Google Translate
Google Search

Little Hallingbury

School

Tuesday

Tuesday 7th July

 

Please see the information, lessons and optional work on Thursday's timetable for today. 

 

Main priorities (if you are working at home):

 

1) Recording voice part - please see the detailed instructions on Thursday's timetable - if you have the facilities to do this at home. If not, we will aim to do some of this at school.

2) Contributing to the 'Leavers Planning' forum on DB Primary.

3) Working on your China booklet.

4) (Optional) Creating landscape (horizontal) art work for Let the Games Begin.

 

Other tasks can be given more or less time as you choose, including maths and English.

Tuesday 30th June - Remote and School Learning Timetable

 

9:00-9:15

Register and Reading

 

Please register and read your own book until 9:15. Please record how much you are reading on the DB Primary forum.

 

9:15-10:30

Session 1 - English

 

If you are at school, we will use English time to continue to work on content for our Leavers' Assembly. There is a forum for this.

 

If you are at home, please work on either the 'Letter of Complaint Lesson 2: Reading Focus' on Oak National Academy, if your device at home allows you to. This is part of the Week 6 schedule for Oak Academy.  You can make notes and respond to the work on your own DB Primary forum. 

 

If this does not work for you, please take part in Lesson 16: Bitesize Daily Book Club: Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief (see the 'English' link lower on the remote learning home page). You can make notes and respond to the work on your own DB Primary forum. 

 

10:30-11:00

Physical Break at School

 

At school, please take part in the physical activity session, which could be Joe Wicks, another video-led activity or a teacher-led session. At home, please take part in some physical activity.

 

11:00-11:15

Social Break at School

 

There will be time to socialise with friends, from a 2m distance, in school. If we are inside, the social forum will also be opened on DB Primary so that chat can involve those not in school at the time. This is not guaranteed to be opened.

 

11:05-12:15

Session 2 - Maths

 

If you are at school or part of Bubble A working at home, please focus on section N on problem solving, from IXL Year 6. I will give you feedback during the lesson for this, pausing to work with individuals or groups who want more input and looking at misconceptions and errors. If you have completed a section, please move on to the next one. If you are at home and find this hard to get into, you might prefer to work on other areas (see below). I have chosen to cover the problem solving work at school as it benefits significantly from teacher input, explanation and discussion.

 

If you are at home or in Bubble A, please work on section O, ratio, unless you have completed it or have reached a point where you need input from me. In this case, you may continue with section N from Monday and Tuesday in school, if you find you can make independent progress. If this is hard, please work either on maths from the remote learning timetable from before half term (see the remote learning homepage) or work on BBC Bitesize maths

 

Alternatively please work on the Diagnostic Area. If this mostly gives you work from Year 7, please choose whether to focus on this or look at the instructions above. Otherwise, please work on the tasks the diagnostic area gives you

 

12:15-12:45

Physical Activity

 

If you are at school, Mr. Turner will take you for an activity.

 

12:45-13:15
Lunch

 

If you are at school, Mr. Oliver will supervise lunch, outside if the weather permits - at 2m distances from each other - or inside.

 

13:15-13:30

Register and Reading

 

Please register and read your own book until 9:15. Please record how much you are reading on the DB Primary forum.

 

13:30-14:00

Session 3: RE

 

If you are in school today or if you are at home all weel, please take part in the forum, on the Remote Learning community - available from your home page - about what makes a good leader, especially thinking about what makes a good bishop.

 

If you are in school on Thursday and Friday, please devote more time to your China project, as we will be working on this RE lesson o Friday instead.

 

14:00-15:15

 

Session 4: China Project 

 

Please continue to work on your China project, at home or at school.

 

We have only a little time left to create our finished booklets. For children coming in to school we will seek to put together the materials for our booklets next week. There will be materials available in school for saddle stitching (to bind a book) and for mounting your work in order to present it well.

 

Please see last Thursday's plan in order to look at the links I have given you before. Alternatively, you can find newly organised links here, to help you with your planning and independent work.

 

Tasks you must complete:

 

Shang Dynasty - The History of China

Geography - Mapping China

Geography and People - The Rivers of China

Art - Chinese dragon and symbolism

 

 

Tasks that are optional (choose from several of these, or your own further research):

Please note that these links aren't live yet. I aim to have them live by the end of Wednesday this week.

 

Chinese History since the Shang

Chinese Religion

The Flag of China

The Lunar New Year (Chinese New Year) and the Zodiac

Chinese Music

Chinese Art

Chinese Sport

Chinese Clothing and Fashion

The Great Wall of China

The Forbidden City

Cities of China

 

From previous plans:

 

For our China project, we will be creating a booklet, made up of pages no larger than A4. In school, we will create the pages individually, then bind them together towards the end of the project, which will give us flexibility in content, order and number of pages. You will have some freedom in what you put in there. Your booklet must have:

 

> At least one page exploring the history of the Shang Dynasty. You may do significantly more than this.

> At least one page showing the geography of China - including a map showing the border, the two major rivers and some major cities. You may do significantly more than this.

> At least one page describing human-made buildings and/or cities in China. This could include the Great Wall.

> Several pages exploring the culture, history and geography of China in other areas, including those we have been learning about and those which you have researched yourself.

 

For children coming in to school, you may combine work from home with work in school, provided the work from home can be added to a book no larger than A4. Written work in school (and where possible at home too) should first be drafted on DB Primary, so that I can mark it and give feedback if necessary. It should then be written up by hand to a high standard. Images created in school will need to be hand drawn. 

