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Children who are self-isolating and feeling well : Y6 home-learning timetable

The majority of pupils are currently able to attend school. However, there may be times when school is open and a child cannot attend. For example, children will be unable to attend in line with public health advice if they are self-isolating and have had symptoms or a positive test result themselves, or if they are a close contact of someone who has coronavirus (COVID-19).

As far as possible, children who are self-isolating and feeling well should follow the timetable below, starting from day 1. Some of these activities are named 'tasks' and these are avilailable in the boxes below the timetable. These tasks are updated to mirror the learning that is going on in class, or to practice learning that has taken place in class previously. Other activities are links to high quality websites.

Self-isolating timetable

 

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

Day 4

Day 5

Morning task 1

Read a book of your choice for up to 30 minutes. Now complete an activity from the 'Reading' box below.

Maths task 2

 You can find today's maths task in the maths box below.

English task 2

You can find today's English task English task in the 'English' box below.

Maths task 3

You can find today's maths task in the maths box below.

English task 4

You can find today's English task in the 'English' box below.

Morning task 2

English task 1

You can find today's English task in the 'English' box below.

Religious education

Follow the link and pick an RE session on BBC Bitesize

Topic task 2

You can find your topic task in the topic box below.

English task 3

You can find today's English task in the 'English' box below.

Maths task 4

You can find today's maths task in the maths box below.

Afternoon task 1

Maths task 1

You can find today's maths task in the maths box below.

Music

Follow the link and choose an activity on Charanga

Read a book of your choice for up to 30 minutes. Now complete an activity from the 'Reading' box below.

Relationships and health education

Follow the link and pick an activity from our website

Physical education

Follow the link and pick an activity from the Youth Sport Trust

Afternoon task 2

Topic task 1

You can find your topic task in the topic box below.

Physical education

Follow the link  and pick an activity with Joe

French

Follow the link and Choose an activity from Early Start

Art

Follow the link and pick an art session on BBC Bitesize

Read a book of your choice for up to 30 minutes. Now complete an activity from the 'Reading' box below.

 

English

Topic

Reading

After you have read your book for up to half an hour, pick one of these activities and complete it. You could upload it to the 'My Work' section of your webpage and use the class blog to tell your teacher.

  • Write a multiple choice quiz about your book.
  • Pick a descriptive word from the text, write it down and use a thesaurus to write down five synonyms for that word.
  • Re-read a chapter and pick out 5 tricky words. Find the definition for each word. Use each word in a sentence of your own.
  • Draw and label a character or a setting from a description in the book.
  • Choose a key moment in the book and change the event. Re-write the following chapter.
  • Re-write a chapter as a diary, a play-script or a newspaper article.
  • Think of 5 questions you would like to ask one of the characters. Then write their answers as if you were that character.
  • Which character in your book are you most like? Explain your answer. 
  • Which character in your book are you least like? Explain your answer. 
  • Which character in your book would you most like to be? Explain your answer.
  • Construct a time line to fit your story. Include all the main events.
  • Design a new cover for a book you have read.
  • Draw a cartoon strip of the main events from the book.
  • Dear author… write a letter to the author of your book. Tell them your opinion of their book and ask them any questions that you would want answering about the book.
  • Re-write a part of your book from a different character’s point of view.
  • Write a telephone conversation between you and one of the characters from the book.
  • Draw a poster advertising the book. Make sure you write on the poster why people should read it.

Maths

Supporting information for Music and French

Music

  1. Go to https://bhma.charanga.com/yumu
  2. Enter your username and password. Your password is the same one you use to access the Carlton Hill website to see your class blog. The username is similar but with yumu on the front. For example, if your Carlton Hill website username is mrpaterson then your YUMU username is yumu mrpaterson (make sure there is a space between the two bits).
  3. Click on the log in button.
  4. Explore the units of work on your page and earn points!

French

  1. Click on this link https://www.earlystartonline.com/pupil-welcome.html to go to the Pupil Pages WELCOME page
  2. You will be asked to enter the email address msalderson@earlystart.co.uk and the password carlton1 (all lower case) 
  3. When you are on the WELCOME page, click on FRENCH 1 or FRENCH 2
  4. Click on the section you wish to view e.g. “Greetings” 
  5. You can now use the Pupil Pages.
 

Do you need more home learning activities?

Children could also do 15 of minutes Times Tables Rockstars every day and continue to regularly access their ‘Sumdog’ account.  Our school subscribes to Sumdog and every child has an account. Teachers set maths challenges and there are also curriculum-linked spelling activities. If you need a password reminder, please contact the school office.

Pupils can also explore further high quality resources linked to the remote learning page of the school website. This includes a link to the Oak National Academy which has been created by 40 teachers and backed by government grant funding. It provides 180 video lessons each week, across a broad range of subjects from maths to art to languages, for every year group across the primary age range. The resources on BBC bitesize are also excellent.

Please contact the school if you need further support.

Tel: 01273 604966
Email: admin@carltonhill.brighton-hove.sch.uk

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