Find your class homework here in the event of coronavirus school closure
In the event of school closure, children can complete the following work daily.
- A maths challenge
- An English challenge
- A topic challenge
- Daily reading
- Daily known times tables practice
TT Rockstars https://ttrockstars.com/
Bug Club https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk
Espresso - https://www.discoveryeducation.co
Topmarks - https://www.topmarks.co.uk
Websites which could be helpful:
Online exercises, assemblies and learning challenges. Created by Essex Headteachers.
Then find the ‘Things to do at home’ link. Lots of ideas, including exploring an interactive globe.
Posts a new timetable each evening with activities, which you can print off and prepare the evening before.
Week beginning 6.7.20
Hello Deer Class. I have been very fortunate to see lots of you over the past couple of weeks and know I will see some more of you this week too. I have read some amazing stories, which your Mums and Dads kindly sent to me. I'm so pleased that 'Taking Flight' helped you to write these and I am so proud of all the effort you put into your stories. I also saw a lot of 'Hot Challenges' for maths and it's great t know you are all feeling confident. To keep those brains of your busy, I have uploaded another week of learning to this page.
This week, maths covers doubling and halving and 3D shape. English is all about how to be a responsible pet owner. Day 2s English Powerpoint can be found on Class Story on Dojo or in the Pupil Pool, Deer Class at school (it was too large to upload here). Topic covers Science and PE again (and may have a further funny video...) History, linked to art / DT, PSHE and some local geography. I hope you enjoy the activities and do some learning too.
It's getting closer to the official summer holidays, keep going for this final couple of weeks, I know you can do it :)
Welcome to Deer Class
Homework is obviously the best way for you to support your child at school. Reading with them regularly, talking to them about their writing (talk homework) and helping them with their spellings and times tables are essential.
Reading: Children need to read at home with an adult at least three times a week. This reading should be recorded in their reading records and signed by an adult. In addition, they should be encouraged to read independently as much as possible. When reading with them it is helpful to ask them questions on what they have read to check their understanding and develop their inference and deduction skills. Children receive various rewards for reading at home. We appreciate your support with helping your child with this crucial skill. Reading books and diaries will need to be in school every day.
Maths: Homework will be given to the children once a week. It will be My Maths or a worksheet. Homework will be checked every week and team points given to children who have completed it.
Spellings: This year we are sending home Look. Cover, Write, Check sheets which will have different spelling rules each week. We have asked the children to complete these as homework and ask a grown up about the meanings of the word if they are unsure. Each week, we will ask the children to write the spellings that they have remembered and then put these words into sentences. Our hope is that the children will have moved these words into their long term memory and be able to use them again in the future.
Chilli challenges: Homework books contain all the chilli challenges. We generally expect one chilli challenge to be completed a week but appreciate some may be more time consuming. We hope that the children find this a fun way to complete their homework and a good opportunity for them to share their topic learning with you.