Hello Team 6,

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I hope that you and your families are still doing well and that you’ve made the most of the half term break. Now it is time for us to get back into the swing of things and begin the next phase of our home learning. I hope that you’ve been remembering to practice your spellings, times tables, PiXL Unlock, Readworks (Class code – JD3BGR), Busy Things assignments and reading every day still!

I can’t explain how delighted I’ve been when I’ve received your work – your independence and attitude to learning is remarkable! I am missing you all and hope to see you soon when we are able to reunite at school.

I am posting this half-term’s Topic Web on ‘Read All About It’. This is the topic our class would have been continuing, were we back at school and follows on from our Newswise workshop.

It includes a range of activities that I would like you to complete at home. You can choose which activities you would like to or are able to complete during this half-term. We also have set up new email addresses which are dedicated to your home learning. Please email me your work (or share anything exciting you have been up to) to our new email address- team6HL@stjameshatcham.lewisham.sch.uk. Parents can still make enquiries via my personal email (rmatthews15.209@lgflmail.org). Also please remember to look at the sharing assembly tab on the school website as we love to celebrate your efforts.

Team 6 Topic Web – Read All About It! (please click here)

Remember there are additional resources and websites on the second page of this topic web

Please remember to email your work to Ms Matthews – team6HL@st-jameshatcham.lewisham.sch.uk 

Home learning Activities- 13th July – 19th July 

maths 2

pie

english

science

Taking action document

humanities

Lekau Sehoana

art

newspaper climate pic

Home learning Activities- 6th July – 12th July 

math s

Lines and angles 

english

Newspaper article planning sheet

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Case studies – global warming

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Biased or balanced? 

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The Van Gogh Collection 

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Home learning Activities- 29th June – 5th July

matgs 2

Picture16

english

Front page and features of a newspaper

science

humanities

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arts

Picture14 Picture13 Picture15

 Home learning Activities- 22nd June – 29th June

maths

english #

Fact or opinion?

science

humanities

Police Statistics

art

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Home learning Activities- 15th June – 21st June

maths

english

Real or Fake Fake news? – real or fake headlines to vote on

Real or Fake?

science

humanities

What is child labour?

The Rights of the Child

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Home learning Activities- 8th June – 14th June

maths new

News Station Budgeting Sheet

english

Windrush Summaries

science new

humanities

THE FORGOTTEN SLUMS: The Smoky Mountain

A Visit To The Slums Of The Smoky Mountain

art

windrush breaking news  light of the world

Home learning Activities- 1st June – 7th June

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Converting-Fractions-Decimals-Percentages-FDP

Media Maths – Fractions decimals and percentages

Eng

Week 1 Newspaper Article Openings for 5 ws

Week 1 Good-Bad-Headlines

science

What is climate change?

Humanities

art

climate read all about it maths

Team 6 Topic Web – The Amazon (please click here)

Remember there are additional resources and websites on the second page of this topic web

Please remember to email your work to Ms Matthews – rmatthews15.209@lgflmail.org

Home learning Activities– 18th May – 24th May

maths bar chart

maths

English

science

Coffee bean life cycle – click here

Cotton life cycle – click here

humanities

creative arts

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Home learning Activities- 11th May – 17th May

maths 2

new maths

english

science

humanitie

artsPicture2  kindness  Picture3

Home learning Activities- 4th May – 10th May

maths

English

Science

Humanities and RE

Art

map fish in basket classification

Home learning Activities- 27th April – 3rd May

Maths

English

Science

Humanities

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Grown-ups; please do send me an email with updates about how your child’s learning has been going and we’d really appreciate any photos of what your child has been up to as well. We will be posting these on our ‘What you’ve been up to at home’ tab on the website. I have loved speaking to you all recently and am so happy each and every time I log onto my emails and see some of the amazing work you have been doing!

Remember – here are the links to some extra fun things that you might like to do whilst you are at home and to while away the hours between doing your school work, reading stories and following your daily routine:

Internet safety learning for all ages

Learn more about the Rights of a Child and support our Rights Respecting School status

Colour your own Rights Respecting Schools book

Authorfy – masterclasses on texts from a range of authors, including videos from the authors and activities linked to novels

Top Marks – a range of interactive maths games categorised by age group

BookTrust – a site with recommended booklists, categorised by age range and topic, including fiction and non-fiction. Family activities are included in the ‘Home Time’ section.

Remember, you can only do your best. Be kind to yourself and your family and try your best to help out at home, make each other laugh and smile, and find gratitude in each new day!

Love,

Ms Matthews

 

Home learning Activities – 20th April-26th April

Maths ENGLISH 2Humanities

science 2art 2

Rainforest in a jar    FROG     Science fruit

Grown-ups; please do send me an email with updates about how your child’s learning has been going and we’d really appreciate any photos of what your child has been up to as well. We will be posting these on our ‘What you’ve been up to at home’ tab on the website. Additionally we will still be sharing good learning, kindness and positivity during our special online sharing assemblies posted on a Friday.

Here are links to some extra fun things that you might like to do whilst you are at home and to while away the hours between doing your school work, reading stories and following your daily routine:

Internet safety learning for all ages

Learn more about the Rights of a Child and support our Rights Respecting School status

Colour your own Rights Respecting Schools book

Authorfy – masterclasses on texts from a range of authors, including videos from the authors and activities linked to novels

Top Marks – a range of interactive maths games categorised by age group

BookTrust – a site with recommended booklists, categorised by age range and topic, including fiction and non-fiction. Family activities are included in the ‘Home Time’ section.

Remember, you can only do your best. Be kind to yourself and your family and try your best to help out at home, make each other laugh and smile, and find gratitude in each new day!

Love,

Ms Matthewsart