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Thursday 7th May

ENGLISH


Focus: Retrieving information accurately from the text, using inference skills about characterisation and writing in the style of an author.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zdnkd6f


St. Gerard's: I think these are great activities so I am not going to suggest anything else for this today.

MATHS


Y6 Focus: Adding and Subtracting Mixed Numbers

Y6 Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zfp4kmn


Y6+ Focus: Ordering decimal numbers

Y6+ Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zhvq2sg


ordering-decimals.pdf
Y6+ Ordering Decimals Sheet
Ordering-Decimals-2.pdf
Y6+ Ordering Decimals Sheet 2

COMPUTING


Focus: Learn about programming and debugging

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zhdr47h


St. Gerard's: At school you should have done some Scratch programming in Year 5. This is just another form of coding that you might like to try. You can find this at: https://scratch.mit.edu/

Wednesday 6th May

ENGLISH


Focus: Learn how to use relative clauses to add detail to a setting description.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6g98xs


St. Gerard's: These lessons are a great way of remembering the work we did on relative clauses. This information will be useful in your "Abandoned School" writing - you can add a few in there too. I will also add some Grammar Club reminders here later today.


e.g. The paint, which was peeling from the door in delicate curls, was the only splash of colour in the darkness of the corridor

MATHS


Y6 Focus: To add and subtract different types of fractions

Y6 Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z7ty382


Y6+ Focus: The place value of decimals.

Y6+ Focus: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4ktpg8


St. Gerard's: I will add some further materials here later today.

SCIENCE


Y6 Focus: How plants reproduce

Y6 Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zrcpscw


St. Gerard's: I will add further materials here shortly.

How_Seeds_Are_Made.pdf
How Seeds Are Made - Information and Questions
Seed_Dispersal.pdf
Seed Dispersal - Information and Questions

Tuesday 5th May

ENGLISH


Focus: Learn how to use personification in a setting description.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zbd7mfr


St. Gerard's: I think this is a really good activity to link to our Abandoned School work. On the BBC page it gives the example of:

"The rain stomped angrily on the fragile roof like an angry giant." - and I think the rain could feature in your stories - Maybe it could pound down, or stomp down like in the example.


How about the following examples:


The missing tiles on the roof / A toothless grin

The squeal of the rusty gate / A crying child


I also spotted a bit of work on noun-phrases and I will add some grammar revision here for that too!

noun-phrases.pdf
Noun Phrases - Revision

MATHS


Y6 Focus: understand and order fractions with different denominators

Y6 Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zkk6hbk


Y6+ Focus:  Rounding to significant figures and how to estimate.

Y6+ Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zkknf4j


St. Gerard's: Y6 Focus - there is an "ordering fractions" sheet below. When we did this in class, we drew the arrows pointing downwards. If you choose to do this sheet, you could include the arrows in your working out.

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Ordering Fractions.pdf
Y6 Focus: Ordering Fractions

GEOGRAPHY


Y6 Focus: Learn about trade and economic activity including export and import, supply and demand.

Y6 Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zfcnf4j


St. Gerard's: Resources coming soon...

Monday 4th May

ENGLISH


Y6 Focus: How to use and analyse setting descriptions and context.

Y6 Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6py382


St. Gerard's: If you think back to our "Abandoned School" work we have already done a lot on story settings. Use this activity as revision only. If you want to go back to your story and add more description to the corridor from Chapter 3, that would be a good idea.

MATHS


Y6 Focus: To simplify fractions using knowledge of common factors

Y6 Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zkkm6v4


Y6+ Focus: To round decimals and integers to powers of 10

Y6+ Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zkk2xyc


St. Gerards: I will add further resources for this topic later on Monday

equivalent-fractions.pdf
Equivalent Fractions Activity Sheet

HISTORY

 

Y6 Focus:  Learn about ancient Egyptian beliefs and practices

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zdq3gwx


St. Gerard's: I  have added an information sheet about Gods and Goddesses. You could use this to research a poster or information sheet.

Egypt_Gods_And_Goddesses.pdf
Gods and Goddesses

Friday 1st May

ENGLISH


Foucs: Learn how to use and analyse an extract using the novel The London Eye Mystery by Siobhan Dowd. 

The extracts in this lesson will help you consider and explain why the writer chooses specific language.


Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zfx6t39


St. Gerard's: Activity 2 is what we were focussing on in class. It is all about the impact of words on the reader. Consider why the writer has chosen a particular word or phrase. How do they want you to feel?


If you want to find out about the whole book, you can download it for free (with a 30 day free trial from audible) by clicking on the link below:

https://www.audiobooks.co.uk/audiobook/london-eye-mystery/155533

MATHS


Focus: Challenge Day!

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4tc92p

 

St. Gerard's:

 

I absolutely love these challenges - Share them with your parents and try to do as many as you can. The answers are at the bottom of the page though - so no scrolling!


Challenge 5 should be easy for us as we've looked at the angles in teh corners of squares, equilateral triangles and complete turns.... 


