Below are some activities for you to work through while you are isolating (as long as you are well enough to work). Do one maths activity and one English activity per day and then choose from the additional activities at the bottom if you want to do more. Please don’t do any of this work unless you are isolating but feeling well. If you’re ill and not well enough to be at school then you should be resting. If you are on your second or third time of isolation then scroll down the page to find week 2 and week 3.


  1. Number Review

Please click on the link below to take you to the Number Review page from Target Your Maths. This is a review of the work we did in week 2 on place value, ordering numbers, rounding and negative numbers. The answers are on page 2 so you can mark your work once you’ve done it.

Number Review Questions p.1 Answers p.2

  1. Ordering Numbers and Rounding

This activity focuses more on ordering numbers and rounding and requires you to use the greater than and less than symbols. Here is the link for the activity:

Ordering Numbers and Rounding

Here is the link for the answers:

Ordering Numbers and Rounding Answers

  1. Multiplication Pyramids

In multiplication pyramids, pairs of numbers are multiplied together to make the number above them. Have a go at solving the multiplication pyramid puzzles in the link below. Choose section A, B or C according to your confidence and understanding.

Multiplication Pyramids

Multiplication Pyramids Answers

  1. Multiplying and Dividing by 10, 100 and 1000

Remember when multiplying by 10 you move all the digits one place to the left to make the number ten times bigger because 10 has one zero. When multiplying by 100, you do the same thing but all the digits move two places to the left because 100 has two zeros and for 1000, three places to the left. When dividing by 10, 100 or 1000 we are making the original number smaller so we do the opposite and move the digits to the right. Try it out using the sheets in the link below:

Multiplying by 10, 100 and 1000

Dividing by 10, 100 and 1000

Here are the answers to both activities:

Multiplying and Dividing by 10, 100, 1000 answers

  1. Maths Mystery

The link below will take you to a maths mystery called The Mystery of the Missing Knight. The idea of the game is that you solve a mystery by working through a range of different maths puzzles and activities. At the end of each activity you can cross people off your list of suspects (it’s a bit like the game Cluedo – you have a list of suspects and instead of travelling round the board asking questions you solve maths questions and eventually you will be left with one suspect.) Try to solve all the clues so you can find out who the culprit is! As the document is a PDF, the answers are at the end of it. Make sure you don’t look ahead or you’ll ruin it for yourself:



This theme of work is based on Wonder by R J Palacio. There are five day’s work but don’t worry if you’re not off long enough to do them all; just start at day one.

This work is all about the moving story of August Pullman.

Due to the sensitive nature of the content of this book, it is strongly advised that parents monitor and support the reading and watching of clips throughout this unit with ongoing discussion.

When following links online, parents should monitor that children are remaining on that page only and are keeping safe online.

Whether you have read the book before, seen the film or it is new to you, you will enjoy a week of delving into the world of Auggie.

Day 1

LI – to make judgements about characters using evidence from the text

1)      Read and enjoy up to the chapter ‘First Day Jitters.’ (Page 35 if you have the book)

2)      What are your first impressions of the following characters? Jot down a few ideas for each character

focusing only on what you have read. (Not what you know if you have read/seen Wonder before!)

You might have more than one first impression of a character, in which case write them all.

– August

– Mom

– Dad

– Mr Tushman

– Jack Will

– Julian

– Charlotte


Day 2

LI – to write a diary entry.

  • Imagine you are Auggie. How would you be feeling before your first day at school?

Write a short diary entry (no more than two paragraphs)  for the night before you start school. Consider the following:

– your thoughts and feelings;

– your hopes for the day;

– your fears for the day.

2) Now watch the following clips from the film (PG certificate):

3)Then read the chapter ‘Choose Kind’ (pg45 in the book) up to the chapter ‘September’ (pg61 in the book).

4) Consider how Auggie’s first day actually went.

            Write another diary entry as Auggie at the end of this first day.

Consider the following:

  • Write about the events of the day in chronological order (the order they happened throughout the day)
  • Add in your thoughts and feelings.
  • Hopes/fears for the next day.
  • Hopes/fears for friendships.


Day 3

LI – to produce an information page for a given audience.

Task 1. With an adult, research together the condition that affected Auggie – Treacher Collins Syndrome. Use this website: /condition/geneticdisorders/treachercollins-syndrome

Have a look at this website:

On the home page, scroll down to the section ‘Meet Our Kids.’ Take a look at a few real-life stories.

Task 2. Produce an information page for a children’s magazine all about Treacher Collins Syndrome. Think about including the following: Facts about the syndrome and how it affects people; a phrase or hashtag about the importance of being kind; reference to the book; reference to stopping bullying; any useful websites.

You can carry out your own research too to help you. Be as creative as you can and make your page visually appealing. Remember to think about the purpose and audience. The purpose is to provide information about Treacher Collins Syndrome. The audience is children.

Day 4

Poetry – Beautifully different, wonderfully the same!

LI – to write poetry using a given format.

