Below is a summary of some of the lessons that we will be completing at school. Complete the ones that you feel are appropriate.
Moving on up!
Thursday 15th July 2020
Hello everyone! Welcome to the final day of learning online.
For English today, we would like you to complete your information leaflets. A successful class is one that works together. To work together successfully we need to think of the values that we must share as a class. This is what we would like your final section to be about.
You will continue to work on making equal groups for your maths session today. Instead of doing this by sharing you will be grouping. Before you begin, have your worksheet (from below) and pencil ready. Remember you can either print the worksheet or copy it by hand.
In your handwriting session, you will be practising the first of the 'zigzag' letters which is lowercase letter v. Remember the phrase is there to help you with forming the letter correctly. From 9.30am onwards access your phonics and spelling sessions by clicking the link within the PowerPoint.
Log on to Purple Mash to read chapter four of this week's story and to complete the comprehension task.
For your final activity, we would like you to complete the 'Transition Day' booklet. The final section is for you to complete when you know who your teacher will be in September so keep it in a safe place.
Today is the last day of term for most of you! A massive 'well done' to all of you for staying strong and carrying on during the past months. Whatever you do, we hope you have a wonderful holiday and look forward to seeing you again in school in September.
We wish you every success for next year.
Fun in the sun
Thursday 9th July 2020
For English today, you will be learning about how to stay safe at the beach. You will then write key information on to your leaflet. Once you have done that draw a picture to go with this section.
You will be counting in 10 pence coins for your maths session. Follow the slides and answer the questions on the worksheet below. Remember, you can print, copy by hand or complete the sheet on your screen.
In your handwriting session you will be practising the last 'down' letter which is lowercase letter y. Letter y is similar to letter u because it starts in the same place but instead of a flick at the end, y has a tail that goes below the line. Don't forget to complete your phonics and spelling sessions from 9.30 am onwards. The link is within the PowerPoint.
Log on to Purple Mash for chapter four of this week's book and the comprehension activity that goes with it.
Next, we would like you to read the story about growing cress 'Sam's Seeds'. Once you have done that, either draw or print the pictures from the slide and sequence them correctly. Write about what happens in each stage of the growing process. If you want and you can get some cress seeds, have a go at growing your own.
We would like you to take part in a national competition for designing a badge to say thank you to all of those unsung heroes who have helped the country throughout the past months. Follow the slides where you will find details of things to remember when designing your badge. Once you have designed your badge, take a clear picture of it and upload it as a file to our Purple Mash blog.
Today's story from around the world is from Brazil. We hope you enjoy listening to it. To access it, follow the link within the PowerPoint.
Have a super day everybody!
Find your brave
Thursday 2nd July 2020
Hi everyone! We hope you are having a good week at home.
For English, your task is to write to Beegu to let her know that you haven't forgotten her and to tell her about your school day. Remember she does not speak English so you will have to use the language she understands. Follow the slides on the PowerPoint for an example of a letter written in Beegu's language.
In maths, you will be learning about adding equal groups. Remind yourself what the word 'equal' means as it is an important part of the session. Print or make your own worksheet (below) and have it ready before you start.
In your handwriting session, you will be practising lowercase letter m which is the next 'down' letter. From 9.30am onwards you can complete your phonics and spelling session. Remember to choose the same sets for both spelling and phonics.
Log in to Purple Mash for chapter four of this week's book. You will also find comprehension activities for you to complete.
You should have designed and made a friend for Beegu and a rocket by now. If you haven't finished yet, work on completing these first. Once you have done this, you can use your models to role play.
Have fun playing with your models and remember you can post pictures on our class blog.
Thursday 25th June 2020
Happy Thursday, everybody!
Today's English session is for you to finish writing your letter to your superhero. Remember to check that you have correct punctuation for every sentence and that you have spelt your year 1 and 2 Common Exception words correctly.
For maths today you will be comparing number sentences using the phrases 'less than', 'greater than' and 'equal to'. There are mathematical symbols for these 3 phrases which you can have a go at using in the challenge questions.
Lowercase letter k is the letter you will practise forming for handwriting. Continue with your phonics and spelling sessions from 9.30am onwards by following the link on the PowerPoint. Log into Purple Mash to complete your reading comprehension activities.
By now, for art, you should have at least four puppets and the storyboard for your scene ready. Today, we would like you to work on recording your scene using your puppets. Remember you can do this using the video function on a phone, tablet etc. or on an app such as Puppet Pals.
The weather forecast for tomorrow shows that it will be another very hot day. Enjoy the sun but remember to have fun safely. Some of the ways you can keep safe in the sun are by drinking plenty of water throughout the day, wearing a sunhat and sunglasses and using sun spray.
Thursday 18th June 2020
Hi everyone! We hope you are doing well and staying safe.
'Crick Crack Crocodile' is the name of the poem you will listen to as part of the starter for English today. You will then move on to thinking about violet-coloured things so that you can write the final line of your poem. Once you have finished writing and colouring, you can decorate the clouds at each end of the rainbow.
For today's maths session, you will need your number cards and an adult to challenge you on number fact questions, just like you have been doing for the past few days. Don't forget Mrs Peita-Read's video for different ideas that your adult could use when they challenge you. You will also need a number line, which you could make yourself. The focus of maths today is adding more by counting on. There is a worksheet to complete which you can copy if you do not have a printer at home.
The phonics and handwriting PowerPoint has the link for today's sessions for phonics and spelling. Continue with the set that you have been working on this week. For handwriting, you will move on to practising the 'down' letters beginning with l. "Down the long leg." is the phrase that you could say as you practise.
You wouldn't believe it but for your science session today, you will need a bag of sweets! Yes, sweets! Skittles to be precise. Unfortunately they are not for you to eat but to use in an experiment. You will also need some warm water so it is important that you complete the task with an adult who can warm and pour the water safely for you.
The focus of today's 'HUK Back to School' session is worries. Worries can be experienced when we go through a change. In today's session, you will be reflecting on any worries that you may have and what you can do about them. There is a task for you to do with a template (on the final slide) which you can copy or print.
On Purple Mash you will find the daily reading and comprehension task so don't forget to logon and complete that also.
It would be great to see pictures of the work you have done on our class blog on Purple Mash.
Have fun learning
Thursday 11th June 2020
We hope that you are having an enjoyable week learning at home. In today’s maths lesson, we want you to keep thinking about the 2 metre rule. Whilst you are at home, you and an adult could research some games that you can play whilst being 2 metres apart. You could also make up some games yourself and share them with us when you come back to school. Afterwards, we would like you to do some measuring so you could print the worksheet underneath. If you do not have access to a printer, you could measure the length or height of some objects around your house using a ruler. If you do not have a ruler to hand, look for an app in GooglePlay or AppleStore.
Yesterday, you practised washing your hands correctly. Today, we want you to create a poster showing everyone how to do it just as well as you can. Once you have finished, put your poster up in your kitchen or bathroom to remind everyone how to wash their hands properly.
Then, follow the PowerPoint to practise writing the letter '0.' Whilst you write it, you could say aloud ‘all around the orange.’
If you want to, you could draw a pair of glasses. In one lens, you can draw things that are the same. In the other one, you can draw things that are different. Talk to an adult about change.
If you want to say hi to one of your friends who are learning in school, log into our blog! Have a good day! J
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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