Wider Curriculum - WC 30th March

29 Mar 2020

Hi 5/6F,

I hope you had a nice weekend and are now ready to complete the activities I have set you. It has been lovely to get emails from your parents letting me know what you have been up to. I have enjoyed seeing you doing PE and some of the lovely rainbows you have created to show our school message of hope - chalk on drives, painting on windows, scratch art, rainbow characters - the list goes on.

If they haven't already, please ask your parents to email me so that I have their email address in case I need to contact them directly - it's also nice for me to see/hear what you've been up to.

Remember this week - for geography - I'd like you to continue with the double-page spread I set you last week. Don't worry if you have already finished it, you can maybe spend time looking at some of the website links I added to our page. The website page is also where you'll find the links to PE activities for you to choose from.

Below I have listed what I would like you to complete this week. I hope you enjoy the activities as I have tried to find some fun things for you to do. Don't forget to write the long date and LO at the top of the page then underline with a ruler - just like we do in school. All activities should be carried out in your purple book, where possible.

If you look on the Pupil Zone page there are links to 'Zoom' meeting lessons for music, ICT, PE, musical theatre, drama and French (as well as a few others) - they are really good and maybe something different to do. 

Even though the Easter holidays start on Friday, I will set you some creative activities to keep you busy during the two weeks as I know it won't be like a normal school holiday.

Take care and stay safe,

Mrs Foster smiley

Science activity

Living things jigsaw

LO: To identify and classify living things.

Choose one of the living things jigsaws and think carefully about the questions and match them up to the answers. You may need to do some research to answer some of the questions. When you have matched them up see if you can stick them neatly into your purple book. If they won't fit stick them onto a piece of plain paper.

RE activities

RE - Easter

LO: To develop my knowledge of Easter

Have a go at completing the attached activities to develop your undertanding of Easter. All of these can be completed in your purple books - just remember to use a ruler if drawing any lines.

Art activity


LO: To create an effective pattern.

Can you follow the instructions to create your own hand tangle? You can either do this straight into your purple book or do it on plain paper and then cut out and stick in. I can't wait to see the creations you come up with.

Picture News

Picture News - Home Learning Ideas

LO: To explore the idea of positivity.

Have a look at the attached activity and try some of the activities. I really like the idea of communicating with those we love or teaching someone how to do something that makes you happy.
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