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WELCOME TO

STANTON PRIMARY SCHOOL

Welcome to our website!

We are a small village school set in large grounds with super children, friendly staff and supportive parents and governors!

Our school ethos is to create a safe, caring, happy and stimulating learning environment where everyone feels valued and included in our school family. Our school motto 'We can... We will!' highlights our drive to aim for personal excellence in all we do!

Our committed staff provide an environment where individual needs are met to enable all our children to achieve their full potential and equip them with life skills necessary to prepare them for their future... And for them to leave each day with a smile on their face!

If you would like to book an appointment t come and look at our school in action, please ring to book an appointment.

Thank you for visiting!

Mrs Carla Norris (Headteacher)

Badger Class  - Miss Haywood 

Home Learning

Week commencing: 20/7/2020

Hi everyone! So, it’s our final two days of online learning! I hope that you have all enjoyed the activities that I have set each week.
Miss Haywood and I are super proud of all of the amazing work that you have done at home!!

 

Message for Year 6
All of the staff at Stanton have loved getting to know each and every one of you as you have grown as individuals. It was a pleasure to teach you in year 3/4 and I know Miss Haywood and Miss Seagrave have loved teaching you for the last two years. We are all going to miss you loads but your next journey into Secondary school is going to be super exciting. Continue to be amazing! We cant wait to see you in September.

 

Message for Year 5
I know Miss Haywood has loved teaching all of you this year! Miss Seagrave is super excited to be working with you again and I know Mr Hartshorn has lots of exciting things planned for you!

 

Thank you to your wonderful families for supporting you through this very strange time over the last few months! It’s been so lovely to hear from you all over email and Purple Mash/Education City and to keep in touch! I’ve really enjoyed seeing what you’ve been getting up to alongside your online work!

I’ve put some bits below of what you can do over the summer holiday to make sure that you are prepared for next year.

I hope you all have super summer holidays, filled with lots of exciting times! Remember to stay safe, keep smiling and most importantly have FUN!

Lots of love from,

Miss Disney

 

English:

  • Read some new books this summer. One of the things I love about the summer holidays is having more time to read. Find books that you’re interested in and enjoy reading them. You can also answer some of the reading homework questions that I have put in your reading diaries throughout this year.
  • Practise the year 5/6 statutory spellings.
  • Keep a dairy or write stories about your best days during this summer.

 

Maths:

  • Keep practise your tables on Rock stars.
  • Play some maths games on Top Marks https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games
  • Practise using column method to add and subtract.
  • Practise using compact column method to multiply and bus stop to divide.

 

Non-curriculum activities:

  • Do some baking
  • Go on bike rides
  • Play in the garden
  • Make mud pies
  • Go for family walks
  • Play at the park
  • Play lots of board games
  • Do some jigsaws
  • HAVE FUN!!!

 

 Hi Badgers

I am really impressed with the quality of writing I have seen this week!
I have thoroughly enjoyed reading all of your stories.

Keep up the amazing work!

I miss you all very much!
So remember to stay safe and keep smiling!

xXx Love From Miss Disney xXx

kdisney@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

Week commencing 13.07.20

Please complete the following tasks during the week. 

 

Maths: 

Year 5

Continue and complete your work on your Education City ‘Geometry City’. These include games based around 2D shape, 3D shape, angles, symmetry and co-ordinates. 2D shape, 3D shape, angles, symmetry and co-ordinates. For some of the games, there are additional activity sheets that can be printed off, or you could write your answers on paper if you don’t have a printer.

You can also continue with the White Rose Maths learning online if you have enjoyed doing this.

 

Year 6

This week, work on the content added to your Education City ‘Ratio and Proportion City’. For some of the games, there are additional activity sheets that can be printed off, or you could write your answers on paper if you don’t have a printer.

You can also continue with the White Rose Maths learning online if you have enjoyed doing this.

 

 

English

  1. Read chapter 7 of ‘The Time-Lock adventure’ on Purple Mash and answer the quiz questions.
  2. Now that we have finished the whole story, write a book review to give your views. (I will set these as a ‘2do’)
  3. Complete your work on the spelling, grammar and punctuation games on your Education City. (SPAG City)
  4. Write a letter to me, Miss Haywood or Miss Seagrave to tell one of us about some of your favourite experiences and best memories from this year. You can include things that happened at school or at home. Also try to include something you are looking forward to over the summer and when you return to school in September. I can’t wait to read all of your wonderful letters.


