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Home Learning is given out each Thursday and every child is expected to complete the task and return their book to class on the following Tuesday.

 

Many thanks,

 

Mrs E no

 

Flipped Learning - w/c 10th June

 

SCIENCE!

 

Watch these videos to learn about the heart, the circulatory system and blood ahead of our Science lesson on Thursday afternoon smiley

 

Diolch!

 

Mrs E

 

https://thekidshouldseethis.com/post/87113543632

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Ijuxu2kbuY

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Efh50dxK3k

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZjT3qjxYTro

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xioe5KDKqXQ

 

 

 

 

 

 

Home Learning 16.05.19 Pages 3 & 4 of the Organ Donation Document

What makes muscles grow? - Jeffrey Siegel

WATCH THIS to get a head start on our learning next week!

View full lesson: https://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-makes-muscles-grow-jeffrey-siegel We have over 600 muscles in our bodies that help bind us together, hold us up, and help us move. Your muscles also need your constant attention, because the way you treat them on a daily basis determines whether they will wither or grow.

 

EASTER HOME LEARNING

 

Whilst everyone needs a good rest, ready for their LAST term at Raglan (!), should anyone find themselves at a loose end...

 

ENGLISH

 

Read....read....read!!

 

Regular visits to Spelling Shed.

 

Using your recently honed biographical writing skills, write a biography about a famous person of your choice!

 

MATHS

 

Times tables....times tables...times tables!!

 

Google Corbett Maths 5 a day, for daily practise of Maths skills at Silver, Gold or Platinum level.  The answers are on there too!

 

SCIENCE

 

Get ahead and research our new topic - Inner Space Odyssey.  What knowledge can you bring to the class next term?

 

Hoppy Easter!

 

Mrs E smiley

Homework for the next fortnight - 07.03.19

 

HALF TERM HOME LEARNING Spring Term 1 2019

 

We have agreed (as a school) to work with the Raglan Historical Society to complete a project as part of the Horatio Dorant project. Over half term the children are to complete a research project based on an element of Raglan. Mrs Rowlands has discussed the project with children in collective worship, together with examples of ideas or areas that the children may wish to research. The information can be presented in whichever way they choose.  Children should also prepare to answer questions about their research. Mrs Rowlands understands that a prize will be awarded to a child from each plaza.

 

Please click on the link below to the BBC website, which will help with your research!

 

Pob lwc! smiley

 

07.02.19

 

This week's homework is all about practise!  Practise your Circus Skills ready for the next session - juggling, balancing and spinning!

 

Please also practise your Eisteddfod poem ahead of the House Eisteddfod Competition on 22nd February.

 

Happy practising! 

 

Mrs E  no

Preview of this week's Art! Have a look...get those creative juices flowing!!

Teaching resource: Plant Adaptations

View this video as many times as you like and make notes. For your next Science lesson (Monday) you will need to take on the 'mantle of the expert' in terms of plant adaptation, especially for the tropical rainforest biome. YOU WILL NEED KNOWLEDGE ABOUT PLANT ADAPTATION to succesfully achieve the LO (Learning Outcome) in the Science Lesson!

Another video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zu6p3kdfqwg

Home Learning 24.01.19

 

Thursday 17th January 2019

 

The mood boards were wonderful!  Diolch yn fawr smiley

 

Home Learning this week is to design a short, snappy Welsh game to play in our daily Welsh lessons.  It could be a true or false, a board game, a card game....anything that you can think of which can be played in 15 mins and keeps everyone actively involved.

 

It could be based on our Welsh placemat questions, telling the time in Welsh, colours or clothing, or even the weather for example.

 

I don't mind buying a few props for the game - a bell, or spinner board etc. - but nothing too expensive please!!

 

Work on your own, in 2s or 3s...or more!

 

I look forward to seeing your design ideas next Tuesday.  

 

Mrs E.

 

10th January 2019

 

This week's home learning is to create an inspirational mood board for our new topic of 'Festivals!' which will focus on Central & South America (see examples in the word document below).  We will be looking at aspects of ancient and modern cultures in this part of the world, including art, food and celebrations.  In addition, we will look at the biomes of the area, including rainforests.  Where appropriate, we will also link our Science learning. The idea is for pupils to collate a range of images linked to our learning, which inspire them and spike their curiosity.  The region is steeped in history, with a diverse range of peoples, animals and landforms.  The children should be able to choose a wide range of colourful, vivid images to capture the flavour of Central & South America.  (It may be also useful for them to search 'Latin America' to generate images.)

 

The mood boards can be produced on a double page in their homework books or, if they want to 'go bigger' (!), by all means use a larger size of paper!!

 

I look forward to seeing their colourful and inspiring mood boards!

 

Disfrutar! (Bonus points if you can find out what this means...it's Spanish!)

 

Mrs E :) 

 

 

10th January 2019 Festivals! Central & South American Mood Board

Home Learning - 6th December

Half Term Home Learning

Thursday 11th October 2018

Thursday 13th September 2018

 

Thursday 8th September 2018

 

This week's home learning is to translate 'Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori' and write a sentence about whether or not you agree with it...and why!

 

Home Learning is due back in every Tuesday.

 

Thank you.

 

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