Welcome to our website. SELF ISOLATION HOME LEARNING - Daily lessons can be found on the Parents tab / Covid 19/ Self isolation lessons. All information about Covid 19 and learning at home can be found under the Parents tab.
9:00 am - Counting/Timestables (30 minutes)
This week's focus is the four times table. Watch the video below and join in if you can. Once you have watched the four times table song, log on to your TTRockstars account (your username and password are in the back of your reading record) and use 'Garage' to practise.
9:30 am - Maths
Today's maths lesson will focus on solving word problems using the written method for addition and subtraction. Watch Miss Millar's explanation of how to solve questions like this then complete Column B of your worksheet.
Once you complete today's maths lesson, log on to Mathletics (username and password in the back of your reading record) and complete the 'Autumn - Add and Subtract - Test'.
10:30 am - Break
10:50 am - English
In Today's English lesson, you will be planning your own innovation based on The Pied Piper of Hamelin. What is going to be the problem which will terrorise your village? What is your main character's talent going to be?
11:50 am - Reading
Please read either your school Accelerated Reader book or if you have finished that, log on to Bug Club (using the link below) and read one of your newly allocated books from the 'my stuff' section. Your username and password are in the back of your reading record. Your school code is 'bowl'.
12:15pm - Lunch
1:15 pm - PE/FrenchToday’s afternoon lessons will be PE and French. You will need to complete 30 minutes of each. Watch the PE with Joe Wicks video below and join in at home. Then, watch the French video to practise counting to 20 in French before completing the 'Number labelling in French' and 'More number labelling in French' interactive activities on the link below.
2:30 pm - Additional English
If you have finished all your other activities for the day, please complete the additional English activity below.