Home Learning for Term 6
Everything you need for your home learning is here.
The links to this week's home learning for the BBC and Oak National Academy can be found below.
If you would like to do something different or want to lean more about a certain subject, then do not forget to have a look at out subject specific pages. These are regularly updated.
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Oak National Academy lessons 1st June
There are more fantastic lessons to support your learning at home. This is week six on the Oak National Academy website but you can still access and take part in lessons from previous weeks.
In maths, the lessons this week focus on decimal numbers. You will practise calculating with decimals and whole numbers. A great way to refresh your understanding of decimals.
The English lesson this week focus on traditional tales. You will be looking at two versions of Little Red Riding Hood and at the end of the week writing your own version of the ending. What will happen in your story?
Science is the last lesson on the theme of rocks. Have you heard of the rock cycle? During this week’s lesson you will be drawing a scientific diagram to explain this.
Do you know Why Buddhists meditate? Find out in this week’s RE lesson on Monday and how meditation is similar to or different from mindfulness. In music, you can learn about emotion in music and sing along to a George Ezra song.
BBC Home Learning 1st June
The BBC is continuing to provide daily lessons for you in English, maths and other areas of the curriculum too.
In English this week you can practice describing settings and characters as you lead up to writing your own story.
Maths lessons have a focus on fractions with some multiplication and problem solving. Will you have a go at Friday’s challenges too?
Who were the Anglo-Saxons? What is a cam mechanism? How do we record the life cycle of a living thing? How can you describe your hobbies in French? Join in with the other lessons this week to find out the answers.
Term 5 Home Learning