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Slides from today's lesson - have a great weekend everyone!

Friday 15th January

 

Happy Friday Red Kites!

 

As a Friday treat, we will start today’s lesson with a brief ‘Quiz of the Week’… have your pencil and paper ready!

 

Don't worry if you don't have access to a printer - you can copy most tasks off the screen if needed.

 

Mrs Dowling and I are really enjoying seeing your happy faces online each day. We know you are working hard at home and will be writing to you next week to ask you to start sharing some of your work with us. Watch this space.

 

In the meantime, have a good morning and I will see you for our live maths lesson at 1pm.

 

Have a great weekend when it arrives. Make sure you get some fresh air!

 

Mr Gale

 

Arithmetic

Go to the Corbett Maths site and choose your level of challenge: bronze, silver, gold or platinum.

https://corbettmathsprimary.com/5-a-day/

Alternatively, if your times tables are not up to speed, play hit the button at

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Spelling and Grammar

Follow the link to revise subordinate clauses:

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-explore-non-finite-subordinate-clauses-crtkgr

Website lesson English

 

LO: Apply my knowledge of formal texts to change an informal text to a formal

The 'Letters' document below has two letters in it.  Read the first carefully and identify the formal features that it uses.  You could annotate the letter or list them (this should take no more than ten minutes).  Now read the second, rather informal, letter.  Please re-write Kezie’s letter for her so that it is suitably formal.  Remember to use:

  • Standard English (with NO contractions, shortenings or slang)
  • Formal vocabulary choices
  • Formal conjunctions (to create complex sentences)
  • Passive voice
  • Subjunctive (if you can)

As an extra challenge, use persuasive techniques to help Kezie receive her demands.  Rewriting her letter should take 30 to 40 minutes.  Please take at least 5 minutes at the end to proof read your letter: maintain high standards!

Website lesson

Art

Art: Experiment with sketching techniques

Today, we are going to continue to work on our sketching techniques. Watch the video below, which demonstrates the difference between outlines and edges.

Have paper and pencil ready, and try the techniques you see. 

Start Drawing: PART 1 - Outlines, Edges, Shading - YouTube

When the video has finished, draw a different shape, e.g. a circle. Can you add edges to your shape to create depth?

Look at the WW2 images below and pick one that you would like to try and draw.

Can you apply any of the skills you’ve just learnt?

Live lesson

Maths

We will see you at 1.00pm via Zoom for today’s lesson, when will be learning about how to divide decimals by integers.

Make sure you have your equipment ready - you may find a calculator useful for helping you check your answers.

I have also uploaded a multiplication grid that you might also find useful.

Today's task is below.

Reading

Remember, you need to have read to the end of chapter 3 of Goodnight Mister Tom before Monday.  If you have already – well done!

 

 

For reference only - Friday

Documents you may wish to print - Friday

 

Thursday 14th January

Hello Red Kites

Happy Thursday! I hope you have had a good week so far. I'm looking forward to seeing you all at 1pm for our maths lesson.

Remember to try your best with all your work, you are all doing a great job.

See you later on.

Mr Gale smiley

Arithmetic

Go to the Corbett Maths site and choose your level of challenge: bronze, silver, gold or platinum.

https://corbettmathsprimary.com/5-a-day/

Alternatively, if your times tables are not up to speed, play hit the button at

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Website lesson

Topic

LO: To understand the difference between Allies and Axis countries in WW2.

Neville Chamberlain was the Prime Minister at the outbreak of WW2. Listen to his radio speech announcing that Britain was at war with Germany on 3rd September 1939. While listening, see if you can empathise with how people across the country may have felt listening to this on the wireless. Click here.

 

Today we will be learning about the countries that were involved in WW2.

Watch the video on here.

 

Now use the Internet to research Allies and Axis countries.

If you have a printer, you might want to print out the map of the Europe and colour the countries according to whether they were Allies or Axis countries. If you don’t have a printer, don't worry, you could create a list of Allies and Axis countries on a piece of paper.

 

Some countries were called ‘Neutral’. What do you think this means? Can you add them to your map or list?

When you have completed this task, can you add countries from other parts of the world to your list? E.g. Australia was a member of the Allies; Japan was a member of the Axis.

