Navigation
Home Page

Friday 19th June 2020

Daily Reading- 19.06.2020

Time to read today- think of all of the useful resources we have for reading...

In addition, your last '60 second read' of the week is below- good luck Eagles!

 

Prodigy Maths- 19.06.2020

The children we have at school have been looking really forward to today! They know it's a Prodigy Friday! Have a try at the game in order to develop your Maths skills. I will be changing the skills you are learning and developing now on a weekly basis...

Maths Learning- 19.06.2020

Friday 'Funday Maths'- Length and Perimeter

This week, we have learnt about 'length and perimeter'. We have looked at how to add and subtract lengths in different measurements and how we can then measure and calculate the perimeter of different objects. So today, for our Maths challenges, our questions will centre around that theme- White Rose Maths did not have their challenges up in time for my liking, so I am going to try to provide activities which the children can engage in based around that theme...

Good luck all- any photographs greatly appreciated- click the image above to watch your first video and then you are well away...

 

Eagles Sportshall Home Pentathlon

Combine PE with Maths today if you can and take part in our Pentathlon challenges. Lots of videos to be had plus it will get you measuring the length of a certain area...

The videos are below- record your results and see how you get on in our virtual challenge...

English Learning- 19.06.2020

Ending, Editing and Evaluating (The Three E's)...

I love this picture for thinking about my story ending. I want to leave the reader engaged, thinking but at the same time, I want them to be peaceful that this story has concluded, particularly for a children's story. So here is my ending attempt...

 

Chloe continued to weep and weep and weep. Yet she continued to say all of the qualities she loved about her friend; how much she would truly miss her if she remained small for such a long time. Chloe, whilst crying, was also anxious that she might never get back home- what would her Mum say if she never returned?

 

Worried, with an element of fear in her head, she opened her eyes and was astonished. Just moments ago, standing in right in front of her, was her best friend. She was the size of a pea- if you would have blinked you would have missed her. However now, her friend had returned to her original size- Chloe could not believe what she had witnessed. She started to think to herself 'Was this a dream?'

 

But Katie spoke 'I'm free! I am not small anymore! Chloe- you saved me...' At that moment, they embraced and hugged so tightly that they were like two balloons about to burst. They both knew though that, whilst they were excited to be back together again, Mum would be waiting. Would the hole even still be there?


Without a seconds thought, the girls ran and ran as fast as their legs could carry them back to the hole they had both fallen through. Gasping for breath, they fell back through the hole and arrived, in a split second, to Katie's Mum calling the girls in for dinner. It was like time had stopped, not even a minute had passed. Was the hole really a magic portal? What if the girls had been stuck there for an even longer period of time?


At that moment, they both looked at each other and smiled.

'Perhaps we should work together next time,' Katie chuckled.

Dinner sounded good to both of them, as Chloe chased Katie towards the safety of the house... 

 

So that is all of my story there- or is it? What I am now going to do is proofread, edit and evaluate my story before I send it in- it would be lovely to read some of them! Use the resources below to help you with this and the remainder of todays lesson...

 

Next week, we will be continuing our focus of Anthony Browne- you have a good understanding of 'The Tunnel' I imagine now, so we will begin to have a look at his other literary works. If you want to read it one last time, here it is...

 


Top