    You can write this by hand and email me a photograph of your letter, type it on word or send it to me through Purple Mash. (I have set it as a 2Do).

    Please send them to kdisney@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk and I will share them with the relevant member of staff.

PSHE – Have some fun!

Attached are some ideas. There are boredom busters, 100 fun things to do at home and some mindfulness cards to help you relax. These can be used into the summer holidays too! Enjoy.

 

Name
 100-fun-indoor-activity-ideas_ver_5.pdfDownload
 boredom-busters_ver_4.pdfDownload
 mindfulness-challenge-cards_ver_2.pdfDownload
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Computing: 2Code.

On purple mash, you should have by now watched the tutorials, had a go at the Chimp, Gibbon and Gorilla activities and worked through the coding principles, debug challenges and free code activities. Now sum up your learning by completing the games and quizzes in the last section.

 

Science: Evolution and inheritance.

We have been focusing on how different animals are adapted to survive and cope well in different environments.

For example:

  • Camels have long, thick eyebrows to shield their eyes from the sun and keep sand out.
  • Polar bears have a 4-inch layer of fat under their skin and thick fur to keep them warm.

 

Attached below is a document that has examples of which animals live in which environments. This week, you are going to develop a fact file page all about ocean animals. Include both information and diagrams to make it interesting for the reader. You can present this however you like!  Below is a document of example animals for each

Name
 Animal adaptation ideas.docxDownload
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PE: Keep active! 

Name
 Derbyshire School Games - Rugby Primary.pdfDownload
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Photographs 

Week commencing 06.07.20

Please complete the following tasks during the week. 

 

Maths: 

Year 5

Over the next two weeks, work on the content added to your Education City ‘Geometry City’. These include games based around 2D shape, 3D shape, angles, symmetry and co-ordinates. For some of the games, there are additional activity sheets that can be printed off, or you could write your answers on paper if you don’t have a printer.

You can also continue with the White Rose Maths learning online if you have enjoyed doing this.

 

Year 6

This week, work on the content added to your Education City ‘Statistics City’. These include games based around bar charts, line graphs, tables  and pie charts. For some of the games, there are additional activity sheets that can be printed off, or you could write your answers on paper if you don’t have a printer.

You can also continue with the White Rose Maths learning online if you have enjoyed doing this.

 

 

English

  1. Read chapter 6 of ‘The Time-Lock adventure’ on Purple Mash and answer the quiz questions.
  2. We have now seen how Dan and Seth react in various situations. Compare these two characters. (I will set these as a ‘2do’)
  3. Until the end of the school year, work on the spelling, grammar and punctuation games that have been added to your Education City. (SPAG City)
  4. Moving House

The document below will guide you through some writing activities based around the picture ’Moving House.’

There is a story starter that you can use to continue your own story, question time, sentence challenges, sentences to improve and a chance to draw your predictions.   

 

 

 

PSHE – Positive thinking

What Positives Have Come from Lockdown?

Lockdown is a difficult time when we may feel that the things we love and enjoy have been taken away from us. For example, we are unable to go to school, see our friends and family, take part in after-school activities or visit our favourite places.

During this difficult time, you may have learnt new skills, discovered new talents and found more of your special qualities. These positives need to be captured and celebrated.

Can you take some time to think about what positives being in lockdown has taught us?

Complete the activity below.

 

Computing: 2Code.

On purple mash, you should have by now watched the tutorials, had a go at the Chimp, Gibbon and Gorilla activities and worked through the coding principles and debug challenges. Now have a go at the activities in the ‘free code’ section.

 

Science: Evolution and inheritance.

Over the next few weeks, we will be focusing on how different animals are adapted to survive and cope well in different environments.

For example:

  • Camels have long, thick eyebrows to shield their eyes from the sun and keep sand out.
  • Polar bears have a 4-inch layer of fat under their skin and thick fur to keep them warm.

 

Attached below is a document that has examples of which animals live in which environments. This week, you are going to develop a fact file page all about rainforest animals. Include both information and diagrams to make it interesting for the reader. You can present this however you like!  Below is a document of example animals for each

 

 

Art:

On you tube, watch the plan bee Art of Africa lesson.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jm5uhIvJFsw

 

This will help you step by step to explore African buildings, designs and patterns. If you need extra help or can’t access the video, you can use the help sheet below.

