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What did Class 4 get up during school closure and when school re-opened for Year 6?

 

During the Spring and Summer terms of 2020 school was faced with an uncertain time of closure where work had to be sent home and children worked with their families. There was also a time when school was re-opened but only to Reception, Year 1 and Year 6 pupils.

Below is information and pictures of the work, learning and fun activities the children did at home or in school.

I hope you enjoy having a look at all the exciting learning and activities that happened despite us not all being together!  

 

Learning Wall of Fame - WC 20th July

Click here for Week 15 Work 

Maths worksheets

 

Year 5

Monday   Tuesday  Wednesday     Thursday    

Year 6 

Monday   Tuesday    Wednesday     Thursday  

 

 

Learning Wall of Fame - WC 13th July

Click here for Week 14 Work 

Maths worksheets

Year 5

Monday   Tuesday  Wednesday     Thursday    Friday  

Year 6 

Monday   Tuesday    Wednesday     Thursday   Friday 

Topic/RE/Science resources:

Click here for a template stained glass window

Click here for the Evidence for Evolution in humans PowerPoint

Click here for the activity sheets about evolution of humans

 

What have we up to in school this week?

 We had another busy week last week working on reading co-ordinates on grids before translating and reflecting shapes in maths. In English we continued to work on our grammar skills of practising writing using different sentence structures and verbs. Then in topic we enjoyed finishing our 3D structures and also learning about how houses and household items have changed over the last 100 years. 

 

What have you been doing at home this week? 

Johan has continued to work on reading angles and calculating missing angles in maths, alongside some work on clauses and phrases in English and then some work on our topic 'Celebrating a century' by researching and finding out about how fashion has changed over the years. Here is a selection of his work - well done Johan for working right until the very end! 

    

 

Akab has worked hard again this week through all the maths and English tasks I have set - well done Akab for working right until the very end! 

   

 

Learning Wall of Fame - WC 6th July 

Click here for Week 13 Work 

Maths worksheets

Year 5

Monday   Tuesday  Wednesday     Thursday    Friday  

Year 6 

Monday   Tuesday    Wednesday     Thursday   Friday 

 

Topic/RE/Science resources:

Click here for a template sheet to show your design of a games console

Click here for a template sheet to help you explain your new console game

Click here for the Evidence of Evolution PowerPoint

Click here for the fossil activity sheets

 

What have we been up to in school this week? 

This week we have been working hard on calculating the area and perimeter of different shapes including triangles and parallelograms before moving onto calculating the volume of cubes and cuboids. In English we have been reflecting on the impact of Coronavirus - both the negatives and positives and writing our own poems and descriptive sentences. We have had great fun designing and building a new building/structure to celebrate 2020 and 100 years. Below are the children beginning their 3D designs using junk modelling materials. Look out later in the week for pictures of their finished designs. 

   

 

What have you been doing at home this week? 

It would be lovely to hear about what you have been doing! Don't forget to send your emails through to homework@st-johns.notts.sch.uk account. 

 

Grace had a very exciting week last week as they had a theme of 'The circus' for their home learning and activities finishing with a fire-breather in their own garden - Wow! On top of this she has also been practising her maths and English skills, including writing her own story with her grandma - I look forward to reading that Grace. If this wasn't enough she has also been learning to use the sewing machine and together they have made a patchwork. Grace what an interesting and exciting week you've had whilst learning lots of new skills - I can't wait to hear what your theme of the week is next week!

 

          

 Here are a couple of pictures of the fire-breather that entertained Grace and her family to end their theme of the week - circus. Impressive stuff!

                    

 

Johan has had another productive week working his way through the English and maths activities - a great persuasive letter about reducing pollution. Great to see you giving the maths challenges a go too! A super design for a new games console and game and some super comparisons of fossils in science. On top of this he even had time to go and see his rugby coaches and friends. Apparently his coaches have given him a rugby ball to keep practising his skills _ Mrs Colley will be impressed! 

                  

           

 

Akab has been continuing to practise his maths skills when using decimal numbers whether this is adding or subtracting them or multiplying and dividing them by 10, 100 and 1000. He has also been working hard on defining new vocabulary and creating his own narrative based on the text Year 5 have been reading. Well done Akab for having another productive week - keep it up! 

