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Learning at Home

During the period where children may be expected to learn at home, each class page has provided you with either the work that has been set for your child, or a list of websites (which are specific to their year group) which can be used by your child whilst they have 3 hours of learning per day. To find your class page, you go on the children tab and click on class pages.

 

Below are a list of websites, which can provide you with additional support during this period.

RE Activity for week commencing 29th June 2020

Statues. In recent weeks, we have heard about how people are destroying statues in our towns as they feel they are disrespectful. Have a go at researching some well-known statues and drawing yourself in a statue pose!

Zoos have been closed for three months and finally reopened on Monday 15th June. Should they have opened earlier?

KSSP's SUPER 60 CHALLENGE! GET INVOLVED...

Imagine you could design your own home. What would it look like? Where would it be? What it be made from? Your task is to design your dream home. Label the diagram and share your ides with us.

Writing activites

 

Below, is a link to free Talk for Writing Home-school units. The units are age-related but please pick and choose what is right for each child. They all include a model text which is also available as a streamed audio recording. 

We look forward to seeing all the fantastic writing produced!

 

https://mailchi.mp/talk4writing/home-school-booklets 

Colonel Tom’s 100 challenge!

 

Well done to Luca who set himself a challenge of completing 100 ‘keep ups’ with his head using the balloons left over from celebrating his grandad’s 90th birthday last week! Sharnada has completed 100 star jumps for her Captain Tom challenge.  Well done Luca and Sharnada and we look forward to seeing what everyone else has been up to.

In school, we have been completing lots of different 100 challenges in celebration of Colonel Tom's 100th birthday. Children have been busy completing 100 skips, jumps, bounces of the ball and much more...

Reading

 

It is important that while your child is at home, they are reading every day. Below, you will find a link to the Oxford Owl website which offers a free eBook library with over 100 free books.

All eBooks are tablet-friendly. Simply sign up and register at the top of the website page to start reading. Please note that if you are a new user, you will not be able to access the eBooks until you have clicked the 'confirm' button in your account activation email.

 

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/ 

 

Also, each class page on the website will have eBooks suitable for that age range and we will keep adding comprehension activities so keep coming back and checking!

 

Storytime with David Walliams - click on the link below to listen to a free story everyday at 11am. 

 

https://www.worldofdavidwalliams.com/elevenses/ 

Purple mash blogs - Some teachers are starting to set up class blogs to communicate with you. Use the instructions below to have a look!

Learning at Home- Spanish

Below are a list of websites that children can use to practice their Spanish speaking, listening, reading and writing:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/zxsvr82

https://www.digitaldialects.com/Spanish.htm

https://rockalingua.com/games

https://www.spanish-games.net/

https://www.euroclub-schools.org/spanish-zone

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