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Spelling Test Sheet. Friday 2nd October 2020.

Friday 18th September 2020. Spelling Homework.

Autumn Term Homework Grid 2020.

Monday 13th July 2020. Whilst some home-learning websites will be inactive over the holidays to give you a break, with most of us staying at home, you may want some activities to keep you busy. If that is the case, please have a look at these ideas I have found. Happy holiday Robins!

Monday 13th July 2020. Spelling, Grammar and Handwriting Sheets. Please remember that there are some fantastic reading comprehensions or Grammar mats on 'Twinkle' if you would prefer to do those. Remember to contact me if you need me to print off your learning packs.

Monday 6th July. Robin's Well-being activity for this week.

Monday 6th July 2020. Spelling, Grammar and Handwriting Sheets. Please remember that there are some fantastic reading comprehensions or Grammar mats on 'Twinkle' if you would prefer to do those. Remember to contact me if you need me to print off your learning packs.

Monday 29th June 2020. Robin's Well-being activity for this week.

Monday 29th June. Spelling, Grammar and Handwriting Sheets. Please remember that there are some fantastic reading comprehensions or Grammar mats on 'Twinkle' if you would prefer to do those. Remember to contact me if you need me to print off your learning packs.

Monday 22nd June. Spelling, Grammar and Handwriting Sheets. Please remember that there are some fantastic reading comprehensions or Grammar mats on 'Twinkle' if you would prefer to do those. Remember to contact me if you need me to print off your learning packs.

Friday 19th June This weeks well-being activity.

Don't forget to have a go at the Fern Animal Sanctuary Short Story Challenge for children.

https://www.ferneanimalsanctuary.org/short-story-challenge/

Entries now open. They are excited to launch their Short Story Challenge to help raise essential funds for Ferne at this difficult time. They are inviting children aged between 5 and 13 to write a story of up to 500 words with an animal theme. Have a go Robins! Below is Tilly's entry. She has worked very hard over the last week. Well done Tilly!

 

Shimmers lucky day

Shimmer was a small chestnut foal, she was very furry, and she had stubby legs and a black muzzle. One morning Shimmer felt down in the dumps so she went to find some food. She went into the damp gloomy woods, finally she found a lush green field with beautiful grass .Luckily it was not fenced so she started munching eagerly. She nearly ate around the whole field but not quite. After a few minutes, she was full, so she lay down and had a rest.

 

Just as she was about to close her eyes she saw a glint of sparkles. She went to see what it was, it was a shine jewel it was purpley pink, and she touched it twice.   She felt some tingling but she ignored it.

 

Suddenly she felt quite thirsty, so she went to find some water. She found a pond and she drank a little and saw her reflection. Her eyes widened and she realised she had some wings, a horn and shiny hooves.  She blinked as if she was in a dream but nothing happened. She was so excited! She could not wait to show her mum .She tried flapping her wings and there she was flying home!

By Tilly

Monday 15th June - Friday 19th June. This weeks well-being activity.

Friday 5th June

Purple Mash

Please could you make sure you are checking your 'Purple Mash' Email accounts for messages. 

Tilly designing a card to send to her gran.Friday 5th June 2020

Well-being Activity 

Connecting with others really helps our mental health.  This has been harder than normal during lock down and we are all missing our friends and family.  Your well being activity this week is to create or make something and give it to someone else.  You might decide to bake a cake for a friend and leave it on their doorstep (remember to stick to the social distancing rules!) You could write a letter or poem and post it to relative you haven't seen in a while.  Or how about recording a song or message and sending it to your friends.  We are looking forward to seeing some of your ideas. 

 

Fern Animal Sanctuary Short Story Challenge for children.

https://www.ferneanimalsanctuary.org/short-story-challenge/

Entries now open. They are excited to launch their Short Story Challenge to help raise essential funds for Ferne at this difficult time! They are inviting children aged between 5 and 13 to write a story of up to 500 words with an animal theme. Have a go Robins!

Thursday 4th June 2020. Well done Tilly, Sophie and Gracie for making these fantastic bird feeders over half term.

 Friday 22nd May 2020

Robins Well- being activity 

Cheerio Bird Feeder

Thankfully, during lockdown we have been very lucky with the weather and nature has been at its best. One of the greatest uplifting sounds around us has been birdsong and every bird seems to have been singing its heart out.

Here is an activity that will help us repay those birds for all of the pleasure that they are giving us – you will need some Cheerios and pipe cleaners, old wire coat hangers or string.

All you have to do is thread those Cheerios onto the pipe cleaners and make them into a shape of your choice. This can then be hung on a nearby tree or window ledge and then you can just wait for the birds to arrive and feed.

Listening to bird song is an excellent Mindfulness activity that can relax you and help with anxiety. In the garden or at an open window, get your children to simply get comfortable, close their eyes and listen……..see how many different sounds your child can identify – different pitches and rhythms all of which are joyful and uplifting, Afterwards your child may be able to impersonate the sounds that they have heard.

By looking at the type of birds that are visiting your garden, you could make a tally of the different kinds,  research their species and try to associate the sounds that you have been hearing with particular birds.

Happy listening! Mrs Griffiths

Friday 5th June. I think Jesse is winning so far. Keep sending me your photo's.

Friday 22nd May 2020. Sunflower growing competition. Over the next six weeks it would be fantastic if you could grow a sunflower. Please Email me each week with the heights so that I can publish the weekly winners in our newsletter. There will be a prizes for the tallest sunflowers. I have added some fantastic sunflower resources below

Summer Term Home Learning Document.

Religion and Worldviews 18th May 2020

Take a look at your Religion and Worldviews page for this week's activity.

Monday 11th May Year 3 Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar challenges for the Summer Term.

Friday 11th  May 2020    MATHS HOMEWORK

 

From Monday 11th May White Rose is changing its access for parents. I have managed to go onto the site and download the worksheets (below). Please log on to White Rose for the video clips or BBC Bitesize.  If you are having problems printing please draw/write out the work in an exercise book or on paper. If you are having any issues please Email me. Mrs G

Year 3

Monday 11th May - Multiply and divide by 4 & 8.

Tuesday 12th May - Multiply and divide by 1 digit number.

Wednesday 13th May - Divide a 2 digit number by a 1 digit number.

Thursday 14th May - Multiply and divide problem solving.

Friday 15th May - Maths challenge.

 

Year 4

Monday 11th May - Multiplying and dividing problem solving.

Tuesday 12th May - Perimeter of a rectangle.

Wednesday 13th May - Perimeter of rectilinear shape.

Thursday 14th May - Area - Counting squares.

Friday 15th May - Maths challenge.

 

Religion and Worldviews 11th May 2020

Head over to the Robins' Religion and Worldviews page for this week's activities.

 

Friday 1st May 2020    MATHS HOMEWORK

 

Please log on to White Rose for the video clips and activities. If you are having problems printing please draw/write out the work in an exercise book or on paper. If you are having any problems please Email me. Mrs G

 

Week 3 Summer Term Year 3

Monday 4th May - Convert pounds and pence.

Tuesday 5th May - Add money.

Wednesday 6th May - Subtract money.

Thursday 7th May - Multiply and divide by 3.

Friday 8th May - Maths challenge.

 

Week 3 Summer Term Year 4

Monday 4th May - Multiply 2-digit number by 1-digit number.

Tuesday 5th May - Multiply 3-digit number by 1-digit number.

Wednesday 6th May - Divide 2-digit number by 1-digit number.

Thursday 7th May - Divide 3-digit number by 1-digit number.

Friday 8th May - Maths Challenge.

 

Religion and Worldviews

This term Robins will be learning about what Muslims believe about Islam and Iman. Here are our aims:

By the end of this unit pupils will be able to:  

  • understand that although Allah created everything, humans have been given the responsibility to look after that creation.  

  • recall that Muhammad taught Muslims that there are 99 names for Allah which describe what He is like.  

  • raise and suggest answers to relevant questions in response to what they have learnt about the Islamic belief in Allah and Khalifah.  

  • associate artefacts like prayer mats, mosques and the Qur’an with Islam.  