 

A record of school-based work is included here for reference and for links:

 

1) An folk tale designed to be performed using Oracle Bone script (DB Primary). View the video here: 'How the Shang Dynasty invented writing'.

2) Individual cards showing the symbols you wish to use (on paper).

3) Research notes for all eight sections of the BBC Bitesize site on the Shang Dynasty (on DB Primary and notebooks if you wish). These can be found below.

4) At least one map of China from the list of choices on Wednesdays lesson (paper or computer).

5) A finished Chinese dragon drawing.

 

If you have all of these things, please return to the mapping task from Thursday. There are several other maps to create.

 

Shang Dynasty Links:

1) The Shang Dynasty 1600 BC - 1046 BC

2) What was it like to live in the Shang Dynasty? 

3) How did the Shang army win battles?

4) Who did the Shang people pray to?

5) What jobs did the Shang people do?

6) Who was Fu Hao?

7) What are oracle bones?

8) The Shang Dynasty Quiz

 

If you feel you have comprehensively covered this work, please research an area of Chinese tradition and culture that interests you. Tourist guides to China are useful sources of information, for example www.travelchina.com. You might want to research:

 

> music

> Chinese painting

> shadow puppets

 

If you feel you have done all that you can do with this work, please visit this page on the Lime Class website, where I have posted videos introducing China and videos about The Great Wall. Watch these videos, taking notes. How would you like to present the information you have been learning from these sites? What you have learned will form part of a booklet, using a mix of writing and images. At school, we will be creating a booklet big enough to hold A4 pages. It is up to you what format you make a booklet in at home.

 

You may also conduct your own research. 

 

15:15

Home Time

Tuesday 23rd June - Remote and School Learning Timetable

 

9:00-9:15

Register and Reading

 

Please register and read your own book until 9:15. Please record how much you are reading on the DB Primary forum.

 

9:15-10:30

Session 1 - English

 

This session will be the same session on Thursday for children coming into school on those days. It will be reversed on Thursday so that children in each Bubble get the same coverage and teaching input at school.

 

If you are at school, you will take part in a problem solving and separate English lesson with Mr. Oliver.

 

If you are at home, please work on either the 'Diary Entry Lesson 2: Reading Focus' on Oak National Academy, if your device at home allows you to. This is part of the Week 5 schedule for Oak Academy.  You can make notes and respond to the work on your own DB Primary forum. 

 

If this does not work for you, please take part in Lesson 11: Using relative clauses on BBC Bitesize (see the 'English' link lower on the remote learning home page). You can make notes and respond to the work on your own DB Primary forum. 

 

10:30-11:00

Physical Break at School

 

At school, please take part in the physical activity session, which could be Joe Wicks, another video-led activity or a teacher-led session. At home, please take part in some physical activity.

 

11:00-11:15

Social Break at School

 

There will be time to socialise with friends, from a 2m distance, in school. If we are inside, the social forum will also be opened on DB Primary so that chat can involve those not in school at the time. This is not guaranteed to be opened.

 

11:05-12:15

Session 2 - Maths

 

If you are at school or part of Bubble B working at home, please focus on section O, on ratio, from IXL Year 6. I will give you feedback during the lesson for this, pausing to work with individuals or groups who want more input and looking at misconceptions and errors. If you have completed a section, please move on to the next one.

 

If you are at home and in Bubble A, please work on either maths from the remote learning timetable from before half term (see the remote learning homepage) or work on BBC Bitesize maths. You may also choose to work on section O now.

 

12:15-12:45

Physical Activity

 

If you are at school, Mr. Turner will take you for an activity.

 

12:45-13:15
Lunch

 

If you are at school, Mr. Oliver will supervise lunch, outside if the weather permits - at 2m distances from each other - or inside.

 

13:15-13:30

Register and Reading

 

Please register and read your own book until 9:15. Please record how much you are reading on the DB Primary forum.

 

13:30-14:00

Session 3: China Project (school) and Computing (home)

 

If you are at home, please take part in the BBC Bitesize French lesson on 'School and Hobbies'. Please record what you have worked on your own DB Primary forum.

 

For computing, either work on Code.org or visit this page on BBC Bitesize for algorithms and debugging.

 

14:00-15:15

 

Session 4: China Project 

 

For our China project, we will be creating a booklet, made up of pages no larger than A4. In school, we will create the pages individually, then bind them together towards the end of the project, which will give us flexibility in content, order and number of pages. You will have some freedom in what you put in there. Your booklet must have:

 

> At least one page exploring the history of the Shang Dynasty. You may do significantly more than this.

> At least one page showing the geography of China - including a map showing the border, the two major rivers and some major cities. You may do significantly more than this.

> At least one page describing human-made buildings and/or cities in China. This could include the Great Wall.

> Several pages exploring the culture, history and geography of China in other areas, including those we have been learning about and those which you have researched yourself.

 

For children coming in to school, you may combine work from home with work in school, provided the work from home can be added to a book no larger than A4. Written work in school (and where possible at home too) should first be drafted on DB Primary, so that I can mark it and give feedback if necessary. It should then be written up by hand to a high standard. Images created in school will need to be hand drawn. 

 

A record of school-based work is included here for reference and for links:

 

1) An folk tale designed to be performed using Oracle Bone script (DB Primary). View the video here: 'How the Shang Dynasty invented writing'.

2) Individual cards showing the symbols you wish to use (on paper).

3) Research notes for all eight sections of the BBC Bitesize site on the Shang Dynasty (on DB Primary and notebooks if you wish). These can be found below.

