Class 3M Homework
- 3M Transition Booklet.pdf
- Learning Pack week commencing 13th July.docx
- Friday 10th July Daily Learning.docx
- Thursday 9th July Daily Learning.docx
- Wednesday 8th July your Daily Learning.docx
- Tuesday 7th July Daily Learning.docx
- The Titanic time line day 2.ppt
- RMS TITANIC IN COLOUR!!!!!!!.avi
- Titanic New sinking theory.avi
- Monday 6th July Daily Learning.docx
- Learning pack 3 part 2 How the UK Works.pdf
- Titanic Fact Cards.pdf
- Titanic Fact File.pdf
- Friday 3rd July learning.docx
- Thursday 2nd July learning.docx
- Lesson Presentation Where in the World.pptx
- Wednesday 1st July 2020.docx
- Lesson Presentation Journey to the Centre of the Earth.pptx
- Tuesday 30th June 2020.docx
- Lesson Presentation Fossil Finders.pptx
- Monday 29th June.docx
- Punctuating Speech.ppt
- Lesson Presentation George Washington Carver.pptx
- St Peter and Paul Activity.docx
- St Peter and St Paul.ppt
- Friday 26th June daily learning.docx
- Thursday 25th June Daily Learning.docx
- Lesson Presentation Marie Curie.pptx
- Wednesday 24th June daily learning.docx
- Tuesday 23rd June Daily Learning.docx
- Monday 22nd June Learning.docx
- Lesson Presentation Plant Hunters.pptx
- Week 2 Friday 19th June.docx
- Week 2 Thursday 18th June.docx
- Week 2 Wednesday 17th June.docx
- Henry Moore Lesson Presentation.ppt
- Week 2 Tuesday 16th June.docx
- Week 2 Monday 15th June.docx
- The Titanic and Liverpool.pptx
- Home Learning Friday 12th June Y3.docx
- Julian Opie Drawing Outlines in Felt Tip.ppt
- Home Learning Thursday 11th June Y3.docx
- WW2 and Liverpool Docks.pptx
- Home Learning Wednesday 10th June Y3.docx
- The Royal Albert Dock A Time Line.docx
- Home learning Tuesday 9th June Y3.docx
- River Mersey Information.ppt
- Home Learning Monday 8th June Y3.docx
- Lesson 1 - Mersey Timeline.pptx
How to boost home learning
Structuring the day
Do not worry about trying to maintain a full routine for your child like they had at school. But children will feel more comfortable and learn better with a predictable routine to the day, even if this is difficult.
get up and go to bed at the same time each day
have regular meal times
have regular breaks
make time to be active - children are used to regular play at lunch and break times
Using digital devices
Your child’s school may set them work that can be done on a digital device such as a laptop, desktop, tablet or smartphone.
Set age-appropriate parental controls on any devices your child is using and supervise their use of websites and apps. See advice on keeping them safe online and talk to your child about online safety.
Reducing screen time
Digital devices are not the only way to learn. Manage screen time with a timer and break up screen time by getting your child to:
use books and other printed materials that their school has provided or that you have at home
write by hand – try asking them to complete work by hand, write a diary, a summary of things they have learned or done each day or ‘to do’ lists.
The best way to help children aged 7 to 11 learn is to:
give them support and direction, but encourage them to do work independently too
include active and practical things, rather than trying to make them sit and work for long periods
try to break down the work into shorter periods, based on how long they can concentrate
take frequent breaks
praise or reward them when they do well
To check if they are learning try to:
ask them questions as they go
talk about things they learned
Ask children to talk through what they have learned during the day and find time to talk with them more generally.
Talk to your child about what they are reading. This will help them understand what they have read and encourage them to read for fun.
Ask your child questions about what they are reading. For example:
ask questions that make them think about the story, such as how a character is feeling
ask them to tell you what has happened in the story so far
Libraries are currently closed, however, you can find digital services they are providing at Libraries Connected.
Try to help children practise their writing. Work from school may be sent digitally, but using pen and paper will help children be ready for when they go back to school.
Information for parents of year 6 children
Year 6 children (aged 10 to 11) should continue doing any work set for them by their school.
To prepare for going to secondary school this can be a good time for them to follow their own interests. For example, for:
history, by visiting the English Heritage website to explore England’s history
geography, by researching other countries
science, by finding out more about the human body on BBC Bitesize
art, by trying the activities on TATE Kids
This term we are building up towards Pentecost when we celebrate the descent of The Holy Spirit on the disciples of Jesus after he ascended to heaven.
