Good morning Eagle Owls,
Welcome to week 6 of our final term in Year 5! It has been so wonderful to work with some of you in the classroom this week. You have worked incredibly hard and it is lovely to see you smiling and having fun together!
As more of you are currently in school, I have combined some of your learning for the last few weeks into one document. In Maths, we will be focussing on converting between fractions, decimals and percentages. I have given you a wide range of tasks which I would like you to choose from over the next two weeks. I have explained at the top of the document, if you are in school, I would like you to complete 4-6 activities over the next two weeks. If you are continuing to learn from home, then I would like you to complete 8-10 activities. For the upcoming writing tasks, I have given you a choice of three activities to complete by the end of this term. During your two days in school, we will be working together on these writing projects which I have explained in the yellow boxes.
Don't forget, I have added two Digimaps activities each week for you to complete. They're lots of fun and will really help you to understand the development of your local area and further develop your geographical skills. Remember, we have access to this site until the end of July so make the most of these fun tasks! Each week, I will continue to upload your spellings, two Digimaps activities, a reading comprehension and your English and Maths skills so there is plenty for you to be getting along with whilst you are at home.
Last week, we maturely discussed how to keep ourselves and others feeling happy and safe online. Remember, to read through the message I have posted on our class page below with your family at home and watch the video together. As a school, we are all working together to encourage you all to be safe whilst you are online. I will be uploading a new activity from 'ThinkUKnow' which I would like you all to complete each week. Each one contains two 15 minutes activities which you can do with your parents. I will keep the resources together under one heading so they are easy to find if you would like to revisit them.
Thank you so much for all of your fantastic work both in school and at home. I have been amazed by everything you are doing and the effort you are putting into each piece of work - you are all doing brilliantly!
Stay safe at home. Remember, there is always someone to listen if you do not feel safe. Follow this link to the Childline website:
Happy 1st July Eagle Owls!
This calendar has some lovely thoughts about how you can be a little kinder to yourself and others every day throughout July. Perhaps you could have a go at these acts and tick them off as you go?
Silly Squad Summer Reading Challenge 2020
Great news Eagle Owls - Oxfordshire Libraries are running their 'Silly Squad Summer Reading Challenge'! The challenge runs into September and you can collect digital rewards as you progress towards your reading target. You can choose which books you would like to read from comics, jokes, stories or information books! If you would like to explore some different books from the ones you have at home then you can join the library at www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/libraries where you can download eBooks and eAudio.
Personally, I cannot think of a better time to enjoy and celebrate books!
I have attached a flyer for you to have a read through for some additional information. If you are interested in entering then just ask your parents to follow this link: sillysquad.org.uk
Dear Eagle Owls,
It has been so wonderful seeing some of your smiling faces back in school over the past two weeks. You have all brought so much positivity back to school and I have felt really proud of how you have adapted your games on the playground to be safe and inclusive for all.
Whilst we have been apart, I know you have been fantastic at keeping in contact with one another using different messaging apps, video calls and games. I have really enjoyed listening to your stories of how you have helped each other with your learning, played games together and had a good chat over the past few months. Sadly, I have also heard of how some children have been feeling really upset by different comments and conversations which have been happening amongst our class online. I would like to remind you to THINK before you type a comment or say something over a headset.
Although, you may not mean to hurt someone’s feelings, it can feel unkind or hurtful when you are not able to explain or interact face-to-face with one another.
Remember, kindness is what makes others and ourselves feel positive. Those kind acts that we reflect on throughout our time in school are so important to us as individuals and that is the same for us all when we are online. If you are feeling uncomfortable about any comments being made, then please remember to ask that person to stop and report it to your parents.
Mrs Frost has also suggested that you could have a positive chat with your friends about creating some rules which would keep you and your friends happy and safe online, like Harvey and Molly do in the following video:
In school, you have amazed me with your positivity, kindness and how you support one another as a team. Just remember that’s also who you are when you are online.
Take care and stay safe online,
Wow look at all the lovely solar systems building up on our class display! It has been so lovely to see more of your smiling faces this week!
Have a lovely weekend Eagle Owls.
Dear Eagle Owls,
Hi Eagle Owls,
First of all, happy Friday!
This is just a quick message to ask if you have finished reading any of our school books at home please could you arrange to drop them off in the box in the school's foyer. This will give us some time to arrange them for our classrooms. If you have any book recommendations for your friends don't forget to share them. Some of the best books I've read have been suggested to me by my family and friends!