4) At least one map of China from the list of choices on Wednesdays lesson (paper or computer).

5) A finished Chinese dragon drawing.

 

If you have all of these things, please return to the mapping task from Thursday. There are several other maps to create.

 

Shang Dynasty Links:

1) The Shang Dynasty 1600 BC - 1046 BC

2) What was it like to live in the Shang Dynasty? 

3) How did the Shang army win battles?

4) Who did the Shang people pray to?

5) What jobs did the Shang people do?

6) Who was Fu Hao?

7) What are oracle bones?

8) The Shang Dynasty Quiz

 

If you feel you have comprehensively covered this work, please research an area of Chinese tradition and culture that interests you. Tourist guides to China are useful sources of information, for example www.travelchina.com. You might want to research:

 

> music

> Chinese painting

> shadow puppets

 

If you feel you have done all that you can do with this work, please visit this page on the Lime Class website, where I have posted videos introducing China and videos about The Great Wall. Watch these videos, taking notes. How would you like to present the information you have been learning from these sites? What you have learned will form part of a booklet, using a mix of writing and images. At school, we will be creating a booklet big enough to hold A4 pages. It is up to you what format you make a booklet in at home.

 

You may also conduct your own research. 

 

15:15

Home Time

Tuesday 16th June - Remote and School Learning Timetable

 

9:00-9:15

Register and Reading

 

Please register and read your own book until 9:15. Please record how much you are reading on the DB Primary forum.

 

9:15-10:30

Session 1 - English (Home); Science (School)

 

This session will be reversed on Thursday so that children in each Bubble get the same coverage and teaching input at school.

 

If you are at school, you will continue to take part in a science lesson.

 

If you are at home, please work on either the 'Setting description lesson 2: reading focus' on Oak National Academy, if your device at home allows you to. This is part of the Week 3 schedule for Oak Academy.  You can make notes and respond to the work on your own DB Primary forum. 

 

If this does not work for you, please take part in Lesson 9: Analysing setting descriptions on BBC Bitesize (see the 'English' link lower on the remote learning home page). You can make notes and respond to the work on your own DB Primary forum. 

 

10:30-11:00

Physical Break at School

 

At school, please take part in the physical activity session, which could be Joe Wicks, another video-led activity or a teacher-led session. At home, please take part in some physical activity.

 

11:00-11:15

Social Break at School

 

There will be time to socialise with friends, from a 2m distance, in school. If we are inside, the social forum will also be opened on DB Primary so that chat can involve those not in school at the time. This is not guaranteed to be opened.

 

11:05-12:15

Session 2 - Maths

 

If you are at school or part of Bubble A working at home, please focus on section O, on ratio, from IXL Year 6. I will give you feedback during the lesson for this, pausing to work with individuals or groups who want more input and looking at misconceptions and errors. If you have completed a section, please move on to the next one.

 

If you are at home and in Bubble B, please work on either maths from the remote learning timetable from before half term (see the remote learning homepage) or work on BBC Bitesize maths. You may also choose to work on section O now.

 

12:15-12:45

Physical Activity

 

If you are at school, Mr. Turner will take you for an activity.

 

12:45-13:15
Lunch

 

If you are at school, Mr. Oliver will supervise lunch, outside if the weather permits - at 2m distances from each other - or inside.

 

13:15-13:25

Register and Reading

 

Please register and read your own book until 9:15. Please record how much you are reading on the DB Primary forum.

 

13:25-14:15

Session 3: PSHE (school) / Music (home)

 

There will be a PSHE lesson for children at school. 

 

If you are at home, please work on the BBC Bitesize music lesson on 'Duration and Tempo'. Please record what you have worked on your own DB Primary forum.

 

14:00-15:15

Session 4: China Project 

 

Please continue to work on your China project, at home or at school.

 

1) An folk tale designed to be performed using Oracle Bone script (DB Primary). View the video here: 'How the Shang Dynasty invented writing'.

2) Individual cards showing the symbols you wish to use (on paper).

3) Research notes for all eight sections of the BBC Bitesize site on the Shang Dynasty (on DB Primary and notebooks if you wish). These can be found below.

4) At least one map of China from the list of choices on Wednesdays lesson (paper or computer).

5) A finished Chinese dragon drawing.

 

If you have all of these things, please return to the mapping task from Thursday. There are several other maps to create.

 

Shang Dynasty Links:

1) The Shang Dynasty 1600 BC - 1046 BC

2) What was it like to live in the Shang Dynasty? 

3) How did the Shang army win battles?

4) Who did the Shang people pray to?

5) What jobs did the Shang people do?

6) Who was Fu Hao?

7) What are oracle bones?

8) The Shang Dynasty Quiz

 

If you feel you have comprehensively covered this work, please research an area of Chinese tradition and culture that interests you. Tourist guides to China are useful sources of information, for example www.travelchina.com. You might want to research:

 

> music

> Chinese painting

> shadow puppets

 

15:15

Home Time

Tuesday 9th June - Remote and School Learning Timetable

 

9:00-9:15

Register and Reading

 

Please register and read your own book until 9:15. Please record how much you are reading on the DB Primary forum.

 

9:15-10:30

Session 1 - English

 

If your device allows you to, please take part in the 'Information Leaflet Lesson 2: Reading Focus' on Oak National Academy. This comes from Tuesday of Week 2 on the Year 6 schedule. Where possible, we will be using Oak Academy in school. However, please be aware that it did not work for everyone yesterday, so we used BBC Bitesize instead and plan to do so today. Please make notes and record what you have learned on your own DB Primary forum - there is a new forum topic for each child in the class on which you should record your work.