Website lesson English

 

LO: Review knowledge of modal verbs/the subjunctive

I have uploaded a PowerPoint recapping modal verbs and a PowerPoint about the subjunctive. 

You can also recap modal verbs at the BBC here : https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwwp8mn/articles/zps4pbk

And there is a video about the subjunctive at the BBC learning English site here (it is designed for older pupils learning English as a second language, but it is quite useful for our purposes):

https://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish/english/course/upper-intermediate/unit-20/session-1

Ideally, Year 5 will complete the work on modal verbs and Y6 will complete the work on the subjunctive.  However, if you are in Y5 and you whizz through modal verbs, feel free to give the subjunctive work a try.  Equally, Y6 are very welcome to look at the modal verb work as well.  Once you have looked at the PowerPoint file and video, attempt the relevant attached worksheet.  You can also add some examples to your ‘Magpie Sheet’, as these will be useful in your writing next week.

Modal verbs sheet: Choose whether to complete the one, two or three star sheet.  Copy the sentences into your book (remember to be neat and to include the non-negotiables). No peeking at the answers until you’re finished!

Subjunctive sheet: There are 6 pages of questions.  Start on page 1 (easiest), page 3 (middle) or page 5 (hardest).  Do as much as you can and feel free to skip ahead if it’s easy or go back if it’s hard.  Again, don’t look at the answers until you’re finished!

 

Live lesson

Maths

We will see you at 1.00pm via Zoom for today’s lesson.  Make sure you have your equipment ready.  Fingers crossed my laptop will work properly today – Mr Gale J

 

Slides from today's maths lesson

Wednesday 13th January

 

Good morning!

I hope you are all well and keeping up with the remote learning.  As we've said before, remember to adapt the work to suit you so that you are challenging yourself but not finding it too difficult to complete.  Good luck with today's work.

 

Wednesday  13th January

Arithmetic

Go to the Corbett Maths site and choose your level of challenge bronze, silver, gold or platinum.

https://corbettmathsprimary.com/5-a-day/

Alternatively, if your times tables are not up to speed, play hit the button at

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Spelling and Grammar

Please visit the following website, and complete lesson  on fronted adverbials:

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-explore-fronted-adverbials-71h64t

Website lesson Jigsaw

 

Jigsaw: My ideal job

Decide what your ideal job is.

Using the internet, you are going to research some of the key facts about this role.

You can record your findings onto the ‘ideal job’ resource, or you could design your own way of recording the information.

You will need to find out about and record:

• Job title

• Job description/main duties

• Qualifications needed

 • Salary

• 3 steps needed to take to achieve my dream job, e.g. work hard at school, get some relevant work experience (mechanic/hairdresser), go to university, work in my dad’s shop, etc.

Website lesson

Maths

Please visit the Mathletics website and complete the tasks you have been set. Remember if you are accessing Mathletics on a tablet or phone, you will need to download the free app from the App store.

This week’s tasks are based on the ‘live’ lessons from last week.  Remember, you can hit the ‘i’ (information) button if you need any support or reminders.

Outdoor learning task:

Go outside and make a scale drawing of your garden. Measure the edges of the garden and where the key features are. Decide on the kind of scale you are going to use for your drawing and create a key to show the landmarks.

Live lesson

English

Hopefully you managed yesterday’s independent task.  Below I've uploaded an example answer  – take a look to see how it compares to your paragraph. Have yours ready to show at the start of today's Zoom lesson. 

I will see you at 1.00pm via Zoom for today’s lesson.  Make sure you have your equipment ready, including your ‘Magpie Sheet’ or your own version of it. The grammar task which is attached below is for AFTER our Zoom lesson.  You can complete it on the sheet or copy it into your book. There is also a glossary which some of you may need to use, again AFTER our Zoom lesson.

Our shared English work (12.01.21) - use this as a guide to to help you check your work

Tuesday 12th January

 

Good morning,

Below are today's tasks - enjoy!  I will see you at 1.00pm for our English lesson.

 

Tuesday 12th  January

Arithmetic

Go to the Corbett Maths site and choose your level of challenge bronze, silver, gold or platinum.

https://corbettmathsprimary.com/5-a-day/

Alternatively, if your times tables are not up to speed, play hit the button at

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Spelling and Grammar

Please look at this week’s spelling words, which are all linked to our topic.  Take some time to learn them as they will be useful in the next few weeks.

