For children currently in Class Loxley, it’s time to introduce your Year 5 teacher...
A story about worrying
Watch the first assembly on remote sharing children spotted by their bubble teacher for making an excellent effort or being a Learning Charter Champion! Also have a look around school as it re-opens to more pupils. See to what’s gone on at school this week!
Please note I am not a trained makaton tutor but have experience with makaton through some training.
Please note I am not a trained Makaton tutor but do have experience with Makaton from training.
A re-cap for pupils, or introduction for parents, about the method of column subtraction.
A quick introduction/re-cap to column addition in Year 3
20 questions to test your times table knowledge! Please excuse Olly barking in the background, he doesn’t like the postman...
A lovely tale of a fish who goes on an epic journey to the sea
Test yourself with a quickfire round of times tables. Try not to pause the video in between questions, you can always go back and watch the video again if it goes too quick!
A short story about a clever rabbit who uses its imagination to defeat a cunning wolf.
A shorty story by Morag Hood about the importance of sharing. Used for Year 4 English lessons w/c 4.5.2020
A lovely story book that we shared as part of our English work. Remember that you are all made of star dust.
Join James, a keen journalist, on his quest to find out if animals should be kept in Zoos. Excellent interviewing techniques with some unusual guests! A must watch!
Year 5 were asked to make a piece of jewellery out of items they found in their house. Here is Kyle’s jewellery and his persuasive advert!
This week, Year 5 were asked to make a piece of jewellery out of items they could find in the house. They then wrote an advert for this jewellery. Check out James’ awesome advert!
Watch this insightful and expertly filmed documentary. Presented by James Havers, starring Havers family members. An excellent documentary all about Africa!
Watch this clip for Freddie’s Volcano Experiment results!
Year 5 were set the task of performing a science experiment. Here is Freddie’s with explosive results!
This game is perfect for KS1. You will need to roll a dice 6 times, making note of your numbers. Add up your six numbers to see if your score is below 20 - you lose the game is you have a score bigger than 20!
Today’s game is for KS2 pupils, recapping area and perimeter of squares and rectangles. You will need two dice, a piece of paper, a pen and a ruler. You can use an online dice if you don’t have your own at home!
Today you will need two dice if you are in KS1 or try four dice in KS2. If you don’t have your own dice, try searching the Internet for a virtual dice or you can make your own!
Today you will need a pen, paper and ruler to make yourselves a Place Value grid and you will need one dice. If you don’t have a dice at home, you can always make your own or find a virtual dice online.