Good Morning Owls!
I hope you are all well? It’s the penultimate week of school (look it up in the dictionary!) and for some of you your penultimate week in Primary School.We are all preparing to give you a spectacular send off and can’t wait to hear all of your speeches Year 6!
So let’s start by getting our brains warmed up for learning. This morning’s quiz question is as follows: Which famous sporting event first took place on this date, 9th July 1877?
Whilst you’re mulling that one over let’s get to today’s tasks:
1) Spellings – practise this weeks spellings using the word searches below.
Year 5 Word Search Black and White
Year 6 Word Search Black and White
2)Make sure you find time to read today.
3)English -Today, choose whether to complete BBC Bitesize or the Oak National Academy outlined below.
Year 5, work through the English lesson for Thursday of week 10 (Week beginning Monday 29th June). In this lesson, we are to going to focus on ‘direct and indirect speech‘ in a newspaper report.
Year 6, work through the activity for Wednesday of week 10 (Week beginning Monday 29th June) called ‘Writing Focus:’Punctuation for Parenthesis’.
4)Maths White Rose Summer term week 11, day 4:
Year 5 Video, Worksheet and Answers
Year 6 Video, Worksheet and Answers
Alternatively, Year 6 – continue your Corbet School transition task again today. Think about where you will take your investigation. At the end of your investigation, write a short conclusion about what you have found.
Sweets in a Box Lesson Outline
Sweets in a Box Powerpoint Year 6
Remember to complete your work on paper and take it to The Corbet when you start there.
5)ttrockstars or Numbergym
6)More ideas for today:
*Year 6 Work on your Leaver’s speech (see separate post).
1.Wiggle Jiggle https://www.singup.org/singupathome/songs-to-get-moving Get those bodies moving!
2. A poor bird (Day 38) https://www.nycos.co.uk/daily-activities/ Check out the lyrics on the song sheet
3. Roll the old Chariot along https://www.singup.org/singupathome/songs-for-learning/4-7 Try singing The drunken sailor as a partner song with this just as we do with I’m gonna sing and Swing low.
4. Count on me https://www.singup.org/singupathome/empowering-inspiring
5. As the sun rises https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=148&v=IAQte2rSP5I&feature=emb_logo Something to think about https://www.outoftheark.co.uk/ext/pdfs/outoftheark-at-home/SongActivity-AS-THE-SUN-RISES.pdf
Year 6 Special for the final two weeks of term
Follow the attached listening and composing activities based on Harry Potter music. Listen to and appraise familiar music from the Harry Potter films, using the listening guide and exercise sheet in the pack. Then watch this fun video of a rhythmic chant using the characters’ names from the films. Challenge the class or yourself to create a Ruyton XI Towns version! Turn it into a leavers’ chant using everyone’s names! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tx1XIm6q4r4
Listening and Creating
The Firebird by Igor Stravinsky on BBC Ten Pieces at Home
Scroll to Week 7 of BBC Ten Pieces at Home. First watch Claudia Winkelman as she discovers the magical story that inspired Stravinsky’s soaring music. Next, see how illustrator James Mayhew uses Stravinsky’s music to inspire him to draw. Listen again and create your own fantastic illustration. https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/ten-pieces-at-home/zjy3382
Finally, Rev. Burns will be joining us virtually in school today for a special service. If you wish to join please let Nikki in the office know and I will forward an invite so that you can join us of you are at home.
Have a fabulous day,
Mrs Henney x
Answer: On this date 1877 the first ever Wimbledon tennis championship begins – first official lawn tennis tournament – men’s singles only.