Week 2 w/b 27th April
We hope you had a great first week and managed to have a go at some of the activities that we prepared for you, as well as enjoying the beautiful sunshine of course!
This week’s activities are listed on the overview sheet, as before.
Maths: There is just one topic per day for Maths this week. Remember most children do the 2-star sheets (1-star is a little easier and 3-star a little harder). You do not need to do all three levels!
Below are some useful video links for this week's maths:
• What are 3D shapes? https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjv39j6/articles/zcsjqty
• What are the properties of 3D shapes? https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zjv39j6/articles/zgqpk2p
Science: This week, we will be looking at the first stage of the plant life cycle, germination. For this, the children will need to plant four sunflower seeds – each to be placed in different conditions – and a single bulb. There is a separate sheet about this on our website. The shopkeepers of the Londis store on the Petworth Road in Chiddingfold have kindly offered to act as the distribution point for the seeds/bulb. They will be there for you to pick up from Monday lunchtime. All you need to do is pop in, give your child’s name and pick up the envelope containing the seeds/bulb. (If you don’t live in the village, we will arrange to deliver them to you.) You will need to provide small pots and some soil in order to get planting. Please let us know if you have any questions about this.
BBC Bitesize has a useful video to accompany this lesson, which is available here, https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zpxnyrd/articles/z2vdjxs
RE: As a school, we are hoping to enter the Spirited Arts Competition this year. As the closing date is in July, we have lots of time to produce some lovely entries. Please do have a look at the full details in the document below and let us know if you are keen to enter and we can help you to get started.
Please continue to share your learning with us via Seesaw, we love seeing what you have been getting up to! As always, we are contactable via Seesaw and e-mail should you need any further help, support or guidance.
Mrs Evans and Mrs Porter