The links to this week's home learning for the BBC and Oak National Academy and our activities for promoting well-being, can be found below.
If you would like to do something different or want to learn more about a certain subject, then do not forget to have a look at our subject specific pages. These are regularly updated.
We love to see the things you have been doing at home so please keep on emailing your photographs to us.
BBC Home Learning 13th July
The BBC is continuing to provide daily lessons for you in English, maths and other areas of the curriculum too.
There are a variety of lessons in English this week. You can revise adverbs and fronted adverbials, write some instructions or create your own comic strip.
There are some super symmetry activities to try in maths.
Lots of you have been learning how to cook at home. On Friday there is special cookery lesson where you can learn how to make fish fingers.
Oak National Academy 13th July
There are more fantastic lessons to support your learning at home. This is week twelve on the Oak National Academy website, but you can still access and take part in lessons from previous weeks.
Can you remember the properties of 3D shapes? How would you describe a cuboid, a pyramid and a cylinder? Watch this week’s maths lessons to see how much you remember and to solve some shape problems too.
In English this week, you will be reading, identifying the features of and writing play scripts. How much can you recall?
Make sure you have a look at Fridays’ art lesson on optical illusions.
Have you heard of Henry VIII? Join in with the history sequence of lessons to find out lots about this historical figure.
Have a look at the wealth of resources on our Mental Health at Home page. These include yoga, relaxation and lots of mindfulness activities.
Being a Scientist
Cassie carried out some research about tadpoles and then carried out an investigation. What a super scientist!