We are very happy and proud to have welcomed back all year groups!

Nursery 9:00-1:00 every day

Reception 9:00-2:00 every day

Year 1 8:30-1:30 every day

Year 2 8:00-12:00 every day

Year 3 8:00-11:00 Monday and Tuesday

Year 4 8:45-11:45 Wednesday and Thursday

Year 5 8:45-12:00 every day

Year 6 8:30-1:30 every day

We are also still offering provision for key worker children.

If you have any queries, please email office@oldmixon.extendlearning.org

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                                        Home Learning for Term 6

 

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.

Run around the world Challenge

 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.

Myths and legends are the theme of this week’s English lessons.

In maths, you will be able to recall your learning about 3D shapes and also practise some data handling.

Have a look at Friday’s cookery lesson. You can learn to cook some Indian-style snacks.

 

 

 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.

There are more proportion problems to solve in maths this week.

In English, you will be reminded of the features of persuasive writing as you study some persuasive texts and then apply what you know to write your own persuasive letter.

Science continues with the theme of changes in materials. This week you can discover what happens to particles in materials when they are burnt.

If you are interested in the First World War, have a look at the sequence of history lessons to learn more about this historical period.

Wellbeing

 

Have a look at the wealth of resources on our Mental Health at Home page. These include yoga, relaxation and lots of mindfulness activities.

Look at what we have been doing at home.

 

Great poem written by Ollie 

A wonderful poem written by Ollie. yes

Self-Quarantine:

It’s claustrophobic,

I fear we may be stuck here,

It’s been a long time,

Corona Virus,

Feasting on all who go out,

Terror shown through the news,

We must all stay put,

Help stop this year long nightmare,

Whatever it takes,

People’s lives at stake,

Hope thrown out of the window,

What are we to do

 

 

By Oliver Lumley

 

 

 

Nathan's DIY parachute from BBC Bitesize.

     

 

 

 

James' skatepark and water conservation poster. 

 

 

 

Fantastic update from Scarlett on her Giant's Necklace work and some great news about her getting a puppy which they have named Dash. 

 

James has been doing a bit of home baking. They look delicious!

 

 

                    Nathan has been busy making a Rain Stick and a Fortune Teller. 

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                                       A wonderful piece of work written by Scarlett.yessmiley

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