***We are continually updating this page - please be patient whilst we upload content and ideas that we believe will be helpful to you at home.***
Learning from home
Dear Bisley pupils,
Please find below new work for this last week of the Easter term. We will continue to upload challenges and ideas so keep checking back.
Kingfishers and Kestrals are going to trial using See-Saw, which is an interactive online learning tool where by your teachers can see your work and comment on it. If you do not have access to technology to do that please do not worry. As a school we just want to give it a go and see what we all think. These two classes should now have received an email explaining how you can access the learning. This can be accessed through any device.
Don't forget that we have our Story Hub under the Children's tab where you can watch people telling you stories. I will continue to upload these as and when staff can record them. If you would like to appear in the hub why not ask someone to record you telling a story and send it to me and I will upload it to the website.
Year 6 you can always look at the Revision Hub under Children too - you will find lots of great ideas there.
Continue to be kind to each other, enjoy being at home and be creative with your learning. What can you learn at home that you can not learn at school?
Keep in touch!
Daily learning for everyone
- Daily reading - this could be your reading book (which you can re read), your own books, newspapers, comics, recipes, anything you have in the house!
- Number bond practice - start with bonds to 5, then move onto 10, 20, 50, 100, 1000 etc
- Times tables practice - this could be on Timestables Rockstars https://ttrockstars.com/login or Hit the Button https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
- Phonic sound practice or spelling practice
- Keep a daily diary - this could be in pictures or writing. Why not create it as comic book or try writing it in the style of another author
If you have any workbooks at home focusing on English and/or maths this would be a fantastic time to use them.
Year Group Specific Work
Mr Priestley has set up a You Tube Channel for Year 6 titled 'Eagles Keep Soaring'. www.youtube.com/channel/UC6hkZ1FZK83jrIbAY9HZZVA
Miss Foster's Riddle Challenge
Can you be the teacher?
Mrs Humphries has very helpfully popped this video together to remind you how to form your letters correctly. Although it is aimed at Reception children we think it will be helpful for everyone.
Mr Bowen has organised Library Lion and activities to go with it.
Mrs Humphries is reading Lucy's Story and she has set you a task at the end!
Although learning in Foxcubs is not statutory we thought that you may appreciate some ideas! This first sheet gives you some ideas to do at home.
We will post a different story each week and suggesting some activities that you could do at home.
The Tiger Who Came to Tea
The Paper Dolls
Please feel free to share your learning on Tapestry or post to our Facebook page.
Don't forget that all the stories which have been shared on Facebook are on Our Story Hub which is under the Children tab.
Happy Monday everyone! Have a great week - 30.3.20
Learning For All
Active learning at home
Don't forget that Joe Wicks is doing a PE lesson to the nation every week day at 9am. https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1
Premier League Primary Stars
The Premier League Primary Stars have made all of their resources free to everyone. Check out their page here https://plprimarystars.com/for-families
Here is an example of one of their packs Premier League Football Fun Activities
At school your child is used to taking part in a daily collective worship session (they may refer to it as assembly time). The Diocese of Guildford have begun creating reflections that you could use at home should you wish. As they create them we will upload them below.
Mr Moore's Maths Challenge
Have you got what it tales to accept Mr Moore's Maths Challenge?
Mrs Phillips' Geography Challenge
Can you write your own geography quiz and email it to Mrs Phillips by Wednesday at 3pm? She is going to collate a BIG quiz that we will email out to everyone.
Activities that you can do at home at any point. A great selection! How many can you tick off whilst you are at home?
Miss Taylor has popped together a list of educational TV suggestions which could be very helpful when parents are at home and need to work. We do want our children to learn but we also know that they need downtime!
Additional bits to do at home.....
A list of all the free educational websites currently available
www.amazingeducationalresources.com/ this is an amazing resource that lists everything you could ever need!
BBC Bitesize http://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize
ICT Games www.ictgames.co.uk Games for maths and literacy
Blockly https://blockly.games Learn computer programming skills - fun and free.
https://scratch.mit.edu/explore/projects/games/Creative computer programming
National Geographic Kids
www.natgeokids.com/uk/ Activities and quizzes for younger kids.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/radio Listening activities for the younger ones.
Oxford Owl for Home https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/
The Great Indoors!
The Scouts have put together a wonderful website titled the Great Indoors! They are continually adding to it and it is full of fab ideas which will keep you entertained. Why not have a look https://www.scouts.org.uk/the-great-indoors/
Virtual Museum Visits
There are lots of free virtual museum tours that you can take click here for a link to a page detailing them.