 

Name
 Animal adaptation ideas.docxDownload
 Art of Africa Work4.pdfDownload
 Moving_House_2.pdfDownload
 what-positives-have-come-from-lockdown-worksheet_ver_5.pdfDownload
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PE: Keep active! 

Below are the documents developed by Derbyshire School Games. There is a challenge for each day using a range of equipment you may already have at home for a range of different sports.

Name
 Derbyshire School Games - Racket Sports Primary[3573].pdfDownload
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Week commencing 29.06.20

Please complete the following tasks during the week. 

 

Maths: 

Year 5 and 6.

Continue and complete the content on your Education City ‘Measures City’. These include games based around converting measurements, area and perimeter, time and problem solving. For some of the games, there are additional activity sheets that can be printed off, or you could write your answers on paper if you don’t have a printer.

You can also continue with the White Rose Maths learning online if you have enjoyed doing this.
 

English

  1. Read chapter 5 of ‘The Time-Lock adventure’ on Purple Mash and answer the quiz questions.
  2. Seth is in a dangerous situation. What will he do next? Write the next part of the story. (I will set these as a ‘2do’)
  3. Until the end of the school year, work on the spelling, grammar and punctuation games that have been added to your Education City. (SPAG City)
  4. Land-Ahoy!

You have been at sea for a very long time. The food and water are about to run out. The crew are scared and on the verge of mutiny. Suddenly, land is spotted in the distance. The boats are lowered and you set off for the beach. What happens next?

Use the words, phrases and sentence openers in the document below to write your story.

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 Land-Ahoy!-Extended-Writing-Genius.pdfDownload
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PSHE - Friendship

Write a recipe for friendship. What do you need to be a great friend? There is an example below to help you.

Name
 friendship_recipe.docDownload
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Computing: 2Code.

On purple mash, you should have by now watched the tutorials, had a go at the Chimp, Gibbon and Gorilla activities and worked through the coding principles. Now have a go at the extra debug challenge section.

 

Science: Evolution and inheritance.

Over the next few weeks, we will be focusing on how different animals are adapted to survive and cope well in different environments.

For example:

  • Camels have long, thick eyebrows to shield their eyes from the sun and keep sand out.
  • Polar bears have a 4-inch layer of fat under their skin and thick fur to keep them warm.

 

Attached below is a document that has examples of which animals live in which environments. This week, you are going to develop a fact file page all about polar animals. Include both information and diagrams to make it interesting for the reader. You can present this however you like!  Below is a document of example animals for each

Name
 Animal adaptation ideas.docxDownload
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Art:

On you tube, watch the plan bee Art Illusions art lesson.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUM5cpJrZrU

This will help you step by step to create vanishing word art. If you need extra help or can’t access the video, you can use the help sheet below.

Name
 Art Illusions Work1.pdfDownload
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PE: Keep active! 

Below are the documents developed by Derbyshire School Games. There is a challenge for each day using a range of equipment you may already have at home for a range of different sports.

Name
 Derbyshire School Games Boccia Primary[3497].pdfDownload
 SD Medal Design Competition.pdfDownload
 SD Virtual Competition - Friday Netball.pdfDownload
 SD Virtual Competition - Monday Athletics.pdfDownload
 SD Virtual Competition - Thursday Golf.pdfDownload
 SD Virtual Competition - Tuesday Cricket.pdfDownload
 SD Virtual Competition - Wednesday Football.pdfDownload
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Photographs 

Week beginning 22.06.20

Home Learning 

 Happy Monday everyone! Well done for all the super work completed last week - some of you had some fabulous ideas for the kitchen poetry task!

The time has come for me to begin my maternity leave. From now on, Miss Disney will be uploading the online learning for me each week and will be available for you to contact via E-mail for any queries or to share any work. kdisney@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

Thank you all so much for the well wishes over the last few months, they have been very much appreciated. I am so proud of each and every one of you and how you have adapted so well to the circumstances. I have missed you so much and wish that I could have spent the last few months with you. Wishing you the best of luck next year, either at your new Secondary School or in Year 6! New exciting times are coming for you and I really hope to be able to see you again soon to hear all about it.

Stay safe and as always, keep smiling :)

Lots of love from Miss Haywood x  

 

Week commencing 22.06.20

Please complete the following tasks during the week. 

 

Maths: 

Year 5 and 6.

