MathsIn today’s lesson, you will need to watch the video 'Lesson 4 – Calculate the perimeter’ under the tab 'Summer Term - Week 3'. Complete the questions and then mark your answers using the sheets provided.
MathsIn today’s lesson, you will need to watch the video 'Lesson 3 – Divide with remainders’ under the tab 'Summer Term - Week 3'. Complete the questions and then mark your answers using the sheets provided.
05.05.2020 - MathsIn todays lesson, you will need to watch the video 'Lesson 2 - Multiply 4-digits by 2-digits' under the tab 'Summer Term - Week 3'. Complete the questions and then mark your answers using the sheets provided.
5.05.20 - Dance - Hesapiko (a traditional Greek dance)Watch this Greek dance and then have a go at it by following along. You need to keep your arms up, or maybe you could get someone at home to have a go with you. Please send me any videos or pictures of you doing this to email@example.com
The Cracking Ideas competition is a brilliant initiative from the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) to get children aged 4-11 creating their very own inventions - just like Wallace and his trusty companion Gromit!
This is a chance for you to get creative and is a great way to keep you busy at home.
To take part, download the worksheet (linked below), then upload your entry here: https://crackingideas.com/ideasgallery
There are some incredible prizes, including:
- An Aardman model making workshop for your school,
- Your invention will be made by the Kids Invent Stuff team and featured on their Youtube channel,
- Your invention will be features in an exciting new Wallace & Gromit Augmented Adventure, The Big Fix Up.
04.05.2020 - Maths In todays lesson, you will need to watch the video 'Lesson 1 - Multiply 2-digit numbers (area model)' under the tab 'Summer Term - Week 3'. Complete the questions and then mark your answers using the sheets provided.
30.04.2020 - MathsIn todays lesson, you will need to watch the video 'Lesson 4 - Subtracting decimals with a different number of decimal places' under the tab 'Summer Term - Week 2'. Complete the questions and then mark your answers using the sheets provided.
As the weather is due to be rubbish for a couple of days, I have written a short sports quiz for you. There are some current questions, some historical research for you to do, an anagram to solve and a follow up clip to watch if you wish.
Hopefully this will keep you busy and thinking about the history of sport until the good weather returns next week!
Feel free to email me to let me know what you found out and what you thought of the sports performance clip at the end.
29.04.2020 - Daily Hello Magpies!Joke of the day sent in by Poppy - What do you call a gorilla that has bananas stuck in its ears? Anything because it can't hear you!
BBC - Great British Bunting
With so many events cancelled or restricted for the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of VE Day on 8th May, BBC Radiowanted to come up with a way for people across the UK to mark the occasion and express their pride in our country and to remember and honour the men and women of WW2.
They have sent some guidance on making some bunting that you can display in your window, so we wanted to pass this on.
If you do make some bunting then we would love to see some photos of it.
29.04.2020 - MathsIn todays lesson, you will need to watch the video 'Lesson 3 - Adding decimals with a different number of decimal places' under the tab 'Summer Term - Week 2'. Complete the questions and then mark your answers using the sheets provided.
28.04.2020 - MathsIn todays lesson, you will need to watch the video 'Lesson 2 - Subtracting decimals with the same number of decimal places' under the tab 'Summer Term - Week 2'. Complete the questions and then mark your answers using the sheets provided.
27.04.2020 - MathsIn today's lesson, you will need to watch the video under the tab 'Summer Term - Week 2' and go to lesson 1 'Adding decimals with the same number of decimal places'. Then have a go at answering the questions below and mark them once you've finished. .
24.04.20 - Maths Challenge! In today's Maths lesson there is a challenge for you to have a go at completing. Aim to complete questions 1-5 and if you would like to push yourself, try to complete them all!
23.04.2020 - Maths In today's Maths lesson, you will need to watch the video for 'Lesson 4 - Adding decimals - crossing the whole' under the tab 'Summer Term - Week 1'. Then try to complete the activities provided below and mark your answers.
