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Activities for week beginning 15th June

Welcome to another week of home learning.  We hope you are all doing well and trying to keep some learning going on while school is shut; whether that’s doing the activities set out below, finding out about/doing things you are interested in and completing some work on that or watching the news and exploring some topical issues.


If you’re looking for something extra to do, BBC Bitesize daily lessons might give you something that you are interested in.  And, if nothing else, try and make sure you are reading (there are links to e-books below, if you have read everything in your house!)


In the White Rose Maths lessons this week, we are again following the alternative lessons.  So, when you click on the link below, click on the purple box that asks; 'already covered this content?' and it will take you to the correct videos.  We are finishing addition and subtraction on Monday and then moving onto line graphs.  The worksheets and answers can also be found below:

We know from our phone calls that lots of your adults are finding creative ways of getting some maths into the day, whether that is; doing some measuring when baking or doing a project in the garden, calculating pocket money and change when you've spent some, working on reading and telling time . . . The practical uses of maths are endless.  So, here are some ideas for other ways to get some maths in at home that will help when you return to school:
Again, as with previous weeks, here are some links to some other maths sites that offer the chance to think mathematically and practice skills:


We have a brand new literacy unit from TalkforWriting called ‘Wonderful Wizards!’  A great chance to get into all things wizardry and, for those Harry Potter fans (we know who you are!) a chance to use all that you know!

The unit is to work on over the next three weeks.  However, due to copyright, we cannot split the unit up and present it in a different way.  So, the link to the whole unit is below but, for this week, we are working from the start to the bottom of page 10.  We would love to see some of your Top Trumps cards on Class Dojo!

Again, if you are looking for something a bit different, there is the BBC daily lessons with writing, grammar and comprehension work or George and Anchor Education have loads of fun songs and stuff on their website (use the password: anchorhome):


Follow the links below to find some sources of online reading.  Also, watch out for the posts on Class Dojo from Miss Ward who is reading aloud each week!  Or, you can click on one of the BBC daily lessons links on this page and find the reading content on there.

WEEKLY LEARNING - History, Art, STEM activities, Spellings . . .

We continue with our work on the Tudors with some art work and research on a Tudor home.  There is also a little STEM activity with a raw egg!  We've also set a little challenge for the children to bring some happiness to their house by completing a secret mission (so, children, open the document below and look at the bottom of the page and see if you can be a ninja and complete the challenge - let us know on Class Dojo how you get on!)

We also know from our phone calls home that lots of you have been keeping up with all that is going on in the world at the moment.  So, why not stay informed by watching Newsround each day?  Perhaps a news story will inspire you to create something in response - it may be a piece of art, some research to find out more about an issue, a letter or message that you've felt compelled to write in response to something you've found out about . . .  If so, please feel free to share on Class Dojo.


Mrs Murray has started a school history project - exploring what people have been up to during lockdown.  Each week, there is a different theme.  Read the document below for more information on this week's theme - home learning and new discoveries.  Email any work into the address on the document and we are hoping to create a book to tell the story of lockdown for the Moston Fields' community.

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Letters for each year group on the wider opening of school have been sent by email to parents and are on the Newsletters section of the website. Please read!