Y5&6 Highlights from home! (Week 1)

It’s been great to see so many of the Y5&6s keen to continue their learning at home this week, working independently through their timetable of activities. Many children are practising hard on their spellings and we our class is currently in 39th place in the WHOLE WORLD on Spelling Shed! Can we make the top 35 by practising every day from 9:30 – 9:45am? If you all do your bit, you will zoom up the leaderboard!

Here’s a few highlights from this week’s pupil’s activities at home………..

Amy has been busy with separating her mixtures in Science.and also finding time for some forest school and painting activities in her garden.

Science at home

Amy enjoying forest school time

Amy’s outdoor painting

Henry and Bethany have been busy on Spelling Shed after a bit of ‘Joe Wicks’ morning exercise, which Harvey and Nelly are also demonstrating. Harvey has also enjoyed finding time to do some quality digging in the garden. Chloe and Bethany have been catching up on their ‘angles’ maths work whilst Nia and Nelly have been doing the same with fractions, decimals and percentages.

Working at home

Bethany, Nia, Nelly and Chloe hard at work on their maths

Harvey and his workout

Nelly’s morning exercise

Harvey on the digger

Reuben, Zoe, Ruby and Jack have worked really hard on their Famous Five stories.

Reuben’s Famous Five and the Case of the Pathetic Policeman

Zoe – Famous Five story

Ruby’s continuation of her story

Jack Munn – Famous Five and the Case of the Funfair Frenzy

Dante, Henry, Nelly and Amy have been working hard on their Crime and Punishment topic.

Dante hard at work

Amy – Crime and Punishment

Henry – Crime and Punishment

Nelly’s topic work

Isla has been busy cooking in the kitchen as well as keeping an ecosystem diary. Also being creative in the kitchen are Chloe, Bethany, Nelly and Cameron.

Isla’s ecosystem

Isla cooking


Jack, Harvey, Chloe, Zoe, Bethany, Nelly and Dante have been producing some pieces of art work.

Art Work

Reuben has produced a design for a message from Jesus about the Coronavirus pandemic in RE, whilst Amy has created a wonderful prayer from the perspective of Jesus. Nelly and Zoe have also been thinking hard with their messages from Jesus.


Cameron has been following written instructions to construct a new punch bag in his garage and then continuing his physical activity by using it!

Cameron’s new punch bag

Many of the children have been keeping on top of their spellings by asking somebody in their home to give them their weekly spelling test.

Spellings Week 1

Keep it going! You’re doing great!

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