Transition information for King Arthur's School
Message from King Arthur's about the homework set.
We hope that you have received the transition booklet and your child is enjoying working through the activities. Please keep the booklet safe so they can bring it with them when they come to King Arthur's.
We hope you are enjoying the lessons on our webpage. The students can keep this work safe and bring it with them on their first day to show their new teachers. If there is something they are particularly proud of, please send a copy or an image of it and we will show case some on our school website.
We are sure your child will have liked watching the video clips from our year 7 and 10 students. We have also put up a virtual tour of the school which they will find supportive to them.
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Home Learning for week beginning 13th July 2020
Hi Milky Way Class,
I hope that you are all well. Can you believe it is already the last week of term?
It has been great to see the work you have been doing about Space.Don’t forget to keep me updated with how you’re getting on. Our class e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org - it's always great to hear from you and see the fabulous work you have been doing.
The final weeks of term will continue with the space theme. The planning for this week is uploaded below along with the other resources you may need. There is also a mindfulness colouring page and wordsearch if you didn't complete them last week.
For Maths, there is a lesson for each day following the same format as last week. Remember to watch the video then apply what you have learnt to the range of questions on the worksheet. If you find them a little tricky, just try your best and do what you can do.
We will be continuing practising spellings from the spelling frame website https://spellingframe.co.uk/. This weeks' focus is rule 55 – continuing to look at words in the Year 6 spelling list. Some of these words are rather tricky so think carefully about which parts of the word are hard to remember and try to find a way to help you spell them. There is a full list of the Year 5/6 spellings below for you to refer to.
For reading comprehension, you will have three separate activities this week; see the attached PDFs below. Make sure you continue to spend 20 minutes each day reading independently. This could be from a fiction or non-fiction book or even from a webpage!
Please try to keep practising daily on Times Table Rockstars as we all know how quick recall of our multiplication facts helps in so many other areas of Maths. Visit https://ttrockstars.com/ to play. If you have any issues with logging in, please do let us know via email.
Take care and keep smiling
Hope to see you Thursday at 11.30 for our picnic and rounders game.
The children will be learning how to draw nets of a 3D shape.
Watch the video: https://vimeo.com/436508560
Answer the questions and check your answers (see PDF below).
The children will be learning about the properties of circles.
Watch the video: https://vimeo.com/436508693
Answer questions and check your answers (See PDF below).
The children will be learning to read and interpret pie charts .
Watch the video: https://vimeo.com/436508805
Answer questions and check your answers (see PDF below).
The children will learning how to calculate the mean .
Watch the video: https://vimeo.com/436509055
Answer the questions and check your answers (See PDF below).
Today you have a challenge activity linked to the learning you have done this week. See how many of the challenges you can complete.
READING GUIDE FOR PARENTS AND VOLUNTEER READERS
Please click on the link below to take you to the Parents Curriculum Support page where you will find the Reading Guide for Parents and Volunteer Readers. This guide will provide you with helpful information and tips when reading with your child / children.
Welcome to Milky Way Class!
Our learning experience this half term is called
For further information, please read the curriculum newsletter above.
Take home task:
Hand in date:
Numeracy and spellings: