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Eagles Home Learning Page

 Welcome to the Eagles home learning page. Here you will find the Weekly Update that informs you of the work to be completed each week and the relevant downloads that you need. There will also be links to external sites to make it easier to access. Hopefully this will be a 'One Stop Shop' for all of your home learning needs.

Useful Links and Templates

                                      

                             Seesaw Home Page                                        Education City Log In Page

 

                                                  

                               Prodigy Maths Online                                  TImes Tables Rock Stars

                           

Click here for an editable Reading Record Weekly Page (Word Document)

Home Learning: 18th - 22nd May 2020

Hello lovely Eagles,

Here is all of the information you need for this week's home learning. All the links and videos you need are detailed below. If you have any problems then let me know on Seesaw or by messaging me using the class email. Stay safe and well everyone!

Mrs Hughes  laugh

Key Resources for English sessions:

Session 1:
                                                              Session 1 Outline

 


 Session 2:

                                                                          Session 2 Outline


Session 3:
                                                                           Session 3 Outline

 


Session 4:

                                                           

                                         Session 4 Outline                      3D House Templates


 Session 5:

                                                               Session 5 Outline


Key Resources for Maths sessions:

        


 

Key Resources for Physical Challenges:


 Key Resources for Spanish Lesson:

Click on the link below to access the second Spanish lesson from the online school Oak National Academy. Once you have completed the lesson, think about how you can show off your new learning in any way you want. Then find the activity in your Seesaw journal and submit your work

Home Learning: 11th - 15th May 2020

Dear Eagles

I hope you all had a lovely Bank Holiday weekend! Here is all the information that you need to complete this week's home learning. There are lots of activities to keep those learning skills in good shape including writing hoverbike stories; a Still Life art project; your first Spanish lesson and completing a video message to the class. You will notice that the maths this week is using the daily BBC Bitesize lessons; at the moment we are sorting out a subscription to White Rose Maths as now the activity sheets that go with the videos are subscription only. Watch this space for more information.  Stay safe and well everyone!

Mrs Hughes  laugh

Key Resources for English sessions:

Click on the icons to download each session outline:

                  

                              Sessions 11 and 12               Session 13                    Session 14

You will also need to click on these links to go to the BBC Bitesize resources needed to complete    Session 13 and Session 14:

                        

                                           Session 13                                                        Session 14

Key Resources for Maths sessions:

Click on the links below for the maths learning this week. 

           

You can still watch the White Rose Maths videos but there are no activity sheets freely available any longer. More information about how to access these resources will be available soon

                    

Key Resources for Physical Challenges:

Key Resources for Spanish Lesson :

Click on the link below to access the first Spanish lesson from the online school Oak National Academy. Once you have completed the lesson, think about how you can show off your new learning in any way you want. Then find the activity in your Seesaw journal and submit your work

Home Learning: 4th May - 8th May 2020

Dear Eagles

Here is the home learning challenges for this week. As well as maths and English, there is also a DT project for you to complete which I hope you'll enjoy. I look forward to seeing all of your hard work on Seesaw throughout the week. Take care everyone and stay safe!

Mrs Hughes  laugh

 

Key Resources for English sessions:

Click on the icons to download each session outline

                  Session 6

                                             Session 7                  Session 8              Session 9 and 10

Adverbial Video for session 7

Grammarsaurus Video for session 8

Key Resources for Maths sessions:

Click on the links below for the maths learning this week.  The Friday challenge is a series of questions that the whole family can join in with. Questions 1-6 are perfect for up to Year 6 with the rest there if you want extra challenges. 

                

Key Resources for Physical Challenges:

Key Resources for DT Activity (on Seesaw): 

Click on the picture below to download the shoe template you need to make Mr Blob's trainers

   

 Key Resources for Singing Activities:

Click on the links below for some daily singing! Some of the songs on Out of the Ark will ones that you recognise as we sing them in school. Sing Up at Home has a whole range of songs from modern pop to rap to classic songs too. 

      

Here is just one example of one song from Sing Up at Home. I think it is a cool tune with a nice message about thinking ahead to the future with a positive attitude!

                                                     

Home Learning: 27th April - 1st May 2020

Dear Eagles

 I hope you all had a lovely weekend. Here are the home learning challenges for this week and all the links that you will need. If you have any problems then please let me know using the class email address.   Take care and stay safe!

 Mrs Hughes laugh

Key Resources for English sessions:

Click on the icons to download each session outline

                Session 6

                                        Session 4              Session 5             Session 6

Semi Colons video for session 4   

 Key Resources for Maths sessions:

Click on the links below for the maths learning this week. Remember that the Friday challenge is a series of questions that the whole family can join in with. Questions 1-6 are perfect for up to Year 6 with the rest of the questions giving you a flavour of the kind of mathematical thinking that is required at high school.

