Kilham Church Of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School

"Encourage one another and build each other up." (Thessalonians 5.11)

Homework for extended closure

Dear Parents

Thank you for taking the time to visit this page on our website while the school is closed due to the Coronavirus. As a school we understand that this is an unsettling time for children and families and we are working really hard to keep you all up to date with the latest advice and provide families and children with a number of relevant and differentiated activities that children can do in this period.

As a school, we have provided each child with a pack of work that we would love them to complete while they are away from school. The work is relevant to a topic that your child has completed recently so they will be revisiting and gaining a deeper understanding of that topic or they will be pre-learning. If your child is pre-learning, they have been provided with some materials that will prepare them for a new up and coming topic.

As well as the packs we have provided, we have also made sure that each child has an idea based on a practical project where they can design and build something linked to ongoing classwork. We have also made sure all children have their current log on details for the online services that we buy into as a school, these include Purple Mash, TT Rockstars and Wordsmith. Teachers have also provided each class with a book list and books for children to read while they are out of school.

Thank you for your support with helping the children during this challenging time.

 Depending on the time scale of the closure, we have plans in place to provide further resources that can be picked up by families from a designated location in the coming weeks. More information will follow about this option as it is required.

Please find the class that your child is in below and download or access the materials.

 Thank you for your support, all of the staff at Kilham Church of England Primary School.

New home learning website list from the Department of Education:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/coronavirus-covid-19-online-education-resources/coronavirus-covid-19-list-of-online-education-resources-for-home-education

The government have brought together an initial list of online educational resources to help children to learn at home.

These websites have been identified by some of the country’s leading educational experts and offer a wide range of support and resources for pupils of all ages.

New science resources

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 30 + science from home ideas for Early Years children.pdfDownload
 Remote teaching and learning resources for science teachers.pdfDownload
 Science from home ideas.pdfDownload
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Pizza for Tea.

Hello all, try making a pizza for tea, you will find a recipe and some worksheets below. When you are done send school a picture of your finished pizza through twitter - @KilhamCEPrimary. Keep safe from Mr Palmer.

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 Perfect Pizzas Plan1.pdfDownload
 Perfect Pizzas Slide1.pdfDownload
 Perfect Pizzas Work1.pdfDownload
 pizza recipe.pdfDownload
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Geography resources 

Timetable Ideas and advice for parents 

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 how_to_support_home_learning_-_parent_ideas sheet.pdfDownload
 possible timetable for parents.pdfDownload
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School History Timeline Quiz.

Dear parents  and children - whilst you are away from school why not become a history genius. This is an image of our school history timeline which is on the outside wall of class 5 which you can zoom in on to study. Once children have spent time learning some of the key facts they can have a go at the quizzes below. Good luck see how many you can get right out of ten.

Key stage 1 could have the timeline open on a computer so they can try to move it around to find the answers while children in classes 3,4 and 5 can study the timeline and then do the quiz.

Once they have completed a quiz on your computer you may need to delete all of your cookies to have a second go. to do this go to the three vertical dots to the right of your search bar, go to more tools and then clear browsing data.

Children could also write their own quiz for brothers and sisters or friends and family, if they write down the questions and answers maybe we could turn it into a surveymonkey quiz when we return to school.

 

Quiz 1. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/65N9FKF

Quiz 2. https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/65Y5WQT

 

Once you have completed all of the quizzes why not take a virtual tour of the Smithsonian museum in Washington DC.

https://naturalhistory.si.edu/visit/virtual-tour 

TTS Learning Packs

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 EYFS-Home-Learning-Pack.pdfDownload
 My_Activity_Book_Yrs_5_7.pdfDownload
 My_Activity_Book_Yrs_7_11.pdfDownload
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Resource Packs  EYFS, Class 1 and Class 2

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 EYFS-Home-Learning-Pack.pdfDownload
 Year 1 Home Learning Pack Guidance and Answers.pdfDownload
 Year 1 Home Learning Pack.pdfDownload
 Year 1 Practical Ideas.pdfDownload
 Year 2 Home Learning Pack Guidance and Answers.pdfDownload
 Year 2 Home Learning Pack.pdfDownload
 Year 2 Practical Ideas.pdfDownload
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PE links

Looking for something interesting to do during the coming weeks and months when many of our facilities may be closed? Browse our ideas for children and adults - discover things you can do, learn from, and take part in whilst at home.

Active East Riding means you can #StayHomeStayActive.

https://www.activeeastriding.co.uk/

Joe Wicks daily PE lesson.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

 

https://www.sportengland.org/stayinworkout 

 Click on the Active at Home and Outdoors tabs - there are lots of brilliant ideas there!

 Tips, advice and guidance on how to keep or get active in and around your home.

