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Week commencing Monday 8th June

This week we continue with our under the sea theme along with some more science work learning about plants. Please choose a lesson a day from the list below. If you were unable to pick up your new Home Learning pack last week then they will be available to pick up from school this Wednesday (9th June).



This week in Science the focus is on recognising trees and plants. Please share the slides and then complete the worksheet from your Home Learning pack. This is lesson 2 and the worksheet will either be 2A, 2B or 2C in your pack. Feel free to read the planning and choose a different worksheet activity if you prefer, as there are a few to choose from.



Your Geography lesson this week is about British beaches. You are going to learn about the human and physical features which can be found there. Share the slides and then complete the sheet from your Home Learning pack. Year 1 children should complete the 2A worksheet and the Year 2 children should complete the 2B or 2C worksheet. Unfortunately the sheet in your pack isn't in colour, which would have helped, so please look at the resources found below on your screen so you can see your sheet in colour. If you prefer a different task then you can learn about the the seaside town of Hastings. This task involves reading information/watching a video and then use the picture cards from the resource pack to match them to what the character did, you can look at the planning sheet in the section 'Fancy something different...?' for more information about this task. 


We hope you enjoyed learning about the sculptor Andy Goldsworthy last week. This week you are going to look how a variety of materials can be made to make paths and walls. Share the slides and then create your own paths using different materials, think about colour, texture and length. There is also a sheet in your Home Learning packs for you to evaluate your art work. 


This weeks music lesson is called 'There's a hole in the bottom of the sea'. We hope you enjoy learning this new song and some of the themed activities which can be completed too, such as listening to the story called 'The Fisherman and the Magic Fish'. 




Your second online safety lesson can be downloaded below. Please follow the links as there is some information for parents to read and the video for the children to watch. The video is the same as last weeks but has different follow up activities. 


Our famous explorer Jacques Cousteau was born and lived in France! This week we thought you may like to learn some of the French language. Why not learn some French number names or some songs. Follow the link and choose the activities you like the sound of. I'm sure you will have fun with this as a family!



Please continue with your daily exercsise, whatever you prefer to do, whether its's walking, trampolining or playing football. You can join in with PE with Joe or Cosmic Kids Yoga if you wish.