Badger Class - Miss Latif
Good Morning Tuesday,
Thank you for everyone’s hard work last week. You are amazing!!Keep it up!!
Make sure that today you get a chance to go out and enjoy the snow but stay safe too by wearing the proper clothing.
I have been out in the garden this morning. I made some food for the wild birds and I made sure I put fresh water out for them too. I have cleared the pavement too as my good deed for the day and got fresh air and exercise in too.
I have attached a photo of my snowman which is over 6ft tall!! Please send in your snow people to add to our gallery!
Thank you to everyone who has sent me messages, it is so heartening and believe me they make me smile.
I have attached this week’s learning and resources. This week the Maths is on Seesaw and White Rose sheets. The White Rose worksheets are attached to the bottom of the weekly planning. Year 5 followed by Year 6. These need to be done in order as the skills are being built on. I have added some arithmetic practice games on Purple Mash however this is just revision and not the core work.
Please can you follow the daily plan.
Work should be uploaded to Seesaw as the work can be uploaded to your file and then we can comment or send you a smiley face. Some activities have also been set on Seesaw for next week.
There are a number of practice activities for Maths but these are skills based and are not the core work.
Please remember you can dip into the activities that the BBC and Jane Considine are also doing.
I hope you have all logged into Epic as the book choice is great and I can see what you are reading. There is so much choice ,I have read a few of the books too.
As a challenge this week, take some photos of you reading in unusual places and I will put you in our picture gallery. This will be our extreme reading gallery!!Please ask permission before you do this and for help if needed.
Next week is child mental health week and we will be doing lots of self-care activities and the week after is Safer Internet Day and I have attached some useful resources.
Have an awesome week!!
Run out of books you are interested in then hop on over to the Oak Academy who have teamed up with the NATIONAL LITERACY TRUST and are offering free books and audiobooks. This week you can watch a video from Jacqueline Wilson for free and there are fun activities to do at:
Please keep active get outside. I have been getting my steps up and have also begun to run as I said I wanted to do couch to 5k. What have you done to challenge yourself ?
I have also been out in the garden and can see signs of Spring. My daffodils are sprouting and there are other changes too. Please post pictures of your garden or your new challenge. I had some fantastic photos of well-being Wednesday last week!
I am in school next week again but please stay in touch and I look forward to seeing all your hard work!
Please keep active daily and use our new P.E. website or join in with Joe Wicks on Monday,Wednesday and Friday mornings.
I have a added the BBC Bitesize timetable which you could
dip into for variety.
Last year my Year 5 and 6's enjoyed doing Sentence Stackers
on Youtube with Jane Considine. This is a fabulous and fun way
to develop writing ,I have attached a reminder of these lessons
Please be aware that Gavin Williamson ,The Secretary of State for Education has stated that Key Stage 2 SATs for Year 6 have been cancelled. I will update you on any further developments.
I hope you all had a fantastic holiday and a brilliant start to the New Year.
If you would like to get in touch my email is
Please email photos of Well-Being Wednesday and your garden and then I can share on this webpage to give the rest of our class family inspiration! Remember all school work goes on to SEESAW.
I am looking forward to posting lots of our fabulous work in the near future.
Here are some useful links to sites to further support learning at home:
Teach your Monster to Read is a fun interactive game that covers everything from letters and sounds to reading full sentences.
Oxford Owl e-books have around 100 free e-books that you can access, including support for phonics learning.
Audible offer a range of audiobooks for children that can be downloaded for free.
If you are a Derbyshire Library member you can search and download free e-books from their website including children's books.
White Rose Maths is the scheme we follow in school. They offer daily 'home learning' lessons for years 1-9. Every lesson comes with a short video showing you clearly and simply how to help your child complete the activity successfully.
BBC Bitesize are including catch up lessons that can be accessed from home in Maths and English. It's definitely worth looking at!
The Literacy Trust has a range of really useful resources to support literacy learning in their free family zone section. These include writing prompts for stories, a range of online stories to listen to and watch and other recommended sites and apps.
Derbyshire Music Hub have activities and resources that can be downloaded for free and done at home. They are accessible to anyone, regardless of musical ability.
Starters for STEM are activities that you can use at home to help children develop their science, technology, engineering and maths skills. These activities are easy to resource and provide children with the stimulus to talk about the world around them.
For those of you that are Lego fans, the Lego challenge calendar gives you a new challenge to invent, create and build something each day for 30 days
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