 

As an alternative to Oak Academy, please take part in a lesson on BBC Bitesize (see the 'English' link lower on the remote learning home page). Work on the first lesson on my list that you have not yet done. Please record what you have done on your own DB Primary forum, which has already been created for you. Oak Academy is the first choice, but we are experiencing technical difficulties at school with this at the moment.

 

10:30-11:00

Physical Break at School

 

At school, please take part in the physical activity session, which could be Joe Wicks, another video-led activity or a teacher-led session. At home, please take part in some physical activity.

 

11:00-11:15

Social Break at School

 

There will be time to socialise with friends, from a 2m distance, in school. If we are inside, the social forum will also be opened on DB Primary so that chat can involve those not in school at the time. This is not guaranteed to be opened.

 

11:15-12:15

Session 2 - Maths

 

If you are at school or part of Bubble A working at home, please focus on section O, on ratio, from IXL Year 6. I will give you feedback during the lesson for this, pausing to work with individuals or groups who want more input and looking at misconceptions and errors. If you have completed a section, please move on to the next one.

 

If you are at home and in Bubble B, please work on either maths from the remote learning timetable from before half term (see the remote learning homepage) or work on BBC Bitesize maths. Please don't work on section O, as that will make it harder to give you teaching input when you are in school (as everyone will be working on something different).

 

Please record your progress, saying what you have done, on your new named forum topic on DB Primary.

 

12:15-12:45

Physical Activity

 

If you are at school, Mr. Turner will take you for an activity.

 

12:45-13:15
Lunch

 

If you are at school, Mr. Oliver will supervise lunch, outside if the weather permits - at 2m distances from each other - or inside.

 

13:15-13:25

Register and Reading

 

Please register and read your own book until 9:15. Please record how much you are reading on the DB Primary forum.

 

13:25-14:10

Session 3: China Project

 

If you are in school, please complete your folk tale based around the Oracle Bone Script. Record your ideas on the DB Primary Forum, editing and improving your work as you go. If you are in Bubble B, you started this on Friday. If you are in Bubble A, you started this yesterday. There is a link to the script from the forum.

 

When you have completed this, please comment usefully on other children's work. What works well? What would make their work even better?

 

When you have completed this, please go on to the next steps, which you can find below.

 

If you are not in school and haven't started this yet, please follow these instructions:

 

1) Please watch the video 'How the Shang Dynasty invented writing'.

2) Take notes on the Shang and the Oracle Bones.

3) Practise drawing the Oracle Bone script for the symbols shown in the video.

4) Write your own simple folk tale using some or all of the symbols. Where you use a symbol, underline it in your text on DB Primary. You will need to use plenty of other English words to make the tale make sense.

 

14:10-14:20

Physical Break at School

 

At school, please take part in the physical activity session. At home, please take part in some physical activity.

 

14:20-14:30

Social Break at School 

 

There will be time to socialise with friends, from a 2m distance, in school. If we are inside, the social forum will also be opened on DB Primary so that chat can involve those not in school at the time. This is not guaranteed to be opened.

 

14:30-15:15

Session 4: China Project - Continued

 

We are working towards producing a booklet about China, its culture, geography and history. Our study of the Shang Dynasty is part of this. This booklet will be a combination of digital (e.g. PowerPoint) and physical content. Research that you are doing at the moment will contribute to this.

 

At the moment, please learn about the Shang Dynasty. There is a series of webpages on BBC Bitesize that we are using at school. Please access these at home as well, watching the videos, taking notes and completing the tasks. Record what you have learned, turning it into your own words, on your own DB Primary forum. 

 

1) The Shang Dynasty 1600 BC - 1046 BC

2) What was it like to live in the Shang Dynasty? 

3) How did the Shang army win battles?

4) Who did the Shang people pray to?

5) What jobs did the Shang people do?

6) Who was Fu Hao?

7) What are oracle bones?

8) The Shang Dynasty Quiz

 

At school, we will start to watch videos on the BBC site and take notes about Shang history. This can be done at home also. Please start recording what you have learned on your own DB Primary forum. If you added information to the China Project forum yesterday, thank you.

 

15:15

Home Time

 

 

Tuesday 19th May

 

9:00-9:15

 

Morning Registration

 

Virtual Register

 

DB Primary Link

9:15-10:15

English

 

English - Reading Comprehension

L.O. - General comprehension learning objectives.

 

Please work on the current Reading Comprehension task, depending on how far you have progressed already. The most recent piece of work is The Blitz. You should already have learned a little about The Blitz through the History work set a few weeks ago for remote learning.

 

1) The Lion and the Unicorn - Narrative Text - Tasks 1 to 7

 

2) Anne Frank - Biographical Text - Tasks 1 and 2 

 

3) The Blitz - Report - Tasks 1 and 2

The Blitz Link

 

Task 1

 

Task 2

 

DB Primary Forum

 

Anne Frank Link

 

Task 1

 

Task 2

 

DB Primary Forum

 

The Lion and the Unicorn Link

Task 1

Task 2

Task 3

Task 4

Task 5

Task 6

Task 7

DB Primary Link

10:15-10:30

Break

Please give yourself a break, remembering to drink plenty of water during the day.

 
10:30- 11:00

PE

If possible, please choose an activity to get your heart rate up and develop some flexibility. This could be a Joe Wicks routine, perhaps, or one of the activities from the PE section of this website (see below), or an activity of your own that works well for you.