  • use the word ‘Muslim’ correctly to refer to a follower of the religion of Islam.  

  • identify Muhammad as a man who is deeply respected in in Islam as the Messenger of God.  

  • recall the story of the first revelation Muhammad received – the Night of Power: understand that Islam teaches that Muhammad told many others what the revelations were.They wrote down the Words that had been revealed to Muhammad. What they wrote formed a book – the holy Qur’an. 

  • understand that the Qur’an is treated with great respect by Muslims, including that it is often kept in a stand, kept above all other books, is sometimes wrapped in a cloth, a Muslim will wash their hands before touching the book. 

  • raise and suggest answers to relevant questions in response to the story of Muhammad’s first revelation.  

  • identify the two main beliefs of Islam as: the belief in only one God and the belief that Muhammad is the Messenger of God (Shahadah) 

  • understand that praying 5 times a day (Salah), which is prescribed in the Qur’an, is one way Muslims submit to the will of Allah.  

  • raise and suggest answers to relevant questions in response to what they have learnt about the Islamic belief in submitting to the will of Allah and the practice of Salah. 

 

Pupils will know:  

  • that Muslims call God ‘Allah’ which means “The God” (Al-Lah) 

  • Muslims believe that Allah created all things which exist. 

  • Islam means “Submission (to the will of Allah)” and the word Muslims means someone who has willingly submitted themselves to Allah. 

  • the sujud position (prostration) reflects Muslim submission as a physical act. 

  • Prayer can take place anywhere, as God created everything 

  • Muslims believe that Muhammad had many revelations over 22 years. 

  • Muslims believe that the angel Gabriel was ‘sent down’ with God’s holy book – the Mother of the Book. This was the book that was shown to Muhammad. So the Qur’an is a copy of God’s holy book. 

  • that God’s message is known as the ‘Straight Path’ or the Shariah. 

 

The activities the children can use to help with this will be available over on the class Religion and Worldview page. 

Please log on to White Rose for the video clips and activities. If you are having problems printing please draw/write out the work in an exercise book or on paper. If you are having any problems please Email me. Mrs G

White Rose Maths Home Learning Year 3

Monday 20th April - Friday 24th April

Monday - Equivalent fractions.

Tuesday - Equivalent fractions.

Wednesday - Compare fractions.

Thursday - Ordering fractions.

Friday - Maths challenge.

 

White Rose Maths Home Learning Year 3

Monday 27th April - Friday 1st May

Monday - Adding fractions.

Tuesday - Problem solving.

Wednesday - Problem solving.

Thursday - Problem solving.

Maths challenge.

 

White Rose Maths Home Learning Year 4

Monday 20th April - Friday 24th April

Monday - Make a whole.

Tuesday - Write decimals.

Wednesday - Compare decimals.

Thursday - Order decimals.

Friday - Maths challenge. 

 

White Rose Maths Home Learning Year 4

Monday 27th April - Friday 1st May

Monday - Round decimals.

Tuesday - Halves and quarters.

Wednesday - Pounds and pence.

Thursday - Ordering money.

Friday - Maths challenge.

Friday 27th March Year 3 & 4 Maths problems and puzzles.

Friday 27th March 'Boredom Busters' and spellings.

Friday 27th March 2020. 'The Maths Factor'. Carol Vorderman has created a 30 day maths challenge that is free to join. Children are able to collect virtual rewards and will receive an online certificate which they can be printed at home if completed. Have a go Robins. It looks fun!

Thursday 26th March. Thank you to all the parents that have Emailed photographs this week. I'm glad to see that you have been doing lots of activities such as cooking, walking, cycling, treasure hunts, music lessons and art activities. Lets all enjoy this weather while it lasts.

Friday 3rd April 2020. Spelling Test and sentence/handwriting sheet.

Maths Homework Link.

Robins 'Families' Project ideas sheet for Key Stage 2.

Summer Term Home Learning Curriculum Guide and ideas. 'Green Revolution, Stop the Pollution!'.

Monday 16th March 2020. Spellings and Homework information for Robin's Class.

October Homework Grid 2019

September Homework Grid 2019

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