Class F

During School Closure –

In these unprecedented times, it is vital that the children's education is disrupted as little as possible. The benefit a lot from the structure of school and wherever possible, it would be beneficial to keep to a routine. To these ends, there children have been supplied with learning packs that contain their maths book (lesson sheets will be emailed weekly), the book they are currently reading as well as another for when they have finished the first, an exercise book for their writing which will be emailed weekly and some comprehension sheets. There is also a suggested timetable below.

 

Suggested Timetable

 First hour - Maths

Break

20 minutes reading comprehension

one hour literacy

Afternoons are normally spent doing science, history, geography, art etc.

Suggested links for these activities can be found at the links below - more will be added to the school website and emailed.

Twinkl have opened their resources (a free account needs to be created) https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/covid19-school-closures

You all have the Login details for Discovery education in your packs – children are familiar with this site and ALL subject areas are on here with interactive games and videos to watch. https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/home/index.html

 

Children need to read daily (little and often and a variety of sources)

 

Start your day / break times -

Walk the dog / Get some fresh air

Super movers BBC - https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-collection/zbr4scw

Just dance on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/justdancegame/videos

Cosmic kids yoga on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/user/CosmicKidsYoga/videos

 

Children are encouraged to keep a diary of how they feel about daily envents too. This will help with well being.

 

Twinkl is a resource website that is widely used by schools. It has resources for all areas of the curriculum. Whilst schools are closed, they are offering parents free full access to the website. You will need to register using the offer code: UKTWINKLHELPS

Twinkl interactive links - Year 5

Twinkl interactive links - Year 6

 

Welcome to Class F

We are a class of 21 students from Years 5 & 6. Our teacher is Mr Midgley and we have two Teaching Assistants on different days: Mrs Johnson and Mrs White. 

Our science topic this term is Evolution and Inheritance.

Have a look at the activities on these sites:

What is a fossil?

What is evolution?

Are you smarter than a plant?

Mary Anning - Lyme Regis Museum

Mary Anning - (BBC) Inspirational Fossil Hunter

Our topic is based on Anglo Saxons

The history of the Anglo Saxons.

More Anglo Saxon information

 

PE is on Tuesdays and Fridays - Please ensure that PE kit is available all week as we sometimes juggle the timetable. As we will be outside in all but the most extreme weathers, please ensure that the kit includes warm outer clothing.

 

 

 

 



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Anglo Saxon Artifacts

Real Anglo Saxon Artifacts

As part of our topic, Class F borrowed a loan box from The Collection museum in Lincoln which contained real and replica artifacts. We used these to help understand what the peolpe were like and what they felt was important as well as to try our hand at some watercolour still life painting.

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Class F evacuated to Home front stronghold!

Class F visit to 'We'll Meet Again' Museum

As part of our WW2 topic, the members of class F travelled back in time to the 'We'll Meet Again' home front museum. Great effort had been made to get into character as the children dressed as evacuees (they looked amazing!!) and boarded the transport to take them to safety.

Greeted by 'Sarge', the children meekly lined up and then split into two groups: one group looked at the lives of women and children - rationing, toys, clothes etc whilst the other group were treated to a Blitz experience.

This was an amazing day and well worth a family visit (Frieston shore - just 30 minutes drive away).

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