Guidance for Home Learning: all year groups
For all children who are home (and well enough), here is what you can do if you are ill (not Covid), waiting for a test or the sibling of a child waiting for a test:
- Reading - Read your book for at least 30 minutes. Keep a record of the pages you have read.
- Spelling - go on to https://spellingframe.co.uk/ Practise a rule for your year group (if you have a list of spellings for the term, practise one of those rules).
- Maths - do your Doodle Maths session
- Go on to https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/primary and follow some lessons that would link to your current topic
Once you have a positive Covid test, you will need to collect a homework pack for each child who is at home, isolating for the remainder of the isolation period.
DOODLE MATHS RESULTS
Well done Year 5 and 2MW drawing in the lead, with Year 3 and 2BM very closely behind! Excellent work.
Story Time with St Andrew's Teachers
New chapter book!
George's Marvellous Medicine, by Roald Dahl
First chapter, read by Mr Clarke
Chapter two, read by Mrs Kirtley Close
Chapter three, read by Mrs Halcrow
Chapter four, read by Mrs Holmes
Chapter five, read by Mrs C James
Chapter six, read by Miss Park
Chapter seven, read by Mrs S James
Chapter eight, read by Mrs Edwards
Chapter nine, read by Mrs Jezzard
Chapter ten, read by Mrs Holmes
Chapter eleven, read by Mrs Davies
Chapter twelve, read by Mr Clarke
Chapter thirteen,read by Mrs Kirtley-Close
Chapter fourteen, read by Mrs Halcrow
Chapter fifteen, read by Mrs Halcrow
Picture book for the day:
A puppet show retelling of I WAN'T MY HAT BACK! by Little Angel Theatre
Mrs Arnold reads Little Beaver and The Echo
Mrs Band reads The Little Princess: I don't want to comb my hair! By Tony Ross
“You Can Swim, Jim” read by Mrs Arnold (Video now should work!)
Mrs McCraw reads KILLER GORILLA by Jeanne Willis and Tony Ross
Not a story - but a funny movement break with Mr Callard - this is worth a watch and a giggle!