Over the next two weeks, work on the content added to your Education City ‘Measures City’. These include games based around converting measurements, area and perimeter, time and problem solving. For some of the games, there are additional activity sheets that can be printed off, or you could write your answers on paper if you don’t have a printer.

You can also continue with the White Rose Maths learning online if you have enjoyed doing this.

 

 

English:

  1. Read chapter 4 of ‘The Time-Lock adventure’ on Purple Mash and answer the quiz questions.
  2. Write part of this chapter as a playscript. (I will set these as a ‘2do’)
  3. Until the end of the school year, work on the spelling, grammar and punctuation games that have been added to your Education City. (SPAG City)
  4. What would you like to be when you grow up?

Imagine yourself as a young adult. What job would you like to do? Now, imagine that you have seen an advert online for that dream job and you are going to apply for it!

 

Your task is to write a letter to the company applying for the role.

You must:

  • Neatly present your letter
  • Set the letter out correctly including addresses
  • Use paragraphs
  • Use formal and persuasive language
  • Explain why you want to do the job
  • Explain what qualities you have that would make you good for the job

 

Topic: 

PSHE - Friendship

Write responses to scenario cards ‘How can I help?’.

 

Computing: 2Code.

On purple mash, you should have by now watched the tutorials, had a go at the Chimp and Gibbon activities and worked through the coding principles. Now have a go at the Gorilla activities.

 

Science: Evolution and inheritance.

Over the next few weeks, we will be focusing on how different animals are adapted to survive and cope well in different environments.

For example:

  • Camels have long, thick eyebrows to shield their eyes from the sun and keep sand out.
  • Polar bears have a 4-inch layer of fat under their skin and thick fur to keep them warm.

 

Attached below is a document that has examples of which animals live in which environments. This week, you are going to develop a fact file page all about desert animals. Include both information and diagrams to make it interesting for the reader. You can present this however you like!

 

 

Art:

On you tube, watch the plan bee Extreme Earth art lesson.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxNi3WasdYo

 

This will help you step by step to create an effective colour tornado. If you need extra help or can’t access the video, you can use the help sheet below. There’s also an opportunity to create a 3D tornado.

 

PE: Keep active! 

Below are the documents developed by Derbyshire School Games. There is a challenge for each day using a range of equipment you may already have at home for a range of different sports.

 

Name
 Animal adaptation ideas.docxDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Athletics Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Cricket Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Football Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Golf Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Gymnastics Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Netball Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Orienteering Primary.pdfDownload
 Extreme Earth Art Work2.pdfDownload
 how-can-you-help-friendship-scenario-cards-_ver_2.pdfDownload
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Photographs week beginning 15.06.20

Home Learning 

 

Good morning everyone! Well done for all the fantastic work completed last week. I have been so pleased with the updates I've received. There's lots of creativity flowing recently and it's lovely to see you enjoying yourselves with the work set and your own chosen projects. Keep up the good work! I miss you lots! 

Love Miss Haywood x

ahaywood@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

Week commencing 15.06.20

Please complete the following tasks during the week. 

 

Maths: 

Year 5

  1. Complete this week’s home learning on comparing and understanding percentages and adding decimals provided by White Rose Maths. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

You can find follow up work by going to BBC bitesize and choosing the relevant day. (New content will be added daily) https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons/1

 

  1. Complete the fractions, decimals and percentages visual task below.

 

Year 6

  1. Complete this week’s home learning on simple algebra and converting units of measure provided by White Rose Maths. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

You can find follow up work by going to BBC bitesize and choosing the relevant day. (New content will be added daily)

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

 

  1. Continue the new city created for you on Education City named ‘Algebra City’.

 

 

Name
 t2-m-2454-year-5-visual-representations-of-fractions-decimals-and-percentages-differentiated-activity-s_ver_2.pdfDownload
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English

  1. Read chapter 3 of ‘The Time-Lock adventure’ on Purple Mash and answer the quiz questions.
  2. In this chapter, Dan was put to work in a bustling kitchen. Write a poem to describe the sights and sounds around him. (I will set these as a ‘2do’)
  3. Complete the spelling, grammar and punctuation task based on your reading of chapter 3 that is attached below.

 

  1. Last week, you were challenged to design a new exciting product that you think will make lots of money! If you haven’t already, look back at last weeks task and complete the drafting process. Next, you must design a final version of a flyer/leaflet advertising your product. Try and use lots of persuasive techniques! You could also create and film an advert on your phone or ipad that persuades people to buy it. It would be really great if you could actually make an example of your product to show if you can!

