Week 14 - 13/7/20 - 17/7/20
For those of you working and learning from home in these troubling times we are doing our very best to support and continue the education of all children. We hope that you will find the links and resources that we upload to these pages useful and that you will engage your children in lots of different learning opportunities. Above all, stay well and stay safe.
Weekly Home Learning Project Week 7 (Beg 13th June):
Take One Picture - Our whole school art project for final week. Feel free to join in if you would like and post any pictures you create for us all to see.
L.S. Lowry (1887-1976), British
Coming From The Mill, 1930 (oil painting)
What can we see?
Spend some time together looking at the artwork. What can you see? What do you think is happening? Where are all those people going or coming from? What does their posture tell you about how they are feeling? What about the colours Lowry has used, how does this portray emotion? What shapes can you see? What do you think they are making in the factories?What does the shop in the far right sell? Is it a post office? There's a postbox outside. Look at the children at the foreground? Is that a park over the fence? How do you get in? I wonder if anyone is going to start a game of football with that ball? Lowry LOVED football. He was a big Manchester City fan!
Using phonics knowledge, label all of the things you can see in the painting, for example, "children", "football".
Draw a picture of your local village/farm/house using pencils. How does this make you feel? Use happy or sad colours to colour it in. Discuss with your adult, why it makes you feel this way.
School360 - Online learning for all subjects
Phonics Play - (works best on a tablet)
TTRockstars - Timestables practice
NumBots - Number fluency
Body Coach TV - Joe Wicks 30 minute PE lessons
Check out my youtube channel! - Miss Wright
SPaG - Classroom Secrets web games for spelling, punctuation and grammar
Stuck for something to do? Here are some excellent links to various online resources