If you’re still unsure about the able/ible rule from last week and last term, you can complete lesson 2 at this site:

https://classroom.thenational.academy/units/suffixes-ible-able-fcac?from_query=able+ible

Website lesson Science

 

Science:  Describing properties of materials

To begin, watch this short clip giving an overview of why different materials are used for different jobs, depending on their properties.

How to identify materials - BBC Bitesize

Look at the attached resource – definition sort.

There are 10 words and 10 definitions – can you match them up correctly? If there are some words you are unsure of, remember you could look them up on the internet.

Now spend some time looking around your house – can you find an example of a material for each one of the 10 words you just found the meaning of? You could use the attached resource ‘materials around the home’, or create your own table on paper (see the picture below for an example).

Website lesson

Maths

Please visit the Mathletics website and complete the tasks you have been set. Remember if you are accessing Mathletics on a tablet or phone, you will need to download the free app from the App store.

This week’s tasks are based on the ‘live’ lessons from last week.  Remember, you can hit the ‘i’ (information) button if you need any support or reminders.

On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, we will be setting an optional outdoor maths challenge of the day. Here is today’s task:

 

Measure the boundaries of your garden. Calculate its area. Your site may be square, rectangular or another shape. What different calculations might you need to use to calculate the site’s area?

 

Live lesson

English

We will see you at 1.00pm via Zoom for today’s lesson.  Make sure you have your equipment ready.  You may want to print a copy of the ‘Magpie Sheet’ from the website, or just have a piece of A4 handy to make notes for future reference.  You’ll also need your book to write in.

Monday 11th January

Good morning Red Kites,

 

Well done for all of your hard work last week.  Below are the tasks for you to complete today.  I will see you at 1.00pm for our live lesson!

Monday  11th January

Arithmetic

Go to the Corbett Maths site and choose your level of challenge bronze, silver, gold or platinum.

https://corbettmathsprimary.com/5-a-day/

Alternatively, if your times tables are not up to speed, play hit the button at

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

Spelling and Grammar

Revisit the website below and complete the lesson about relative clauses.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/units/t1-sentence-level-objectives-1343

Website lesson ICT

 

On Friday in your art activity, you looked at some of the WW2 aircrafts.

Using an internet search engine, research the different aircrafts/ships/tanks that were used during WW2. These can be from any of the countries involved in WW2.

If you have access to PowerPoint or Word, you could present your research on here. Alternatively, you could make a poster/leaflet on paper.

Below are some links that you may find useful.

World War II for Kids: WW2 Aircraft (ducksters.com) 

 (At the bottom of this page is a ‘play’ button, where a recording of the information will be read to you)

Aircraft in World War Two - History for Kids

 

Machines of the military - BBC Teach

 (A video clip)

Website lesson

Maths

Please visit the Mathletics website and complete the tasks you have been set. Remember if you are accessing Mathletics on a tablet or phone, you will need to download the free app from the App store.

This week’s tasks are based on the ‘live’ lessons from last week.  Remember, you can hit the ‘i’ (information) button if you need any support or reminders.

Live lesson

English - Reading

I will see you at 1.00pm via Zoom for today’s lesson.  Make sure you have your equipment ready and try to change the screen name to your name.  Ideally, you should have read chapters 1 and 2 of our book (but don’t panic if you haven’t!)  Below there is a ‘Reading Question Support1’ document.  You will need this AFTER our lesson (on screen will be fine).

Reading

Please read to the end of Chapter 3 of Goodnight Mister Tom by next Monday.  If you finish, read your own reading book.  Try to read every day – 30 minutes is ideal, but every minute counts!  Remember, you can also listen to the audio version of the book here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQHo64zlC2X6S1Lr0tZSwMwKFLr5u8gKp#

Message from Mr Gale

Hi Red Kites

Apologies for the technical issues today - I think my computer was having a bad day! Hopefully it will work better next week, but I hope you managed to hear me better when I used a new laptop!

As I said in the lesson just now, we have found an audio version of Goodnight Mister Tom if you want to listen to the occasional chapter, to support your reading. It can be found here.

Have a good weekend. Remember to get some exercise and fresh air!

See you next week!

