This is the link to the Wizarding Harry Potter site where you can hear chapter one of the first Harry Potter, read by Daniel Radcliffe. The other chapters, read by other famous celebrities (to include Stephen Fry) will follow between now and the summer.
Watch the powerpoint, answer the questions, watch the film footage from the actual day, both here and in Germany.
Look at the history lessons on the Oak Academy about the 1st and 2nd world wars, including the rise of Nazism and Hitler.
The Oak National Academy
A centrally run resource, which has day by day, week by week resources, across many subjects, including maths, geography, history and science. It is easily accessibly and has clear explanations. Start at week 1 and take as slowly or as fast as is right for you. Enjoy!
Digimap have offered everyone free access to their amazing resource until the end of the summer term. We all have the same log in as a school (username: IP312RJ password: gnults0539 ) and there are some incredible features to explore. To introduce us to it for use now, at home, they have set up a Youtube presentation - you follow it and it sets some fun challenges and shows you how to tackle them. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eb1nIOyjU_g )
If you feel up to doing a bit more, I will attach the challenge sheet they have also sent.
Give it a go - I promise you have never looked at maps like this! Please take a look and tell the rest of the class to try it.
Good morning Osprey.
Please can I bring your attention once again to the link below to the White Rose maths scheme. If you follow this link, it will give you daily lessons, plus questions and the answer sheet. It would be a really sensible idea if you were all working through this every day, to make sure you are keeping up with your maths learning.
Also, if you click on the top 'home learning' tab on the right hand side, not the year 6 one, then scroll to the bottom, you will see you can access the Power Maths text book online. (They don't have the workbook though.) Algebra is from page 86, but if you feel you are still wobbly on percentages, find that chapter and work through that.
Remember, if there is something you don't understand, I am here to help you - be as specific as possible in your question.
I would be grateful if you could message between each other to remind your classmates to check out this thread regularly, plus the class pages, mathletics (I've just set some more) and Purple Mash.
Science from Mrs Nichol
I hope you are all well. We are due to start a new unit this term. It's called 'Animal Classification - Vertebrates and Invertebrates'. This link will introduce you to the topic. https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zn22pv4/articles/z3nbcwx
After you have viewed it, please complete the worksheet called 'Classification Sheet'.
I hope to see you all soon,