And so another week closes to an end, another topic web completed and another week of stunning weather! What will next week bring? Here is the home learning for next week. Please remember to complete whatever you can - we fully understand that things are beginning to get a bit hard for the children (and for you!) therefore just complete what you can.
Literacy BBC Bitesize:
Monday - reading and understanding texts
Tuesday - enjoying reading
Wednesday - national writing day
Thursday - creating characters
Friday - A midsummer night's dream
Literacy Hamilton Trust:
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Icarus PPT
Whiterose Maths (videos online and worksheets below):
Monday Monday Answers
Tuesday Tuesday Answers
Wednesday Wednesday Answers
Thursday Thursday Answers
Friday - have a go at the Friday challenge set for this week - it will be added to the white rose website during the week.
All BBC bitesize maths lessons (I believe) go hand in hand with the white rose lessons therefore if you wish for extra/alternative activities, please look here.
Our new topic of study will be 'our dramatic weather including natural disasters'. This, again, will span over two weeks.
KS2 Natural Disasters
KS1 Our Dramatic Weather
We all hope that you have a fantastic weekend!
Mrs Peters, Miss Chalcraft, Mrs Glover and Miss Rowe
Regena has spotted this fabulous looking boat in the sea. Can any of you name the type of boat she has spotted? Let me know if you think you know the answer. I'm sure lots of you have become boat experts after all of the learning you have done over the last 2 weeks.
If you're not too sure, keep an eye out on the blog later and I will reveal the answer!
It was of course... a dredge boat!
Gosh, I have had one of the most exciting emails through to me....our very own Mirabelle got picked to star and sing in a special lockdown song written by composer Thomas Johnson called 'When all this is over'. She was asked to send in ideas for lyrics and some of the lyrics in the song were inspired by Mirabelle! The video is stunning and brought several tears to my eyes. Click here to get to the video.
Not only did Mirabelle get picked for the song, she was also the youngest and has been asked to be interviewed with one other singer and Thomas Johnson on Radio Devon this Thursday at 11.30am. I know I'll be tuning in!
Well done Mirabelle, we are all so proud of you!
Click here for further information about the song and watch this space as I also believe Mirabelle has been asked to perform the song in the Northcott Theatre in the future!
Gosh, how is it Friday already! Hope you all have a fabulous weekend - don't forget to celebrate Father's Day (or special person day) on Sunday!
Here is the home learning for next week:
Monday - exploring poetry
Tuesday - sound words
Wednesday - nonsense poetry
Thursday - alliteration
Friday - Slime by David Walliams
Alternative Literacy (Hamilton unit):
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Don't forget to have a go at a big write on Friday!
Friday - can you draw a house which has at least 5 sets of parallel lines and 5 sets of perpendicular lines? Think outside the box though and don't just include these on windows and doors! You could colour coordinate the lines by using a key too. We're looking forward to seeing your houses!
This week is the second week of your 'Boats' themed Topic Web. We shall also be in touch soon for another zoom meeting!
Have a great weekend!
Mrs Peters, Miss Chalcraft, Miss Rowe and Mrs Glover
Good morning Year 3,
I hope you had a wonderful weekend and a great start to the week with our new, fabulous boats topic.
A little activity you may like to have a go at if you find time this week is making a Viking Longboat. Here are some pictures to inspire you or you could try the paper model template attached here.
Don't forget to drop me an email with any work or just to let me know how you are doing. I really do love to hear all about what you've been up to.
Have a great day.