 

       

                       

 

Katie also worked hard on with her addition and subtraction of decimal numbers up to 3 places and also multiplying and dividing numbers by 10, 100 and 1000. She has also enjoyed the text in English creating some good pieces of writing herself in the follow up activities. If this wasn't enough she has also completed the topic activities designing a new village and sculpture to celebrate 2020 and one hundred years from 1920 and discovered why William Booth was an inspirational person. Super work Katie! 

   

              

 

Learning Wall of Fame - WC 29th June

Click here for Week 12 Work 

Maths worksheets

Year 5

Monday   Tuesday  Wednesday     Thursday    Friday  

Year 6 

Monday   Tuesday    Wednesday     Thursday   Friday 

Topic/RE/Science resources: 

Click here for Monday's activity sheets about conversions

Click here for the PowerPoint about The Berlin Wall for Thursday's activity

Click here for the PowerPoint all about Martin Luther King 

Click here for the sheet to help you plan your biography about Charles Darwin

Click here for a sheet to help you write and structure your biography about Charles Darwin

 

What have we been up to in school this week? 

In English we have been using the Nationwide adverts as inspiration to write about memories of our time in lockdown. After watching the advert (click here to see it) the Year 6 children wrote about their own memories using expanded noun phrases. Why not take a look at some of their writing below? We have also learned that The Berlin Wall was built to separate the east and west side of Germany after WWII and was demolished in 1989. We have discovered that pieces of the wall are still found around the city with pieces of artwork depicting peace. We have had a go at designing our own pieces of artwork to show peace, which could go on the remaining pieces of The Berlin Wall - check out our artwork below. 

               

             

                                            

 

 

What have you been doing at home this week? 

It would be lovely to hear about what you have been doing! Don't forget to send your emails through to homework@st-johns.notts.sch.uk account. 

 

 Another hard working week for Akab. This week he has been practising his reading comprehension skills to produce a great summary of the text Sinbad. Some super work on adding decimals and finding percentages too. Akab I don't think there has been a week when you've not sent in some school work so well done for working so hard in the whole time of the school closure! 

    

             

               

Katie has had another busy week working through all of the English, maths and topic activities. Some super work on adding decimals in maths alongside some great vocabulary in English and then a speech in the style of Martin Luther King's 'I have a Dream' speech.  Katie I think you have sent work through every week during school closure - well done for working so hard! 

   

 

Johan has had another super week of working through all the English, maths and topic activities. He has especially been working on his handwriting skills this week and I think you'll agree that it is very neat, especially on his 'I have a Dream' speech. Johan has also been sending his work through every week during the school closure so well done for working so hard and continuing to do so!

               

            

 

 

Learning Wall of Fame - WC 22nd June

Click here for Week 11 Work 

Maths worksheets

Year 5

Monday   Tuesday    Wednesday     Thursday    For Friday's activities click here  

Year 6 

Monday   Tuesday    Wednesday     Thursday    For Friday's activities click here 

 

RE resource:

Click here for the PowerPoint all about Mother Teresa 

 

What have we been up to in school this week? 

 We had great fun creating our own Andy Warhol inspired paintings. The children could choose to paint a repeated picture of themselves or one of the Queen in the style of the postage stamp. The artwork was based on Andy Warhol's images of Marilyn Monroe in the style of Pop Art. I think they have captured the theme of Pop Art well, don't you?

                  

                 

                                           

 

We have also been enjoying finding out about some of the major events which happened during the 1960s. The children created their own PowerPoint presentations, even trying to link in videos on their slides too. Why not have a look at their PowerPoints?  I think you might learn some facts about the 1960s. 

PowerPoint 1    PowerPoint 2

PowerPoint 3   PowerPoint 4 

PowerPoint 5 

 

What have you been doing at home this week? 

Nathan turned 10 this week! Many happy returns of the day Nathan! He informed me that he had a lovely day with his family, received lots of presents and phone calls from friends and family and that he enjoyed a McDonald's! What more could you ask for on your birthday!? Here he with his birthday cake - let's hope it tasted as good as it looks!

