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School Closure Extension (12th June 2020)

School Closure Extension (6th June 2020)

Welcome to Year 6!

 

Dear parents and carers,

 

We hope that you are all still safe and well.  As lockdown continues for most children, remote learning conditions still apply and therefore, each week, class teachers will be putting a learning grid onto the class pages of the website.  Children are encouraged to have a go at the blue sections every day, and the sections in yellow are suggestions of extra projects that children could undertake if they / you choose to. 

 

In these challenging times, children’s happiness, wellbeing and safety are paramount and the most important aspects of day-to-day life.  Although we are uploading ideas to the website, there are no definitive expectations of what you must do or not. If you are able to support your children with their learning at home, then great! We appreciate  that it may be difficult for some families to support their children in home-learning so please do not feel any pressure for children to complete these tasks if your circumstances are such that it is not possible – do as much or as little as you see fit.  There is also nothing wrong with playing games, baking, having fun and enjoying life!

 

Please email school if you have any further questions or need any support and guidance.  We would also love to see photos of any home-learning that children have completed in order to celebrate these on the school website and on twitter too (@HMCPS).

 

Thank you for all of your continued support.  Look after yourselves and stay safe!

Microsoft Teams

Parents and pupils: please be aware that under no circumstances are meetings to be record or photographs taken as this does not adhere to the guidelines contained in the safeguarding policy.

Time: 10.30 am Mon-Thurs

Week 1st June 2020

Week 25th May 2020 (this is not compulsory as it is half term - just if you want to!)

Week 18th May 2020

Week 11th May 2020

Week 4th May 2020

Week 27th April 2020

Home Learning Pics!

Art in the style of Andy Goldsworthy - beautiful!

Leavers Hoodies

Kooth

Curriculum Overview

Spellings

Reading

Log on using our class code 'zar8737' and click on your name!

Times Tables

Other links to support learning at home

FREE MUSIC RESOURCES FOR PRIMARY SCHOOLS

KS2:

Royal Scottish National Opera

Youtube.com/watch?v=DeVd9olCSWU

 

Create a Samba band at home using everyday objects from the kitchen. Watch them play before they show you how to do it at home.

 

David Walliam’s Marvellous Musical Podcast

classicfm.co/music-news/david-walliams-marvellous-musical-podcast/

 

 

Listen to David Walliam’s podcast as he introduces the whole family to classical music. There are ten episodes to enjoy.

Chethams Outreach

https://outreach.chethams.com/resources/

 

Ideas for music making at home for all ages: Early Years, Family Friendly and Young at Heart

Sing Up

https://www.singup.org/home-schooling/ks2

 

Sing-Up Home schooling area. Free songs and ideas for linked activities. Suitable for parents and teachers.

 

Out of the Ark

www.outoftheark.co.uk/ootam-at-home

 

Words on Screen™  videos of each song, together with some simple linked ideas and activities especially written to help teachers and parents engage with some singing, music teaching and much more!   

NEW SONGS ADDED WEEKLY

BBC 10 Pieces

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/live-lessons/ten-pieces-party-live-lesson/znn82sg

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/live-lessons/ten-pieces-and-the-nutcracker-live-lesson/znhycqt

 

Live interactive music lessons

BBC 10 Pieces

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/all-resources/zdg3t39

Introducing young people to the wonderful world of classical music. Videos of full performances and lesson plans and ideas for teachers. Watch the video of the full performance then try out some of the ideas in the lesson plans.

 

Try: ‘No Place Like…’ to help you think about music in your home.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/classical-music-kerry-andrew-no-place-like/z7k4f4j

 

Try ‘Connect It’ for making music using body percussion.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces/KS2-anna-meredith-connect-it/zhyyb82

 

Dippy the Explorer

https://gmmusichub.co.uk/events/

Learn to sing our specially commissioned GM Music Hub Singing Challenge song – ‘Dippy the Explorer’.

Ideas for activities linked to the song and Dinosaur music.

 

BBC Music lessons

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/music--science-ks2-house-of-sound/zncr7nb

House of sound – short films that that explore the science of sound and how musical instruments make sounds.

Body percussion online workshops

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=beat+goes+on+body+percussion+

Body beats – Body percussion online sessions. Delivered by Ollie Turner (former STOMP cast member) Daily Monday to Friday at 11am.

Have you seen the Kids' Zone? Play games and visit some cool websites. You can vote for your favourites.
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