School Closure Home Learning Year 5/6
We cannot believe this is the final week of school virtually. We want to wish you all a safe and happy holiday. Please keep reading and working on your times tables. Don't forget to have lots of fun too. We cannot wait to see you all in September.
This week's home learning has lots of transition activities to prepare you for your next class. Look out for your new teacher videos next week.
And for all of the Year 6s we wish you the best of luck in your new school and for the future.
Don't forget to go to the YouTube channel on the homepage to watch the video again and again.
From Mrs Singleton, Mrs Barr and Mrs Williams.
I cannot believe that we are now into July and that I haven't seen your lovely faces since March! I hope that you are all happy and well and I can't wait to see you all again. This week's learning theme is 'Transport'. There are some exciting science experiments for you to have a go at this week and I would love to see some photos or short videos of them. Please send them to : firstname.lastname@example.org
Year 6 - I have attached a Maths Transition Calendar for you to have a go at. Each day there are a couple of different Maths questions for you to have a go at. Perhaps you would like to do these with a grown up and you can see how much they can remember to do! These will be a great help for your transition to high school.
Stay safe, we hope the sunshine returns soon!
We hope that you have been enjoying the wonderful weather this week and that you have all been safe in the sun.
This week's home-school overview is based around the theme of 'Space'. Please do not feel like you have to complete everything on the overview. You might have some of your own brilliant ideas for space themed science, writing or art activities and of course we would love to see photos of them. Please send your photos to: email@example.com
Miss you all! We cannot believe how long it is since we last saw you all and we can only imagine how much growing up some of you will have done since March. This week's learning theme is all about music. What is your favourite song? Who sings it? What genre is it? Why do you like it and how does it make you feel? There are some wonderful pieces of music for you to listen to and think about this week. Perhaps you could compose your own piece of music at home or write some new lyrics to a song you already know. We would love to see some videos of these.
Keep taking care of yourselves and your families.
Additional Music Web links
Music Online Offer
This week's #mpnlocalheroes genre is Jazz and Blues – link below
Please also see the Local Heroes Activity Menu (on the Newcastle Music website) for some ideas for each key stage to encourage our young people and families to get creative.
Just in case you were not aware genres featured in previous weeks are still available on the website- see links below
Week 10 Overview 15.6.20
We hope that you have all had a lovely week, despite the awfully wet weather. Hopefully you have been out for lots of soggy walks and puddle jumping. We are very excited to welcome back our Year 6 children this week. School looks a little different but it is not scary at all and we have lots of lovely things planned for you. Keep up all of your hard work and a massive thank you to all of you who have sent in your work and photos this week - well done!
Keep sending them to : firstname.lastname@example.org
Happy Half Term
We would like to wish you all a very happy half term break. We cannot believe that the first summer term has come to an end already. We have loved looking at the photos of your fantastic work and wonderful pieces of writing; thank you for emailing them in to us. Please use the half term holiday to spend a fun time with your families: explore your local area, make, bake, paint, build, read and do all of the things that you love. Of course we would love you to send in photos of the things that you have been busy getting up to. We miss you and would love to see how you have been getting on. New home-school work will be set on Friday 29th June for the following week on the class pages.
Sending hugs, keep safe,
From Mrs Singleton, Miss Croll and Mr Jones.
Week 7 Overview
This week's learning project is based on the theme 'Sport'. We would love to see how you are getting on. Please email a photo of a completed task you are proud of to email@example.com.
Week 6 Overview
This week's learning project is based on the theme 'Under the Sea'. We would love to see how you are getting on. Please email a photo of a completed task you are proud of to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Week 5 Overview
V.E. Day Celebrations
Take part in the 75th anniversary celebrations for V.E. day on 8th May with this fantastice V.E. day resource pack. Start by decorating your home with the Union Jack bunting. Then find out about V.E. day and why it was celebrated with the factfile and information PowerPoint. Have a go at cracking the morse code to reveal the secret message, colour in the V.E. day colouring sheets and make a spitfire glider. This pack contains all of the above and much more, to keep you busy during the V.E. day anniversary celebrations.
Week 3 Overview
We hope that you have had a lovely Easter break, spending quality time with your families. Hopefully you didn't eat all of your Easter chocolate in one go and found some creative ways to keep yourselves entertained! We are still missing you and look forward to getting back to a routine at school, hopefully sometime soon. In the meantime please read the new overview of learning tasks and enjoy finding out about famous people from our local area and having a dabble with some graffiti art.