ON MONDAY: Turn on Heart FM radio and listen out between 8.30am – 10am… Miss Bartlett is going to be on the radio!
Try to keep physically active every day. For PE, continue to work through the KS2 lessons on Real PE (Jasmine active) (the parent log in is username: firstname.lastname@example.org, password: westoxford)
|M||Today marks the 72nd anniversary of Windrush. Find out more about this by completing this reading comprehension (answers included).||Spelling Shed: Y5Sum2-4
The Quick-Fire Write KS2 Challenge: can money buy happiness?
|Today’s revision lesson is on finding a fraction of an amount (LbQ code to follow). Your alternative task is to watch this video and complete this White Rose maths worksheet – answers here.||Sports Day: As part of the National School Sport Week at home, take part in the Sock Olympics!|
|Tu||Follow this BBC reading lesson about The Parent Agency.||Tomorrow is National Writing Day… to celebrate, James Carter (a National Poetry Day ambassador) has created this guide to teach you how to write a Vision poem. I’d love for you to share them with me!||Today’s revision lesson is on comparing and ordering fractions (LbQ code to follow). Your alternative task is to watch this video and complete this White Rose maths worksheet – answers here.||Science: Play Total Darkness: use your science skills to get the power back on and see if you can discover the real reason behind the sudden darkness covering the whole town. This game puts you in control; it’s your choices and decisions that will guide you through the story to discover the cause. Will you solve the mystery before it’s too late?
Art: Follow this tutorial to create some cool 3D art!
|W||Complete 3 ReadTheory quizzes.||It’s National Writing Day! Work through the Authorfy challenges here.||Today’s revision lesson is on comparing and ordering fractions again (LbQ code to follow). Your alternative task is to complete this White Rose maths worksheet – answers here.||For National Writing Day, can you take part in the #247 challenge? (It only involves writing 24 words!) Then watch this video to learn how to write a limerick using a cup – this worksheet will help too!|
|Th||Read your book for 30 mins – choose a page to read aloud and ask an adult to tally how many mistakes you make. Do it again and see if you can beat your score!||Download this activity pack about the video, A Cloudy Lesson. Watch the video (link on p2) and complete the activity on p4. Use pages 6-7 to help you write a short diary extract. You can do the other activities too if you wish!||Today’s revision lesson is on adding and subtracting fractions (LbQ code to follow). Your alternative task is to watch this video and complete this White Rose maths worksheet – answers here.||Art: Follow this lesson about Joan Miro and ‘automatic drawing’.
Computing: code.org for 30 mins
|F||Read for 30 minutes.||Story starter: The Double Act! See the picture below. Read the opening and finish of the story!||Today’s revision lesson is on adding and subtracting fractions again (LbQ code to follow). Your alternative task is to complete this White Rose maths worksheet – answers here.||DT: Follow this lesson about structures.
French: Duolingo for 20 mins
‘Ooooooooo!’ the crowd cheered with delight as the flames passed frighteningly close to his father’s chin. The crowd loved danger, so that was exactly what they gave them.
Every night they travelled to a different town. Every night they revelled in the applause of ever-growing crowds that always seemed so fascinated and absorbed by the daring feats performed in front of their eyes.
Tonight they would perform the most dangerous trick they had ever attempted. In fact, when they had practised it, things had almost gone catastrophically wrong. Charlie gulped. This was it! ‘Here goes’ he mumbled…