For me, this is one of my favourite times of the year. The Disciples, after hiding, throw open their doors and run into the streets celebrating their knowledge of Jesus and start to engage with everybody they meet. It is the birth of our church!
Pentecost takes place on the 7th Sunday after Easter each year and this year we celebrate it on Sunday 31st May.
Have a look below at some of the activities you can do as we move towards Pentecost.
- RELIGIOUS EDUCATION HOME LEARNING Pentecost.docx
- Hail Mary Colour And Write Activity Sheet.pdf
- Glory Be A4 Display Poster.pdf
- Hail Mary Missing Words Differentiated Activity Sheets.pdf
- Hail Mary Sequencing Activity Sheet.pdf
- The Glory Be-Fill in the Blanks Activity Sheet.pdf
- stained glass window activity.pdf
- How To Pray The Rosary Poster.pdf
- The Hail Mary A4 Display Poster.pdf
A hilarious and moving novel from David Walliams, number one bestseller and fastest growing children’s author in the country.
A story of prejudice and acceptance, funny lists and silly words.
Our hero Ben is bored beyond belief after he is made to stay at his grandma’s house. She’s the 'boringest' grandma ever: all she wants to do is to play Scrabble, and eat cabbage soup. But there are two things Ben doesn’t know about his grandma.
1) She was once an international jewel thief.
2) All her life, she has been plotting to steal the Crown Jewels, and now she needs Ben’s help…
This is a great adventure story … Plus I like the way she dresses up! ;)
Luke is a comic-mad eleven-year old who shares a treehouse with his geeky older brother, Zack. Luke's only mistake is to go for a wee right at the wrong time. While he's gone, an alien gives his undeserving, never-read-a-comic-in-his-life brother superpowers and then tells him to save the universe. Luke is massively annoyed about this, but when Zack is kidnapped by his arch-nemesis, Luke and his friends have only five days to find him and save the world...
This book had me howling with laughter from start to finish, I can't wait to read others in the series.
Use the template I have provided and you will get 20 points for the whole grid completed with care and patience. :)
Reading and Writing ideas:
In English this half term we are focusing on a book called Here Comes Charlie Moon by Shirley Hughes. As well as writing in a number of different forms over the unit, we will build towards an end piece; which will include writing a newspaper article and a letter home to parents (from a long holiday away)
The skills we are focussing on in writing are:-
- Use present and past tenses correctly and consistently
- Use subordination (because, when, that)
- Use punctuation correctly (fullstops, capital letters, exclamation marks, question marks)
- Use apostrophes for possession
If you wish to practice writing at home with your child during this time, it will be useful for you to focus on some of the above skills.
Further support in English:-
Topmarks: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/english-games/5-7-years/letters-and-sounds (punctuation, spelling, reading activities)
Oxford Owl: https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/please-log-in?open_loginbox=true (a range of online books you can read with your child at home)
BBC Bitesize: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/subjects/zgkw2hv (phonics, grammar, punctuation, spelling, writing)
Teaching Ideas: https://www.teachingideas.co.uk/writing-fiction/creative-writing-ideas (creative writing)
In Maths, we are always recapping on our number and place value skills using three digit numbers that include subtraction (exchanging/borrowing) and addition.
We also continually focus on 6, 7, 8 and 9 timetables (useful games and links to support this are below).
Forces and Magnets
Compare how things move on different surfaces
Observe how magnets attract or repel each other and attract some materials and not others.
Notice that some forces need contact between two objects, but magnetic forces can act at a distance.
History: Roman Britain
Focusing on Boudicca and exploring differing viewpoints was she a hero or villain?
To learn what life was like in Roman Britain and how it had changed after the Roman invasion.
Find out about everyday lives of people in periods studied.
Make comparisons of life today with those from different periods of time (e.g. Cooking, transport, weapons)
A Great resource would be The Horrible Histories Movie recently released on Satellite TV
Staying active is really important to I would recommend joining Joe Wicks every morning at 9am for a live PE session. They are great for getting you up and active.
Follow the link below to his Youtube channel to join in with his fun exercise routines every day in order to stay fit and healthy!
Cabin Fever? Then take a look at this!
The world’s best known survival expert (Bear Grylls) is launching a package of 100 indoor activities to keep families “busy, focused and cheerful” and ward off cabin fever during the lockdown.
After the closure of schools millions of families will be cooped up indefinitely and Grylls, the chief scout, is warning that without a plan, “a week stuck at home for a family can be as tough as a week in the mountains”.
