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Home Learning

 

This area of our website will support children to continue their learning during periods of school closure.

 

During short periods of when learning moves online such as the closure of a bubble, each class has a section below with a week's worth of home learning for children to complete. There is a reading, English and Maths task for each day along with some creative and topic based work. We have also included some links to learning based internet sites and apps that your children can access to further support their learning.

 

This would also be a super chance to do some baking, gardening, active or creative activities together at home. If you are doing anything fun do let us know by ask your child to take photos and send an email to the office sharing what they have been up to. We might even share what you have been up to on the class web page!

 

In the event that school is closed for more than 1 week, additional work will uploaded on Monday mornings for the next week.  

 

It is important to keep up with as many 'normal' activities and routines as we can.  If at all possible, children should keep in contact with their friends (with parental guidance) via face time, messaging or phone calls. If possible walks and park visits should still be on the agenda but please ensure social distancing and self-isolation guidance is followed.

 

 

In the event of a longer or extended national lockdown home learning will be delivered via Google Classroom. 
For all letters sent to parents and carers regarding home learning, Google Classrooms and updates regarding school provision, please click on the link below.

Barn Owls Home learning

6th-8th Jan

 

Please click on the link below daily to access Read Write Inc speed sounds phonics lessons.

Yr R – Please find the set 1speed sound lesson of the day for your child.

Yr 1 – Please find the set 3 speed sound lesson of the day for your child.

Ruth Miskin Training - YouTube

English

Wednesday

Yr. R – can you make a list of your favourite Christmas presents and draw a picture?

Yr. 1 – Can you write about your favourite Christmas present? Can you include two adjectives to describe?  

Thursday

Yr. R - Can you match the picture to the word?

Yr. 1 – What is a verb PowerPoint?

Friday

Yr. R – Can you read your favourite story with an adult?

Yr.1 – Can you fill in the missing verbs?

 

Maths

Wednesday

Yr R – The Three Billy goats counting sheet

Yr 1- Part, part whole to 10

 

Thursday

Yr R – Can you find all the different ways to make 5?

Yr 1 - Number bonds to 10 presentation – Can you complete the number sentences?

Friday

Yr R - Can you add the dinosaurs together and write the total amount?

Yr 1 - Can you complete the addition and subtraction worksheet?

 

Topic based / cross curricular learning tasks

Task 1

  • Some animals live in cold places around the world. Can you draw a picture of an animal that lives in a cold place and find out a fact to share with the class?

Task 2

  • Research the word ‘hibernation’.
  • Yr R – draw a picture of an animal that hibernates
  • Yr 1 - write a sentence describing what the word ‘hibernation’ means.  Draw a picture of an animal that falls under that category.
Website suggestions for your topic work
Tawny Owls 

Tawny Owls Home learning

6th-8th Jan

 

Please click on the link below daily to access Read Write Inc speed sounds phonics lessons.

Yr 2 – Please find the set 3 speed sound lesson of the day for your child.

Ruth Miskin Training - YouTube

Year 3 – Please complete the comprehension activity

English

Wednesday

Yr. 2 and 3 – Please write the story that you can about what you did not do over the Christmas holidays. 

Thursday

Yr. 2 and 3

Please choose 15 nouns.

Now can you find a 3a sentence to use with those nouns?  (A 3a sentence is one with 3 adjectives)

Friday

Yr. 2 and 3 

Please can you write a book review of your favourite book that you have read over the Christmas holidays.  Can you draw a picture of your favourite part of the story?

Maths

Wednesday

Yr 2 – Please complete the addition and subtraction booklet

Yr 3 -  Please complete the workbook using the column method of addition

 

Thursday

 

Yr 2 – Please complete the addition and subtraction booklet

Yr 3 -  Please complete the workbook using the column method of addition.  .  If you have finished this, please complete the subtraction questions. 

