Suggested Organisation of Home Learning
We have come to the final week of our Potions topic, we hope you have enjoyed it. The next one is a great topic too! You are all doing so well with your home learning - we're extremely proud of you all!! Keep the work and photos coming into news@ and the blog. We love to see what you're getting up to each day. Make sure you've been to the Video Centre to see our messages for you. I wonder what you'll get up to this week, we can't wait to see!
PARENTS: PLEASE READ
These are continuing unsettling times for us all. Each child will respond to these changes in their own way. If your child is particularly affected at any time, please do not feel concerned that they aren't able to follow the timetable for learning. We are providing learning opportunities for you to access in a way that suits you. There is no expectation that all work must be completed. The most important thing is that all children feel safe and as calm as possible. We want them to keep their minds 'healthy and active', in whatever way they can best achieve that. Please find some resources to help on our Fun and Wellbeing page.
As always, we wish you all our very best. You may contact us using the email@example.com email account. We will respond as soon as possible within our normal hours.
Every good wish,
Mrs Townsend and Miss Davison
We will be regularly updating our home learning provision, please check each page to keep up to date.
Below is a suggestion of how to organise your child's home learning- It is only a suggestion.
As you start each session of home learning, just remind yourself of some important messages we use in class. 'Put your learning head on,' 'sit in your learning position,' 'how can you solve the problem?' and most importantly 'are you proud of yourself and your work?'
(approx 45 minutes)
Check the English page for this week's lessons.
(approx 45 minutes)
A combination of:
Times tables work
Topic and Curriculum tasks
(approx 1 hour)
This could be from any of the subject pages, from the Home Learning Ideas sheet (found on the Topic page), from the Fun and Wellbeing page or you could take part in a hobby you enjoy.
|am or pm||
Book talk - talk about your book with someone. They can ask you questions about your book or you could explain what you are reading and your opinions on the book.
Write and answer comprehension questions on your book
Devise and show a performance based on your book. You could dress up too!
BBC Bitesize are providing daily lessons for Home Learning. We are not 'setting' this work but wanted to make you aware that it is available as an additional resource. You may choose to include the SPAG (spelling, punctuation and grammar), Music or Wellbeing lessons into your Home Learning. Please do not access the other subjects as they may not fit with our curriculum provision.