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With Mrs Franklin-Smith

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COVID-19/CORONAVIRUS – School is closed except for a very limited number of children. Please use the ideas listed below to complete learning at home. 

For support on setting rules at home, managing behaviour and children’s emotional health click here

Useful weblinks 

  • My Maths  https://www.mymaths.co.uk/ KS2 children each have a log in for this website where their class teachers set maths home learning. 
  • Y6 children can complete grammar learning on www.spag.com. Children also have individual log ins for this site which have been re-issued. 
  • Children can practise spellings on this website https://spellingframe.co.uk/. There are games and activities linked to spelling rules and set spelling words for different year groups. 
  • Twinkl is an educational website that provides a variety of worksheets, power points and other resources for all age ranges. They are offering parents one month FREE membership. Sign up here https://www.twinkl.co.uk/offer using the code CVDTWINKLHELPS. 
  • http://www.timestables.me.uk/ Children can practise quick recall of their times tables on this website.

Active 60 Minutes 

  • Remember to keep up your active 60 minutes a day! You can still complete your miles as outdoor exercise is permitted under government advice.
  • https://www.gonoodle.com/  This website has lots of exercises and fun dances to follow. You can sign up for free! 
  • https://imoves.com/the-imovement This website also has ideas for being active at home and information on how to keep healthy. 
  • Joe Wicks The Body Coach is leading PE on his youtube channel at 9am Monday-Friday. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ
  •  Try some Yoga for kids here 
  • Lots of ideas for active learning across the curriculum here 

 Home Learning Timetable

We have created a timetable that you can follow at home so that you spend your time constructively.

Download a PDF version of this timetable to print at home here.

RE – Easter 

  • Revisit the Easter story here 
  •  Create a story board of the main events of Jesus last days on Earth and his resurrection. 
  •  Write a diary entry as one of the disciples or Jesus.
  • Write an Easter prayer
  • Design a cross representing Jesus. 

Fairground Topic 

  • Design and make a mini fairground ride using recycled materials. 
  • Art work based on Fairground sign writing. 
  • Research the history of Fairgrounds in the UK. 
  • Research how fairground rides work eg. centrifugal force and create scientific diagrams. 
  • Design a promotional leaflet advertising a fairground.

Maths 

  • My maths homework. 
  •  This website has maths lessons for all year groups. There are videos & resources. They will be uploading five new lessons each week. 
  •  Third Space learning provide maths resources which we often use in class. They are offering parents the option to make their own accounts so you can access the resources. Click here to view a PDF explaining how to set up your account. You will need the School’s postcode which is SE23 2NE. 
  • Practise your times tables! 
  •  Have a go at this lesson on fractions, decimals and percentages. 
  •  Have a go at this lesson on creating graphs & charts. 

Literacy 

  •  For ideas on creative writing and videos to use as inspiration for stories, visit The Literacy Shed. We have already used some of these in class such as the ‘Chimp Sent into Space’. 
  •  For access to thousands of free online books click here. Can you use one of the books as inspiration for your own writing? You could also write a book review of one of the stories or draw some illustrations.
  • Write a newspaper article based on current events. Can you create a whole newspaper? 
  • Research real life Highway Men based on the poem and make a poster, presentation or fact file.
  • Rewrite the story of the Highway Man as the highway man or Bess.

Here are some useful links for home learning in science!

https://www.stem.org.uk/home-learning

The widespread school closures have created new challenges for everyone supporting young people. STEM Learning is working hard to develop and roll out a range of materials, which we hope will help you.

Our subject experts have put together a selection of resources – all of which are completely free for everyone to access. Our subject experts are also available weekdays from 8:30am to 4.30pm via our webchat, which you can find in the bottom right hand corner of all our web pages.

https://www.foodafactoflife.org.uk/whole-school/remote-learning/

Resources focus on key food themes within curriculum areas, such as where food comes from, cooking, and healthy eating, but also offer a range of opportunities for cross-curricular (interdisaplinary) learning. Many resources and activities use food as a vehicle to provide engaging learning via subjects such as: numeracy, literacy, humanities, science, PSHE/health and wellbeing, D&T, religious education, and art.

https://www.worldwildlife.org/teaching-resources/

The ‘Wild’ classroom; get engaged in some activities with the WWF and use the class resources. You could also join in the weekly activities with the YouTube channel. On this page the WWF are posting different activities each day to help children learn to love nature! 

PSHE- Healthy Me

  • Research basic first aid. 
  • Research different careers in the NHS such as doctors, nurses, midwives etc. Find out what their job entails and how the virus might be impacting them. Design a thank you card or poster to one of them! 

Geography

  • Research locations in the British Isles. 
  • Draw maps and locate human and physical features such as settlements, rivers, mountains. 

Computing

  •  Coding activities and tutorials here with the ‘Hour of Code’. 
  •  More coding here on scratch. 
  •  E-Safety. Remember when you are completing learning online to follow the SMART approach. 

Online Safety – Balfour Junior Academy

General Ideas 

  • Research different types of trees and plants. Can you classify them by where they grow or their features? 
  • Plant some seeds and observe how they grow. 
  • Read as many books as you can. Write book reviews and design illustrations.