World Record Art Lesson
21st May, 4- 4.30 PM BST | 8-8.30 AM PST.
Learn to draw with World Book Day author and illustrator, Rob Biddulph, break the Guinness World Records title for largest online art lesson ever and raise money to fight COVID-19!
Simply click on the link below and enter your email to register and be reminded about the lesson. Let's all come together and make history!
Below is a PowerPoint and resources for a PSHE lesson. Enjoy :-)
Below is a link to our Home Learning PE page.
On this page, you’ll find lots of exciting activities to keep you active at home – have fun
Challenges - May
Why not try the following puzzles all about Roald Dahl's BFG to keep you entertained and your brain sharp? There are also some fun Science activities about plants to complete too.
Friday 8th May 2020 - VE Day
This Friday is VE Day. This stands for Victory in Europe Day and it marks the day towards the end of World War Two, when fighting against Nazi Germany came to an end in Europe. I am going to make a banner and decorate my front room to hold a VE Day party. Why don't you do the same? You could dress up wearing red, white and blue - the colours of our flag. I would love to see any photos of you celebrating this with your family.
Below are some activities for you to help you celebrate this day at home.
Challenges - April
English - This week, I would like you to read the booklet 'The Truth About Trolls'. Once you have read it, complete a couple of pages a day as part of your English Home Schooling. If you have a printer at home, you could print the pages off but don't worry if you do not have a printer - just complete the work using a pencil and paper.
Listen to 'The Case Of The Missing Carrot Cake' read by Wanda Sykes by clicking on the following link. Perfect just before bed! Why not get someone at home to video you reading your favourite book? You could then email me your video for me to share with others.
Maths - click on this link to access White Rose Maths Summer Term Week 3. Here, you can watch a video lesson and then use a pen and paper to complete the maths work. Or, if you have a printer, you can print off each lesson to complete. Once you have finished your maths, you can check the answers to see how many you got right. If you wish, you can take a photograph of your completed maths and email it me as I would love to see your work!
Why not try the following puzzles all about chocolate to keep you entertained and your brain sharp? Yum yum