I hope you have a lovely weekend
Dear Eagle Owls,
I just wanted to say a big big thank you to all of you and your families for all of your amazing and hard work this term! You have all been fantastic and I have loved hearing from you and seeing all of the brilliant work you have done. You should all be incredibly proud of yourselves!
Now is the time for you to rest and enjoy time with your family.
Enjoy your half term break - you all deserve it.
Tuesday 28th April 2020
Good Morning Eagle Owls,
I have started my morning by enjoying this beautiful collection of uplifting pieces of writing and pictures all for free! I am going to dip into this book throughout the next few weeks. It has inspiring messages from some of my favourite children's writers and illustrators and it is dedicated to all the staff currently working in hospitals.
I wanted to share it with you all so you can enjoy it alone or with your family!
Let me know your favourite part on our class blog :)
Mr Sykes and Mr Downs have uploaded some videos of some PE activities for you. Please use this throughout your time at home to keep active and most importantly, to have fun!
This term, Eagle Owls will be learning all about Ancient Greece. They will be learning a range of Ancient Greek myths, their religious beliefs and their impact on the world. Please see the attached topic web for further details about their learning.
On a Thursday morning, I will be having my planning time whilst the Eagle Owls will be having PE coaching with Mr Sykes. They will be learning gymnastics and how to play tag rugby. Please ensure they have both their indoor and outdoor PE kit (including indoor and outdoor shoes) in school on a Monday in preparation for these different PE sessions. They will then bring their PE kit home on a Friday.
January - February 2020
Welcome back, I hope you've had a lovely Christmas break.
This term, Eagle Owls will be focussing their learning around the topic 'Hola Mexico!'. They will be learning about Mexico's culture, geography and the ancient Mayan civilisation .
On a Friday afternoon, I will be having my planning time whilst the Eagle Owls will be having tennis lessons with Neil our tennis coach and learning a Modern Foreign Language with Mrs Dickson. Please ensure their PE kit is in school on a Monday in preparation for this outdoor PE session. In addition to this, they will also have an outdoor PE session with me earlier in the week.
November - December 2019
Welcome back - I hope you had a lovely break over half term.
This term, Eagle Owls will be focussing their learning around the topic 'Frozen Kingdom'. They will be learning about Ernest Shackleton's journey to Antarctica and the Titanic's voyage across the North Atlantic Ocean.
Mr Sykes will be teaching the children PE on Friday morning. Please ensure they bring in their PE kits on a Monday and take them home on a Friday after school.
Homework will continue to be handed out on Friday and handed back in on Tuesday morning. After the success of the homework project grid from last term, each child is expected to pick a task from the grid to complete each week alongside their Maths work and spellings.
Dates for your Diary:
Wednesday 6th November - Christ Church Cathedral Concert
Friday 8th November - Non-uniform day(chocolate donation for FOGMS festive event) and FOGMS fireworks
Monday 11th November - Anti-Bullying week
Wednesday 13th November - Whole school flu immunisation
Monday 25th November - Big Sing
Monday 2nd December - Parent Consultation Evening
Wednesday 4th December - Parent Consultation Evening
Friday 8th December - FOGMS festive event
Wednesday 18th December - Carol Service at St Mary's Church 1:30pm
Teacher: Miss Rachel Johnston
Teaching Assistant: Mrs Julie Grayshon
Welcome back! I hope you all had a lovely summer.
Welcome to a new academic year for Eagle Owls. Our topic this term is World War Two. We have been learning about life during this historical period, understanding why it happened and the main events. The children have been really engaged in this topic and I have been very impressed by the work they have produced both in class and at home. Please refer to the Topic Web attached at the top of our class page to see what we are focussing on in our learning.
Our PE lessons are on Monday afternoons. Please ensure your child brings their PE kit on Monday mornings. They also have Forest School on a Thursday afternoon which they need to bring outdoor clothes and shoes for.
Homework is sent out on a Friday and needs to be returned on a Tuesday. The children need to pick a creative task from their homework grid, complete the set Maths task (linked with our learning that week) and learn their spellings for the test on Monday morning.
Thank you for all of your support and enthusiasm so far this term!
Dates for your Diary:
Class Assembly: Friday 18th October
PGL Residential: Monday 30th March - Wednesday 1st April 2020
A big thank you for all of your wonderful homework this term! The children have produced some amazing pieces of creative work from their homework grid and I have been incredibly impressed by their knowledge of World War Two. We have been celebrating their wonderful creations by sharing them with the class and adding them to our World War Two display. I hope you have enjoyed the flexibility and creativity of the homework grid and I look forward to seeing even more throughout the year.