                  

 Key Resources for Physical Challenges:

Home Learning Week Three: 20th April - 24th April 2020

Dear Eagles,

I hope that you all had a great Easter and you enjoyed all of the lovely sunshine that we had. Thank you to those of you who had a go at the Easter holiday challenges - I loved seeing how you had got on from your posts in your Seesaw journals. Please find below all of the relevant information and resources that you will need to complete your home learning this week. If you have any problems, then please let me know by using the class email address. 

Mrs Hughes :-) 

Key Resources for English sessions:

Click on the session icon to download each session outline

                    

                                                          Hoverbike Advert Session 1:     

                      

 Hoverbike Animation Session 2 and 3:

          

 Key Resources for Maths sessions:

                  

All PDF question sheets that go with each day's video are on the White Rose website. These can be printed off or the work completed in the red book. 

Videos should work on all devices. Make sure that you on the arrows in the bottom right hand corner to go to full screen mode. This is where you can also adjust the volume too!

                        

Key Resources for Physical Challenges:

If you didn't have a go at the weekly physical challenges over the Easter holidays then why not have a go at them this week?

                                           

                                  Physical Activity Challenges            Game board resources

Easter Holidays Home Learning

Dear Eagles

Firstly I'd like to wish you all an Eggcellent Easter! You now have your 'TWO WEEK EASTER HOLIDAY' coming up! Woohoo!  So, instead of your 'daily learning' that I have been setting for the past couple of weeks, I have created some fun projects for you to do over Easter. These are optional so it is up to you how many you choose to complete. If you do have a go at any of the challenges, make sure you upload your work (videos/photos) to your Seesaw journal so that all the wonderful learning can be shared.  Click on the picture below to get an outline of the tasks and all of the resources/links are in the document as well as below to make it as easy as possible to find everything. 

Take care and stay safe!

Mrs H laugh

Key Resources for Heart Research and related tasks:

                         

                               BBC Bitesize                 How your Heart works        Exploring the Heart

                                                 

                                    Make a Stethoscope                      Make a blood model

Key Resources for Physical Challenges:

                                             

                                     Physical Activity Challenges            Game board resources

Key Resources for 'Catch It!' animation:

     

Home Learning Week Two: 30th March - 3rd April 

Click below for this week's Home Learning Weekly Update

English Activities Key Resources:

           

 

                                             

For Thursday and Friday please continue to plan and write your newspaper reports based on the learning this week.  Click below for a newspaper template that you can download and type straight onto or design your own if you want to.

 Other Important Links/Resources for Week 2:

                                 

               Prodigy Link           Weekly Physical Activity Challenges                   Seesaw Log in

 

Home Learning Week One: 23rd March - 27th March 

   Click below for this week's Home Learning Weekly Update

 Maths Week 1: Click on the links below to get each day's activity:   

 

                     

 

Year 6 10 4 10 Home Learning Week 1: (updated Friday 27th March)

As promised, here are the 10 4 10 answers for Reading and SPAG. Click on the picture below to download the answers and mark your work for this week.

Science Week 1: Buoyancy/upthrust Investigation:

Click on the picture below to watch the video from BBC Bitesize and then have a go at the experiment below. Don't forget to upload your photos, designs and videos to your Seesaw journal so that others can see how you have got on by clicking on the link here   

In this easy science experiment you will be designing a tin foil boat that will hold the greatest number of pennies. Have  a contest at home between your family members to see who can design a cargo boat that will hold the most pennies.

1.  Cut up some tin foil approximately 12cm by 15cm

2. Design your boat shape and fold the tin foil into the shape remembering to fold up sides to stop any pennies falling overboard

3. Place your boat in the water and add pennies one by one. Be careful to spread them out rather than making a pile so the weight of the pennies is even.

4. Record how many pennies it took before the boat began to leak or it sunk. Be sure to dry the pennies after each test because remember water has weight!

5. Challenge people at home to make their own boats and test them. Did some boats take more pennies than others due to increased upthrust?

6. For an extra challenge have a go at testing your boats in different liquids. How about adding salt to the water? What effect does this have on the amount of buoyancy? Does it increase or decrease its effect?

                              So what's the science behind the experiment?

 There are two main forces acting on the boats. Gravity is trying to pull the boat and pennies downwards towards the centre of the Earth. The force of buoyancy is a reaction force working against Gravity trying to push the boat upwards towards the surface of the water.  The boat will continue to float as long as the force of buoyancy is bigger than the force of Gravity.