Joe Wicks

 

PE Activities

11:00-

12:00

 

Maths this term has been set in this order:

 

Maths - Algebra

L.O. 1) to write variable expressions (algebra)

L.O. 2) to evaluate and solve variable expressions and equations (algebra)

L.O. 3) to solve equations with two variables (algebra)

L.O. 4)  to read an plot variables on a graph (algebra / reading line graphs) 

 

Maths - Perimeter, Area and Volume

 

L.O. 1) to calculate the perimeter of polygons
L.O. 2) to calculate the area of rectilinear shapes
L.O. 3) to calculate the area of triangles
L.O. 4) to calculate the area and perimeter of other polygons
L.O. 5) to solve area and perimeter problems
L.O. 6) to calculate volume
L.O. 7) to calculate properties of circles

 

The following objectives will be linked to during the week beginning 18th May, but will not be available on the Monday. Please see below for instructions if you have completed all other objectives.

 

Maths - The Four Calculations

These objectives can be practised alongside or after algebra and geometry.

 

L.O. 1) to add and apply addition

L.O. 2) to subtract and apply subtraction

L.O. 3) to multiply and apply multiplication

L.O. 4) to divide and apply division

 

Maths - Revision of Skills

These objectives can be practised alongside or after algebra and geometry.

 

L.O. 1) to multiply and divide by powers of ten (e.g. 10, 100, 1000 etc.)
L.O. 2) to round numbers

L.O. 3) to round decimals
L.O. 4) to use negative numbers in context

L.O. 5) to add and subtract integers (whole numbers)
L.O. 6) to complete multi-step addition and subtraction problems
L.O. 7) to compare and apply short- and long-multiplication

L.O. 8) to identify common factors, common multiples and prime numbers

L.O. 9) to complete calculations in the correct order (using BODMAS)

L.O. 10) to simplify fractions
L.O. 11) to compare and order fractions
L.O. 12) to add and subtract fractions

L.O. 13) to add and subtract mixed numbers
L.O. 14) to multiply fractions and mixed numbers by integers (whole numbers)

L.O. 15) to multiply fractions by fractions

L.O. 16) to divide fractions by integers

L.O. 17) to divide fractions by a whole number

 

Please visit the links to the right hand side to find the next learning objective for you to cover.

 

Each task starts with 'Trickier' (the middle-difficulty task). This should be your starting point. You are free to choose to do 'Tricky' instead. This introduces the task at a slightly simpler level (though it does not make it 'easy'). If you complete 'Trickier' quickly, mastering it with a smart score of 100, you can choose to go on to 'Trickiest' but also

make sure you are progressing through the objectives. I usually, but not always, put

a new objective up each day. Some objectives require more work and therefore more

days. 

 

We are now into our fifth week of remote learning since the summer term began. There is a big difference between the work some children have completed and that done by others. This might mean I upload new tasks less frequently to give children a chance to

complete the ones already set. If you have completed all the tasks, choose from the following: 1) Work on recommendations. 2) Return to tasks you have previously skipped over or found harder. 3) Ask me for individualised work. 4) Choose some maths tasks from the BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons.

.

 

IXL Teaching Page

 

Algebra:

 

L.O. 1) Write 

variable expressions

 

L.O. 2) Evaluate

and solve 

variable expressions and equations

 

L.O. 3) Solve equations with two variables

 

L.O. 4) Read

and plot variables on a graph

 

Area, Perimeter and Volume

 

L.O. 1) Calculate perimeter

 

L.O. 2) Calculate area - rectilinear shapes

 

L.O. 3) Calculate the area of triangles

 

L.O. 4) Calculate the area of other polygons

 

L.O. 5) Solve area and perimeter problems

 

L.O. 6) Calculate volume

 

L.O. 7) Calculate properties of circles

12:00-12:15

Lunch

 

 

13:00-13:15

Afternoon Registration 

Please register at the forum on the Lime Class DB Primary community.

DB Primary
13:15-14:00

History/Geography

 

The current task is the History/Geography map task (TASK 4). However, you might need to complete previous tasks before starting this. These are also listed below.

 

L.O. to research and evaluate impact
L.O. to interpret a map for historical evidence

 

Please visit the linked pages for information about the Second World War.

 

Please complete the task you are currently on.

 

Task 1 was expected to last for two days. Tasks 2a, 2b and 2c also were due to last for two days altogether.

 

Task 4 is linked with Geography. It is expected to last one-and-a-half to two afternoons. Please work through the maps, starting with the map of East Anglia. This is Task 4a. Move onto the other maps when you have completed the first.

 

WWII

 

Task 1 - Chronology

 

DB Primary Task 2a - Cause

 

DB Primary Task 2b - Cause

 

DB Primary Task 2c - Cause

 

Task 3 - The Blitz

 

Task 4 - The Battle of Britain

14:00-

14:15

Break

Please give yourself a break, remembering to drink plenty of water during the day.

 

14:15-

15:00

 

Computing

 

Please continue at Code.org

L.O. to apply conditionals to timed events

 

Please work on 'Keep on Dancing', once you have completed Dance Party, which has now been assigned to the class.

 

 

Code.org

 

 

Tuesday 12th May

 

9:00-9:15

Virtual Register

Morning Registration

Please visit DB Primary. It is very important that you use DB Primary as much as possible.