Friday 8th January 

 

Hello Red Kites

 

Well done for reaching the end of your first week of 'remote learning'! We know it's not the same as being in school with all your friends and teachers, but we hope that the live lessons have made you feel a bit more connected with each other, as well as kept you motivated with your learning.

 

I'll see you on Zoom at 1pm for our maths lesson. In the meantime, have a go at the other tasks below, as well as catching up on any activities you may not have completed from earlier in the week.

 

The resources for each lesson are below the table.

 

See you later on, and have a good weekend when it arrives.

Mr Gale laugh

 

Arithmetic

Go to the Corbett Maths site and choose your level of challenge bronze, silver, gold or platinum.

https://corbettmathsprimary.com/5-a-day/

Spelling and Grammar

Please visit the following website, and complete lesson 1, ‘To Explore Complex Sentences’ You will need to watch the video and complete the tasks as the teacher sets them. Please work in your homework books. 

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-explore-complex-sentences-65j30c  

Website lesson

English

LO: Create a wartime vocabulary glossary

Today you are going to create a glossary for some of the vocabulary used in the model text.  For each word you need to:

a. Find it in the text and read it in context.  What word class is the word? Do you already know the meaning or can you work it out?

b. Check the definition using a dictionary (online is fine) and write a definition.

c. Use the word in a (high quality) sentence of your own. As an extra challenge, can you use some of the words in two different ways?

This task should take you approximately 45 minutes.  If you haven’t finished all of the words in that time, don’t worry (as long as you worked hard!) If you finish more quickly and have already used some of the words in two different ways, then try and find some more ambitious vocabulary to add to the list – it will come in useful for the rest of this unit.

 

Words: ration, utmost, crucial, adhered, rigidly, restriction, imperative, ensure, diverted, munitions, weaponry, invasion, propaganda, appeasement, evacuee, allies

 

The first has been done for you as an example:

Ration (noun/verb): a fixed amount of a commodity or item allowed during a time of shortage, such as a war.

Because her ration of butter was small, she hadn't enough to bake a cake. (noun)

“We must ration for the good of the country,” his mother explained. (verb)

Website lesson

Art: WW2 aircrafts

Look through the slideshow, which goes through several different techniques for sketching. On paper, have a go at some of the skills they suggest.

Choose one of the aircrafts to have a go at sketching yourself. It’s up to you what sketching techniques you use. If you like the ‘grid’ method for sketching, use the attached resource.

Live lesson

We will see you at 1.00pm via Zoom for today’s Maths lesson.  Make sure you have your equipment ready. You will need some paper and a pencil to do your work with. Wait until the end of the lesson before attempting the tasks below.

Reading

Either carry on reading chapters 1 and 2 of Goodnight Mister Tom, or spend 30 minutes reading a book of your choice.

 

Thursday 7th January

 

Hello Red Kites!

I hope you are having a good week so far. Well done to you all for making a positive start and joining in with the Zoom lessons. I'm looking forward to seeing you all at 1pm for our first Zoom maths lesson.

Fingers crossed I can get the technology to work! Your tasks for the rest of the day are below.

See you later on.

Mr Gale smiley

Arithmetic

Go to the Corbett Maths site and choose your level of challenge bronze, silver, gold or platinum.

https://corbettmathsprimary.com/5-a-day/

Website lesson

Topic!

LO: To share what you already know about WW2 and understand some of the causes of WW2.

Our topic this term is World War 2. We will be learning all about the causes of WW2, key people and significant events that happened between during the war (1939-1945).

For today’s tasks, we would like you to do the following:

 

Activity 1

First we would like you to create a brainstorm about everything you know about WW2 already. You can add to this as we move through the topic, so don’t worry if there are lots of gaps in your knowledge – we will soon learn lots together! In the centre of a large piece of paper, write WW2 in a bubble. Around the edge of the bubble, record what know. You might want to think about:

  • The countries that were involved in the war (were they Allies or Axis countries?)
  • Key people
  • Significant events
  • Important machinery / aircraft that were used
  • What happened to children during WW2

 

Activity 2

After you have created your brainstorm, please read through the ‘Facts about WW2’ sheet (below), then answer the following questions in your book in full sentences, maintaining high standards of presentation.

