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Home Learning - Health and Wellbeing - Week beg 1.6.20

 

This week is Child Safety Week. I thought we would focus on Road Safety.

 

If you’ve been out walking recently, you’ll have noticed changes in how we are using roads and pavements. Social distancing may mean having to step off the pavement. Families are out on bikes/scooters more for our daily exercise, but emptier roads can see cars going at mind-boggling speeds. 
It can be hard for families to navigate this new normal and keep their children safe. 

 

Activity 1 -

 

Watch the film - Road ready, expect the unexpected - https://www.think.gov.uk/resource/expect-the-unexpected/

1. Can the children tell you the road safety/Green Cross Code rules? - Stop. Look, Listen, Think.

 

2. Can the children research some cycle safety rules?

Examples should include;

  • make sure your bike is well maintained
  • make sure you look behind you for vehicles and other obstacles before you turn, overtake or stop
  • check what the Highway Code says about cycling and obey road signs and traffic lights
  • stay aware of the local surroundings and what is happening around you - don’t use headphones or a mobile phone
  • use arm signals when you are turning left or right
  • Wear a cycle helmet.
  • Use a cycle lane wear possible.

 

Activity 2 -

 

Have a look at some common road signs. Try designing a road sign to let drivers know there are young cyclists ahead. The road sign must be triangle shape.

 

Mrs Roberts

Home Learning - Health and Wellbeing - Week beg 11.5.20

This week we are learning about staying safe online. It’s never too early to talk to your child about what they do online and who to tell if they come across anything online that makes them feel worried, scared or sad. This film is made by Thinkuknow. Thinkuknow is the online safety education programme from the National Crime Agency.

 

Activity 1: Watch Play Like Share, Episode 2  Watch Episode 2: Who’s Magnus? with your child at www.thinkuknow.co.uk/8_10/watch/.

 

 Use the following questions to chat about the cartoon: o What did you think? What did you like about this episode? o What does Sam do with Megan’s baby photo? [Shares the photo and makes it public] o How does Megan feel and what does she do in response? [She feels angry/upset. She uses Sam’s account to write a mean comment about Ellie and Alfie.] o What upsets Ellie and who does she turn to? [She thinks that Sam is posting mean comments about her. Megan is unkind to her and she loses the guitar-off. She turns to Magnus, who she has met online.] o Is Magnus the best person to support Ellie? Who else could help? [Ellie has only just met Magnus online and doesn’t know him ‘in real life’, so he is not a good source of support for her. It would be better to talk to a close friend, family member or another adult she trusts.]

 

Activity 2: What is OK to share?  Ask your child what they remember about Episode 2 of Play Like Share.  Explain it is important to think about how someone else might feel if you share a photo or video of them. Sometimes people share photos or videos that might be unkind, or upset or embarrass other people. Ask your child: o When does this happen in PLS? [Sam shares a baby photo of Megan]  With your child, read each scenario on p2 of this activity sheet and ask them to circle the appropriate thumb. If you can’t print it, read the scenario and ask them to answer with thumbs up, down and sideways!  Discuss their answers, using the answer sheet on p3 to help you.

 

Mrs Roberts

Home Learning - Health and Well-being - Week beg 4.5.20

 

This week we are celebrating sun awareness week.

The children are familiar with the sun safety messages but here is a reminder.

 

Activity -

 

    

 

 

The Sun in Art: Shown above are some ways the sun has been portrayed in art. The first painting is Van Gogh’s The Sower, Monet’s Sunrise, Klee’s Castle and Sun. Can the children make their own piece of 'sun' art? They can either research a sun painting or create their own original art work. This could be a sunrise, sunset or even the shadows a sun may make.

 

Note - be careful, do not look directly at the sun as it will damage your eyes.

 

Mrs Roberts

Home Learning - Health and Well-being - Week beg 27.4.20

 

This week we are going to celebrate Earth day and the Global goals. Global goals were introduced in 2015 by World leaders to drive the ending of world poverty, tackling climate change and fighting equality. The hope that they will be completed by 2030.

 

  • Re-cap the sustainable goals by watching the film ‘Part 1 animation’ https://vimeo.com/138852758 

  • In this activity, the children are encouraged to talk to their elderly relatives, either online or over the phone, and ask them a series of questions about the environmental changes they’ve seen since they were their age. Focus on one of three topics for their conversation: Food, Weather or Transport.

  • Draw a Then and Now drawing of what their elderly relative said.

 

 

 

Mrs Roberts

 

Home Learning - Health and Well-being - Week beg 20.4.20

 

This week we are looking at our self esteem and our 'super' talents.

 

Watch the Youtube film – Sesame Street ‘what makes you special?’ 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LrPm7BasRBo 

 

Being special makes you feel good about yourself; it makes you feel proud. This is called Self Esteem. You all have strengths and talents but sometimes you may find it hard to believe that you have any at all.  You could almost call your strengths and talents, superhero talents? 

You will be going into year 6 soon and you will need to call upon your ‘superhero’ talents to succeed and do well.

 

Spend two minutes deciding what your ‘talents’ are. If you are not sure, ask a family member. 

 

Q - Ask yourself - ‘What makes me feel special?’ ‘When do I feel special? ‘What can I do that makes me feel special?’ 

 

 

 

Activity -

 

Design your own superhero, based on your superhero talents and strengths. The children must include 5 superhero talents.

 

Mrs Roberts

 

 

Home Learning - Health and Well-being - Week 2

 

These are lovely to do and pop in your windows. Lots of colouring and discussion about what the quote might mean to you and your family. If you don't have access to a printer, why not design your own rainbow?

 

https://www.elsa-support.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Rainbow-art.pdf

 

Mrs Roberts

Home Learning - Health and Wellbeing  - Week 1

What can you do to look after yourself today? Read through the poster and then make your own A-Z of self-care

https://www.elsa-support.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/A-to-z-OF-SELF-CARE.pdf

 

Mrs Roberts

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Favourite Websites

Click the link below to access all our favourite websites that we use inside and outside of school. 

 

Included in here are useful websites such as Hwb, Class Dojo, coding resources and even more!

The Victorians

 

During Autumn A, the first half term of the year, our topic was "The Victorians". The pupils absolutely loved this topic and learnt so much about this era.

 

The pupils learnt about:

 

  • Florence Nightingale
  • Queen Victoria
  • Victorian buildings
  • Famous Victorians such as inventors and Charles Dickins
  • Oliver Twist
  • Victorian children and jobs
  • Comparing our lives to the lives of Victorian people

 

See below for some examples of the pupils work:

The Victorians Pupil Work

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Cool Stuff

 

During Autumn B, the second half term of the year, our topic was "Cool Stuff". The pupils really enjoyed this topic and it really sparked their curiosity of how things work. The pupils also loved learning about this science rich topic, especially forces such as air resistance and water resistance. The pupils also completed a high level skill of planning, conducting and reviewing their very own science experiment independently which was based around the strength of various papers.

 

See below for some examples of their fantastic work:

Cool Stuff Pupil Work

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Cool Stuff - Water Resistance

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Here is an example of a Stop Motion video the pupils created based on their water resistance experiment and their findings.
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