Eagle Owls have been working towards earning themselves a whole class reward through working together as a team to earn marbles by going above and beyond the expectations. They have reacted really positively towards this and I have been really impressed with how they are working together.
Year 5 have been keeping an eye on their classmates throughout the day and writing down all the kind acts they see them doing! Eagle Owls have been reflecting on how focussing on the kind acts of others has a positive impact on those around them. The children have loved hearing how they are making a difference to someone else and being recognised for it.
Zones of Regulation
This term, Eagle Owls have been learning about how to recognise and regulate their emotions through the ‘Zones of Regulation’. We have been thinking carefully about how our emotions can change throughout the day and we can feel differently depending on our environment and what is going on around us. The children ‘check-in’ when they arrive in the classroom before the morning register and after both break times by placing their photographs on one of the zones. This is to help the children recognise how they are feeling and to allow them to recognise how other children are feeling too. It is also a great visual to communicate with other people in the room which zone they are in. We are going to think carefully about how we act when we experience the different zones and how this might impact others.
Here are some examples of the emotions the children might feel in the different zones:
Blue Zone – sad, tired, bored, shy, sick or hurt
Green Zone – ready to learn, happy, proud, thankful, calm or focussed
Yellow Zone – anxious, scared, confused, uncomfortable, overwhelmed, frustrated or embarrassed
Red Zone – out of control, angry, terrified or aggressive.
The STEAM Museum was a great success! The children looked fantastic and ready to be evacuated on Friday morning. We were very impressed by their efforts with rationed lunches, identity cards, ration books and gas mask boxes! We experienced an air raid shelter and learnt about how people kept themselves entertained whilst they were waiting for the air raids to finish. We even sang ‘It’s a long way to Tipperary’ in the dark. In the afternoon, we experienced what it might be like to be an evacuee. Whilst in the train carriage, the children explored different suitcases and had to guess who might be being evacuated from the city. Once they reached their destination they had to convince a florist, the lady of the manor and a farmer’s wife that they should take them home. Before we returned back to school we had the chance to explore the museum and learn about locomotives. Thank you for all of your time and support preparing for this trip.
Good Morning Eagle Owls,
I hope you have all had a lovely weekend and you've managed to enjoy those pockets of sunshine in-between the rain showers!
I have uploaded your learning below and your spellings and some spelling card ideas to help you practise this week. As more of you are in school, I will be posting your spellings and the spelling cards on our class page rather than the newsletter. On some of the documents I have included a yellow text box at the top explaining which parts we will be completing together in school and which parts you can complete at home. I have also added two more activities for you to try on Digimaps whilst you are at home. For those of you who are continuing your learning journey at home, your parents can continue to share your work with me via email or on the class blog.
It was really lovely to see lots of you in the classroom last week and I look forward to seeing you again this week!
Good Morning Eagle Owls,
As we begin our fourth week of this term we also start an exciting time where some of you will be joining me in our classroom!
For those of you who are continuing your learning journey at home and for the days that you are not in school, there will still be lots of activities which you can access on our class page. Each week, I will be updating your new learning and as the term progresses the format might change slightly to address the change in circumstances.
Make sure you read our newsletter each week to find out your new spellings and for a further explanation about your home learning. If you are learning from home, don’t forget your parents can contact me on my email address (firstname.lastname@example.org) or you can post on our class blog. It might take me a little longer to reply to each email/post but I really look forward to hearing from you and seeing all of your lovely work.
I am really looking forward to seeing some of your smiling faces in school this week!
Dear Eagle Owls,
Welcome to Week 3 of 'The Big Bang - Stargazing'!
I have been so impressed by all of the amazing work going on at home this term. You are all doing some brilliant Maths and English work and your creative projects are fantastic!
Every time I open an email from your parents with photos of your home learning I am in awe of you! You should all be feeling really proud of yourselves! It would be lovely to see you sharing some more of your learning on the class blog for your friends to see too so we can all feel inspired.
Don't forget, if you have any school reading books at home which you have finished reading then could you please return them to the box in the school's foyer. Thank you
I have uploaded all of your learning for the week ahead below and all of the Maths teaching videos are now available on the Video Centre. Don't forget - if you have any questions about the learning then you can contact me on the class blog or ask your parents to send me an email.
Have a lovely week Eagle Owls!
