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Suggested activities for w/c 30th March

This is a work in progress - please check back in the coming days.

We have no expectations for submitting work - below is an option available to you to use if you would like.

If you choose to send work in to the Class 5 teaching team, please photograph/scan and email it to them at class5@barnhambroomprimaryschool.co.uk . This email address will be checked periodically during the usual school day hours from the first day of closure, circumstances permitting.  As this is a new way of working, you will not get an immediate response.


Week Commencing 30/03/20:

Below you will find activities that would be great for your child to keep up with schooling whilst at home.

Note, that we do not expect children to be working all day – just choose perhaps one activity per day – give it a go, have fun and do not be afraid of making mistakes!

If you would like to share what you have done, or if you have any questions we will be checking the class 5 emails daily.

class5@barnhambroomprimaryschool.co.uk


Thinking of you all

Mr Self and Mrs Parrott.

NOTE: A big thank you to those who sent work in / made contact by email over the past week, it really is great to see what you have been up to!

If you have yet to have the chance, why not try, even if it is just to tell us how you have been keeping busy! :) 

Maths: 

Mean, medium, mode and range (Recommended)

      1. Collect some numerical data. E.g. The age of all your family members or the height of all family members.

      2.  Next, can you find the mean (average)? Medium? Mode? Range?


Log in to MyMaths and have a go at some of the challenges / games. 


English: Describing a journey / settimg

Write a descriptive journey up the mountain pass. Write or type, but use fantastic description 


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Reading:

You should be doing some form of reading every day. Even if it is just one page. Read a book, an article online, instructions to baking a cake, cooking a meal? 

Curriculum:

Art:

Take part in The Rainbow Trail by making a rainbow to display in your house so passers- by can see it. Be really creative with your rainbows, I would love to see photographs of them!

PE:

Tune in to John Wicks Youtube work-outs 

Languages: 

Why not take this opportunity to learn a language? There is a great app called Duolingo if you have access.

Topic: 

Research a European country, can you create a PP or a fact-file?

Science: 

Research a plant of animal that has adapted to its environment e.g a cactus. Draw a diagram of it, labelling its key features.

RE: 
People following Buddhism live by 5 moral precepts, such as:
Do not take the life of any living thing
Do not speak untruly.
If you could create 5 morals for society, what would they be?

Note: Extra activities, that you may wish to use at any time can be found below. There are also files attached at the very bottom with extra home learning resources. Thank you. 




Ideas for use at any time

Learning Activities Year 5

Ideas to support your Year 5 child:

  • Read lots of different types of texts and discuss them
  • Estimate the area and perimeter of the rooms in your house
  • Write a story including direct speech and parenthesis
  • Create different fractions using everyday objects, then record and compare them
  • Practise Y5/6 spelling words
  • Recap specific grammatical terminology
  • Practise multiplying 4 digit numbers by 1 or 2 digit numbers
  • Practise dividing 4 digit numbers by a 1 digit numbers
  • Read, write, order and compare decimals, for example money
Practical ideas for Y5 home learning pack see PDF files at the bottom of the page
Learning Activities Year 6

Ideas to support your Year 6 child:

  • Recap specific grammatical terminology
  • Practise spellings from the Y5/6 word list and put them in sentences
  • Read lots of different types of texts and discuss them
  • Practise calculating using all 4 written methods of calculation (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division)
  • Explore equivalences between fractions, decimals and percentages
  • Practise calculations using fractions and decimals
  • Find fractions and percentages of amounts
Practical ideas for Y6 home learning pack see PDF files at the bottom of the page
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Stefan Self,
21 Mar 2020, 08:23
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Stefan Self,
21 Mar 2020, 08:23
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Alice Hedges,
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Alice Hedges,
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