 

 

 

  1. Practise your spellings for this week:

Year 5

Year 6

amateur

ancient

bargain

muscle

queue

recognise

twelfth

identity

develop

harass

 

possibly

horribly

terribly

visibly

incredibly

sensibly

forcibly

legibly

responsibly

reversibly

 

 

Apply these spellings by writing each one in a sentence of your own to show your understanding of the word. 

Name
 the_time_lock_adventure_SPaG_ch3.pdfDownload
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Topic

PSHE – Self-esteem

Complete the activity below on changing negative thoughts into positive thoughts.

 

Computing: Coding

On purple mash, you should have by now watched the tutorials and had a go at the Chimp and Gibbon activities. Now, work through the ‘Coding Principles’ sections where you will learn new coding skills for your own programming.

 

Science:

The wildlife trust are holding a free 30 days of wild event! There are random acts of wild to do each day, a bingo card to try and complete, activities such as how to build a bird nest and you can also tune into Wildlife Wednesdays on their YouTube channel! 

For more information and to sign up for lots of free resources go to https://action.wildlifetrusts.org/page/57739/petition/1

 

Art: Japanese Art

On you tube, watch the plan bee Japanese art lesson. (I know lots of you are very into this at the moment!)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XU0CqwPkSF8

This will help you step by step to draw effective Japanese characters. If you need extra help or can’t access the video, you can use the help sheet below.

 

Some fun brain teasers:

Extreme Earth. Test your Geography knowledge here!

 

PE: Keep active! 

Below are the documents developed by Derbyshire School Games. There is a challenge for each day using a range of equipment you may already have at home for golf, football, netball, orienteering, cricket or gymnastics. 

Name
 Derbyshire School Games Athletics Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Cricket Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Football Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Golf Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Gymnastics Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Netball Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Orienteering Primary.pdfDownload
 Extreme Earth Brain Teasers.pdfDownload
 Japanese Art Work7.pdfDownload
 making-negative-thoughts-into-positive-thoughts-activity-sheet-english.pdfDownload
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Photographs week beginning 08.06.20

Home Learning 

 

I hope you've all had a lovely week! Thank you to those who have sent me updates via E-mail and also those who have completed super work on Purple Mash. I know it can be hard to stay motivated but keep going - you're all doing a fantastic job! Keep smiling and let's wish for the sun to appear again soon!

Love Miss Haywood x

ahaywood@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

Week commencing 08.06.20

Please complete the following tasks during the week. 

 

Maths: 

Year 5

  1. Complete this week’s home learning on comparing and understanding decimals provided by White Rose Maths. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

You can find follow up work by going to BBC bitesize and choosing the relevant day. (New content will be added daily) https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons/1

 

  1. Have a go at the decimals and fractions challenge cards below. There is also a matching pairs game to play with a family member that you could print off/copy and cut out.

 

 

Year 6

  1. Complete this week’s home learning on simple algebra and equations provided by White Rose Maths. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

You can find follow up work by going to BBC bitesize and choosing the relevant day. (New content will be added daily)

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

 

  1. Complete the new city created for you on Education City named ‘Algebra City’.

 

Name
 t2-m-17438-tenths-hundredths-and-thousandths-matching-cards-_ver_2.pdfDownload
 t2-m-2289-year-5-fractions-and-decimals-read-write-decimals-as-fractions-maths-mastery-challenge-cards.pdfDownload
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English:

  1. Read chapter 2 of ‘The Time-Lock adventure’ on Purple Mash and answer the quiz questions.
  2. Write about an era you would like to time travel to. Explain why you would like to visit that period in time. (I will set these as a ‘2do’)
  3. Complete the spelling, grammar and punctuation task based on your reading of chapter 2 that is attached below.

 

  1. You are to design a new exciting product to advertise that you think will make lots of money! To prepare your sales pitch, you must do the following:

 

  • Produce a draft drawing of the product a draft a description of the product – why would people want to buy it?
  • Produce a costing sheet, including the cost of materials, packaging, distribution, and marketing, as well as the recommended retail price
  • Design a company name and logo, identifying your target audience
  • Draft a design of the packaging that would appeal to people if they saw it on the shelves or online.

