Hello Spetses and Zakynthos,
We hope you are keeping well and safe. Please continue to access the sites and links online to help you with your learning at home. Well done for completing your activities and working hard! Keep it up! : )
You can find this week’s daily learning activities below.
In Numeracy you will practise generating multiplication and division facts from known tables facts. Multiply by 4 (doubling twice) and by 10 to ‘scale up’ recipes. Divide by 4 (halving twice) and by 10 to make scale drawings. Investigate totals within rectangles drawn on calendars.And knowledge of inverse operations is used to solve puzzles.
In Literacy you will be listening to a reading a classic Greek myth, Icarus; make responses to the text; sequence and retell the story orally. Re-read a Greek myth to develop familiarity with its themes and characters; compare two versions of a story; write a fictional diary entry. Begin reading a more demanding version of a Greek myth; read and note the key features of instructions; write a set of instructions. Finish reading a more demanding version of a Greek myth; offer opinions about different versions of a Greek myth. Read a classic poem, ‘Hope is the thing with feathers’; answer questions about the poem; write in response to the themes and ideas of the poem.
The home learning project is to research your class island and create a poster, fact file or something imaginative about Ithaca or Symi. Date due: 4.9.2020. You may wish to include the following facts:
Here is an over the summer home learning/school learning competition organised by the 100 Great Black Britons campaign. Feel free to enter, it is optional!
Dear Children,we know the school year did not go as planned, but we hope you have made and are continuing to make the most out of it. Use this time to explore your imagination, creativity and spend time with your loved ones. Have an amazing Summer Break and look after yourselves!
Miss Appiagyei and Ms Young