Welcome to our home learning page. Below you will find learning activities and resources for you to use at home. The Class folders will be updated weekly with the new themed learning as well as resources to help you complete the tasks at home.
Here is a suggested timetable for you:
8:45 –Start of the day activity – (SODA) e.g. a worksheet from the learning pack.
9:00 – PE lesson with Joe Wicks:
9:30 – Maths
10:30 – Break time – get active, have a snack!
10:50 – English
12:00 – Lunch
13:00 – Reading for KS2; Phonics for KS1
13:30 - Science or a foundation subject (RE, Art, DT, Geography, History, Computing etc) A different subject each day.
14:30 – Mindfulness/yoga (https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga)
14:45 - Science or a foundation subject (RE, Art, DT, Geography, History, Computing etc) A different subject each day.
15:25 – End of the school day
Our Learning Theme this week is: Music!
Try these fun music lessons kindly sent to us by one of our Monks families.
Value of the Week
Our value of the week is: Perseverance
'Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do.' - Pele.
This week's value is perseverance - a very important character trait for you to be successful in life. It means determination at working hard regardless of any odds or obstacles that may exist. It is to insist and to be firm on getting something done and not giving up. Never has this been so true than during the coronavirus pandemic as we have all adjusted to a new way of life despite the challenges it has brought.
Ways to show perseverance could include:
Try this: Fitness Fun with Miss Brewer!
For a number of weeks now, we have been inspired and motivated by Joe Wicks but now it's time to get up and get moving with Miss Brewer.
Try these activities at anytime during the day; in the morning to get you moving, the middle of the day to wake and shake you up or the afternoon to see you through to the end of the day.
We look forward to seeing your photos or videos of you joining in - please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Cracking Times Tables
Please follow this link so you carry on with your weekly Cracking Times Table test! https://atomoil.github.io/times-tables-generator/
Thank you to the Hoyle family for creating something so useful that everyone can benefit from.