 

 

 

  1. Practise your spellings for this week:

Year 5

Year 6

sincere

interfere

sphere

adhere

severe

persevere

atmosphere

mere

hemisphere

austere

 

possible

horrible

terrible

visible

incredible

sensible

forcible

legible

responsible

reversible

 

 

Apply these spellings by writing each one in a sentence of your own to show your understanding of the word. 

 

Name
 the_time_lock_adventure_SPaG_ch2.pdfDownload
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Topic work:

PSHE – Self-esteem

Complete the ‘What makes me special’ activity below.

 

Computing: Coding

On purple mash, go to computing and 2code. Watch the video tutorials to get an overview of how coding works and play on a selection of the ‘Chimp’ activities if you didn’t do so last week. Now, choose coding activities from the ‘Gibbon’ section to learn even more about coding.

 

Science:

The wildlife trust are holding a free 30 days of wild event! There are random acts of wild to do each day, a bingo card to try and complete, activities such as how to build a bird nest and you can also tune into Wildlife Wednesdays on their YouTube channel! 

For more information and to sign up for lots of free resources go to https://action.wildlifetrusts.org/page/57739/petition/1

 

Art: Plant Art

On YouTube, watch the plan bee plant art lesson. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yo8_Eomau2U

This will help you step by step to draw effective trees. If you need extra help or can’t access the video, you can use the help sheets below.

 

Some fun brain teasers:

Countries of the world! Test your Geography knowledge here!

 

PE: Keep active! 

Below are the documents developed by Derbyshire School Games. There is a challenge for each day using a range of equipment you may already have at home for golf, football, netball, orienteering or cricket. 

Name
 Countries of the World Brain Teaser.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Athletics Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Cricket Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Football Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Golf Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Netball Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Orienteering Primary.pdfDownload
 Plant Art Work4.pdfDownload
 what_makes_me_special.docDownload
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Photographs week beginning 01.06.20

Home Learning 

 

I hope you all had a fabulous 'half-term' week! Again, please do keep me updated with all the fun things you get up to and the learning you complete this week through E-mail, or contact me if you need any support. I love hearing from you! I hope you are all safe and well. 

Love Miss Haywood x

ahaywood@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

Week commencing 01.06.20

Please complete the following tasks during the week. 

 

Maths: 

Year 5

Complete this week’s home learning on multiplying fractions and fractions of amounts provided by White Rose Maths. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

You can find follow up worksheets by going to BBC bitesize and choosing the relevant day https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zhgppg8/year-5-and-p6-lessons/1

 

Year 6

Complete this week’s home learning on converting fractions, decimals and percentages provided by White Rose Maths. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

You can find follow up worksheets by going to BBC bitesize and choosing the relevant day

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zncsscw/year-6-and-p7-lessons/1

 

 

English:

  1. Read chapter 1 of ‘The Time-Lock adventure’ on Purple Mash and answer the quiz questions.
  2. Think of different reasons why Mr Penrose might have such a large collection of historical artefacts. (I will set these as a ‘2do’)

 

  1. Cartoon Strips

Create cartoon strips about absolutely anything! You could write your favourite story as a cartoon, turn a news event into a cartoon, or even create your own characters, plots and settings.

Name
 Cartoon Strips template.pdfDownload
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4. Practise your spellings for this week:

Year 5

Year 6

nearby

everywhere

nowhere

inside

downstairs

outside

upstairs

underneath

behind

somewhere

 

shoulder

smoulder

mould

poultry

soul

shallow

window

blown

known

thrown

 

 

You could also apply these spellings by writing each one in a sentence of your own to show your understanding of the word. 

 

PSHE – Showing kindness

Complete the Exploring kindness and kindness goals activities below.

 

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 Exploring_Kindness.pdfDownload
 KindnessGoals.pdfDownload
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Computing: Coding

On purple mash, go to computing and 2code. Watch the video tutorials to get an overview of how coding works. Choose coding activities from the ‘Chimp’ section to get you started with understanding the skill.

 

 

PE: Keep active! 

Below are the documents developed by Derbyshire School Games. There is a challenge for each day using a range of equipment you may already have at home for golf, football, netball, orienteering or athletics. 

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 Derbyshire School Games Athletics Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Football Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Golf Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Netball Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Orienteering Primary.pdfDownload
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Science:

 

The wildlife trust are holding a free 30 days of wild event! There are random acts of wild to do each day, a bingo card to try and complete, activities such as how to build a bird nest and you can also tune into Wildlife Wednesdays on their YouTube channel!

