Dear parents,The home learning for tomorrow is detailed below.
Many of you have contacted me to let you me know that you will be unable or unwilling to complete the home learning with your children. However, as an equal number of parents have requested work for tomorrow, I am providing it.
Parents may decide whether or not they wish for their children to use the materials,
Please watch any videos associated with the lessons, complete any work on paper and bring it into school with you on Thursday.
Year R – separate plans emailed from Mrs Culverhouse and displayed on class blog page.
What is an explorer?
The Great Fire of London
Why was Alexander so great?
The arrival of the Anglo Saxons
What are the Earth’s Biomes?
Population: Lesson 5: What challenges do people face living in slums?
Telling the time (These lessons only or continue and watch more if you’d like to)
Naming and ordering the months of the year
Identifying quarter past on an analogue clock
Understanding that clocks have more than one scale
Reading analogue and digital 12-hour clocks
Decimals, Lesson 2: Place Value - Integers and Decimals
Complete Worksheet (handed out in class)
Year 1 and Year 2 – How butterflies came to be
Listen and respond to a story
Grammar Practice (First lessons only or continue and watch more if you’d like to)
English Grammar lesson units for Year 3 students - Oak National Academy (thenational.academy)
English Grammar lesson units for Year 4 students - Oak National Academy (thenational.academy)
English Grammar lesson units for Year 5 students - Oak National Academy (thenational.academy)
T2: Word level objectives: Develop Knowledge of Determiners
Silent Letters, To investigate Silent letters
Imagine you have entered the English version of Camp Green Lake, write a chapter introducing some of your fellow campmates and the counsellors.
Home Learning for Year R
Please see below links and activities for home learning on Weds 1st Feb. Paper copies are in your child's book bag.