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Home Learning wb 23.3

Home Learning wb 23.3.20


Hello Outgoing Otters! Hope you have all had a wonderful, restful weekend and are ready for the week ahead. 


This week, please try to complete the home learning activities below. Have a go and do the best you can     I would love to hear from you, so parents and pupils please feel free to email me at the email address sent out last week to share work, to tell me what you have been doing at home or to ask for any help.


Parents, as previously mentioned we have created a suggested timetable for you to follow at home. But please remember this is not compulsory!


Academic Time: In KS1, we have allocated some tasks which you can complete on our online learning platforms.


Mathletics: Fractions

Task 1: Is it half?

Task 2: Halves

Task 3: Shade Fractions

Task 4: Fractions of a collection

Task 5 Halves and Quarters


Times Table Rock Stars: Practise your 2, 5 and 10 times tables.



In the Otters class, we were coming to the end of our fractions unit of work. We have been looking carefully at using bar models in order to work out either 1/4 or 3/4 of an amount. I have uploaded a fractions missing digit task, where pupils will need to draw a bar model in order to find the missing digit. There are 2 tasks. Children can choose their preferred one to complete. If they would like to, they could complete both. 



Login to Spelling Shed where we have assigned some games for spelling list 23 ‘short vowel sound o’. This week’s spelling list is;


   other      mother       brother        nothing        cover       money        some       dozen        wonder       done


Active Time:

At 9-9:30am every day, Joe Wicks will be leading a live PE lesson online. We will be doing this in school too and would love if you did this at home with us (don’t forget to send us videos of pictures of you joining in!). To join in, go onto YouTube and type in ‘The Body Coach TV’ and the video will be live streamed there.


Creative Time:

Choose at least one to complete through the week. You can do all of activities below if you choose or do your own creative activities too.



Create a castle picture/model. It could be a drawing, collage, painting or Lego model depending on what you have in your house already.



Research something about castle life and write/draw about it in your home learning book.

Examples: What jobs did people have in a castle? Who would live in a castle?


As said before, if you have any questions please ask. We are happy to help