Summer 2020 Support For Learning

Dear Parents,

This page has been set up to give you some ideas to help keep your children busy over the summer holidays should you wish to dip into them.

The activities are designed to be a review of material from the past school year and also are practical ideas to do both indoors and outdoors.

We encourage you to reward your child at home for their efforts in completing these activities.

Have an enjoyable summer break!

Mrs McNamara

 

Click on the links to see the challenges !

                                                           Reading Challenge  KS1 and KS2                                                 Summer 2020 Challenge_Digital PREMIER LEAGUE

Holiday Learning Premier League IDEAS

My Activity Book 5 to 7 years                                My Activity Book 7 to 11 years

KS1_Answers                             KS2_Answers

    Busy Boxes

                        Social and Emotional Learning

    Activities:           Click on each activity and have a go!

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Please look back at the Reception  Blog. There are many ideas posted on each Blog by Ms Pemberton ( Formally Mrs Theo) that you can do with your child.

Click here for some other creative ideas  A      B

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Log onto your Mathletics Accounts!

Click hit the button            Maths Chase (to practise your times tables)

Maths Link – Premier League 

KS2  Maths Skills Organiser

BBC Bitesize

 

        Reading Link

English Link – Premier League

Puffin Activity Book KS2

Comprehension Work:

Comprehension      Year 3        Activity 1       2       3  4       Answers   1    2    3  4

Comprehension      Year 4       Activity 1    2       3               Answers  1    2  3

Comprehension      Year 5        Activity 1      2      3             Answers  1    2   3

Comprehension      Year 6        Activity 1    2      3               Answers   1  2   3

For those of you that have a Read Theory Account….log on and complete the comprehension exercises each day.

Grammar Activities:    Present_and_Progressive_quiz

Grammar: Semi-colon_Worksheet

Grammar_Semi-colon_ANSWERS

Free English Downloads 

BBC Bitesize – English

Here are some Science Activities for KS1 and KS2.

Key Stage 1:    A   B    C   D   E   F G  H                             Key Stage 2:    A   B  C D  E  F  G  H

Plants Pack

Log onto BBC Bitesize too.

 

   Click on the Music Icon to see what’s in store for you!!

 Music for you to do over a week

          Resources for Music:  Listen_to_Music      Homemade_Musical_Instruments      FlatBeethoven      Fast_Slow

Why not try the Chrome Music Lab           

 

This document gives you many design and technology ideas which you can do…..Click here to see!!

                                Bird Feeders…………………..Kites and much more!!

Charles-Rennie-Mackintosh-Colouring-Sheet

Charles-Rennie-Mackintosh-Fact-Sheet

Design-a-roundel-TfL-Craft-Club       Floating_Garden_Challenge_-_Home_learning_guide    Goal_Colouring      Make_a_Kite    Flappy-bat_KS2    Tennis_colouring_1

Build-a-London-Bus-TfL-Craft-Club

Tube-lines-find-a-word

Games and Activities  Click on the links below!

Word_Tennis    Wimbledon_Word_Search    Wimbledon_Word_Search    The_Beat_Goes_On_Family_Crossword_Puzzle_13-14    September2020

Lockdown Challenge      I love tennis – Colouring

 

7_top_tips_to_support_reading_at_home

active-families-home-learning-cards

Animals Car Car Truck Jeep Activities

Celebrate Earth Day

Dice Activities Online EYFS

family-learning-activities

Goldilocks and the Three Bears

Home Learning Ideas

How to make a dice EYFS

Jack and the Beanstalk Magic EYFS

Our Hands EYFS

Read with Trust

Reading with Trust Comic

The Bird in the Forest

The Drummer Boy

TheThree Billy Goats Gruff

Treasure Island EYFS

Dance   Moana

 

Harry Potter

Wild Workout – After completing  this session of wild workout, why not design your own workout?

 

Try following a dance lesson as part of your exercise today. You could have a go at making up your own routine afterwards!

Dance Lesson

Begin your day with a workout. Click on the the button and get active!

Joe Wicks kept a lot of children active during lockdown…why not revisit his workouts?  Click here.

 

ONLINE SAFETY: NOTES FOR PARENTS

During this time, children may be accessing a lot of resources via the internet, sometimes without your supervision.

  • Please highlight to your children the importance of staying safe online.
  • Remind them that they should always talk to an adult if they see something that worries them.

 

Happy Holidays

Wishing you a very happy holiday!

