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English - Information and resources for English including our subscription to FIRST NEWS a newspaper for children.

Writing Toolkit - UKS2 - Information on what to include in different genres of writing

 

Meet the Teacher  

As we cannot do our usual meet the teacher sessions in the classrooms with parents, staff have prepared a key information which is linked below. This presentation gives you details on staffing, topics & subject content covered, maths, reading, presentation & handwriting, spelling, homework and PE.

Meet the Teacher Presentation

 

Autumn 1 Topic - Blood Heart

Crimson, scarlet, burgundy, cherry. Blood flows through our bodies in all its vibrant shades of red. Let’s explore our circulation system. Now, surgeons, don’t be squeamish as we dissect an animal heart and examine the veins, arteries and chambers up close. They all work hard to move blood around our bodies. William Harvey was fascinated with anatomy, and made groundbreaking discoveries about valves. I wonder what we might uncover? Why do people give blood? Find out how to keep your heart happy with cardiovascular exercise and healthy food. Kickstart a campaign to spread the word about the damage caused to the lungs and heart by smoking. Hearts pound, flutter and maybe skip a beat. What makes your heart race? Is it a secret? Cross my heart, I won’t tell. 

Linked text: Pig Heart Boy – Malorie Blackman

Book list: Reading books you may enjoy linked to our topic Blood Heart

Home learning workbook: This is a home workbook you can complete with activities linked to our topic Blood Heart

Knowledge organiser: This knowledge organiser has lots of useful information linked to our topic Blood Heart. It would be useful for your learning to learn the information on this page.

Glossary: This is a glossary of key vocabulary associated with our topic Blood Heart. It would be useful for you to learn the vocabulary and understand what it means. This vocabulary could then be added into your topic work and some of your relevant writing tasks. 

 

Write to the Top - Homework

Introduction and Instructions on Write to the Top

On Monday 19th OctoberUKS2 will be writing a poem about a dragon. Children should focus on using poetic devices such as powerful vocabulary, similes, metaphors, personification, alliteration and onomatopoeia.  

Look at descriptions of dragons or poems to identify vocabulary which you could use in your poem. 

Could you use any repetition to create a rhythm in your poem? 

 

Dragon Poem

 

Spelling 

Spelling test for 23rd Octoberrecap of the half term spelling rules. 

We will be revising all the spelling rules we have learnt this half term. Reflect on what techniques helped you to learn your spellings. Were there any rules you found harder than others and you need more practise on? 

The test will have a combination of the spelling rules from the half term. 

Attached are some examples of methods to practise your spellings. 

Words with the letter string ‘ough 

 

 

Bough 

Enough 

Though 

Rough 

cough 

Words with silent letters 

 

 

Knight 

Thumb 

psalm 

Words ending in able/ably/ible/ibly 

 

. 

Sensible 

Relatable 

Understandable 

Reliable 

Words which are homophones 

 

 

Night 

Knight 

Their 

They’re 

there 

Spelling Activities

  

 

 

Permanent Links

 Here is a list of recommended links that can be used by your children every day:

Mathletics: https://login.mathletics.com/#/student

Timestables Table Rock Stars: https://play.ttrockstars.com/auth/school/student/42972

iSingPop - learn songs, with dance moves, based around Christian values such as Fighting for Love (which the children already know)

Out of the Ark Music - rhythms and routines of your new daily life, a song a day for the next two weeks with challenges and activities related to each song.

 Joe Wicks - a daily PE workout to keep you fit, health and able to concentrate through the day

Things to do Outside

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Paper copies of all documents are available by contacting our school office 

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