 

Katie has had another busy week of working through the maths, English and topic activities. She has shown a good understanding of equivalent fractions and decimals in maths. She has also used some very persuasive adverbials to her letter to the MP Maggie Throup. She's also obviously done lots of research about Mother Teresa too! Well done Katie for working so hard. 

         

       

 

Johan has been working hard again. Some super work on decimals in maths alongside his English work. He's also enjoyed many of the topic activities this week including writing facts about Mother Teresa and how plants are adapted to their environment. On top of this he has created a PowerPoint all about events in the 1960s (Why not have a read of this below?) and also a piece of artwork of his inspired by Andy Warhol. I think you'll agree that they are super pieces of work - Well done Johan! 

  

     Click here to see Johan's PowerPoint of the 1960s 

 

 Akab has been very productive again with his English and maths work - well done Akab for working hard over yet another week!  

       

         

 

 

Learning Wall of Fame - WC 15th June

Click here for Week 10 Work 

Maths worksheets

Year 5

Monday   Tuesday    Wednesday     Thursday    Friday 

Year 6 

Monday   Tuesday    Wednesday     Thursday    Friday 

Topic resources:

Click here for the Art Deco PowerPoint

Click here for the Rennie Mackintosh PowerPoint

Click here for the coronation information PowerPoint

What have we been doing in school this week? 

In school the Year 6s enjoyed creating their own Rennie Mackintosh inspired piece of artwork. Here are photographs of their work - some are not quite finished but I think you'll agree they are definitely in the style of Art Deco art.  

     

   

We also spent time in our class assembly on Friday reflecting on our hope by designing our own 'Crosses of Hope' based on those that refugees living in El Salvador and Honduras made. The images on the crosses are designed to reflect things that give meaning and hope to people in their every day lives.  

    

   

 

What have you been doing at home this week? 

Bradley has had a busy week of working. I'm really pleased that you're feeling much stronger and better to focus back on your work again Bradley after feeling poorly for a few weeks. Keep safe and keep up the positive attitude! 

 

Jamie has made a start on his guinea pig journal as his new pets have arrived. Maybe you could send a picture of them Jamie so we can see what they look like?

 

 Johan has had another busy week of working. He has become more confident with his fraction skills this week so well done Johan for this! He has also been enjoying the science and topic activities - take a look at his facts about how animals adapt to survive and also his super Art Deco piece of artwork Also in other news...Johan has had a jay in his garden this week. They have sent a picture of the jay but unfortunately it isn't that clear so again have sent a picture to show how beautiful these birds are. I wonder what will appear in his garden next week?

                       

              

 

Akab has also been busy working again on his maths and English skills. In English he has clearly thought about events that he has done during lockdown and maths he has found some great fractional amounts. Well done Akab - keep up this hard work! 

   

 

 

Learning at Home Wall of Fame - WC 8th June

Click here for Week 9 work 

Maths worksheets

Year 5

Monday   Tuesday   Wednesday   Thursday   Friday 

Year 6

Monday   Tuesday   Wednesday   Thursday   Friday 

PowerPoint for Science

Variation and Characteristics 

 

It has been another quiet week of emails. There is still time to send some through to the homework@st-johns.notts.sch.uk account though, I really enjoy looking at the work and activities you've been up too! 

 

Katie has been very busy working over the last week. In maths she has completed some great calculations using fractions. In English she has used some good relative clauses and punctuation for parenthesis in her sentences. Then she has completed a range of the topic activities including: creating a clear timeline to show some of the key events over the last 100 years; a cocktail which could have been drunk in the Roaring 1920s; a fact file all bout Emmeline Pankhurst and the Votes for Women campaign; and also a diary about what school was like in the 1950s! Well done for working very hard on your school work! If this wasn't enough she then even found time to help her parents out with some decorating! I'm very impressed with everything you've done this week Katie - Well done! 

         

   

          

              

 

Aiden has had another busy week of working through the tasks I have set but also watching many of the BBC Bitesize videos as well. He has also been busy completing the topic and science activities - I really like your cocktail design for the 1920s! I'm very impressed with all the work you have completed over the last few weeks of home learning - well done! 

            

Johan has also been busy working through the tasks set - these are just a selection of the images he has sent through. He has been working hard on his fraction skills in maths but apparently excelled when performing a poem this week in the English tasks! I'm impressed to hear and read that you're practising your reading skills and perfecting your performance skills, I look forward to hearing your expressive reading when you come back to school! Whilst exploring their garden this week, Johan and his family, came across a newt! The picture they sent through is not of their newt but one they found off the internet. They researched about newts and apparently we have three species of newt in the UK! Thank you for teaching me something Johan! I wonder what else is lurking in Johan's garden or maybe your own? 

       

  

 

 Akab has been concentrating yet again over the last week on his English and maths skills. Some good word definitions for tricky vocabulary from the poems alongside some adding and subtracting of fractions. Below are just a selection of the images he has sent through of his work. Well done Akab for working so hard - keep it up!

   

 

Learning at Home Wall of Fame - WC 1st June

Click here for Week 8 work 

Maths worksheets: 

Year 5

Monday   Tuesday   Wednesday   Thursday  Friday 

Year 6 

Monday   Tuesday    Wednesday   Thursday   Friday 

Song for RE lesson: 

 

It has been a quieter week of emails this week. There is still time to send some through to the homework@st-johns.notts.sch.uk account though, I really enjoy looking at the work and activities you've been up too! 

 

On our Year 5 Zoom call Jamie explained that his dad had built him a new skate ramp - here is a video of Jamie using his ramp - fun stuff!

 

During the same call Grace explained that in her garden she still has a family of squirrels in one of the trees in her garden but went onto explain that they now also have a fox and hedgehog visiting their garden. They know this because her dad has set up a camera to film them coming into their garden at night time. Here are some of the pictures of these animals visiting Grace's garden. I look forward to hearing more about these animal visits over the coming weeks. 

These images are taken on the night camera. 

         

A picture of the hedgehog tucking into it's food. 

The family of squirrels who have taken up residence in one of the trees in Grace's garden.  

                   

 

Johan has had another busy week completing all of the maths, English, topic and science activities. Here is a selection of just some of the photographs he sent through of the work he has done. I really like the suffragettes poster about Emmeline Pankhurst and the poster showing the scientific belief of evolution of cells and animals. Well done also for giving the maths challenges a go on Fridays as they will keep you practising lots of different maths skills! Keep up the hard work Johan!

    

    

 

Aiden has also been busy working last week and like Johan completing all the English, maths, topic and science activities. A great drawing showing the scientific belief of humans evolving from primates. Well done for working hard and being focused with your work - keep it up!

              


 

Akab has had another busy week of working too. Here are just a selection of the photographs he sent through of the maths and English work he has completed. Great skills solving sums with fractions Akab! Well done for working hard - keep it up! 

     

       

 

 

Learning at Home Wall of Fame - WC 18th May

           

Click here for week 7 work 

Monday - Click here for a PowerPoint about the Commonwealth

Tuesday - Click here for a PowerPoint about the head of the Commonwealth

Wednesday - Click here for a PowerPoint about the Commonwealth Games

Thursday - Click here for a PowerPoint about Climate Change

Friday - no additional resources needed for this activity - see weekly overview sheet 

 

Laura has been inspired by the Commonwealth topic for this week and has researched different countries around the world before drawing out their flags. I think she has drawn the maple leaf on the Canadian flag very accurately - don't you agree?  

   

 

Ben has continued to practise his art skills this week by watching an art webinar by Frida Kahlo before having a go at the artwork himself - impressive skills Ben! 

    

 

Olivia has had another busy week working. I really like the information page about Canada, a country in the Commonwealth - great pictures and facts! Olivia informs me that she has also been playing in the paddling pool, walking and baking yet again - those lemon bar cakes look delicious Olivia! 

        

         

 

Aiden has been extremely busy this week completing all his work tasks. He looks very studious at his smart desk area doesn't he? Well done Aiden for completing all this work!

      

   

 

 

 

Johan has completed some great maths and English work - I really like your poem Johan. In topic he has designed a poster about saving the world, a new mascot for the next Commonwealth games, an information sheet about the Queen (the head of The Commonwealth), a fact file all about Canada and a super piece of artwork of a snake in the style of Aboriginal artwork from Australia. You have worked extremely hard and produced some great pieces of work Johan - well done!

         

      

                          

 

Katie has had another busy week of working after celebrating her birthday last weekend. Some super artwork and maths alongside some very good English work. You've been very persuasive with your climate change campaign and I think your poem is very moving. Well done some great work this week - keep it up after half term! 

                   

   

                                         

Akab has been busy again this week. Some super work on perimeters of regular and irregular shapes Akab! 

                     

  

 

Zoom Calls - WC 11th May 

A new and exciting way of communication for this week was organising and holding a Year 5 and Year 6 Zoom call. Thank you to everyone who attended the Zoom calls, it was lovely to see you and hear about what you've been doing in lockdown! We missed those who could not attend but watch out for more in the coming weeks. Thank you to Olivia's mum for taking this picture of the Year 6 Zoom call.  

Keep safe everyone!

 

Learning at Home Wall of Fame - WC 11th May 

Click here for week 6 work 

Resources for this week: 

Monday - Click here for the PowerPoint about tessellations 

Tuesday - Click here for the fact file about Picasso 

Wednesday - Click here for the PowerPoint about Keith Haring

Thursday - Click here for the PowerPoint about Andy Goldsworthy 

Friday - Click here for the PowerPoint about Roy Lichtenstein 

 

A few emails have been sent by members of Class 4 this week showing me the work and activities you have been up to. Keep them coming to the homework@st-johns.notts.sch.uk  email account - I really enjoy seeing what you've done!

 

Another busy week for Olivia. Not only has she been completing the work I've set she's also made time to make chocolate brownies and go for regular runs to keep herself healthy. Some super modal verbs and subjunctive form used in your writing Olivia and I hope the brownies tasted good! A brilliant attitude to continue to improve your learning and having fun Olivia - keep it up!

    

                        

 

Johan has enjoyed this week's art activities. Below are images of his artwork inspired by Andy Goldsworthy, Picasso and Roy Lichtenstein - impressive work Johan!

         

Johan has also been busy completing the maths and English tasks too, here are just a few of the photographs he has sent through. Well done Johan for continuing to work hard! 

                       

  

Laura has been busy baking cookies with her sister - what a lovely photograph of you two! I hope the cookies tasted as yummy as they look!

 

 Ben has also been busy completing many of the maths and English tasks - I'm slightly worried that you wouldn't clean your pants and would wear pyjamas as a king though!

Ben has also enjoyed this art themed week and has produced a portrait in the style of Picasso, some tessellating patterns and some graffiti in the style of Keith Haring. He has also been practising his shading skills on sketches of pictures he has drawn from the game of Subnautica. Ben you have taken time to add detail to your drawings and the shading is very effective - a future artist in the making I think! 

              

             

                                     

 

Katie has had another busy week of completing the English and maths work but also spending time on the art activities. Great colours on the graffiti in the style of Keith Haring and also the Roy Lichtenstein onomatopoeia word. I am especially impressed with your sculpture inspired by Andy Goldsworthy too!  Well done, keep up the hard work and positive attitude to your work Katie!

       

        

Aiden has had another busy week completing all the maths and English work I set but also watching more of the BBC Bitesize lessons too. He's also had time to complete many of the art activities - I really like the stone sculpture based on Andy Goldsworthy. Well done Aiden on another great week. 

          

                

 

 

Akab has been busy again this last week completing many of the English activities. Some good modal verbs in your persuasive sentences about McDonald's and imperative verbs in your instructions. Keep working hard Akab!

                 

 

Hunnie has had another busy week and has worked very hard on her English or maths work. She has also informed me that she has really enjoyed the art themed activities and I can tell. I really like your Picasso inspired 3D faces as you have captured his abstract style very well. Your tessellating pattern within your heart, which you have completed on the computer, is very clever as well. Like Ben another artist in the making I think! 

  

                        

 

VE Day Celebrations - Friday 8th May 2020

Here are a few photographs I have received showing what you did for VE Day. It looked like you had great fun! 

               

                

                     

 

Learning at Home Wall of Fame - WC 4th May 

 Click here for week 5 work 

 Click here for the PowerPoint about Sir Robert Peel 

 

Thank you to everyone who has been in touch to show me the work they have completed or other activities they have got up! Well done for working hard and keeping yourself busy and safe during lockdown. Keep the emails coming to homework@st-johns.notts.sch.uk

Hunnie has been working hard on her school work - well done! She has also been enjoying her time with her family going on walks in the local park and looking at the wild flowers. She tells me her favourite flowers are dandelions - they are a pretty colour aren't they? She has also been busy baking some cakes, I hope they tasted as good as they look!

                                  

Hunnie has also been busy learning a new skill - the Diabolo. If you're not sure what a Diabolo is why not check this video out of her practising this new skill? Super skills Hunnie!

 

 Laura has been extremely busy completing her work. It seems you have a very good working environment where you can concentrate on your work at points throughout the day - well done. She has also shared images of her undertaking crafting activities and I am informed that the crafts involved making and decorating Easter eggs for the summer house and phone holders from toilet rolls - what great ideas! Keep working hard Laura and having fun at the same time! 

                              

                         

  

Grace has been busy doing cross curricular learning through topics they decide together at home which have included dragons, dinosaurs and pirates. They have also managed to squeeze in some daily exercises with Joe Wicks alongside some maths, English and reading time too - wow you have been very busy! Grace is also running a tuck shop and helping mum with the gardening too! What super ways to keep learning and having fun during lockdown Grace! I look forward to seeing what you get up to next. 

    

Grace and her family also made a cake for Issac on his birthday. I'm sure the birds in his woodland will thoroughly enjoy the cake and Issac would be very proud of you for making it together.  

 

 

Aiden has had another busy week and in the words of his dad has "smashed his work." Below are a selection of the photographs he has sent. Super to hear that you've been working hard Aiden and also understood and tried your hardest. I really like your drawing of Dr Barnardo. Keep it up! 

       

 

Another busy week for Olivia - well done for completing the work every week and sending through an email! It's great to hear from you. 

 

Akab has been busy completing all the maths, English and topic activities. Great to hear from you again and see that you're continuing to work hard Akab! Well done. 

                       

                    

 

Logan has also been working hard on his school work - well done. However he's also been busy using his DIY skills to build his basketball net he got for Christmas. I think Mrs Colley will be impressed that you're practising your basketball skills! Hopefully this might mean you will get lots of goals when we next play in school!? It's also nice to see that you've been keeping yourself busy with your family at home and on a walk along the canal. 


Yasmin has been busy with her work, well done. Keep up the hard work! 

 

Learning at Home Wall of Fame - WC 27th April 

Click here for week 4 work 

 A quieter week on emails this week so I hope this means you've been busy working and not had time to send some pictures through of the work or activities you've been up to! I really enjoy receiving the emails and looking at what you've been up to so if you've not sent one to homework@st-johns.notts.sch.uk then please do so and you will make it onto the Wall of Fame. 

Jamie has had some time to send an email of pictures through of the maths work he has completed and the marble run he has made this week. I bet it was great fun building and also watching the marbles fall through the many levels to come out at the end! 

            

 

A few emails have popped through this morning (Monday 4th May) so thank you for sharing the work you've been up to last week. Keep them coming in! 

 

Johan has had a very busy couple of weeks and shared his best pieces of work. Great work on fraction, decimal and percentage equivalents. An interesting stamp design based on the Coronavirus from the lesson all about the history of stamps from The Victorians. Some very good work on chimney sweeps and inverted commas too. Plus in between all this work he's even had time to do his grading for Karate gi! Fingers crossed you have passed Johan! Keep up the super work. 

        

     

 

Wow Aiden! What an impressive amount of work you have completed over the last couple of weeks. Plus I understand you've been using BBC bitesize to help with your learning too - what a great idea! Keep up the fantastic work! 

         

        

Akab has had another busy working week, especially focusing on more of his English than his favourite subject maths, nice to see you practising all your skills! Well done Akab keep up the hard work! 

         

      

 

 Bradley has been working extremely hard over the last couple of weeks to complete his maths, English and topic lessons. Very neatly presented work Bradley, well done! Keep up the hard work! 

          

                          

 

Katie has been incredibly busy too with her maths, English and also topic work. I really like your picture of Queen Victoria, a seaside inspired postcard you designed and the fact sheet about Victorian toys. Below are a selection of photographs she sent through as there were lots! Well done for working hard Katie, keep it up! 

                

            

 

       

 

Esme has been working extremely hard over the last week. What lovely presentation of your work Esme! We all wish you a belated Happy Birthday too and hope you had a nice day and enjoyed your cake. Well done on learning a new skill as well - playing the piano - can't wait to hear you play when we return to school. Keep up the hard work Esme!  

                           

     

  

 

Another set of work through from Olivia, fantastic to see you working hard every week Olivia so well done! What a lovely photograph taken on one of your daily walks we are allowed to do. Keep up this hard work and positive attitude Olivia!                

Alleiyah has been working hard these last couple of weeks - these are just a selection of the many images she sent through of all her work. In maths she's been practising using and calculating ratios. She's also spent time on the topic work, what a great drawing of Queen Victoria - brilliant detail! A good poster all about Queen Victoria too. 

      

                    

Not only has Alleiyah been completing the work I've set she's also been using her own books and resources to practise other key skills. Well done Alleiyah what a fantastic work ethic you have - keep it up! 

           

         

 

Learning at Home Wall of Fame - WC 20th April

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 Well what a way to kick off this new term and week of home learning...

Jamie worked hard on his maths whilst eating some yummy cake - I think the cake will help you work hard. Well done Jamie on some fantastic work!

Nathan has also been busy with work this week - well done! He has also sent a picture of the work he completed before the Easter holidays. Brilliant to see you working so hard Nathan - keep it up! 

     

 

Hunnie has also been working hard this week completing the maths and English activities but also the topic ones too. I can see you've done an excellent drawing of Queen Victoria before researching facts about her. Well done, keep it up! 

    

 

Elisha has also been in touch to send a picture of the work she has completed - well done for working hard. She also informs me that she has been working through her Year 6 SATs revision books which is fantastic as these skills will be important when moving to secondary school later this year. Keep up this great work ethic Elisha! 

 

Olivia has also had another busy week and informs me she is particularly enjoying the maths work! She has also shared some images of her exercising and also toasting marshmallows - yummy! Great to see you having fun and working hard Olivia - keep it up!

                 

                  

 Ben has also had another busy week of working. Great accuracy when drawing the shapes based on scale factors before calculating the perimeters Ben. He has also produced a good fact sheet all about Queen Victoria, plus some good sentence work using different word classes using the Harry Potter books. Keep working hard next week Ben! 

                    

Akab has also had another busy week working through the different maths and English activities. Here are a few of the eleven photographs (yes you've read that correctly - eleven!) he sent me of the work he has completed. Well done for working so hard Akab! 

            

              

 

  

Learning at Home Wall of Fame - 20th March - 3rd April

Thank you to everyone who has sent an email with images of their work and activities over the first two weeks of home learning. Here are a few of the images I have received of the hard work people completed.

 

 

 Aiden has been busy during the first week       completing all this work - well done! 

 

He has also had another busy week during the second week. Here he is with all the work he completed. Brilliant - keep it up Aiden! 

In the first week Johan wrote this story and created a new fair ground ride for Goose Fair out of Lego! Great vocabulary in your story Johan! 

Johan continued to work hard in the second week completing all the tasks I set - here are a selection of images of his work. Well done Johan for being very hard-working and self-disciplined to complete this amount of work! 

           

      

  Alleiyah has been busy drawing Nottingham Castle, completing the work I set but also doing lots of extra learning and activities in shape and science - super work Alleiyah! 

 

                      

 Akab was busy during the first week completing the tasks from week one - especially the maths and reading comprehension sheets. Well done Akab!

                         

Then in the second week Akab continued to plough on through the work particularly focusing on his spellings and writing this week. Fantastic to see such determination to complete the tasks given you! 

               

            

 

  During the first week Ben practised his art skills to produce this cartoon storyboard of the Easter story. You've managed to capture all the different stages of events with some good detail - well done! 

In the second week Ben took his art skills to another level by producing his own front cover  of War Horse - what fantastic artwork Ben! 

 

Alongside doing all the fantastic work (seen below) Olivia did lots of exercise using the Joe Wicks PE videos, Oti's dance routines, roller blading and also jumping on her trampoline - I'm exhausted just reading all about these exercises! Well done Olivia on keeping yourself active as well as doing all the school work!