TO NOTE: YEAR 6 DIRECT YOURSELF TO MRS BAWANY'S PAGE SACHAR TO ACCESS ANY WORK THIS ALSO INCLUDES PURPLE MASH WORK
Welcome back to another week of fun learning
This week from 6th July to 12th July is VIRTUAL SPORTS WEEK
PLEASE CHECK THE MAIN PAGE AND GO TO CHILDREN SECTION WHERE YOU CAN SEE MORE INFORMATION ABOUT SPORTS WEEK
THE LINK BELOW HAS BEEN ADDED TO TAKE YOU DIRECT TO THE PAGE!
AND LETS NOT FORGET...
There are home learning packs available each week, these can be collected from the office every Friday.
There is new weekly learning, please check weekly star at the bottom of the page
All children at Greenfield have access to Purple Mash. Your child's teacher will set work on here, every week. Check your child's home page for work that has been set.
Otherwise, there are 1000s of fun resources for your child to explore on here, for all curriculum areas. Please scroll down below to look for work to each specific subject.
Year 5 and 6 Summer Topic project
Mrs Sanson has set some art activities for you to do at home. Have a go and share your work
Being inside and not doing P.E, sounds difficult but it's not. It doesn't matter if there is no equipment. With these great ideas, you can stay active at home. Children need 60 minutes of being active, this is not only for your fitness but to help with your brain power too!
Some other great ideas for staying active at home
Here are some great wesbites for extra learning in maths
Here are some fantastic websites which you can access for grammar, reading and writing.
Some great informative websites for children to continue to learn more about WW2 and to help with their research project for their class learning pack that was given on 17th March
All children have been given their own account details to Scratch
To help your child understand about what is going on with the Coronovirus outbreak
Finally, if your child is worried about what is going on around them about the Coronovirus pandemic
A nurse has written a book to help children feeling worried about the Coronovirus outbreak.
Molly Watts, an intensive care nurse at Southampton Children's Hospital, wrote the online picture book Dave the Dog is worried about the Coronovirus after a night shift.