins Book of your choice, please try to be heard reading by an adult at least once a week if possible.  The online First News is an excellent option – there will also be the associated quizzes on the school website too. https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/.
iPad/Comp – 30 mins Times Table Rock Stars, Studyladder or Kids Classroom Secrets.

 

Summer Term Week 9 Home Learning

Home Learning Week Beginning Monday 15th June 2020

 

As before, please contact me via Class Dojo or admin email if you have any questions. Don’t forget to send through photos to go on the Class Story – it is really great to share and the children in school are enjoying seeing their friends online.

 

Please note the English has been split into separate tasks for Year 3 and 4 and Year 5 and 6 and continues from the booklets last week. These are Talk for Writing Booklets which follows the same structure we use in our English lessons at school. It follows a structure of learning a text, exploring the grammar and vocabulary before imitating the text and then inventing their own. Below I have indicated how this could be broken up into daily manageable chunks for this week which will complete the booklet.

 

This week we’d also like as many people as possible to contribute to our ‘We stand together even though we are apart’ project. We’d like all children, parents and staff to create an A4 full body self-portrait (just first names on back) in any medium with hands outstretched to the edge of the paper to link up along a wall at school. These can be emailed to school or dropped outside. We will then laminate them to create our display. We’d love for as many of you to join in as possible.

 

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Maths – 30mins Summer Week 8 Day 1 White Rose Activity Summer Week 8 Day 2 White Rose Activity Summer Week 8 Day 3 White Rose Activity Summer Week 8 Day 4 White Rose Activity WRH Challenges – Choose One: Make a map or Play it, memory game.
Please go to www.whiterosemaths.com/homelearning to watch a video tutorial to support each lesson. The videos can be paused and replayed as needed.
English Year 3 and 4 – 30 mins Journey to the Jungle Booklet
Page 18 Page 19 Write Away Section Page 20 – Choose one or more of the further activities to complete Page 21
English Year 5 and 6 – 30 mins One Chance Booklet
Page 20-22 Page 23 Page 24 and 25 Page 26
Topic – 30 mins Geography – Urbanisation in Brazil Science – Air Resistance History – Children’s life in Ancient Greece Art – Photography to create self-portraits RE – Sikh Festival of Vaisakhi
PE – 30 mins Joe Wicks Live Lesson, Real PE Home or any other physical activity!
Reading –  up to 30 mins Book of your choice, please try to be heard reading by an adult once a week if possible.  The online First News is an excellent option – there will also be the associated quizzes on the school website too. https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/.
iPad/Comp – 30 mins Times Table Rock Stars, Studyladder or Kids Classroom Secrets.

 

Summer Term Week 8 Home Learning 

Home Learning Week Beginning Monday 8th June 2020

 

As before, please contact me via Class Dojo or admin email if you have any questions. Don’t forget to send through photos to go on the Class Story – it really is lovely to share them.

 

Please note the English has been split into separate tasks for Year 3 and 4 and Year 5 and 6 and continues from the booklets last week. These are Talk for Writing Booklets which follows the same structure we use in our English lessons at school. It follows a structure of learning a text, exploring the grammar and vocabulary before imitating the text and then inventing their own. Below I have indicated how this could be broken up into daily manageable chunks for this week which will then continue next week to complete the booklet.

 

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Maths – 30mins Summer Week 7 Day 1 White Rose Activity Summer Week 7 Day 2 White Rose Activity Summer Week 7 Day 3 White Rose Activity Summer Week 7 Day 4 White Rose Activity WRH Challenges – Choose One (Bake it or Move it)
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/ – On this website, there is a video tutorial to support every worksheet, click on the relevant year group and the appropriate week/day. This can be paused and replayed when needed. I have included the corresponding answer packs – encourage the children to mark and correct their own where possible.  When choosing the right year group, please remember we all learn at different paces and sometimes it may be beneficial for a child to access a lower year group’s work. If you are not sure which year group is appropriate for your child, please contact me either via Class Dojo or the admin email.
English Year 3 and 4 – 30 mins Journey to the Jungle Booklet
Page 10 and 11 Page 12 and 13 Page 14 Page 15 and 16 up to Design Challenge Page 16 Design Challenge and Page 17
English Year 5 and 6 – 30 mins One Chance Booklet
Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 and 15 Page 16 and 17 Page 18 and 19
Topic – 30 mins Geography – The climate of Brazil  Science – The effects of gravity History – The Trojan horse Art – Self portraits PSHE – Transitions
PE – 30 mins Joe Wicks Live Lesson, Real PE Home or any other physical activity!
Reading – up to 30 mins Book of your choice, please try to be heard reading by an adult once a week if possible.  The online First News is an excellent option – there will also be the associated quizzes on the school website too. https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/.
iPad/Comp – 30 mins Times Table Rock Stars, Studyladder or Kids Classroom Secrets.