 

 

 LES MILLS On Demand.

There are over 800 workouts available, including LES MILLS Born to Move range - fun online kids’ classes suitable for toddlers to teens, along with the LES MILLS popular range of classes including: BODYCOMBAT,SH'BAM, BODYBALANCE, and BARRE, as well as more traditional-based classes, and mindfulness.

For use on up to four devices, this is a chance to work out at home at a time that suits the whole family.

To activate a 60 days free trial, visit:  
 https://eastridingleisure.co.uk/lmod

Important website links

Encourage young people to write a review of any film they watch in 100 words or less. Then, simply send us a photo of their review on Twitter or Facebook, and include the entrant's age, and the winner will receive a £20 Amazon voucher.

https://www.intofilm.org/news-and-views/articles/review-100-competition

science and computing resources

https://www.stem.org.uk/home-learning?utm_source=Adestra&utm_medium=email&utm_term=&utm_content=here&utm_campaign=Computing%20Hubs%20Newsletter%20-%20April%202020

Purple Mash log-in:
https://www.purplemash.com/sch/kilhamcofe

Wordsmith log-in:
https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk

TT rockstars log in:
https://ttrockstars.com/

RM EasiMaths log-in:
https://www.rmeasimaths.com

Phonicsplay log in:

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

Explorify - science ideas

https://explorify.wellcome.ac.uk/activities

White Rose maths lesson with a short video for parents

https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/

Hungry Little minds for children under 5.

https://hungrylittleminds.campaign.gov.uk/

Audible stories - audible .com

https://stories.audible.com/start-listen

Activities in the garden.

https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/blog/2020/03/kids-nature-activities-self-isolation/

Picture news - Friday assembly around a topical theme.

https://vimeo.com/channels/picturenews

Class 1 working from home tasks.

Class 1 home learning resources

Useful websites

https://abcdoes.com/home-learning/

Alistair Bryce-Clegg is an EYFS specialist who has amazing ideas on how to teach and learn through play. He has collated a range of ideas and activities for children to do at home. 

 

www.phonicsplay.co.uk

Username: kilham

Password: school

Reception are currently working on phase 3, whilst nursery are working on phase 1 and 2. Reccommended games include: Meet the animals (phase 1), buried treasure (phase 2/3).

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/home-early-years

Twinkl are offering parents free access to learning resources.

 To access the free offer, you will need to visit www.twinkl.co.uk/offer and log in as a new to Twinkl member using your email address, set up a password and use the code: UKTWINKLHELPS

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/eyfs-nursery-school-closure-home-learning-resource-pack-t-tp-2549365

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/eyfs-school-closure-home-learning-resource-pack-t-tp-2549362

 https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/3-5-years/counting

Interactive maths games that can be used on the iPad/laptop. Some require flash so will only work on a laptop/home computer.

 

Episodes of Alpha blocks and Number blocks can be found on Cbeebies and YouTube, which cover the sounds and maths concepts covered in class.

 

APPS:

Storytime from Cbeebies (free)

Teach Your Monster to Read (free for a limited time due to school closure- usually £4.99)

Meet the Alphablocks! (free)

PocketPhonics Stories (free)

Class 2 working from home tasks.

Class 2- List of home learning

 

Projects

Make a seaside collage

Make a punch and Judy moving picture

Create a storyboard of favourite traditional tale-  planning sheet to be provided.

Complete some research about a Victorian seaside resort (about 5 facts)

 

Purple Mash 2do’s

Old and new seaside holidays

Steam train paint project

Writing project 3 Little Pigs

Little Red Riding Hood Captions

 

Websites

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zx882hv  Habitats

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ interactive games for different areas of the curriculum.

https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/literacy.html

https://www.worldoftales.com/fairy_tales.html Fairy tales/traditional tales

http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/ Science and history

 

Comprehension

Y2 George’s marvellous Medicine- Book Talk tasks

Y1 comprehension tasks to printed

Resource Packs for classes 3, 4 and 5

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 Year 3 Home Learning Pack Guidance and Answers.pdfDownload
 Year 3 Home Learning Pack.pdfDownload
 Year 3 Practical Ideas.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Home Learning Pack Guidance and Answers.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Home Learning Pack.pdfDownload
 Year 4 Practical Ideas.pdfDownload
 Year 5 Home Learning Pack .pdfDownload
 Year 5 Home Learning Pack Guidance and Answers.pdfDownload
 Year 5 Practical Ideas.pdfDownload
 Year-6-Home-Learning-Pack-Guidance-and-Answers.pdfDownload
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Class 3 working from home tasks.

Work to set for Class3- Year 3

 

Websites for Class 3 to access and use – see above for website links.

