This was Freddie in the snow the other week!
Good morning Oak Class! Welcome to Tuesday’s online learning!
Don’t forget we are having a live PSHE lesson this morning at 9:00am – set your alarm!
Mental Health and well-being – I hope that you enjoyed thinking about what makes you unique. I will be asking you what you put in our Google Meet. We will be sharing a power point during our live lesson and going through some scenario cards on how to be confidently unique. The power point slides are here for you to look at: You Are Unique Lesson Presentation The scenario cards that we will be talking through are here: You Are Unique Scenario Cards Black and White Here is a helpful sheet on how to be a respectful and confident in disagreeing with other people: Confidently Unique Activity Sheet Black and White
The final Installment of Letters from the Lighthouse
I hope you enjoy the final part of the story and guess what Mrs Poole gets upset again! I hope you enjoyed this book as much as we have! :https://youtu.be/7cVwCebS4wU
Reading – remember you need to keep going with reading everyday. You should read for a minimum of half an hour!
Please see the video I have selected for you here, you haven’t got the worksheet to accompany the video but you can work on all the questions listed on the screen. Pick the video called short division:
White rose hub – https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-6/week-5/
Now choose which page you want to complete:
Mild – Abacus textbook 1 p79 Maths Tuesday Mild
Spicy – Abacus textbook 1 p80 Tuesday Maths Spicy
Hot – Abacus textbook 2 p54 Maths Tuesday Hot
Here are the answers for Abacus textbook 1Maths Tuesday Answers mild and spicy
Here are the answers for Abacus textbook 2 Maths Tuesday Hot Answers
LI – to write a magazine, newspaper or website article.
To begin with you are going to need to research and make notes on the jungle survival story of Juliane Koepcke, using the extract from Survivors by David Long here: Survivors_FINAL_opening_extract Note: Due to the sensitive nature of this story, it is advised that it is read and discussed with an adult.
Imagine you are a news reporter who has just heard the news that a young girl – Juliane Koepcke, has survived eleven days in the jungle.
Write an article, suitable for a children’s adventure magazine, online newspaper or website, about the amazing survival story of Juliane – make sure you include information from the story so that it is factually correct.
The opening paragraph to an article, written about Juliane, can be found here: https://www.theguardia n.com/lifeandstyle/201 9/apr/07/from-the- archive-1972-observer- the-girl-who-came-back-alive-from-amazon (Note: this is a news page, so will contain links to current news articles).
Remember to keep proof-reading your work to check for spelling and punctuation. I’m looking forward to seeing your newspaper or magazine articles!
Like last week I am giving you a choice of three different activities. You can do a Joe Wicks PE lesson of your choice or Monday’s session. This is the link for Joe Wicks’ Monday session:
Or you can do a yoga session for teens with Adrienne https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kgZnJqzNaU
Or you can do a different type of PE called Circuit training which is similar to Joe Wicks but you can do this version if you fancy a change:
Or you can do Mr Garvey’s session, his sessions can be found separately on the class blog.
For Stilling Time I would like you to look at Mrs O’Donnell’s post.
Enjoy your learning!