Good Morning Eagle Owls,
Welcome to Week 2 of 'Stargazing - The Big Bang'!
I have uploaded all of your learning for this week below. This week, I have allocated on Active Learn and uploaded to our class page a Maths video to help you with our coordinates work. I have also uploaded some handwriting sheets for the Year 5 and 6 spellings words which you are learning this term so you can practise your cursive writing.
Don't forget there are lots of extra learning opportunities for you to complete through the Maths challenges, topic grid and the useful websites posted on our class page if you are looking for some more work.
In our newsletter, I have spoken about our school value this term 'Togetherness' which I think is such a wonderful and topical value for our world at the moment. There are lots of examples of where people have come together in recent months to care for one another and work as a team. Make sure you check out our school song for when we reunite as a whole school family too!
I hope you are all well and I look forward to seeing all of your fantastic work on our class blog!
Miss Johnston :)
'Stargazing - The Big Bang'
Good morning Eagle Owls,
Welcome to Term 6! I hope you have all had a lovely half term break and you are feeling ready for our brand new topic. This term we are going to be focussing on 'Stargazing - The Big Bang'. There are lots of new and exciting activities for you to choose from in our new topic grid and some useful resources to help you along the way.
Please read through our newsletter to find out a little more about your learning this term. I am really looking forward to hearing from you all and seeing some more of your brilliant work.
Miss Johnston :)
Monday 18th May 2020
Good Morning Eagle Owls,
Welcome to our final week of Term 5! It has been wonderful to see all of your fantastic work this term about the Victorians. You should all feel really proud of what you have achieved this term. I have been really impressed by your dedication and perseverance with your home learning – well done to all of you!
I have uploaded our newsletter for this week alongside your must, should and could learning. I have also uploaded some more videos to help you with this week’s Maths learning. As it is our last week studying the Victorians, it would be wonderful to see you making the most of our topic grid this week. I hope you find some activities which you enjoy doing alone or with your family.
Don’t forget to remind your parents to email Mrs Frost at email@example.com before 9am on Friday if you have done anything that they would like celebrated in our Golden Book. It is always lovely to hear your achievements being recognised on a Friday afternoon.
Have a wonderful week Eagle Owls!
Important Message: Logging in to Abacus Active Learn
On Saturday 16th May, the Abacus website are making some adjustments. When you log in you will need to re-enter your username, password and school code. If you do have it saved and can't remember your details, just click on the 'show' button next to password and it will show it. Let me know if you have any problems.
Monday 11th May 2020
Good Morning Eagle Owls,
I hope you have all had a wonderful weekend and you have found opportunities to enjoy the sunshine and find those moments of quiet. It was lovely to chat with you and your parents last week – you are all doing brilliantly.
Below I have uploaded your ‘must’, ‘should’ and ‘could’ learning and newsletter for this week. I was really pleased to hear you found the Maths videos helpful on our Video Centre. I have uploaded some more to help you with your work about decimals. Don’t forget to keep accessing the activities available on our Victorians topic grid. There are a range of subjects to choose from and lots of fun ideas which will keep you busy!
Keep working hard and don’t forget to share your learning on our class blog – it is always so lovely to see all of your hard work on there.
Have a brilliant week!
Monday 4th May 2020
Good Morning Eagle Owls,
I hope you all enjoyed your learning last week, it was fantastic to start seeing some of you sharing your learning on our class blog and to see so many of you logging onto TTRS and Active Learn throughout the week!
I have uploaded your must, should and could learning for the week. I have also uploaded a couple more videos to help you with long multiplication which you can find on our school's 'Video Centre' underneath 'Home Learning'. Don’t forget to just try your best with your learning and share what you have been up to on our class blog – there is lots of inspiring work on there!
On Friday 8th May, it is the 75th VE Day Anniversary so I have uploaded an additional grid with some activities to celebrate this day. You may choose to stick with our topic grid about the Victorians but if you would like something different this week then feel free to choose an activity from there.
I look forward to having a chat with you again later in the week when I call home – it’s a really lovely opportunity to ask any questions and to share what you have been up to.
I hope you have a wonderful week!
Monday 27th April 2020
Good Morning Eagle Owls,
Welcome to your second week of the Summer term! I hope you have enjoyed your first week of learning about the Victorians. Don't forget to share your wonderful work on our class blog, it would be really lovely to fill our page with all of your fantastic learning. I really enjoyed speaking to the majority of you on the phone this week and it was really lovely to hear how proud your parents are of how focussed you have been at home and about the work you are producing, well done Eagle Owls!