If possible, please register by going to the forum on the Lime Class community. Make sure you are going to the new Lime Class community, not the old one. I will aim to open the register between 9:00 and 9:15 each day to allow a little bit of time for meeting your classmates and friends. This is not a 'mandatory' register (it is not something we are required to do), but it would be very helpful if you could register so that we can feel like we are a class. I will try to keep this time free as much as possible.

DB Primary Link

9:15-10:15

English

 

English - Reading Comprehension

L.O. - General comprehension learning objectives.

 

The current reading comprehension topic is based on a short text about Anne Frank.

Tasks 1 and 2 are set for Monday and Tuesday this week. They are expected to last you two days.

 

If you have not completed them yet, you may choose to look at the previous reading comprehension tasks - The Lion and the Unicorn - instead. However, you will need to learn about Anne Frank for the history work that will come later in the term.

Anne Frank Link

 

Task 1

 

DB Primary Forum

 

Task 2

 

The Lion and the Unicorn Link

 

Task 1

 

Task 2

 

Task 3

 

Task 4

 

Task 5

 

Task 6

 

Task 7

 

DB Primary Link

10:15-10:30

Break

Please give yourself a break, remembering to drink plenty of water during the day.

 
10:30- 11:00

PE

If possible, please choose an activity to get your heart rate up and develop some flexibility. This could be a Joe Wicks routine, perhaps, or one of the activities from the PE section of this website (see below), or an activity of your own that works well for you.

Joe Wicks

 

PE Activities

11:00-

12:00

 

Maths - Algebra

L.O. to write variable expressions (algebra)

L.O. to evaluate and solve variable expressions and equations (algebra)

L.O. to solve equations with two variables (algebra)

L.O. to read an plot variables on a graph (algebra / reading line graphs) - This is a new LO

 

If you, haven't completed the algebra objectives yet, please continue to work through them.

If you have, please move onto the new topic.

 

I will work on more video lessons today. If there are any requests for help, please be specific.

 

Maths - Perimeter, Area and Volume

 

L.O. 1) to calculate the perimeter of polygons
L.O. 2) to calculate the area of rectilinear shapes
L.O. 3) to calculate the area of triangles
L.O. 4) to calculate the area and perimeter of other polygons
L.O. 5) to solve area and perimeter problems
L.O. 6) to calculate volume
L.O. 7) to calculate properties of circles

 

Please visit the IXL Teaching Page link to the right in order to follow the sequence of lessons. Work your way through the learning objectives in order. For each objective there is a separate page. There are also some teaching videos to support you there. I add more videos from time to time and have made some individual teaching videos for feedback as well. For each objective there is guidance for where to find support work and enrichment work if you find the standard task too complex or too straightforward.

 

If you find 'Trickiest' hard, do 'Tricky' rather than other targets. If you still find you can't make progress, ask for my help (you may do other IXL tasks while you wait for my help).

.

 

IXL Teaching Page

 

Algebra:

 

L.O. 1) Write 

variable expressions

 

L.O. 2) Evaluate

and solve 

variable expressions and equations

 

L.O. 3) Solve equations with two variables

 

L.O. 4) Read

and plot variables on a graph

 

Area, Perimeter and Volume

 

L.O. 1) Calculate perimeter

 

L.O. 2) Calculate area - rectilinear shapes

 

L.O. 3) Calculate the area of triangles

 

L.O. 4) Calculate the area of other polygons

 

L.O. 5) Solve area and perimeter problems

12:00-12:15

Lunch

 

 

13:00-13:15

Afternoon Registration 

Please register at the forum on the Lime Class DB Primary community.

DB Primary
13:15-14:00

History/Geography

 

The current task is the History/Geography map task (TASK 4). However, you might need to complete previous tasks before starting this. These are also listed below.

 

L.O. to research and evaluate impact
L.O. to interpret a map for historical evidence

 

Please visit the linked pages for information about the Second World War.

 

Please complete the task you are currently on.

 

Task 1 was expected to last for two days. Tasks 2a, 2b and 2c also were due to last for two days altogether.

 

Task 4 is linked with Geography. It is expected to last one-and-a-half to two afternoons. Please work through the maps, starting with the map of East Anglia. This is Task 4a. Move onto the other maps when you have completed the first.

 

WWII

 

Task 1 - Chronology

 

DB Primary Task 2a - Cause

 

DB Primary Task 2b - Cause

 

DB Primary Task 2c - Cause

 

Task 3 - The Blitz

 

Task 4 - The Battle of Britain

14:00-

14:15

Break

Please give yourself a break, remembering to drink plenty of water during the day.

 

14:15-

15:00

 

Computing

 

Please continue at Code.org

L.O. to apply conditionals to timed events

 

Please work on 'Keep on Dancing', once you have completed Dance Party, which has now been assigned to the class.

 

 

Code.org

 

 

Tuesday 5th May

 

9:00-9:15

Virtual Register

Morning Registration

Please visit DB Primary. It is very important that you use DB Primary as much as possible.

If possible, please register by going to the forum on the Lime Class community. Make sure you are going to the new Lime Class community, not the old one. I will aim to open the register between 9:00 and 9:15 each day to allow a little bit of time for meeting your classmates and friends. This is not a 'mandatory' register (it is not something we are required to do), but it would be very helpful if you could register so that we can feel like we are a class. I will try to keep this time free as much as possible.

DB Primary Link

9:15-10:15

English

 

English

L.O. - General comprehension learning objectives.

 

Please complete Task 7 of The Lion and the Unicorn. 