  1. What date did WW2 start?
  2. Who was Adolf Hitler?
  3. Which country did Germany invade to cause the start of the war?
  4. What is a swastika?
  5. What did the Nazis believe?
  6. Was Germany part of the Axis or Allies?
  7. Name three countries that were part of the Allies.
  8. Who was Winston Churchill?
  9. Which country swapped sides in 1943 from the Axis to the Allies?
  10. What does VE day mean?
  11. Who won the war: the Axis or the Allies?

 

Next week, we will look in more details at the countries who were involved in WW2.

Website lesson

English

LO: Demonstrate an understanding of a formal persuasive text

Today you are going to answer some questions about the model text to make sure that you know it really well.  Each question will have a numbers of marks next to it to give you an idea of how much detail we expect in your answer.  Some of the questions will be literal, others will ask for your opinion (which you will have to justify).

1. On what date does clothing rationing start? (1)

2. What does ‘crucial’ mean? (1)

3. From what age are children’s clothes rationed? (1)

4. Why won’t infants’ clothes be rationed? (1)

5. How will cloth be saved? (1)

6. What design features will be limited? (2)

7. How much money will be saved? (1)

8. What does ‘diverted’ mean? (1)

9.  What is the other advantage of rationing clothing? (2)

10.  Find and copy 3 phrases that show the formal tone of this text. (3)

11. Find and copy 3 phrases that show the persuasive nature of this text. (3)

12. How effectively does this text inform and persuade its audience? Justify your answer with examples from the text? (3)

e.g. I think that the text informs well because…    I don’t think that the persuasion is particularly effective because…

 

Challenge: Have a look at the examples of speeches on the PDF document.  Which do you think is the best and why? How does it compare to the model text? How does it compare to Boris Johnson’s recent speech where he INFORMED us of the new Covid restrictions and PERSUADED us that it was the right course of action?

Live lesson

We will see you at 1.00pm via Zoom for today’s lesson.  Make sure you have your equipment ready. You will need a pencil, some paper and your brains. The resources and activities are below, please don't do the tasks until after the Zoom lesson!

This website may also be useful as a recap:

https://corbettmathsprimary.com/2018/07/16/ordering-decimals-video/ 

Reading

By Monday, you need to have read all of Chapter 1 and Chapter 2 of Goodnight Mister Tom.  Pace your reading to suit you: if read the chapters quite quickly, move on to your own reading book.

 

Wednesday 6th January

 

Good morning,

It was great to see so many of you during our live lesson.  We felt that despite a few teething issues, it went well and most of you were both patient and hardworking.  Well done.  Below are today's tasks and I look forward to seeing you again later.

Wednesday 6th January

Arithmetic

Go to the Corbett Maths site and choose your level of challenge bronze, silver, gold or platinum.

https://corbettmathsprimary.com/5-a-day/

Spelling and Grammar

Please visit the following website, and complete lesson 1, ‘To Explore Simple and Compound Sentences’ You will need to watch the video and complete the tasks as the teacher sets them. Please work in your homework books. 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/units/t1-sentence-level-objectives-1343

 

Website lesson

Jigsaw

We are starting a new unit in Jigsaw:  Dreams and Goals

 

Finish the sentence:

‘If I won lots of money my dream would be...’

Discuss with someone at home if you can, if not, jot down your own thoughts and ideas.

Consider if any of your dreams could be fulfilled without having money.

What dreams might we have that do not involve money?

Or do most of our dreams rely on us having enough money to make them come true?

 

Can you list 15 different jobs/careers that people may have?

Now consider:

What are your dreams for the future?

What would you like your life to be like when you are grown up?

What might you be able to do that you can’t do now?

 

Draw or list any of your dreams for the future. Maybe draw yourself achieving this dream. Think about what you need to do in order to achieve these dreams. Are there any obstacles/barriers you will need to overcome?

Website lesson

Please visit the Mathletics website and complete the tasks you have been set. Remember if you are accessing Mathletics on a tablet or phone, you will need to download the free app from the App store.

The tasks for this week are revising the areas of maths we completed last term.

If your score at the end of each page is lower than you might have hoped, please revise the topic and have another go. If the opposite happens and you whizz through the work and score highly, please have a go at some of the problem solving tasks on there.

Next week’s work will be based on the ‘live’ maths lessons you will have tomorrow and Friday, when we will be learning more about decimals.

