Week commencing 29/06/2020

English

Writing 

Please follow the weekly schedule for English on Oak National Academy

MondayTo receive information from a non-chronological text

TuesdayTo identify features of a non-chronological text

WednesdayTo identify and use subordinating conjunctions

ThursdayTo organise facts under subheadings

FridayTo write a non-chronological text

 

Grammar

Grammar

This half term we will be consolidating the work that we have covered this year.

Consolidating commas and conjunctions: 

PowerPoint

Activity 1

Activity 2

 

 

Spelling:

Please spend 20 minutes on Spelling Frame. Complete the test after your practice for: 

Spelling Rule 21 - The /ɜ:/ sound spelt or after w click here

Spelling Rule 22 -  The /ɔ:/ sound spelt ar after w click here

 

Maths:

White Rose - for lesson presentations please 

Work your way through the slides in the presentation and the activities that go with them. 

Monday 29th June: click here - Answers - click here

Tuesday 30th June: click here - Answers - click here

Wednesday 1st July: click here  - Answers - click here

Thursday 2nd July: click here - Answers - click here

Friday 3rd July: Follow the White Rose link above for Friday's BBC Bitesize Maths Challenge.

Arithmetic Test 10 Monday 29th June 

Click here: click here

Work your way through the arithmetic test at a time when it suits you. Some questions you will be able to answer mentally, some you will have to work out on paper. Use the space provided below the question or do any working out on a piece of paper. Think about which mathematical diagrams you can use to help you work out the answer. 

 

In addition to the activities above we ask that pupils spend time every day on TimesTable Rockstars.

 

Science

 

 

 

Topic

Lesson 1: In this lesson we will be learning all about the natural features of a place that might determine where people choose to settle. You will even have the chance to design your own ideal settlement! click here

Lesson 2: Settlements come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. In today's lesson we will be thinking about why settlements take the shapes that they do. This will involve taking a trip back in history to think about the first time that humans began to settle! click here

RE - Week 5

Learning Objective – Understand how the people who go to church pray, share and help others.

Re-read 'The First Christians – Good Friends' and 'The beginning of the Church'

Activity

Think about people who go to your church.

Draw a table like the one below. In the columns, write ‘pray’, ‘share’ and ‘help’.

Pray

Share

Help

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Think about how the Church today prays, shares and helps others. You can use words or pictures. You may want to write examples like:

Pray – Pray for people who are sick, pray for homeless people, pray for people who do not have any food.

Share – Share a smile with someone, you might share your toys with your brother or sister.

Help – Help people who need it, help people who do not have any food by donating food to food banks, help someone if they have fallen over in the playground.

 

 

 

Attendance

Last Weeks Attendance

96.6 %

Total Attendance

96.7%

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