Maths Home Learning Week 1

These are videos you can work through if your child is unable to attend school. They match the objectives covered in class this week.

Here are this week’s videos:
Monday: 1000s, 100s, 10s and 1s (Y4 recap) https://vimeo.com/452570090
Tuesday: Numbers to 10,000 https://vimeo.com/452570425
Wednesday: Rounding to the nearest 10 (Y4 recap) https://vimeo.com/452570761
Thursday: Rounding to the nearest 100(Y4 recap) https://vimeo.com/452570866
Friday: Rouding to 10, 100 and 1000 https://vimeo.com/452571114

Hello to our new Year 5!

Hello everyone,

I hope you’re all having a brilliant summer holiday and can’t wait to hear all about it.

I have been busy setting up our new ClassDojo page. Please follow this link https://www.classdojo.com/invite/?c=CN8MV73 to connect!

Any updates before the beginning of term will be posted on both the school website and on our Dojo page.

On your ClassDojo page, I have already set you something to do on your portfolio. See if you can find it and send me something back!

Thank You

It’s the end of the year!

Dear all,

I’m sure you’ll agree it feels very strange that the school year is over. This year has most certainly been one of the strangest many of us will ever experience. We will all have our own memories of lockdown and I hope you’ll be able to look back at some happy times (mine will be the arrival of Nansi!)

To the children…
You made school fun. Your excitement and smiley faces in the mornings could brighten up the darkest of days. You should all be very proud of how far you have come this year, both in your learning in school and at home.
I’m sorry we didn’t get to finish the year properly but my door will always be open to you; whether you have a problem or if you have done something amazing that you want to show me.

Parents….
Thank you for all your support this year. I already knew you were a hugely supportive group of parents before lockdown but the way so many of you have gone above and beyond since you have been learning from home has been amazing. Despite missing school, I know so many of the children have had positive experiences that they will treasure forever.

Finally…
I hope you all have a brilliant Summer and you can now get excited for starting Year 3 in September. The last few months have made us all realise what a special place school is and maybe how we take it for granted (myself included!) I’ll look forward to hearing all your stories when we return and can’t wait to see you all.

One last big thank you from me.
Have a great summer and stay safe.

Thursday 2nd July

Thursday 2nd July

Good morning everybody. Firstly, remember you can join us for our Zoom spelling test this morning at 9:30.

All Bitesize activities can be found here > https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/z7s22sg/year-2-and-p3-lessons

English: Putting words in alphabetical order. Learn how to place words in alphabetical order using the first, second and third letters. A very important skill for when we begin to use dictionaries!

Maths: Measuring in millilitres (Worksheet attached). Lesson 4 – Milliltres

German: Learn how to count to 10 and talk about food and drink in German.

Extras: New list on Spelling Shed is list 34 ‘contractions’. On Maths Shed, practice ‘Adding and subtracting 2 digits’

Wednesday 1st July

Good morning everybody! First of all, we have a Zoom chat at 11:15 this morning. Please note the later time as I’m working things around Nansi this morning and we’re on our own from 10 – 11! No need to prepare anything today, we’re going to play a guessing game based around this week’s maths work. I have some household items that you will try to guess the weight of in grams – closest guess wins! If you get time this morning, it might help you to have a go a weighing a few items yourselves if you haven’t already done so this week to help you with your guesses!

Today’s Bitesize activities….

English: Curly caterpillar letters, exclamation marks and a court appearance!
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z8cn2v4

Maths: Measuring capacity and volume (worksheet attached)

History: DINOSAURS! Watch the videos, complete the matching activity… you could also write your own information text about your favourite dinosaurs!

Spelling Shed – List 33 (words ending in -tion) – Zoom test tomorrow!
Maths Shed – Bonds to 100

Friday 26th June

Today’s activities can be found on BBC Bitesize https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/z7s22sg/year-2-and-p3-lessons

English option 1: Friday Book Club

English option 2: Write some descriptive sentences (as you did in yesterday’s work) about a character from the book you are currently reading.

Maths: Challenge Day

French: Food and drink

Extras: Practice this week’s spellings on Spelling Shed (words ending in -tion).
Use the words and put them in sentences or a short story.

Thursday 25th June

Thursday 25th June
Hi everyone! Firstly, you can join us to test this weeks ‘homophone’ spellings (list 31 & 32) at 9:30AM. We’ll also do some sentence building linked to today’s English task in the remaining time.

Today’s tasks can be found on BBC Bitesize.

English – One-armed robot letters. You have a ‘finding’, handwriting and sentence building activity. Challenge yourself with the sentences to use adjectives and conjunctions to add more detail.

Maths – Comparing mass (worksheet attached)

D&T – Food and nutrition. Why not help prepare a meal and identify which of the food groups from your video are on your plates! Send me a picture of you cooking/eating your meal and tell me what’s on your plate! I’ll post one of my meals during the day – you can tell me if it’s healthy and explain how you know!

Spelling Shed – If you are using the PDF, we are now on list 33. If you practice on Spelling Shed, this week’s new list is called ‘Words ending in -tion’

Maths Shed – Practice your number bonds to 100!