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Friday 5th March

Congratulations Oak class - you have made it to the last day of home schooling during Lockdown 3.0! You and your families have done an incredible job and we are so proud of you all! It was wonderful to see you all on Wednesday for our 'back to school zoom!' I thought I might pop some of the things we discussed below as a little reminder:

 

Year 5 Reminders

Monday 

Come to school in your PE kit

Bring your maths homework into school

Be ready for your spelling test 

Bring your bucket (from today's PSHE lesson)

 

Tuesday 

wear school uniform

 

Wednesday 

wear school uniform

 

Thursday 

Year 5 come to school in Forest School clothes 

Bring in any pieces of work you are particularly proud of and would like to share from your home schooling experience! 

 

Friday 

Come to school in your PE kit.

 

Year 6 

Monday - remember to:

Come to school in your PE kit

Bring your maths homework into school

Be ready for your spelling test 

Bring your bucket (from today's PSHE lesson)

 

Thursday

Bring in any pieces of work you are particularly proud of and would like to share from your home schooling experience! 

 

Friday 

Come to school in your PE kit.

 

Make some time today to get yourself organised for the week ahead using the list above! 

 

 

Today's Learning:

PE - complete your final day of the 'Oak Class Circuit Challenge,' calculate your personal best for each activity and share your completed table with me! 

RE - Watch Dan and Emily's Lent Reflection, finish Monday's RE and complete Friday's work. 

PSHE - watch me reading 'Have You Filled a Bucket Today?' by Carol McCloud, design and create your own bucket for our classroom display. Blog five ideas you have that will help fill your class mate's buckets next week!

History - Year 5 and Year 6 have different lessons today.

Year 6 will be exploring what life was like in Anglo Saxon society. This will help you compare life in Britain under Anglo Saxon rule and Islamic Civilisation.   

Year 5 will be exploring what life was like in Baghdad during 900AD 

PE

I would like you to complete the last day of Oak Class Circuit Challenge Week and use your completed tables from this week to calculate your personal best for each activity. Please send me your completed 'Oak Class Circuit Challenge Week' tables or if you're happy to, post them on the class blog. We will be completing this circuit together on Friday in our PE lesson at school! 

As it's our last home learning PE lesson, why not complete your last PE with Joe or PE with the guys at PAS session, take a photo and blog it! 

RE 

Click on the link below to watch Dan and Emily's daily Lent reflection! 

Today in RE, we will be continuing our exploring the idea of 'Saints not Celebrities.' Last lesson we studied Pope Benedict's message to us all.

Today I would like you to:

  • Finish off any work you have not completed from Monday i.e. questions and artwork and send it to me.
  • Click on either the bronze, silver or gold activity and re-fresh yourself on Monday's learning by reading the top part of the resource
  • scroll down to the section titled 'Friday's Work'
  • Children completing bronze or silver will be re-visiting the lives of St. Edith Stein and St. Josephine Bahkita and deciding who they believe is the most inspirational person and why.
  • You will need to read or listen to me read accounts of both of these women's lives to make your decision (accounts and Loom videos of me reading these accounts can be found below.)
  • We will be sharing our thoughts in school, TOGETHER, next week!
  • Children choosing to complete the gold activity, will be learning about the life of Bl.Pier Giorgio Frassati. After completing your activity, I would like you to think about who you believe to be the most inspirational person out of the three saints we have explored. 

 

Activities - click on your activity, review Monday's learning and scroll down to find today's activity.

Click below for the accounts of St Edith Stein and St. Josephine Bakhita needed for today's Activity

Click on the Loom links below to listen to me read accounts of St Edith Stein and St Josephine Bakhita's lives.  Remember, when you are listening, think about who you believe is the most inspirational and why!

PSHE 

1)I would like you to listen to me reading a story titled 'Have You Filled Your Bucket?' and help me to create something for our classroom next week.

click on the link below, go to Oak Class videos and click on the video titled 'Have You Filled Your Bucket?' 

2) Draw or print out your bucket, decorate it and write your name on it ready for our display! Make them fabulous! 

3) Bring in your decorate bucket on Monday and pop it in your tray.

4) Using ideas from the book along with your own, I would like you to write five ways you plan to 'fill your class mate's buckets' when we return to school on Monday. I would like you to blog your ideas using this sentence starter. 10 dojos goes to the best suggestions! 

 

Sentence Starter - I will fill my class mate's buckets by... 

Click on the link below to listen to me read 'Have You Filled a Bucket Today?' by Carol McCloud. 
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