Monthly Archives: July 2020

Home Learning for wb 13th July

Hi Y6.

This is your last week of home learning!

Celebrations – For All Children

As this is the final week, we would like you to think back on your time at St Wilfrid’s. Please can you produce a mind map of your memories of special times you have had here and how they made you feel. After this, please write an acrostic poem using ‘St Wilfrid’s’ as the word down the left hand side to share these memories with us. You can post these in the stream so that you can share them with your friends.

e.g.

Sharing a dorm with my friends at the Oakes

Taking communion for the first time during a school mass.

Walking to school on my own.

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We are sure you can think of lots of interesting things you have done!

 

If we had been able to have Leavers’ Mass, we would have asked you to write prayers of thanks to share in this service. Please have a go at writing one now and post this in the classwork section of Google Classroom.

ART – For All Children

At home, we will continue with our work on street art and, this week, we will focus on Banksy.

Find out about who Banksy is and what he did during lockdown to celebrate the work of the NHS.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/52561722

Look at other examples of Banksy’s work and try to copy his style and create an image with a St Wilfrid’s theme. He usually uses stencil to create his pieces. Make a stencil of your own from card. Please share these with us on the Google Classroom stream.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/51504255

Science – ALL CHILDREN – This will not be done in class

This week, we are doing the fifth lesson on rocks, what are the steps in the rock cycle. You can do this any day this week when you are at home. Remember, it is in the Y5 section because we have a two year rolling programme.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-are-the-steps-in-the-rock-cycle

Additional science:

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Home Learning for Week Beginning 6th July

Hello Y6,

We hope you have had a good weekend.

This week we are continuing our PSHE work in class. We will be looking at growing up, puberty and relationships and sex education. All parents have had an email about this. A PowerPoint has been emailed to parents for those children who are either in a critical worker group or are at home all week to support them with this.

English  – ALL CHILDREN – This will not be done in class

If we had been in school as normal, we would have been studying some of Shakespeare’s plays. Instead, we have found these two Y6 BBC Bitesize daily lessons which look at Shakespeare’s work. The first is on Romeo and Juliet (dated 25th June) and the second is a book club lesson on Macbeth (dated 26th June).

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zb39vwx

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zphn7yc

Maths – ALL CHILDREN – This will not be done in class

My Maths – Please see the tasks allocated to you on My Maths. You may have done them before, but these are for revision ready for secondary.

Remember to use the lesson first so that you can recap the learning.

Login details are on Google Classroom if needed.

Science – ALL CHILDREN – This will not be done in class

This week, we are doing the fifth lesson on rocks, how do the rocks on our Earths surface change. You can do this any day this week when you are at home. Remember, it is in the Y5 section because we have a two year rolling programme.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/how-do-the-rocks-on-our-earths-surface-change

Art – For critical worker group and children who are at home (not Foxes, Monkeys and Turtles)

Please can you search Faunagraphic street art Sheffield. Here is a video to watch too.

Can you copy one of her designs? If you can, try to use paint.