This week, and for the next few weeks, all English and Maths learning for the week will be uploaded ready for you to access on Monday morning. For the English learning, some tasks may take longer than others and you may choose to split it over two days. Information sheets will be uploaded for maths and these will show the links which will take you to the video tutorial, questions and answers.
If your children have produced work they would like me to see, please email me at:
I can't wait to see what you have been up to!
I can't wait to talk to you all again this week. I will be calling everyone on Thursday morning.
As a school we provide a number of learning platforms which will be invaluable to the children at this time. There will also be expectations set out on the website for daily learning and tasks from these sites will be included.
These websites are:
Bug Club (reading), Busy Things (KS1 whole curriculum), Times Table Rock Stars (times tables) and Numbots (addition and subtraction)
If your child has misplaced their login can you please email (we will do our best to reply within 24 hours):
Miss Startup (Bug Club): firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Farrant (Busy Things): email@example.comMr Tatum (TT Rock Star/Numbots): firstname.lastname@example.org
Before you begin your week of home learning, organise a timetable to make sure you and your children stay on task. Remember to include time for outside play/exercise and free time. Children should not be working continuously all day.
An example timetable is attached below:
Here are some ideas that you and your children may enjoy doing together.
Practice drawing skills
David Walliams is doing a daily audiobook reading at 11am
30 day Lego challenge
Daily maths lessons
Super sentence stacking
Topics we have learned about so far this year:
Geography: Greece and The United Kingdom and it's counties
History: Ancient Greeks and The Stone, Bronze and Iron Age.
Science: Animals, The Human Body (skeleton and muscles), Rocks, Forces
PE: Hockey, Ball Skills, Gymnastics, Dance
Guided Reading: The Midnight Fox, Oliver and the Seawigs, Kid Normal, You Are Awesome.
RE: Hinduism and Christianity
Computing: Coding on Scratch, Internet Safety