For more information and to sign up for lots of free resources go to https://action.wildlifetrusts.org/page/57739/petition/1

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 30 days random acts of wild.pdfDownload
 30 Days Wild Bingo.pdfDownload
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Some fun brain teasers:

Animals of the world!

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 Animals of the World Brainteasers.pdfDownload
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Photographs Week beginning 25.05.20

Half term Home Learning/Fun activities

 

Well done for all of your hard work last week. Please keep me updated with all the fun things you get up to this week. I love receiving your photographs - they really make me smile!

Happy half term – HAVE A FABULOUS WEEK! Love Miss Haywood x

ahaywood@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

 

 

Maths

  • Practise your times tables on Timestables Rockstars.

 

Reading

  • When reading at home, choose 3 of the reading homework activities already in your reading record to complete. 
  • Design a new book cover for one of your favourite books.

 

 

Some ideas to look after your wellbeing. Do as many of these activities as you want!

 

  • Learn something new
  • Do an act of kindness for somebody
  • Create a family tree
  • Cook or bake something
  • Watch your favourite TV programme or film
  • Make a den
  • Play a family board game
  • Make something out of recycling items
  • Read a book
  • Do some gardening
  • Go on a bike ride
  • Eat a sweet treat
  • Laugh until your tummy hurts
  • Go outside and play in the (hopefully) nice weather
  • Go for a relaxing walk or jog
  • Decorate a pebble to hide for someone to find
  • Spend time doing your favourite hobby
  • Rest
  • Create a scrapbook of your favourite memories
  • Get messy
  • Phone/face-time friends
  • Create an obstacle course
  • Write a letter, make a card or a make a small gift for someone you miss and love
  • Do something you’ve never done before

 

Photographs week beginning 18.05.20

Home Learning 

 

Hi everyone, I hope you've all had a super week! I was so impressed with your work last week! Lots of you have been logging into the online learning platforms and I have received lots of lovely E-mails updating me on what you've been up to. I'm happy to hear you enjoyed creating your own fantasy schools - well done! Make sure you're doing lots of activities that make you smile - I've started painting a picture to frame for the baby's nursery. (If it turns out ok I will show you! Hehe)

Stay safe, be kind and keep smiling :) x

If you have any queries about the learning activities or would like to share photographs, then you can contact me via email at: 

 ahaywood@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

 

Week commencing 18.05.20

Please complete the following tasks during the week. 

 

Maths:   

*Update - You can find the relevant worksheets for each White Rose lesson by visiting BBC Bitesize. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons

 

Year 5

Complete this week’s home learning on adding and subtracting fractions provided by White Rose Maths. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-5/

If you have forgotten the difference between improper fractions and mixed numbers, you can revise this through White Rose using lesson 3 from the work they provided last week.

 

Year 6

Complete this week’s home learning on multiplying and dividing involving decimals provided by White Rose Maths. https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/

 

 

English:

  1. Read chapter 5 and 6 of ‘The Haunting of Rose Cottage’ on Purple Mash and answer the quiz questions. 
  2. Now that you have finished reading The Haunting of Rose Cottage, write a book review. (I will set these as a ‘2do’)
  3. The mirror in the attic

The document below will guide you through some writing activities based around the picture of ‘The mirror in the attic’.

There is a story starter that you can use to continue your own story, question time, sentence challenges, sentences to improve and a chance to draw your predictions.  

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 The_mirror_in_the_attic.pdfDownload
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4. Practise your spellings for this week:

Year 5

Year 6

yesterday

tomorrow

later

immediately

earlier

eventually

recently

previously

finally

lately

 

produce

present

reason

silence

support

transport

surprise

scratch

freeze

balance

 

 You could also apply these spellings by writing each one in a sentence of your own to show your understanding of the word. 

 

PSHE/ICT - Cyberbullying:

  1. Dustin receives unkind communication online. Can you give him advice as to what he should do? (Purple Mash 2do)
  2. Work through the scenario cards attached below.
  3. Create a ‘STOP cyber-bullying’ poster or leaflet that we could put up in our school.

This should include:

  • A definition of what cyber-bullying is.
  • What you can do if you are receiving unkind comments online.
  • How cyber-bullying might make somebody feel.
  • How you can help somebody who is being bullied online.

