We would like all the children to make a crown. These can be made out of paper, crocheted from wool, woven from twigs, or produced in any way you choose. There are lots of ideas for homemade crowns on the internet. The only rule is that the crowns must be homemade and not bought from a shop or online. Please bring your completed crowns to school on Friday 5th May.
Many of the activities below are from series of lessons which can be found at The Oak National Academy. If your child would like to carry and and complete further lessons in the series, then they may.
All Year R parents should have received an email from Mrs Culverhouse giving details of the activities to complete.
Tell instructions from memory
Adding equal groups
What is the difference between a vertebrate and invertebrate?
Year 2 will be taught in school. Please arrive at 8:40 in school uniform as usual. School dinners will be available and should be booked through your school gateway accounts.
English – Making a Monster Pizza - To devise ingredients for our monster pizza (thenational.academy)
Maths – Measure Problems - Solving problems using measures (thenational.academy)
French – In French, you have been learning about food, can you make a menu with some of your favourite foods?
Computing – Can you practice your coding skills using Scratch? - Scratch - Imagine, Program, Share (mit.edu)
Variables in programming
Explore complex sentences
Consolidating multiplication and division knowledge
Chemical reactions and how to identify them
The year 6 children will be working in 'SATs Bootcamp' as explained to them by Mrs Donovan.