I have uploaded your home learning resources for this week which focus on looking at life in the Victorian times and short multiplication. Make sure you read through the newsletter to remind yourself of the expectations and to find your spellings for the week. You will also find some helpful Maths videos allocated on Active Learn and on our school's 'Video Centre' underneath 'Home Learning' (you will need you class blog logins to access these). Mrs Ray has also created a 'Must, Should and Could' planning format which you might like to use to help you structure your time at home which I have uploaded above. I have also moved your learning from last week to the end of our class page if you would like to have another look. 'The Victorians Topic Grid' will stay at the top of our class page for this term so you can continue to choose different activities each week.
I hope you all have a wonderful week and I look forward to keeping in contact with you all on our class blog!
Monday 20th April 2020
Hello Eagle Owls!
I hope you are all feeling refreshed after the Easter Break and you are ready to start learning together again. It has been so lovely to be able to celebrate the holidays whilst it has been so sunny and I have really been enjoying my daily walks/runs and spending time in the garden enjoying a book or painting. I hope you have found time to relax and have fun with your family.
For our new topic this term, we will be studying 'The Victorians', a really interesting and influential period of British history. I will continue to set your learning on our class page, as I did last term, but it will be taking a slightly different format. This term, I will be uploading all of your learning for the week at the beginning of the week. This will allow you to make some decisions about when and how you are accessing your learning throughout the week. At the beginning of the resources, I will be sharing a newsletter with an update of my expectations for the week. It will explain to you what you must, should and could do. I am expecting you to complete the must activities by the end of the week and the should and could activities are there to challenge and stretch your learning if you would like to. Remember, you do not have to complete everything, but the options are there for you.
I have tried to keep worksheets to a minimum so that you can write your answers down on a piece of paper rather than printing each one. There are also activities that you will need to access online either on Active Learn and Times Table Rockstars using your logins or websites.
Alongside this, I am also uploading a topic grid for your to pick a couple of activities to complete each week. This grid covers a range of subjects that we would be learning about in the classroom. There is a wide range of exciting activities on their which you can either do independently, with a sibling or as a family. I hope you have fun completing these and I really look forward to seeing what you get up to!
Later in the week, your parents will be receiving an email from me with your logins to our brand new class blog page. You will be able to access this page under Mrs Frost's message on the Home Learning section of our school website. You are going to be able to use our class blog to share your learning, comments and questions you might have with both myself and your classmates. It will be a lovely way to keep in touch with one another whilst we are apart.
Any questions, please do not hesitate to ask your parents to email me on firstname.lastname@example.org or you can contact me on our class blog page.
I look forward to starting our new topic together and seeing your new learning!
Please see Mrs Frost's message on our 'Learning from Home' page, inviting you all to join us for our Easter Worship at 2.50pm today:
Friday 3rd April 2020
Dear Eagle Owls,
I just wanted to send you a message wishing you a wonderful Easter break. I hope you all find time to relax, try new things and spend time with your family. You have all done a brilliant job in the last two weeks and I have been so inspired by the work you have sent to me. I hope you feel the same amount of pride I do when you see it on our class page!
I will not be setting any work over the next two weeks but I will be keeping our recent learning and suggested websites on our class page in case you would like to continue any of our projects or play some games. You can also explore some investigations on the Great Milton Science and Maths pages under Our Learning - Curriculum. Oxfordshire County Council Libraries and Arts are also holding a poetry and book cover competition (see their poster above). You can choose to either enter a poem or a book cover design for a poetry book. If you would like to find out more information please visit out English page under Our Learning - Curriculum.
I have also added some Easter activities which you can access throughout the holiday if you would like something fun to do.
Take good care of yourselves and your family over the Easter break.
Monday 30th March 2020
Hello Eagle Owls,
I hope you have had a restful weekend and you have had lots of opportunities to enjoy the beautiful sunshine!
Well done on all of your amazing hard work last week whilst working from home. You are all doing brilliantly and I have been really impressed by the work which was emailed to me last week. Remember, you can ask your parents to forward any photographs of the work you are especially proud of for me to enjoy. If you would like to see it on our class page please let me know in your email.
As we are starting a new week, I have moved your 'Home Learning Resources' from last week to the bottom of our class page. I will continue to upload your new learning for each day the evening before. This week, I have planned lots of creative lessons about the Ancient Greeks for you to focus on in the afternoons. Don't forget, you do not have to complete every activity every day but it is there for you if you would like to!
