We hope you and your family are keeping safe and well during these unprecedented times. It is very important to support your child's learning at home during the school closure through practicing times tables, reading for pleasure and active learning. Your child should have an Education City login as well as a Bug Club login to support their reading whilst at home.
We have attached some work and useful websites below to support home learning. The work below includes the date that it was added, however please use it in a manner that best supports your home learning and your child's pace. Also, you may wish to look at other class pages to find milder or hotter activities.
Tuesday – BBC Bitesize lesson on using inverted commas
Wednesday – BBC Bitesize lesson on mastering inverted commas
We are really keen to see what the children are getting up to at home and to put some photos on to Twitter and the school website. Additionally, it would be lovely to have photos that celebrate and thank the NHS and key workers. These do not have to be photos of your child but things that they have created such as posters, poems, rainbows or thank you cards. If you have anything you are happy to share, please send it to email@example.com
There are lots of ideas on our Summerfield P.E. page to help to keep you all active and healthy during school closure.
Additionally, School Games have put together weekly packs of physical activity ideas for your children to do at home. Parents can log in and track their children's activity levels, the details are included in the pack below:
English (22-06-2020) Poetry
This week, we are learning about poetry. Do you know any poems? What do you know about poetry?
Poetry is a text type that might focus on feelings, thoughts or ideas. There are lots of different types of poems. These include limericks, acrostic poems, shape poems and free verse. Poems might rhyme but they don't have to. Usual rules of word order and punctuation aren't always followed in poems.
Monday – L.O. To understand that there are different types of poems
Tuesday – L.O. To explain why I like a poem
Wednesday – L.O. To revise how to write a poem and create one of your own.
Thursday – L.O. To explore inference questions using a poem.
Friday – L.O. To create my own poem
Add at least one thing from this list to your story:
Read your story carefully and edit any errors.
English - Assessments (08-06-2020)
As we have missed our test week this term, have a go at these assessments! You do not need to print them out, you can use the reading booklets to answer the questions in the answer booklets and write your answers down on paper. Once you are finished, you can check your answers and mark your work using the mark scheme document. Aim to get at least half of the questions correct.
This page has been created to support parents during COVID-19 and the closure of schools. Each fortnight, we will be releasing new home activity packs with simple 15 minute activities you can do with your child to support their online safety at a time when they will spending more time online at home.
Oak National Academy Daily online lessons in English, Maths and a Foundation subject
BBC Bitesize daily lessons Daily lessons in Maths and English as well as regular lessons in Science, History and Geography.
Hit the Button An interactive maths game with quick fire questions on number bonds, times tables, doubling and halving, multiples, division facts and square numbers.
Young People's Trust for the Environment This website has Home Learning Packs which include suggestions for practical activities you can do alongside your children, as well as those that they can do independently. A new pack is released every Friday.
Dallas Symphony Orchestra - games, listen and learn, and various teacher resources, from the Dallas Symphony Orchestra.
New York Philharmonic Orchestra: Great graphics and fun games (like the clarinet scavenger hunt) make this New York Philharmonic website great, especially for instrumental students.
London Symphony Orchestra A video performance of Ravel’s Bolero in which the listener can experience the orchestra from multiple points of view
House of Sound - A series of short films exploring the science of sound, music and musical instruments
Audible has made 100s of its audio books free to listen to. Click on the link, no sign up is required
Draw with Rob Biddulph Every Tuesday and Thursday at 10:00am
Learning by questions
LbQ has hundreds of online classroom resources that children can work through at their own pace while receiving marking and feedback as they go. This is a really useful, easy to use website. Click on the subjects to visit the page.
The Literacy Company offers fantastic home learning resources for writing, poetry and spelling.
Virtual Field Trips (13-04-2020)
Explore different places and make notes as you go. Choose an image or item that interests you and draw and label it.
British Museum, London (The Museum of the World)
Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam Here is where you can find the largest collection of artworks by van Gogh, including more than 200 paintings and 500 drawings.
Machu Picchu This voice-guided tour takes you high up in the Andes mountains of Peru for 360-degree views of this world wonder. The 11 different tour stops show off ruins of Inca settlements and a lush green landscape.
Take a look at the real surface of Mars, recorded by NASA’s Curiosity rover. Get started here.
Explore and learn about the rainforest.
David Walliams is uploading a free audio book every day for 30 days. You can listen live every day at 11am or catch up at another time during the day.
Get access to thousands of books online and listen along with audio support. Just click a category that interests you and then browse the books. If you see one that you like click on 'info' and read the blurb. If it still looks good then just click 'info' again and you can see the book level and Accelerated Reader quiz number. Finally, just click 'read' and enjoy.
VE Day - or Victory in Europe Day - marks the day towards the end of World War Two (WW2) when fighting against Nazi Germany in Europe came to an end. The 8th May 2020 marks 75 years since the original VE Day! If you would like to find out more or complete some fun activities to celebrate, have a look at these documents: