Home learning

Children will be set daily learning activities.
Powerpoints will be available for writing, maths and SPAG and will cover the full week.
Daily comprehension: 
In class, we have been reading 'Anna at War'. Children have been given chapter sheets for the rest of the book. Each school day, an audiofile of a new chapter will be uploaded to the school website. Children need to listen to the correct chapter, and complete the section of the chapter sheet as they listen. Words they do not know can be looked up online or discussed with an adult. This activity should take around 10-15 minutes depending on the length of each chapter.
Daily SPAG: 
Each week, the school website will be updated with a new set of 'daily 5' challenges. Each day has a set of questions. Children are to complete these questions in the BACK of their home learning exercise books. The answers to the questions are on the second slide for each day, so children can mark their own work. This activity should take around than 10 minutes including marking.
Writing tasks:
In year 6, children will be doing their writing based on different aspects from 'Anna at War'. A set of tasks each week will work towards a more extended piece of writing. The tasks and some guidelines will be uploaded in powerpoint format, for children to follow. Until the VLE is established, you can help your child by reading through their planning and writing, and giving them suggestions based around the guidance on the powerpoint.
Answers, where needed, will be attached so the children will be able to self mark their work.
Reading for English
Anna at War
Each day Mrs Garland has read a chapter of the book 'Anna at War', just like we would have done in class with you all. Listen to the right chapter and complete your english learning.
You also have a CPG paper to do over the next couple of weeks as well. We will post the answers for you to check at the end of next week.
Don't forget to log on to the schools library service website and start reading.
Home learning for Week beginning 23rd March 2020