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Thursday 18th June 2020

 

TT Rock Stars and Spelling Shed - Why not challenge a friend (or two) to a times table or spelling competition?

Each Thursday at 11 am Oak Academy hold and online assembly. These provide opportunities to hear form some inspirational guest speakers, including the first British astronaut, the cast of the Lion King and the Archbishop of Canterbury. You will find links to these assemblies below...

 

  • EnglishRead the example and identify key features

  • MathsTo complete a simple symmetrical figure

  • ScienceHow are organisms adapted to hot environments?

Today we would like you to talk about what qualities you should have to be a good friend and what qualities you feel that you have that makes you a super friend. You are then going to represent these qualities by a colour (like we did with our empathy bracelets last week) and we would like you make a friendship bracelet for one of your best friends! Can you make it with the colours that match the qualities that they have? 

 

4 different techniques to make friendship bracelets

Grab some embroidery floss and create all the fun friendship bracelets! You can put them on zippers, jackets, backpacks, bookmarks or even hang them on your ...

Story Time

Here is chapter 11 of 'The Boy Who Grew Dragons' by Andy Shepherd.

The Boy Who Grew Dragons Readalong - Chapter 11

The Boy Who Grew Dragons is a delightful debut novel from author Andy Shepherd, illustrated by Sara Ogilvie, and published by Piccadilly Press. Shortlisted f...

Oak Academy also provide activity clubs each week run by their brilliant partners, with activities like cook-a-longs, arts and debating clubs. Please take a look at the splat on the previous page called Oak Academy Clubs to see if you fancy trying any out!

Our Planet

Both the WWF and Wildlife Trust have developed a series of engaging lessons/activities for your child, to help them learn about the planet on which we live. These may interest you too! For more information visit the 'Our Planet' splat on our web page.

Please make sure you tweet us some of your activities! We would love to see how you are enjoying your home learning.

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