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Thank you so much for all of your kind words, cards and generous gifts. We have thoroughly enjoyed teaching your children and have been so disappointed not to finish the year with them all. We wish you a fantastic summer full of fun, relaxation and a well deserved rest after all of your hard work this year.

 

Thank you for your continued support and we look forward to seeing everybody again in September.

Happy Holidays!

Here you can find some suggested activities for each day. Activities will be available throughout the week but will be cleared at the weekend ready for the new week. If you didn't get to finish an activity, that's fine, you can always carry it on later in the week! Please don't worry if you don't get through all of the activities. We understand that many of you are working from home as well as trying to home school your children. The activities are there as a guide only, just do your best!

 

Remember, if you get stuck you can always ask a question on the school blog. You can also share what you have been doing for everybody to see. It is a good way to keep your friends updated and to stay in touch. 

We are continuing with our Parish Projects homework grid for this term and there are some new spelling words and activities to try this half term. 

Monday 13th July

English

Reading Comprehension

Our comprehension work this week will be based on a story in a video rather than a reading extract. It should encourage the children to think about what happens in the story and why. 

Click on the link to watch the story and then answer the questions below. 

 

https://www.literacyshed.com/bubbles.html

 

Maths

Most  of you should be ok having a go at the E worksheets (blue stars at the bottom of each question). 

 

If you are  finding this a bit tricky, try the D worksheets (red stars at the bottom of each  question).

 

Want to challenge yourself? Try the  GD worksheets (orange stars at the  bottom of each question). 

Other

Tuesday 14th July

English

Maths

Most  of you should be ok having a go at the E worksheets (blue stars at the bottom of each question). 

 

If you are  finding this a bit tricky, try the D worksheets (red stars at the bottom of each  question).

 

Want to challenge yourself? Try the  GD worksheets (orange stars at the  bottom of each question). 

Other

Wednesday 15th July

English

Maths

Most  of you should be ok having a go at the E worksheets (blue stars at the bottom of each question). 

 

If you are  finding this a bit tricky, try the D worksheets (red stars at the bottom of each question).

 

Want to challenge yourself? Try the  GD worksheets (orange stars at the  bottom of each question). 

If you want to make a clock to help you to practise telling the time, there is a template below. 

Other

Thursday 16th July

If you are coming to school today, please don't do this work at home as it is what we will be doing at school.  Looking for something extra to do? Go on the 'Home Learning' page and have a look at some of the activities on there. 


https://www.malvernparish.co.uk/home-learning-1/

 

English

Maths

Most  of you should be ok having a go at the E worksheets (blue stars at the bottom of each question). 

 

If you are  finding this a bit tricky, try the D worksheets (red stars at the bottom of each  question).

 

Want to challenge yourself? Try the  GD worksheets (orange stars at the  bottom of each question). 

 

Did you find yesterday's work on o'clock and half past quite tricky? If so, click on the link to watch the video and learn some more. Then have a bit more of a practise with these worksheets instead of moving on to quarter past and quarter to.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Posbu-VKxU&feature=emb_title

Other

Friday 17th July

If you are coming to school today, please don't do this work at home as it is what we will be doing at school.  Looking for something extra to do? Go on the 'Home Learning' page and have a look at some of the activities on there. 


https://www.malvernparish.co.uk/home-learning-1/

English

Maths

Most  of you should be ok having a go at the E worksheets (blue stars at the bottom of each question). 

 

If you are  finding this a bit tricky, try the D worksheets (red stars at the bottom of each question).

 

Want to challenge yourself? Try the  GD worksheets (orange stars at the  bottom of each question). 

If you had a go at o'clock and half past again yesterday, try moving on to Thursday's lesson on quarter past and quarter to today. If you would prefer, try working on the worksheet below which only concentrates on quarter past. 

If you want to practice quarter past and quarter to a little bit more before moving on to 5 minute  intervals, have a go at the worksheet below. 

Other

Maths Activities

Some of the suggested activities for Maths will follow the structure of a scheme called White Rose. When this happens I will place a link under the correct day so that you can find the videos and learning resources. I am aware that some children have already been using these resources at home and if so you will need to carry on following the dates on the website and continuing with your sequence. You will find worksheets to match from BBC Bitesize.  If not, please follow the links and resources I have added as we will start from the beginning. 

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