Welcome to Arun Class
Teachers - Mrs Litten and Mrs Bennett
We are in Week 12 of home learning and it's the final week before the summer holidays begin. This week we mark The Festival of Archeology so all your learning activities are based on Archaeology
Thank you for the lovely letters from those of you who will be in Arun Class in September. If you haven’t yet completed your letter to your new teacher/s please could you prioritise this over the next week.
Don’t forget to check out the transition tab on the school website. You will see these pages share information about your class next year. We understand that moving into a new class/ year group is exciting but it can also be a little daunting so these pages are designed to help you feel as prepared as you can be!
Don’t forget to check out the summer reading challenge. How many challenges can you complete? We would love to hear how you get on.
Below is the home learning for this week. Please also look at Mark Blick's video "Move with Mark" on the Home Learning page with an idea of a skill you can try. He will be updating his video weekly.
Have a look at the Worship sessions recorded at school.
Mrs Litten has recorded the next section of "The Midnight Gang" and Mrs Bennett is continuing to read "The Ickabog" by J K Rowling. Why not have a listen?
Have a fantastic week Arun class! Please let us know how you are getting on by emailing us at email@example.com or why not send us a letter or a postcard?
Stay safe, keep smiling!
Mrs Litten and Mrs Bennett
Home Learning -w/c 13 July 2020
All teaching staff will be in school this week. Please do share your home learning with us and we will continue to reply to emails and share photos on this page. Replies may, however, take slightly longer as we will be teaching throughout the day.
Things to do:
1) White rose Maths
2) English task grid for Week 12
3) Wider Learning opportunities - this week we link our learning to The Festival of Archeology which is held this week. All your learning activities are based on Archaeology
4) Legacies - Summer 2 set of learning challenges about the Ancient Greeks. Complete one a week.
Don't forget to keep Reading
Now is the perfect time to complete your reading journey. West Sussex Libraries have loaded lots of books online and here is a link to free audio books. There is also more inspiration on the love reading website.
Why not take part in the Summer Reading Challenge?
SumDog we are setting weekly Sumdog spelling, grammar and maths activities so please look out for these.
Our free trial for TT Rockstars has now ended and we will not be renewing the membership. Do look at the Times Tables challenges on Sumdog.
If you need your login for Sumdog, please email us. firstname.lastname@example.org
White Rose Maths - Week 12 - 13 July 2020
Year 3 Worksheets:
year-3 Video Links-
Year 4 Worksheets:
year-4 Video Links
Why not have a go at these maths challenges. How many can you complete?
Arun Class Homework
Please note: we can't mark work but we can give feedback and next steps if asked.
Charlie Hogarth's Star Wars video
Additional ideas and resources
BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons - a range of videos and activities for each year group and subject to complete.
Third Space Year 3 Maths Games pack
Third Space Year 4 Maths Games pack
These are downloadable pdf files for you to save and print.
Oak National Academy has links to year group learning with quizzes and teaching videos across the curriculum.
Joe Wicks is also going live on YouTube every weekday at 9am to become the nation's PE teacher. Follow along with his workouts live to keep active (please ensure you are supervised by an adult while accessing Youtube).
The Sussex School Games is an exciting programme of sport competitions running throughout the summer term, giving children the chance to represent their school team, alongside their friends and family, to be crowned Sussex champions. What it’s about, how it all works, and how to get involved, can be found by clicking below.
We promote staying active and exercising regularly as part of a healthy lifestyle. These include taking brain breaks and remembering to move our bodies. It is important to keep learning active and to include breaks when sitting to keep children engaged and focused on their learning. Remember, we are only expecting the children to be doing home learning activities for a maximum of 2 hours a day.