 

If you haven't already completed Tasks 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, please start there instead. If you haven't done these so far, I don't expect you to catch up, but it is better to start from the beginning.

 

You can find the text and the questions on this website (link to the right) and also on the DB Primary Lime Class forums. Please post your answers on the forum if you are able to do so (there are other options for completing your work listed there as well)

.

The Lion and the Unicorn Link

 

Task 1

 

Task 2

 

Task 3

 

Task 4

 

Task 5

 

Task 6

 

Task 7

 

DB Primary Link

10:15-10:30

Break

Please give yourself a break, remembering to drink plenty of water during the day.

 
10:30- 11:00

PE

If possible, please choose an activity to get your heart rate up and develop some flexibility. This could be a Joe Wicks routine, perhaps, or one of the activities from the PE section of this website (see below), or an activity of your own that works well for you.

Joe Wicks

 

PE Activities

11:00-

12:00

 

Maths - Algebra

L.O. to write variable expressions (algebra)

L.O. to evaluate and solve variable expressions and equations (algebra)

L.O. to solve equations with two variables (algebra)

L.O. to read an plot variables on a graph (algebra / reading line graphs) - This is a new LO

 

If you, haven't completed the algebra objectives yet, please continue to work through them.

If you have, please move onto the new topic.

 

I will work on more video lessons today. If there are any requests for help, please be specific.

 

Maths - Perimeter, Area and Volume

 

L.O. 1) to calculate the perimeter of polygons
L.O. 2) to calculate the area of rectilinear shapes
L.O. 3) to calculate the area of triangles
L.O. 4) to calculate the area of other polygons
L.O. 5) to solve area and perimeter problems
L.O. 6) to calculate volume
L.O. 7) to calculate properties of circles

 

Please visit the IXL Teaching Page link to the right in order to follow the sequence of lessons. Work your way through the learning objectives in order. For each objective there is a separate page. There are also some teaching videos to support you there. I add more videos from time to time and have made some individual teaching videos for feedback as well. For each objective there is guidance for where to find support work and enrichment work if you find the standard task too complex or too straightforward.

 

If you find 'Trickiest' hard, do 'Tricky' rather than other targets. If you still find you can't make progress, ask for my help (you may do other IXL tasks while you wait for my help.

 

IXL Teaching Page

 

Algebra:

 

L.O. 1) Write 

variable expressions

 

L.O. 2) Evaluate

and solve 

variable expressions and equations

 

L.O. 3) Solve equations with two variables

 

L.O. 4) Read

and plot variables on a graph

 

Area, Perimeter and Volume

 

L.O. 1) Calculate perimeter

 

L.O. 2) Calculate area - rectilinear shapes

12:00-12:15

Lunch

 

 

13:00-13:15

Afternoon Registration 

Please register at the forum on the Lime Class DB Primary community.

DB Primary
13:15-14:00

History

L.O. to research and evaluate impact

 

Please continue with the work from yesterday.

 

Please visit the linked pages for information about the Second World War.

 

Please complete Tasks 2a, 2b and 2c over the next two days. There are three separate forums for this.

 

If you haven't already completed Task 1, you might want to do that first, but it is possible to do these three tasks without it.

 

WWII

 

DB Primary Task 2a

 

DB Primary Task 2b

 

DB Primary TAsk 2c

14:00-

14:15

Break

Please give yourself a break, remembering to drink plenty of water during the day.

 

14:15-

15:00

There is a choice of lesson here:

 

Computing

 

Please continue at Code.org

L.O. to apply conditionals to timed events

 

Please work on Dance Party, which has now been assigned to the class.

 

...or...

 

Geography

L.O. to develop an awareness of place

L.O. to use interactive maps to search for evidence

L.O. to locate places on maps of different scales

 

Task 3 is a continuation from yesterday's work.

 

Please work on the next task that you have not yet completed. Tasks 1 and 2 have their own DB Primary forums. Task 3 doesn't.

 

Code.org

 

WWII Maps

 

Task 1

 

Task 2

 

Task 3

 

DB Primary

Tuesday 28th April

 

9:00-9:15

Virtual Register

Morning Registration

Please visit DB Primary. It is very important that you use DB Primary as much as possible.

If possible, please register by going to the forum on the Lime Class community. Make sure you are going to the new Lime Class community, not the old one. I will aim to open the register between 9:00 and 9:15 each day to allow a little bit of time for meeting your classmates and friends. This is not a 'mandatory' register (it is not something we are required to do), but it would be very helpful if you could register so that we can feel like we are a class. I will try to keep this time free as much as possible.

DB Primary Link

9:15-10:15

English

English

L.O. to predict

L.O. to analyse the intentions of an author 

 

Please complete Task 5 of the Lion and the Unicorn text. 

 

If you haven't already completed Tasks 1, 2, 3 and 4 please start there instead. If you haven't done these so far, I don't expect you to catch up completely, but it is better to start from the beginning.

 

You can find the text and the questions on this website (link to the right) and also on the DB Primary Lime Class forums. Please post your answers on the forum if you are able to do so (there are other options for completing your work listed there as well).

The Lion and the Unicorn Link

 

DB Primary Link

10:15-10:30

Break

Please give yourself a break, remembering to drink plenty of water during the day.

 
10:30- 11:00

PE

If possible, please choose an activity to get your heart rate up and develop some flexibility. This could be a Joe Wicks routine, perhaps, or one of the activities from the PE section of this website (see below), or an activity of your own that works well for you.

