HOME LEARNING HUB MARCH/APRIL/MAY/JUNE/JULY 2020 

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Currently we do not subscribe to either Active Learn, nor Numbots and Timestables Rockstars

OWL is for all year groups.  Stephen has a dedicated site: www.owlfamily.co.uk , a padlet area and a google classroom for years 4-6.

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Classes 4,  5 and 6 can all use the login and password: 4anning for Oxford Owl. 

Top Marks has some great resources to practise maths and english in a fun way.  Busy Things now has new activities for older pupils -check them out.

The London Grid for Learning Showcase also offers some brilliant tasks eg. make a superhero comic.  Remember your special .314  login that we use at school (we shall send all home).

Google Classroom too has specific sections for your class and now has OWL included so be sure to have a good look. Stephen's classroom code is fo5zfeq

And there are even 'nice' revision tasks on Year 6's Bootcamp section.

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Share an audio story on Oxford Owl. You can click on the pink tab 'class login' and the user and password is rhubble for both Nursery and Reception classes.  Busy Things on the London Grid for Learning and Iboard Player have tons of good resources, just persevere with logging in with your child's USO.  We are sending further instructions home with each child.

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UPDATE SUN 22nd -FREEBIE-https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/freeIndex.htm

Oxford Owl for stories to either read or hear. Some interactive play sections for younger years too.  

User and logins for each class:  1edison  2byron  3darwin

Top Marks has some super interactive activities searchable by both keystage and subject.

Crickweb 

Nursery (Potter)
Beatrix Potter may be a familiar name in children’s literature, but what a lot do not know is that she is a notable woman of science as well. Her stories about Peter Rabbit and a lot of other fictional characters she created served as an outlet in her frustration to break into a career in science.
Reception (Hubble)

 

Edwin Hubble was an American astronomer who is known for playing a vital role in the development of extragalactic astronomy. Hubble substantiated the existence of galaxies other than the Milky Way in 1925 at a meeting of the American Astronomical Society. He is widely regarded as the most influential observational cosmologist of the 20th century.
Class 1 (Edison)

 

Thomas Alva Edison is one of the greatest American inventors who held countless patents, majority of them related to electricity and power. While two of his most famous inventions are the incandescent lamp and the phonograph, arguably the most significant invention of Edison is considered to be organized research.

Class 2 (Byron)


 

In Year 2 this term, one of the things we have been learning about are instructions. This is us following instructions and making roasted vegetables. We used a giant marrow that one of our class brought in for show and tell!

Class 3 (Darwin)


 

Charles Darwin is often cited as the greatest biologist in history. His most famous work, On the Origin of Species, explains the theory of evolution by natural selection, providing numerous supporting examples. Darwin believed that all of life on earth had descended from a common ancestor, whose offspring could vary slightly from the original. Successive generations of life took part in a struggle for existence in which the best adapted variations survived to seed new generations. Less well adapted variations became extinct.

Class 4 (Anning)

 

 

Mary Anning has been called by some as the greatest fossillist of the world. She had made her mark in the field of collecting fossils by making several contributions to unearthing Jurassic fossil beds which were marine in nature in Dorset, specifically in Lyme Regis. She is credited as the discoverer of the first ever specimen of Ichthyosaurus that was acknowledged by no less than the Geological Society in London. A famous fossil hunter, Mary Anning’s discoveries were some of the most important geological pieces of all time.

Class 5 (Newton)
 
Isaac Newton is perhaps the greatest physicist who has ever lived. He and Albert Einstein are almost equally matched contenders for this title.

Each of these great scientists produced dramatic and startling transformations in the physical laws we believe our universe obeys, changing the way we understand and relate to the world around us.

Class 6 (Turing)

 

Alan Turing was a man before his time.  This brilliant English code-breaker helped turn the tide of World War II, and was arguably one of the fathers of the entire field of computer science.He was a Renaissance man who studied and made contributions to the philosophical study of the nature of intelligence, to biology and to physics.

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