 

    4. Create a bucket list of all the things you'd like to do when life begins to return to normal! It doesn't matter how big or small. For example: hug a family member or visit a new place like a waterpark. You can draw your own bucket or use the template below. 

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 Bucket.docDownload
 Scenario Activity Cards.pdfDownload
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PE: Keep active! 

Below are the documents developed by Derbyshire School Games. There is a challenge for each day using a range of equipment you may already have at home for golf, football, netball or orienteering. 

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 Derbyshire School Games Football Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Golf Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Netball Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Orienteering Primary.pdfDownload
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Photographs week beginning 11.05.20

Home Learning 

 

Hi everyone,

It was so lovely to see some of the fantastic V.E day activities taking place on Friday and lots of you are working really hard on the learning set on our page each week. I am so proud of you! Keep up the good work and keep smiling. Sending you all virtual hugs (or high fives if hugs aren’t your thing!). 

Here is your home learning for this week. :) Check out last weeks photographs below.

Love Miss Haywood x

 

If you have any queries about the learning activities or would like to share photographs, then you can contact me via email at: 

 ahaywood@stanton.derbyshire.sch.uk

 

Week commencing 11.05.20

Please complete the following tasks during the week. 

 

Maths: 

  1. Complete the games based around ‘Time’ set for you on Purple Mash.
  2. Complete the ‘Time’ activities attached in the document below for your year group. The activities get harder as you go along – see how far you can get!
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 Year 6 Time questions doc.pdfDownload
 Year-5 Time questions Task 1.pdfDownload
 Year-5 Time questions Task 2 .pdfDownload
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English:

  1. Read chapter 4 of ‘The Haunting of Rose Cottage’ on Purple Mash and answer the quiz questions.
  2. Using evidence of the story so far, use prediction to write the next part of the story (I will set these as a ‘2do’)

3. Fantasy school brochure

 Invent your own fantasy school and create a brochure persuading parents to send their children to your school.

Contents of your brochure:

  • Front cover – picture and details such as name of school and logo.
  • Description of the school – what are the school values? Why should parents choose your school?
  • School lessons - what unusual or interesting things do the children learn?
  • Plan of the school - what exciting areas does it have?
  • Pictures and descriptions of the teachers.
  • Quotes from existing children - what do they like about the school?
  • Map of the school, address and contact details.

If you wanted to, you could also create a 3D model of your school out of lego or recyclable materials!

 

 4. Practise your spellings for this week:

Year 5

Year 6

plough

bough

drought

brought

bought

wrought

thought

ought

borough

thorough

 

challenge

protest

broadcast

benefit

charge

function

influence

interest

object

damage

 

 

You could also apply these spellings by writing each one in a sentence of your own to show your understanding of the word. 

 

PSHE:

Friends and Family

Work through the powerpoint and activities based around ‘Our Special People’ You will:

  • identify the qualities of positive friendships and family relationships
  • explain how friends and family show they care for and value each other
  • describe what is most important in a friendship or family relationship
  • recognise that friendships and family relationships may change for different reasons and how to manage this
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 LESSON - KS2 Home learning - Our Special People.pptxDownload
 Resource 1 - Friends and family statements.docxDownload
 Resource 2 - Zone of relevance.docxDownload
 Resource 3 - Friend and family scenarios.docxDownload
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PE: Keep active! 

Below are the documents developed by Derbyshire School Games. There is a challenge for each day using a range of equipment you may already have at home for golf, football or netball. 

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 Derbyshire School Games Football Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Golf Primary.pdfDownload
 Derbyshire School Games Netball Primary.pdfDownload
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Photographs week beginning 04.05.20

Please use these useful websites as an extra learning resource as and when you need to:

 

www.purplemash.com

 

 www.twinkl.co.uk

There are free home learning work packs available here.

 

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/

 Make a record of books that you have read in the back of your reading record. 

 

https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth

  

https://www.derbyshire.gov.uk/leisure/libraries/ebooks/ebooks-emagazines-and-eaudiobooks.aspx

 

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

 

https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/

 

https://www.planbee.com

 

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/7-11-years

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga

 

https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1

Keep active 

 

Photographs week beginning 27.04.20

Photographs week beginning 20.04.20

Some great photographs sent in so far! 

KS2 have been developing their football skills this afternoon. They have really enjoyed working together in their house teams.

We enjoyed playing parachute games in the first week and showing off our new Stanton P.E. kits! We worked well in teams.