 

Friday

Yr 2 – Please complete the addition and subtraction booklet

Yr 3 -  Please complete the workbook using the column method of addition.  If you have finished this, please complete the subtraction questions. 

 

 

Topic based / cross curricular learning tasks

Task 1

  • Can you write down 10 facts about the invasion of Britain by the Romans?

Task 2

  • Can you draw a picture of a Roman soldier and label his armour?

History - Roman Britain 

 

  1. Please find out as many facts as you can about the invasion of Britain by the Romans.  See if you can find ten! 
  2. Can you then draw a picture of a Roman soldier and label his armour?

English 

 

I know that you have all had a wonderful Christmas with you families doing lots of fun things.

 

For our English task this week, please write about something you DIDN’T do over the Christmas Holidays!  For example, I didn’t get on a rocket and fly into space.  If I had done I would……..

 

Please use as adjectives, adverbs and remember your punctuation!   What type of punctuation can you use?

 

Can you draw a picture to illustrate your writing ?

Nouns

 

Yr. 2 and 3

 

Please choose 15 nouns. Please use the noun mat below to get you started.

 

Now can you find a 3a sentence to use with those nouns?  (A 3a sentence is one with 3 adjectives)

Snowy Owls 

Home learning – Snowy Owl Class 6 th – 8 th Jan

 

English

 

Wednesday

 

Fronted adverbials independent writing – describe the picture using fronted adverbials in your description. There are some examples to help you on the sheet.

 

Thursday

 

Using onomatopoeia. Onomatopoeia – a word that phonetically imitates, resembles, or suggests the sound that it describes. Use the sheet to create some of your own examples of onomatopoeia.

 

Friday

 

Potion poetry challenge – try and create a poem using rhyming couplets using the extracts from George’s Marvellous Medicine and Macbeth.

 

Maths

 

Wednesday and Thursday

 

Consolidate our previous unit of maths – length and perimeter by completing the booklet containing fluency, reasoning and problem-solving questions.

 

Friday

 

Revise the principles of rounding to 10, 100 and 1,000 in preparation for our next topic.

 

Topic based / cross curricular learning tasks

 

Wednesday to Friday RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch mini project.

 

Wednesday to Friday Choose your favourite song to share with the class next week and think of how to explain why you like it so much.

Eagle Owls 

Eagle Owls Home Learning Owls January 6th - 8th

Wednesday 

 

Stone Age Tools reading comprehension 

 

Year 5 Fractions (day 1) 

 

Year 6 Fractions (day 1)

 

Pobble Creative Writing Sheet (1-2 tasks)

 

Thursday 

 

Stone Henge reading comprehension 

 

Year 5 Fractions (day 2)

 

Year 6 Fractions (day 2)

 

Maths - Division and Times Table Challenge 

 

Pobble Creative Writing Sheet (1-2 tasks)

 

Friday

 

Boy Hunted reading comprehension 

 

Reasoning with Fractions 

 

Art BBC Bitesize 

 

Home learning gallery or what we have been up to !

E-learning links 

Physical Activity 

 

Physical activity and regular exercise improve our health, make us feel better and give us more energy. In this time of increasing restrictions on our movement, it is still crucial we are still active.

 

Being active also releases natural endorphins that make us feel much happy. It also tires the children out and some peace and quiet may ensue (not guaranteed!). 

 

There are many ways we can keep fit at home with no equipment. For example, YouTube has a plethora of content - obviously, please supervise the children while they are using this platform. These are some of our favourite sites, the children (and you!) can literally just follow them - click, play and workout smiley

Core subjects - Maths, English and Science
Handwriting support 
Foundation subjects - History, Art, DT, Geography, Music and French  

BBC Learning 

 

A fantastic resource from the BBC. All subjects are covered and there is a range of games, videos, interviews and activities to suit all.

 

Have an explore ! 

Just for fun 

Some suggestions from Mrs Morin to keep you busy!

Well-being and online safety

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