Task 1. Read the following poem:

Look up the word ‘ugly’ in a dictionary/Word Hippo (online dictionary) Now read this poem:

(I bet you can’t read it without actually singing!) What does ‘unique’ mean? Look it up in a dictionary and write down the definition. Can you find some synonyms for the word unique? Note them down. We are all unique! What makes you unique? Write down a list of things that make you unique. It could be something unique about your appearance, about your family, about your hobbies/interests etc.

Task 2. Write your ‘Unique’ poem all about you. Follow this format:

Unique feature
This is me
Synonym for unique
Unique feature
This is me
Synonym for unique

Here is an example to look at:

My hair is mousey brown and won’t stay straight
But this is me
I am unique
I have seventeen freckles on my nose
But this is me
I am exceptional
But this is me

You can have as many lines as you want in your poem. Share your finished poem with someone that you live with.

Day 5

Extended write: LI – to write descriptively.

Today you are going to write your own opening chapter about a child’s first day at school; a child who is different in some way.

Task 1. Watch these clips. Tamara:


The Present:

Little Freak:

Task 2. Choose one of the above as a character for your story. Think about what you have read/watched this week regarding Auggie. See the tables below for a way to plan your story. After you have planned your story, write your first chapter. Read back your chapter out loud and check back over your spelling and punctuation.

Character First Impression Evidence from the text
Auggie I think Auggie is compassionate.


I think Auggie is …

I think this because in the text it says ‘I wanted her to see how mad I was at her. But then I saw her face and just nodded. She seemed more scared than I was.’






Generic plot extracted from Wonder Your new plot using either Tamara, the boy from The Present or Little Freak
How the main character is feeling before school, walking to his classroom, children’s initial responses to him
1st lesson- 1st teacher- a negative experience  


Lunchtime- one positive and one negative experience
How main character is feeling after his first day  



Additional Activities

Many of us used the BBC Online Learning during lockdown. Even though children are now back at school, the BBC have produced some new online lessons for the autumn term which would give you lots to go at while you’re off school. Follow this link to take you to the website:

Once there, you can choose from maths, English, science, history and geography.

I would recommend the following lessons:

English – The Weird and wonderful world of Roald Dahl and Writing for different purposes.

Maths – Number and Place Value, Addition and Subtraction, Multiplication and Division.

Science – Science Skills

History – World War One

Geography – Longitude and Latitude, Human Geography – Resources and Trade


Lots of us also used the Oak National Academy website which also offers a whole host of lessons for you to choose from. Use this link to access the website and choose from any of the lessons that interest you or pick an area that you feel you need to work on:

This should keep you very busy. Remember you’ve also got Spelling Shed, Mathletics, Purple Mash to work on and your reading book to read. If you need any help with any of the work or to share what you’ve produced, email myself and Mrs Poole on: and

We hope you’re back with us in school soon!


Oak Isolation Learning Week 2

Welcome to week two!


This week’s learning will be Grammar based and will help you with remembering different aspects of Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling.

Please click on the link below to find the English lessons. This will take you to The Oak Academy site and a screen with five different Grammar lessons; Lesson one should be done on Monday with lesson two on Tuesday etc.


For Maths for day 1 please complete ‘The Mystery Of The Locked Cupboard’ the link is below. Remember the answers are at the end and if it is taking you a long time to solve then continue with this for the next day.


For the rest of the week please click on the link below for Oak Academy maths.


Our Science topic this half term is Light and how we see. Please click on the link below which takes you to the BBC Bitesize website. There is a video, activity and quiz to do then there is a selection of other interesting videos to watch related to the light topic at the bottom of the page.


I have found two interesting video clips from the BBC Bitesize website on drawing. You could watch the clips and then have a go at putting in to practice what you have seen demonstrated.


We have been discussing bullying, racism and the Black Lives Matter movement recently in class and the link below shows different videos that cover these themes. After watching the videos you can design a poster either on paper or on the computer to encourage people to be more inclusive and how important it is to tackle these issues.

Week 3

English this week is based on Robots. The first link is the opening chapter to a book called Tin by Paidraig Kenny. The second link has the planning


Robots Planning

Maths this week is working through the following power point I suggest that you do a few slides each day. There are 21 questions to answer using all four number operations. Please do not spend more than 30 to 45 minutes each day on maths

Yr-6 Maths-Isolation Learning Week 3

For your other subjects I would like you to do a creative piece of work on something that interests you. Can you find ways that your choice demonstrates science, art, DT, music etc. You could choose a subject such as football – Art = draw a football ground, club crest, portait of a player. Music = football chant or club song. Science = healthy eating and physical strength such as training. History =  research when the club began, who started it, trophies won, famous players etc. Geography = where is the club in England – what are the local landmarks etc. I’m sure you will be able to think of lots of interesting hobbies and make a great presentation of work related to your hobby.

Don’t forget you can always go on Purple Mash, Mathletics and Spelling Shed to keep your skills up to date.

Remember you can always email us if you have any queries or questions. Our email addresses are on the Oak Class Home Page.

We’re looking forward to seeing you back in school!