Owl Class Learning – 26.6.20

Happy Friday Owls! I really do feel like the days are flying by at the moment! It was lovely to see lots of you in school for your photographs yesterday! You all looked great in your leavers hoodies.

I hope you all enjoyed your home and class learning yesterday. Did anyone find any more interesting facts about the 26th June?

As yesterday, some of you will be completing these at home whilst others will be completing here at school. Remember, whether your are at home or school; we are here to help and always love seeing your fantastic contributions.

Spellings – Ask if a partner/ member of your family would like to have a go at your wordsearch/ Cross word from yesterday’s lesson. Some of them looked extremely tricky in class yesterday!

Reading Eggs practice – 20 Minutes

English – BBC Bitesize

The link to each year group is as follows for today’s Bitesize bookclub activity. In these lessons you will, using the play Macbeth, learn how to summarise a character and use information from a text to write (Year 5 ) and  how to summarise and explain what Shakespeare says (Year 6).

Maths –  It’s Family Maths Challenge Day. Follow the link for the challenge and this link for the answers.

Remember you can also chart your success and print off certificates here.

If you have time you could also log into your ttrockstar account or Numbergym


In this lesson you will learn the basics of talking about what day, month and time it is in French.

PHSE –  Working either independently or with a member of your family , organise the list of activities using the following headings: things we should do ‘everyday’; ‘sometimes’; ‘if there is a problem’; ‘rarely or not at all’. First,  do this for physical health (looking after bodies). Then  repeat this activity, but this time considering mental health (looking after minds – feelings and emotions).

Taking care of our mental health is just as important as taking care of our physical health and the two are closely linked; many of the activities that help people’s physical health also support their mental health. It may also be worth noting that in order for some people to maintain good health (physical or mental) there may be things they have to do every day, that other people may only do sometimes e.g. taking medication. Have a think about some other examples and add these to your list. Could a member of your family complete now; do their answers differ in any way?

Have a fun filled day everyone. Take care.

Mrs Henney x