Summer Term Week 7 Home learning

Home Learning Week Beginning Monday 1st June 2020 

 

As before please contact me via Class Dojo or admin email if you have any questions. Don’t forget to send through photos to go on the Class Story – you can either send these through the messages on Class Dojo or add them to their portfolio.

 

Monday is an inset day therefore there is no home learning however if you would like something to do, please feel free to use the Maths Challenges within the relevant year group zip file and for English they could spend some time writing what they did over half term.

 

Please note the English has been split into separate tasks for Year 3 and 4 and Year 5 and 6. These are Talk for Writing Booklets which follows the same structure we use in our English lessons at school and will create a unit over a three week period. It will follow a structure of the children learning a text, exploring the grammar and vocabulary before imitating the text and then inventing their own. Below I have indicated how this could be broken up into daily manageable chunks for this week which will then continue over the next two weeks to complete the booklet.

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Maths – 30mins Inset Day Summer Week 6 Day 1 White Rose Activity Summer Week 6 Day 2 White Rose Activity Summer Week 6 Day 3 White Rose Activity Summer Week 6 Day 4 White Rose Activity
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/ – On this website, there is a video tutorial to support every worksheet, click on the relevant year group and the appropriate week/day. This can be paused and replayed when needed. I have included the corresponding answer packs – encourage the children to mark and correct their own where possible.  When choosing the right year group, please remember we all learn at different paces and sometimes it may be beneficial for a child to access a lower year group’s work. If you are not sure which year group is appropriate for your child, please contact me either via Class Dojo or the admin email.
English Year 3 and 4 – 30 mins Journey to the Jungle Booklet
Inset Day Page 1-4

 

Page 5 and 6 Page 7 Page 8 and 9
English Year 5 and 6 – 30 mins One Chance Booklet
Inset Day Page 1-4 Page 5 and 6 Page 7-9 Page 10 and 11
Topic – 30 mins Inset Day Geography – Brazil Science – Forces History – Greek philosophy Art – Eyes
PE – 30 mins Joe Wicks Live Lesson, Real PE Home or any other physical activity!
Reading – up to 30 mins Book of your choice, please try to be heard reading by an adult once a week if possible.  The online First News is an excellent option – there will also be the associated quizzes on the school website too. https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/.
iPad/Comp – 30 mins Times Table Rock Stars, Studyladder or Kids Classroom Secrets.

Half Term

 

Good afternoon Class 3; hope that you have had a lovely morning!

Well done to those who participated in the Times Tables Rock Stars competition – you have been awarded 30 Dojos each for your effort. This week, the girls won.

I just wanted to say ‘Have a lovely half term, I hope that the sun shines for you and you have a nice break’.

There is no home learning going up for this week, however, if you want some nice ideas, the wildlife trust is doing a 30 day challenge for June:

https://action.wildlifetrusts.org/page/57739/petition/1?locale=en-GB

and the scouts have some excellent ideas for fun activities for the ‘great indoors’ (in case the weather isn’t so nice)
• https://www.scouts.org.uk/the-great-indoors/

Anyway, I hope you enjoy your well-earned rest; you have been working so hard and I am proud of you all.

Miss C
x

Summer Term Week 6 Home Learning

Home Learning Week Beginning Monday 18th May 2020

 

Below is an overview for our sixth week of home learning. As before please contact me via Class Dojo or admin email if you have any questions. Don’t forget to send through photos to go on the Class Story – it is really lovely to be able to share them with the class.

 

As ever, please complete as much as is suitable for your family.

 

 

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Maths – 30mins Summer Week 5 Day 1 White Rose Activity Summer Week 5 Day 2 White Rose Activity Summer Week 5 Day 3 White Rose Activity Summer Week 5 Day 4 White Rose Activity Challenges

Bake it chocolate crispy or Make it spiral pattern

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/ – On this website, there is a video tutorial to support every worksheet, click on the relevant year group and the appropriate week/day. This can be paused and replayed when needed. I have included the corresponding answer packs – encourage the children to mark and correct their own where possible.  When choosing the right year group, please remember we all learn at different paces and sometimes it may be beneficial for a child to access a lower year group’s work. If you are not sure which year group is appropriate for your child, please contact me either via Class Dojo or the admin email.
English – 30 mins A Cloudy Lesson – Questions A Cloudy Lesson – Questions A Cloudy Lesson – Zones of Relevance A Cloudy Lesson – Planning Diary Entry A Cloudy Lesson – Diary Entry
Topic – 30 mins Geography – Create OS Maps Science – Balanced Diet History – Greek Olympics Art – natural material plants PSHE – Special People
PE – 30 mins Joe Wicks Live Lesson, Real PE Home or any other physical activity!
Reading – up to 30 mins Book of your choice, please try to be heard reading by an adult once a week if possible.  The online First News is an excellent option – there will also be the associated quizzes on the school website too. https://subscribe.firstnews.co.uk/free-downloadable-issue/.
iPad/Comp – 30 mins Times Table Rock Stars, Studyladder or Kids Classroom Secrets.  The Times Table Rock Stars challenge this week is Class 3 – boys vs girls.