Grylls, a former soldier, is launching the Great Indoors initiative with the Scout movement. They will be fronted by Grylls and scout ambassadors, including the TV naturalist Steve Backshall and Helen Glover, the double Olympic rowing champion. Have a look at the link below for some more details!
This term we should be studying the city of Barcelona and the surrounding area of Catalonia.
The study would include finding out where it is, the different regions of Spain and why people work, live and visit there.
Research should include drawing maps, creating posters promoting the region and describing why it is so special/different from other areas.
There is an unlimited amount of dojos to be won for detailed work. The greater the care – the more dojos you win.
What is the difference between The European Union and Europe?
Explain with maps and writing for 20 dojos.
Compare Barcelona with Liverpool and Krakow
How are they the same? How are they different?
A table explaining differences and comparisons would win you 30 dojos.
- Catalonia name resource .pdf
- Countries of the EU Resource 1.pdf
- assessment questions for end of topic.pdf
- Country factfile resource .pdf
- Locating Europe Resource .pdf
- outline of Spain Resource.pdf
- SPAIN MAP.jpg
- MAP OF SPAIN AND EUROPE.docx
- regional map of spain .pdf
We will be exploring angles using mathematical vocabulary and investigation.
We can begin by making and finding angles in shapes, then learn how to name certain angles, specifically right angles, acute angles and obtuse angles.
- Angles lesson 1.docx
- Angles lesson 2.docx
- Angles Lesson 3.docx
- Angles Lesson 4.docx
- Angles Lesson 5.docx
- Angles lesson 6.docx
- Angles Lesson 7.docx
- Angles Lesson 8 The Challenge.docx
- lesson 11.docx
- lesson 12.docx
- lesson 13.docx
- lesson 14.docx
- lesson 15.docx
- lesson 16.docx
- lesson 17.docx
- lesson 18.docx
- lesson 19.docx
- lesson 20.docx
How to take part in three simple steps:
Download the free KS2 competition pack
- Use the cross-curriculum resources, including films, to explore 350 possible jobs and role models
- Ask pupils to design a ‘thank you’ to the NHS and the staff that they’re most inspired by and submit your class' entries to us
Overall national winning student(s) will receive Amazon vouchers worth £50. Overall national winner(s) school will be offered a class trip to a local science venue but alternatives can be discussed with the winning school if it is deemed inappropriate.
Ten regional winners will each receive an Amazon voucher worth £25
Highly commended certificates will also be awarded
Wednesday 29th April is International Dance Day. An annual celebration of the positive impact that dance can have on all of our lives, and to celebrate we are challenging you to learn our short routine and share your videos with us!
International Dance day was first recognised and celebrated in 1982 as a way of honouring the renowned creator of modern ballet, Jean-Georges Noverre’s birthday and it has been celebrated every year since to share how enjoyable, and beneficial dance can be.
In recent years, Dance has taken prime time, with TV shows such as Strictly Come Dancing and The Greatest Dancer among many others being very popular. Dance is also growing in popularity with many sports stars reportedly using Dance as a method of managing injury and overall health due to the strength and flexibility benefits, athletes such as Rio Ferdinand (former Manchester United), LeBron James (Basketball Superstar) and Alex Morgan (USA Ladies Footballer) all reportedly regular dancers, and helped them become champions in their chosen sports.
For schools, Dance is a national curriculum requirement, but it is so much more than that, it should be fun and engaging, but it also supports the Physical Activity Guidelines, and this is why we have set out movement of the day activities in all of our school portals. Dance really is a great way to get ready for all types of sport.
- Name the 3D shape.ppt
- Lesson 1.docx
- Lesson 2.docx
- Lesson 3.docx
- Lesson 4.docx
- Lesson 5.docx
- Lesson 7.docx
- Lesson 6.docx
- Lesson 8.docx
- Lesson 9.docx
- PowerPoint - Calculate Perimeter.pptx
- Lesson 1.docx
- Lesson 2.docx
- Lesson 3.docx
- Lesson 4.docx
- Lesson 5.docx
- Perimeter challenge 1.docx
- Perimeter challenge 2.pdf
- Lesson 6.docx
- Lesson 7.docx
- Lesson 8.docx
- Lesson 9.docx
- Lesson 10.docx
- Daily work workout 1 Monday 18th May.docx
- Daily work workout 2 Tuesday 19th May.docx
- Daily work workout 3 Wednesday 2oth May.docx
- Daily work workout 4 Thursday 21st May.docx