Year 6 – Thursday 16th July learning

16/07/20
Subject Activity
   
Prayer Click here for today’s prayer.
PE Miss Pringle has put together a timetable of activities for you to do each day in July, with different levels of challenge. Open it here. You’ll see that there are also tasks and activities to do at the weekend, so do have a go at those too.
Handwriting Visit https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/68/59-Word-list-years-5-and-6—ph–to-res- and click on ‘Practice/Test’ followed by ‘Begin Test’.
Reading 15 minutes of https://readtheory.org/
English Click here to open today’s English activities.
Times Tables http://timestables.me.uk/
Maths WALT investigate and identify game strategy.

Click here for today’s lesson.

Wider curriculum For this week, your afternoon learning features activities to celebrate the year you’ve had and to ease your transition to your new school in September. Each day, there is an activity to do that focuses on a different aspect of the transition process, as well as a potential secondary school scenario that you can reflect on and discuss with the rest of your family. Click here for the activities.

Year 6 – Wednesday 15th July learning

15/07/20
Subject Activity
   
Prayer Click here for today’s prayer.
PE Miss Pringle has put together a timetable of activities for you to do each day in July, with different levels of challenge. Open it here. You’ll see that there are also tasks and activities to do at the weekend, so do have a go at those too.
Spelling Visit https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/68/59-Word-list-years-5-and-6—ph–to-res-, go to ‘Spelling Tiles’, then choose the ‘Segment Silhouette’ activity to practise this week’s words.
Reading 15 minutes of https://readtheory.org/
English Click here to open today’s English activities.
Times Tables http://timestables.me.uk/
Maths WALT use logical reasoning to solve a spatial puzzle.

Click here for today’s lesson.

Wider curriculum For this week, your afternoon learning features activities to celebrate the year you’ve had and to ease your transition to your new school in September. Each day, there is an activity to do that focuses on a different aspect of the transition process, as well as a potential secondary school scenario that you can reflect on and discuss with the rest of your family. Click here for the activities.

Year 6 – Tuesday 14th July learning

14/07/20
Subject Activity
Prayer Click here for today’s prayer.
PE Miss Pringle has put together a timetable of activities for you to do each day in July, with different levels of challenge. Open it here. You’ll see that there are also tasks and activities to do at the weekend, so do have a go at those too.
Handwriting Visit https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/68/59-Word-list-years-5-and-6—ph–to-res-, click on ‘Spelling Tiles’, then begin ‘Segment Puzzle’ to practise this week’s spellings.
Reading 15 minutes of https://readtheory.org/
English Click here to open today’s English activities.
Times Tables http://timestables.me.uk/
Maths WALT use practical skills to make and investigate Platonic solids.

Click here for today’s lesson.

Wider curriculum For this week, your afternoon learning will focus on computing. Most activities are unplugged, meaning they do not require electronic access. Each day, try and complete at least one of the activities.

Access the activities here.

Catholic Social Teaching

Last week we explored the principles of Catholic Social Teaching and learnt that the principle of human dignity is the parent principle

The phrase ‘Image of God’ comes from Genesis (1:26 and 1:27) which says that God made humans in God’s own image. “God said, ‘Let us make humankind in our image, according to our likeness; and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the birds of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the wild animals of the earth, and over every creeping thing that creeps upon the earth.’ So, God created humankind in his image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created image.” Gen 1:26, 27

 

Activities

When the Church writes its official teaching, it writes in Latin.

In Latin the phrase ‘Image of God’ is ‘Imago Dei’. We know that God has no physical body. God is pure spirit, so we can’t actually look like God. But we can be like God in our nature – in the way we act and speak and behave. We can be like God, being creative, not destructive.

The Principles of Catholic Social Teaching remind us how to be like God: how to act and be the image of God. Make some decorative signs that say ‘Imago Dei’ and put them on the mirrors in your house, so that when you look in the mirror and see yourself you are reminded that you are made in God’s image. You will find others if you google images, Imago Dei!

Year 6 – Monday 13th July learning

13/07/20
Subject Activity
Prayer Click here for today’s prayer.
PE Miss Pringle has put together a timetable of activities for you to do each day in July, with different levels of challenge. Open it here. You’ll see that there are also tasks and activities to do at the weekend, so do have a go at those too.
Handwriting Visit https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/68/59-Word-list-years-5-and-6—ph–to-res- to find this week’s words. Click ‘view words’ then copy into your handwriting book.
English Click here to open today’s English activities. You will see lots of activities based on an image; have a go at as few or as many activities as you wish.
Maths WALT use investigative skills and reasoning to solve problems.