Live lesson

We will see you at 1.00pm via Zoom for today’s lesson.  Make sure you have your equipment ready.  There are copies of the model text and mark sheet on the website which you can print if you are able (but it will be fine if you don’t).

Reading

Please read to the end of Chapter 1 of Goodnight Mister Tom.  There is a PDF copy of the novel attached if you need it (do NOT print it, as it is over 200 pages long!)  You are welcome to read alone or with an adult.  You should read for around 30 minutes.

Tuesday 5th January

 

Good Morning Red Kites,

Happy New Year! We hope that you had a lovely, restful holiday and are now ready to tackle your remote learning with gusto!  We will see you from 1.00-1.45pm for our live lesson.  You will need a pen or pencil, your homework book to write in and some paper or a whiteboard to take any notes or make jottings on.  Make sure that you’ve been to the toilet and have somewhere quiet to work that will enable you to concentrate.

The table below details the work that we would like you to complete today. A similar table will be uploaded each day.  Remember, work to the best of your ability: don’t rush through the tasks, but equally try to do as much as you can.  Take regular breaks but make sure you focus and work on each task for a suitable period of time. If you need to adapt work to suit you, please do so.

You will also see that we have uploaded this term’s spelling list, copies of the high frequency words and Y3-4 spellings lists as well as this term's homework grid and topic web.

Good luck – we’ll see you later!

Mrs Dowling and Mr Gale

Tuesday 5th January

Arithmetic

Go to the Corbett Maths site and choose your level of challenge bronze, silver, gold or platinum.

https://corbettmathsprimary.com/5-a-day/

Spelling and Grammar

This term’s spelling grids have been uploaded.  Check that you know the meaning of each word and its word class.  Can you use each word in a sentence? Once you are confident that you know the meaning of each word, start to learn the spelling. There is a lesson on ible/able spellings here:

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-investigate-suffixes-able-and-ible-69h6at

Website lesson: Maths

Log in to your Mathletics account and complete the activities.

Website lesson: Science

 

This term we are starting a new unit: Properties of materials and changes of state.

 

In our first session, we are looking at the three states of matter.

Watch this video as a reminder.

Make sure you read the key facts about solids, liquids and gases which are below the video.

What are the states of matter? - BBC Bitesize

This video explains how the behaviour of the particles in each state.

The behaviour of particles in solids, liquids and gases - KS2 Science - BBC Bitesize               

Activities: (If you are unable to print, just complete on paper)

 

See the attached ‘solid, liquids, gases sort task’. Can you sort the materials into 3 columns? Solid, liquid and gas.

 

See the attached ‘science glossary’. These are some of the words we will be using during the unit. Using the internet, can you find the meaning of the words?

 

Live lesson

English

We will see you at 1.00pm via Zoom for today’s lesson.  Make sure you have your equipment ready.

 

Home learning due to Covid-19 isolation

 

If your child is isolating at any point, please refer to the class' current home learning grids and spelling lists below for home learning tasks. In addition, your child should log in to Mathletics and complete the tasks they have set on there. They should also be reading and discussing what they have read with an adult on a daily basis.

Red Kites art work inspired by Andy Goldsworthy, November 2020

Archive

Please see below for past home learning grids / activities / resources.

Welcome to the new year, Red Kites!

 

Below are copies of the work that has been set in your homework book. You have:

- a spelling sheet - you will work on these words in school, but also practise them at home.

- a homework grid - choose a task to complete each week.

- a reading record - complete it each time you finish a book and see how many of the challenges you can complete this year.

- multiplication wheels - you can use these or any other methods that you like to practise your times tables at home each week. Feel free to work with a family member or play a game to help you. Are you up to 3 second recall yet?  

- your Mathletics logins have been sent home and you should log on each week to see what work has been set.  Feel free to play maths games once you've finished your assigned task.

 

If for some reason you are unable to come to school, please use these as a basis for your work.  Be original and work to the best of your ability.  For example, you could:

- write out your spellings in super sentences in your best handwriting.

- review a book from your reading challenge.

- choose a task from the homework grid and take the time to plan, produce, edit and publish to a very high quality.

 

Keep up the good work, wherever you are!

Mrs Doran, Mrs Dowling and Mr Gale smiley

 

Please visit our 'COVID19 Information Page' which can be found in the 'Key Information' area of our website.
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