How will it Work?
Teachers will plan lessons that link directly to the curriculum focus for our year group and will provide resources to support tasks for home learners.
Should remote learning need to be set for a class or bubble, the work for the week in English, Maths and other subjects will be posted here by 9.00am on a Monday morning.
We will expect you to spend an hour a day on English and an hour a day on maths. In the afternoon we will also set another topic lesson linked to science, computing, history, geography or art.
Remember to ensure some daily exercise to keep your mind and body healthy!
Home Learning Project Linked to Curriculum Map
As a part of our topic we will extend the children's understanding of the similarities and differences between people by learning about the different houses and homes we live in. Click here to take you to the Home Learning project.
This weeks English Lessons
We will be using the Oak Academy unit :
How Birds Fly
Pupils will identify features of explanation texts, including summarising information, using subordinating conjunctions. Building up to writing their own explanations. This will last for 2 weeks. Click on the Oak Academy Image to link straight to this unit.
Our reading text for this week is the Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl. Each day there will be a link each day to a reading lesson where children can follow the text as the story is a chapter of the story is read. There are then tasks for the children to complete.
If you would like to follow a full audiobook with text (AudioEbook) of Roald Dahl's Fantastic Mr Fox then Click here . Please be aware that this is 60 minutes long.
Daily Maths - White Rose Maths
Our daily maths lessons will predominantly be linked to the White Rose Maths curriculum which we follow at school. There are daily videos to support the children's learning which mirror how we teach our Maths at school . Click on the White Rose Maths Image .
Your teachers however may provide further resources and guidance including modelling or addressing common issues in their Google Classroom feedback.