TTRocks

RMEasimaths

Under the Purple Mash log in:

  • SPAG- Grammar, word work- Avoiding Said, Describe a lion, Dark and Dingy words, Light words
  • Maths- Time, work through the various activities on time
  • Science- Forces, Materials, Rock and Soils- work through the activities in each section
  • Topic- Geography, Mountains- writing projects, paint projects, quiz/games

 Daily reading:

Normal reading books, any books they have at home (to be recorded in their reading record).

Children will either have Jeremy Strong, The Genius Aged 8 ¼  OR Anna Liza and the Happy Practice.

Children can complete a book prediction before they read and a review of the book after they have read it.

 

Maths:

CGP book- children can complete pages 7-15, 18 & 19, 43, 52-55

Mental maths books

SEE PURPLE MASH 

English:

CGP Comprehension books- children can work through their book, no further than page 20

Handwriting books

Comprehension sheets (we will print off and send home)

SEE PURPLE MASH

 

Longer project/challenge

Children to write an adventure story based on Billy and the Minpins, the story should include the Minpins and the birds but the adventure can be set anywhere.

Class 4 working from home tasks

Class 4 – Work for home study

 

Our summer topic is ‘The Ancient Greeks and the Olympics – ancient and modern’.

The children all have a study book and an activity book about the Ancient Greeks.

We would like children to work through these and arm themselves with lots of great knowledge.

 

Project

We would like children to make something ‘Greek’. This could be something like:

  • a Greek meal/banquet - write recipes, take photographs, invitations, food feedback if you actually make the dish(es)… or it could be a model.
  • DT project – clothes, weapons, Trojan horse, arena… the list is endless.
  • IT – PowerPoint, write a book, poem…
  • Art – sketches, paintings or collages of pottery, sport, buildings…
  • English – read &/or write a Greek Myth…

 

English

  • Read every day: try to make this a range of books – fiction and non-fiction. Also poetry, magazines, newspapers, comics, news on line.
  • Spend some time discussing reading with an adult, both asking questions of each other about the content and the way it is written, eg. punctuation, short and long sentences, clarifying new words, summarising a section, predicting what will happen next - all using evidence from the text.
  • Write a story about the Minpins – they have created their own Minpin and a tree/room for them to live in. They have also created their own monster ‘Gruncher’ from the book. These will help – they could be the child instead of Billy. How will they get home?
  • Spellings: check out how many of your year group spellings you can read and spell correctly and work on those you don’t know yet! Check you know what they mean.

 Maths

  • TT Rocks every day – especially Year 4.
  • RM Easimaths 15 minute session a day.
  • Mental Maths books – these are ones they use at school, they are encouraged to do a page or a section and then have it marked.

 There are lots of great websites that they can use too – check out:

  • purple mash – children have their own logins.
  • BBC bitesize – English, Maths, Science amongst others.
  • primary homework help – science & history.

Keep up to date with facts by watching Newsround as this explains current topics in a child-friendly way.

Class 5 working from home tasks.

Class 5 – Work for home study

 

Our summer topic is ‘The Ancient Greeks and the Olympics – ancient and modern’.

The children all have a study book and an activity book about the Ancient Greeks.

We would like children to work through these and arm themselves with lots of great knowledge.

 

Project

We would like children to make something ‘Greek’. This could be something like:

  • a Greek meal/banquet - write recipes, take photographs, invitations, food feedback if you actually make the dish(es)… or it could be a model.
  • DT project – clothes, weapons, Trojan horse, arena… the list is endless.
  • IT – PowerPoint, write a book, poem…
  • Art – sketches, paintings or collages of pottery, sport, buildings…
  • English – read &/or write a Greek Myth…

 

English

  • Read every day: try to make this a range of books – fiction and non-fiction. Also poetry, magazines, newspapers, comics, news on line.
  • Spend some time discussing reading with an adult, both asking questions of each other about the content and the way it is written, eg. punctuation, short and long sentences, clarifying new words, summarising a section, predicting what will happen next - all using evidence from the text.
  • Write a story about the Minpins – they have created their own Minpin and a tree/room for them to live in. They have also created their own monster ‘Gruncher’ from the book. These will help – they could be the child instead of Billy. How will they get home?
  • Spellings: check out how many of your year group spellings you can read and spell correctly and work on those you don’t know yet! Check you know what they mean.

Maths

  • TT Rocks every day.
  • RM Easimaths 15 minute session a day.
  • Mental Maths books – these are ones they use at school, they are encouraged to do a page or a section and then have it marked.

There are lots of great websites that they can use too – check out:

  • purple mash – children have their own logins.
  • BBC bitesize – English, Maths, Science amongst others.
  • primary homework help – science & history.

Keep up to date with facts by watching Newsround as this explains current topics in a child-friendly way.