Joe Wicks

 

PE Activities

11:00-

12:00

Maths

L.O. to write variable expressions (algebra)

L.O. to evaluate and solve variable expressions and equations (algebra)

L.O. to solve equations with two variables (algebra)

L.O. to read an plot variables on a graph (algebra / reading line graphs)

 

Maths is a continuation of the algebra. Most children have not completed this yet and need a fair bit of time to do so. I am constantly creating and adding teaching videos to help - both for everyone and some individual ones too. If you are waiting for an individual lesson, please bear in mind that it takes a while.

 

For those of you who haven't worked on the algebra - thank you very much for your hard work elsewhere, but please could you focus on this, returning to other work only if you find both 'Trickier' and 'Tricky' to complex. 

 

I will work on more video lessons today. If there are any requests for help, please be specific.

 

Please visit the IXL Teaching Page link to the right in order to follow the sequence of algebra lessons. Work your way through the learning objectives in order. For each objective there is a separate page. There are also teaching videos to support you there. I add more videos from time to time and have made some individual teaching videos for feedback as well. For each objective there is guidance for where to find support work and enrichment work if you find the standard task too complex or too straightforward.

 

If you worked on other IXL tasks yesterday, please do these instead. If you find 'Trickiest' hard, do 'Tricky' rather than other targets. If you still find you can't make progress, ask for my help (you may do other IXL tasks while you wait for my help).

 

IXL Teaching Page

 

L.O. 1) Write 

variable expressions

 

L.O. 2) Evaluate

and solve 

variable expressions and equations

 

L.O. 3) Solve equations with two variables

 

L.O. 4) Read

and plot variables on a graph

12:00-12:15

Lunch

 

 

13:00-13:15

Afternoon Registration 

Please register at the forum on the Lime Class DB Primary community.

DB Primary
13:15-14:00

History

L.O. to research and evaluate impact

 

Please continue with the work from yesterday.

 

Please visit the linked pages for information about the Second World War.

 

Please complete Tasks 2a, 2b and 2c over the next two days. There are three separate forums for this.

 

If you haven't already completed Task 1, you might want to do that first, but it is possible to do these three tasks without it.

 

WWII

 

DB Primary Task 2a

 

DB Primary Task 2b

 

DB Primary TAsk 2c

14:00-

14:15

Break

Please give yourself a break, remembering to drink plenty of water during the day.

 

14:15-

15:00

Geography

L.O. to use interactive maps to search for evidence

 

Please look at the linked maps page. Please complete Task 2.

 

If you didn't complete Task 1 last week, I suggest you do that instead, but you may choose which to do.

 

Task 2

 

WWII Maps

 

Task 1

 

DB Primary

Tuesday 21st April

 

9:00-9:15

Virtual Register

Morning Registration

Please visit DB Primary. It is very important that you use DB Primary as much as possible.

If possible, please register by going to the forum on the Lime Class community. Make sure you are going to the new Lime Class community, not the old one. I will aim to open the register between 9:00 and 9:15 each day to allow a little bit of time for meeting your classmates and friends. This is not a 'mandatory' register (it is not something we are required to do), but it would be very helpful if you could register so that we can feel like we are a class. I will try to keep this time free as much as possible.

DB Primary Link

9:15-10:15

English

English

L.O. to analyse narrative writing techniques

 

Please complete Task 3a and 3b of The Lion and the Unicorn.

Please also respond to any 'green and pink' feedback from me from yesterday's work.

 

If you didn't do Task 1 and 2 on Monday, please start there rather than on Task 3 today.

 

You can find the text and the questions on this website (link to the right) and also on the DB Primary Lime Class forums. Please post your answers on the forum if you are able to do so (there are other options for completing your work listed there as well).

The Lion and the Unicorn Link

 

DB Primary Link

10:15-10:30

Break

Please give yourself a break, remembering to drink plenty of water during the day.

 
10:30- 11:00

PE

If possible, please choose an activity to get your heart rate up and develop some flexibility. This could be a Joe Wicks routine, perhaps, or one of the activities from the PE section of this website (see below), or an activity of your own that works well for you.

Joe Wicks

 

PE Activities

11:00-

12:00

Maths

L.O. to write variable expressions (algebra)

 

Please visit the IXL teaching page on this website (see the link to the right). From there, choose the appropriate task. These are given as 'Trickier' first, followed by 'Tricky' and 'Trickiest'. Try 'Trickier'. If you feel you need support, move on to 'Tricky'. If you master 'Trickier', explore 'Trickiest'. You will need to look at the examples to learn about this.

 

If you worked on other IXL tasks yesterday, please do these instead. If you find 'Trickiest' hard, do 'Tricky' rather than other targets. If you still find you can't make progress, ask for my help (you may do other IXL tasks while you wait for my help). 

 

IXL Teaching Page
12:00-12:15

Lunch

 

 

13:00-13:15

Afternoon Registration 

Please register at the forum on the Lime Class DB Primary community.

DB Primary
13:15-14:00

History

L.O. to put events in chronological order

 

Please continue with Task 1. If I have given you feedback for this on the forums, please respond to it. There were only two posts on the forum yesterday. Please add to this. If you send me work in other formats, that is fine but, if possible, please also post to the forum.

 

WWII

 

DB Primary

14:00-

14:15

Break

Please give yourself a break, remembering to drink plenty of water during the day.

 

14:15-

15:00

Computing

L.O. to apply conditionals to timed events

 

Please work on Dance Party, which has now been assigned to the class.

 

 

Code.org

 

DB Primary

Visitors 3 6 4 0 1
Top