Your final week of Maths learning is full of lots of fun and playful activities – enjoy!

Click here to open.

RE Click here to find your RE learning. Learn about the Catholic principle of being made in the image of God.
Wider curriculum For this week, your afternoon learning will focus on computing. Most activities are unplugged, meaning they do not require electronic access. Each day, try and complete at least one of the activities.

Access the activities here.

Year 6 – Friday 9th July learning

10/07/20
Subject Activity
Prayer Click here for today’s prayer.
PE Miss Pringle has put together a timetable of activities for you to do each day in July, with different levels of challenge. Open it here. You’ll see that there are also tasks and activities to do at the weekend, so do have a go at those too.
Handwriting Test yourself: https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/57/57-Word-list-years-5-and-6—g-to-le- -> Practice/Test -> Begin Test
Reading 15 minutes of https://readtheory.org/
English Click here to open today’s English activities.
Times Tables http://timestables.me.uk/
Maths WALT revise arithmetic, reasoning and problem-solving skills.

Bronze July 10

Bronze July 10 answers

Silver July 10

Silver July 10 answers

Gold July 10

Gold July 10 answers

Platinum July 10

Platinum July 10 answers

Wider curriculum For this week, your afternoon learning features activities to celebrate the year you’ve had and to ease your transition to your new school in September. Each day, there is an activity to do that focuses on a different aspect of the transition process, as well as a potential secondary school scenario that you can reflect on and discuss with the rest of your family. Click here for the activities.

Year 6 – Thursday 9th July learning

09/07/20
Subject Activity
   
Prayer Click here for today’s prayer.
PE Miss Pringle has put together a timetable of activities for you to do each day in July, with different levels of challenge. Open it here. You’ll see that there are also tasks and activities to do at the weekend, so do have a go at those too.
Handwriting Visit https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/58/58-Word-list-years-5-and-6—li–to-pe- and click on ‘Practice/Test’ followed by ‘Begin Practice’.
Reading 15 minutes of https://readtheory.org/
English Click here to open today’s English activities.
Times Tables http://timestables.me.uk/
Maths WALT revise arithmetic, reasoning and problem-solving skills.

Each day, you will be given a variety of questions of increasing difficulty. You have the choice of answering the bronze, silver, gold or platinum level questions. Choose your challenge and see if you can work your way up to platinum over the next two weeks.

1. Bronze July 9

1. Bronze July 9 answers

2. Silver July 9

2. Silver July 9 answers

3. Gold July 9

3. Gold July 9 answers

4. Platinum July 9

4. Platinum July 9 answers

Wider curriculum For this week, your afternoon learning features activities to celebrate the year you’ve had and to ease your transition to your new school in September. Each day, there is an activity to do that focuses on a different aspect of the transition process, as well as a potential secondary school scenario that you can reflect on and discuss with the rest of your family. Click here for the activities.

Year 6 – Wednesday 8th July learning

08/07/20
Subject Activity
Prayer Click here for today’s prayer.
PE Miss Pringle has put together a timetable of activities for you to do each day in July, with different levels of challenge. Open it here. You’ll see that there are also tasks and activities to do at the weekend, so do have a go at those too.
Spelling Visit https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/58/58-Word-list-years-5-and-6—li–to-pe-, go to ‘Spelling Tiles’, then choose the ‘Segment Silhouette’ activity to practise this week’s words.
Reading 15 minutes of https://readtheory.org/
English Click here to open today’s English activities.
Times Tables http://timestables.me.uk/
Maths WALT revise arithmetic, reasoning and problem-solving skills.

Each day, you will be given a variety of questions of increasing difficulty. You have the choice of answering the bronze, silver, gold or platinum level questions. Choose your challenge and see if you can work your way up to platinum over the next two weeks.

Bronze July 8

Bronze July 8 answers

Silver July 8

Silver July 8 answers

Gold July 8

Gold July 8 answers

Platinum July 8

Platinum July 8 answers

Wider curriculum For this week, your afternoon learning features activities to celebrate the year you’ve had and to ease your transition to your new school in September. Each day, there is an activity to do that focuses on a different aspect of the transition process, as well as a potential secondary school scenario that you can reflect on and discuss with the rest of your family. Click here for the activities.