You will also see that I have uploaded some activities to help you learn your spellings, 100 books to read in KS2, free audiobooks, PE activities from Mr Sykes and Mr Downs and some mindfulness activities. Feel free to dip into these throughout the week whenever you want.
Miss Taylor has also set a project for the whole school to see some of the wonderful rainbows you are making at home for your local community. Please read the document ‘Rainbows’ below to find out more! I have already told Miss Taylor about the rainbows I have in my front window from some of the Eagle Owls.
It has also been brilliant to see lots of you engaging with the games and times tables I have set on Abacus and Times Table Rock Stars. You should also be able to access Numbots through Times Table Rockstars which helps you practise your number bonds through a series of games.
At the end of each week, I will be uploading a few photos so you can also see what I have been up to whilst we are apart. Last week, I had lots of fun on a bug hunt around school and making bug houses with the children. I was also inspired by an Eagle Owl to go on a litter pick around my local area on my daily walk – I managed to fill a whole bag of rubbish! I’ve also been trying to spot different birds from the RSPB Bird Watch poster whilst I am running or walking each day.
I hope you are all keeping well and you are enjoying this time at home trying new things with your family.
Thursday 26th March 2020
Good Morning Eagle Owls,
I hope you are all well and you have made the most of the beautiful sunshine this week! Thank you so much for all of the lovely work which you have sent to the school office - I have been so impressed with your engagement of the tasks set whilst working from home. Seeing your wonderful work has made me smile lots whilst we are apart. I have also had lots of compliments and smiles from my local community for the rainbows you made for my front window last week. I have also shared some of your rainbows with other houses in the community but I still have the most rainbows on the street! The children have really enjoyed spotting the rainbows on their daily walks so thank you for all of your lovely rainbows.
I just wanted to give you an update for your work tomorrow. On Fridays, I will be giving you time to catch up with any learning you have not already done this week. This should help give you some extra time for the longer topic projects I have set earlier in the week.
For those of you who would like some new learning on a Friday, I will still be uploading Morning work, a reading comprehension and a Guided Reading task. For the rest of the day, explore the websites I have listed below (there are lots of fun Maths games, science experiments and quizzes you can enjoy).
You could also use the extra time on a Friday to get active by going for a walk, following a Joe Wicks' workout, Cosmic Kids Yoga, GoNoodle or using the PE resources from Thursday (you could see if you can improve these skills or compete as a family!) You could also use the time to enjoy reading a book, getting creative in the kitchen, doing some mindful colouring or playing a game with your family.
Whilst schools are closed, Audible are giving free access to all of their audiobooks. Please find the link below and enjoy listening to a story either in your bedroom, on the sofa or in the sunshine:
I have also been enjoying checking in on the animals at Edinburgh Zoo with their live webcam. I still haven't managed to see the panda or tiger - keep your eyes peeled for me!
I hope you are enjoying your time at home and making the most of this lovely sunshine!
Monday 23rd March 2020
Dear Eagle Owls,
I hope you are doing well and enjoying the sunshine this weekend. During the next week, I will be uploading new work for every morning which you can access under ‘Home Learning Resources’ on our class page. For each day, I will ensure you have morning work, Literacy, Maths, Guided Reading and Topic. You can choose to download, print or view these documents online. You can use these documents to present your work or use your own exercise book or paper.
I have also listed a range of fun websites which you can use to support your learning throughout the day under ‘Home Learning Websites’. You should be reading every day, some days you might like to sit in the garden, or on the sofa and enjoy a book to yourself, other days you could enjoy sharing a book aloud to an adult. I have attached some documents under ‘100 Books Recommended Reading for Years 5 and 6’ which are books recommended for your age. You might already have some of these at home.
Your logins for ‘Abacus’ and ‘Times Table Rockstars’ are in your homework books from last term. If you have any difficulty accessing either of these sites due to your login do please contact the school office.
I also suggest you keep yourself active every day whether you choose to play a game or run around in the garden. You can access lots of fun activities on GoNoodle and Cosmic Kids or you can tune into a Joe Wicks PE lesson at 9am every week day (links for these can be found under ‘Home Learning Websites’). Physical activity will keep your bodies active and help give you a brain break.
You might find it helpful to create a schedule for your home learning. Mrs Frost has attached an example of a KS2 timetable on the ‘Learning at Home’ page which you could use as a guide. You can also find all of our spelling lists, homework grids and topic webs from throughout the year on our class page.
Wishing you all the best for the week ahead,