I hope everyone has had a good week.
As always, if you have any questions, or you’re sending work in, you can still email firstname.lastname@example.org and Mrs Heath will be able to help with anything.
Remember, the most important thing you can be doing during this closure period is to make sure that you are regularly reading.
You have already completed this week’s WhiteRose activities earlier in the lockdown; therefore, here are a set of different activities.
Here are this week’s videos and their relevant worksheets/answers:
Year 5 – w/c 22.06
If you click this link (https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/), it will take you to the WhiteRose home learning page for year 6. From there, you can access the relevant videos by opening up the correct week. We are on “Summer Term – Week 7 (w/c 8th June)”.
Here is this week’s part of chapter 7 of The Graveyard Book. You don’t have to listen to the whole thing on one day; you can break it up over the week.
Here’s a few reading comprehension activity for this week (answers are included):
Here’s a writing booklet for you to try this week.
You can either print it off or do your work on paper/a book.
Energize – Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin, the organiser of “The Shropshire Homes School Sports Festival” have started a virtual school games competition. They release an activity/challenge each week – which can be complete by a child. If you then wish, parents/carers can send an email of scores – along with photos/video evidence – as an entry to each week’s competition to email@example.com. There are participation certificates, winners’ medals, wrist bands and t-shirts
All information can be found here: https://www.energizestw.org.uk/virtual-school-games
and here is also letter from EnergizeSTW with more info: Virtual_School_Games_Important_Information
This week’s challenge is tennis:
As well as, or instead of, sending your videos/photos in to Energize, you could also send them to firstname.lastname@example.org – where Mrs Heath will be able to share your videos on the school website.
Here’s this week’s art activity:
This week’s computing session is on “How do you know you can trust a website?”
If you click the link to this website (https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zpxp7yc), and follow through the activities.
Other activities (links)
If you’re looking for other activities to do at home, here are list of free websites you could try:
First News – Free Digital Download Newspaper
Myths and Legends
Pobble365 – Daily Story Activities
Reading Realm – Free Resources/lessons
Reading Realm – Fairy tales activities
Reading Realm – Nature and animal activities
OxfordOwl – Free ebooks