22.04.2020 - MathsIn today's lesson, you will need to complete 'Lesson 3 - Complements to 1' under the tab 'Summer Term - Week 1'. You should start by watching the supporting video and then complete the worksheet provided.
Basketball has always been a popular sport at White Rock, and our nearest professional team are the Plymouth Raiders. Some of their staff have released a number of videos designed to challenge and develop your skill set.
Work your way through the videos from number 1 onward and see how many of these challenges you can complete using the correct techniques.
You may use a ball of your choice (the bigger the ball the harder it gets!) If you have a basketball - brilliant! But if you don't any ball will still create a challenge for you.
Enjoy the challenge, and whilst you are on the Raiders YouTube page, check out some of their game footage to see how the game is played at a pro level in the UK.
15.04.2020 - MathsFor Maths this week, follow the link below and click on Week 2. Today's lesson will be 'Lesson 1 - Rounding Decimals', watch the video and then try to answer the questions on the sheet attached below.
Welcome to Sketchbooks!Sketchbooks! is a short online course AccessArt has created in response to the Covid-19 outbreak. It is made up of a combination of resources on AccessArt, specially re-edited so that they are suitable for all ages and all abilities to use at home. No special materials are required and it is completely free to take part. Parents may wish to help facilitate the project for very young children. The ideas below can be spread out over a number of days or weeks, and the skills and experience learnt will stand pupils in good stead for when they return to school. The activities are also suitable for parents and teachers to undertake themselves!
27.03.20 - Maths In today's lesson, you will need to complete Lesson 5 - Thousandths as Decimals and answer the questions in the worksheet below. You will need the following resources: squared paper, pencil and a ruler.
26.03.20 - MathsIn Maths, you will be completing Lesson 4 - Understanding Thousandths. You will need a pencil, squared paper and a ruler. Once you have answered the questions attached below, check your answers to see how you did.
PE Challenge in Partnership with the Total 14 Football Academy!
Craig from Total 14 has today set an online challenge to his Academy players which includes White Rock children as he comes in to provide us with our football coaching.
There are 20 football teams that Craig has described only by using emojis. He has not given us the answers yet - so between us do you reckon that we can crack the 20 and send them to Craig before anybody else can?
To help you out, I reckon 14 is New York Red Bulls...
Chat to family, FaceTime your friends and see how many you can get.
Email me your ideas firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feel free to design any others and send them to me and I'll see if I can guess them!
25.03.20 - Maths In your Maths learning today, please complete Lesson 3 - Decimals as fractions (2). You will need your learning book, a pencil a and ruler for this lesson. Watch the video and then complete the activity linked below.
24.03.20 - Maths Follow the link to Lesson 2 - Decimals as fractions (1) and watch the teaching video. You will need your squared paper, a pencil and a ruler. Complete the activity sheet (linked below) and then mark your answers. Unfortunately, we're unable to make the Maths activity sheets interactive. Please write the questions into your book and then have a go at answering these.
24.03.20 - Art with Mr Aldredge - Session1Focusing on Colour through study of Cave Painting. For this session you'll need: plain paper and pencil/pen Colour Media (Paint, coloured pencils, felt pens or pastels) Laptop, phone or tablet Coffee/tea for staining!
23.03.20 Year 5 Maths Lesson 1For this lesson, you will need: Your Remote Learning Book, a pencil, a ruler and a rubber. Please follow the link and watch the video for Lesson 1 - Decimals upto 2 decimal points. You will then need to complete the worksheet with targeted questions below.
Free English and Maths materials in Learning at Home packs
Hamilton Trust will be providing free packs for English and Maths for each year group so that these materials can be made available for parents and children at home. Packs for Week 1 are being added as soon as they are completed and will all be available by the end of the week. Further packs will follow.
If you're looking for resources or activities for independent learning or home education, these YouTube Kids playlists have been created to make it easy for children to create some inspired writing. Scroll down to find each playlist and to download writing templates. Suitable for KS1 to KS3.
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