School Closure Activities

Well done to everyone who has logged in to School360 regularly in our first week at home. Please make sure you do this daily, as I will be setting extra tasks and posting messages on the message board.
 
There have been some fantastic LEGO competition entries so far! The 30 day challenge is below if you are up for the challenge!
 
As well as the usual English and Maths activities, I would like to set you a research task, which you can add to throughout your time at home. You can make it on school360 and save it to your pupil file for me to view, or if you have Word or Powerpoint this can be emailed to me directly when you are finished. 
I would like you to research the changes in the roles and rights of women from ancient times to today.
You can present this in any way you would like but you might want to include:
 
-       Traditional roles of women in the past. (Rich and poor)

-       Victorian Women (Margaret Hughes)

-       How the Industrial Revolution changed the role of women.

-       The beginnings of feminism – fighting allocated roles.

-       The Suffragettes – fighting for the right to vote.

-       Women in War

-       Women in the 1950s

-       Second-wave feminism – changes to law for women’s pay, education and work.

-       Women today.

 

I am really looking forward to reading your research!
 

In the event of school closure, children should do an English and a Maths activity each day.

Class Three Pupils - please spend AT LEAST half an hour reading every day.

  1. Keep working through homework books – 1 Maths (Section A, B or C) and 1 English (one page of your book) activity to be completed each day. 
  2. 5 A DAY MATHS - Complete your choice of Bronze, Silver, Gold or Platinum from the website each day. Complete these activities in the books you have taken home. (See link below.)
  3. Go on to Sumdog and work on a Maths and English activity each day.
  4. I will set tasks on School360 regularly.
  5. Keep an eye on this page, as I will set other learning tasks such as history, geography and science.
Please access the links below to a range of tasks if you are looking for other work to keep you busy!
 
Stay safe and try to have as much fun as possible! Be creative, do some crafts, bake some tasty treats, get out for lots of fresh air and enjoy spending time with your family!
 
I will be in school, missing you all!
 
Take care everyone! I am so proud of you!
 
Love,
 
Mrs Fletcher x
5 Quick Maths Activities - please complete one page each day. 
Online educational publishers, Twinkl, have offered parents free access to all its resources for a month to support continued learning at home. All you need to do is enter UKTWINKLHELPS to get started.
For kids who love science, the Children’s University of Manchester website is an excellent interactive resource in which your child can browse a number of different science topics which have a quiz at the end of each unit.
A range of free worksheets for Science.
BBC Bitesize is an excellent online resource that provides students help with revision and learning. Here you will find a number of free videos, step-by-step guides, activities and quizzes by level and subject on every subject for students aged from three to 16 and over.