Remember some of my rules for solving challenges


1. Draw on the question - it always helps.

2. Add up what you know and take away from the total (missing angles questions)

MUSIC

 

Focus: Learn about duration, tempo and Beethoven

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z682xyc

Thursday 30th April

ENGLISH


Focus: How to use hyphens and dashes

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zmnwjhv


St. Gerard's: I will add some Grammar Club resources here later today


Y6+ Focus: How to spot when a writer changes tense.

Y6+ Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zh222sg


St. Gerard's: Although the BBC describe this as a Year 7 lesson, it is something that we have spent quite a lot of time looking at - especially as some of you change tense (unintentionally) in the middle of your writing! Remember when we did our "Highwayman" writing and I asked you to go from speaking in the present tense to the flashback in the past tense? Well this is all about that. I will add some Grammar Club resources later to jog your memories!


verbs-tenses.pdf
Verbs and Changing Tenses

MATHS


Y6 Focus: how to complete calculations using the correct order of operations

Y6 Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zb48d6f


St. Gerard's: Who could forget the famous BIDMAS video that we found online? I will include a link to that below. There are lots of good videos on youtube about BIDMAS (Sometimes called BODMAS) which you can look at as well. I will add some activities to this page later today.


Y6+ Focus: how to solve two-step equations involving decimals or fractions

Y6+ Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zfh6t39

order.pdf
Y6 Focus: Order of Calculations

RELIGIOUS EDUCATION


Focus: How and why Muslims participate in the month of Ramadan 

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zdgrcqt


St. Gerard's: I will add further information here later today.

Wednesday 29th April

ENGLISH


Focus: how to use bullet points.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zdmc47h


St. Gerard's: We have used bullet points many times - in our recipe, our hotel advert and a our persuasive letters so this should be revision for you - but it is still worth looking at as it will enable you to practice the skill.

MATHS

 

Y6 Focus: Learn how to identify common factors, common multiples and prime numbers

Y6 Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zd8j7nb

 

Y6+ Focus: how to solve two-step equations where the solution is positive

Y6+ Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zvnhpg8

 

St. Gerard's: Y6 Focus Resources Coming Soon

 

St. Gerard's Y6+: This links with our "Number Sequences 2" work from below

Y6+ Focus - Function Machines / Number Sequences

100-Prime.pdf
Year 6 Focus - Prime Numbers
multiples.pdf
Year 6 Focus - Multiples

SCIENCE


Focus: Learn about mixing and dissolving and separation

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zky3bdm


St. Gerard's: Resources Below

Dissolving.pdf
Some work on dissolving

Tuesday 28th April

ENGLISH


Focus: To use commas, brackets and dashes to make your writing clear.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zrdyvk7


St. Gerard's: As yesterday really, the activities above are really great revision, but after you have completed them you should look at your Abandoned School writing - Maybe include a sentence that uses commas for clauses - 


Jack, feeling hopeful, looked at his brother but deep down he knew that there was no way that would change his mind.


or


After what seemed like hours, Freddie heard his brother calling from the darkness.

 

MATHS


Y6 Focus: Learn how to solve short and long multiplication problems.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/znx2mfr


Y6+ Focus:  "like" terms in algebra.

Y6+ Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zjn72sg


St. Gerard's: Although I ask you to use Grid Method for multiplication early in the year, to ensure that you are working out each part correctly, the methods described above are actually much more efficient. We started to look at short multiplication, and I know that many of you were getting quite good at using it in our arithmetic questions - Take a look at all of the unit and practice some questions. I will add some here later in the week.


GEOGRAPHY


Focus: Learn about the seven continents and five oceans of the world and how to map them using a globe and an atlas.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4dxt39


St. Gerard's: We looked at some of this information when we started our World War II topic I really like using Google Earth, and you can find that at the following link: https://www.google.co.uk/intl/en_uk/earth/versions/


Monday 27th April

ENGLISH


Focus: To recap basic punctuation and understand how to use paragraphs effectively.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zhy72sg


St. Gerard's: We still have your Abandoned School writing on the back-burner, and I would advise you all to check through your basic punctuation - in light of this lesson to make sure that you have punctuated your sentences correctly.

 

MATHS


Y6 Focus: Learn how to complete multi-step addition and subtraction calculations.

Y6 Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6ynscw


Y6+ Focus: how to solve algebraic equations.

Y6+ Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zb6tt39


St: Gerard's: The Y6+ Focus for today gets into the nittyt-gritty of the algebra work that we have already looked at in class, but might start getting a bit tricky if yuou can't remember our lessons. In some ways it is like we used to do when we were getting ready for SATS - so the word problems might be easier if you draw pictures to help you think about what is happening in each question.

HISTORY

 

Y6 Focus: Learn about the Ancient Egyptian Civilization.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zbp6t39


Although this is not our History topic, it is really interesting and definitely worth a look!

Friday 24th April

ENGLISH


Focus: To select key pieces of information from a text and evaluate the text 

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zbkbgwx


St. Gerard's:


Activity 1 on the Bitesize page looks at dialogue (speech) - and just like we talked about with our "Abandoned School" writing - the dialogue is designed to tell you about the characters and to move the action forward. I think this would be a good place to start. I also think that Activity 2 is good to look at. It is similar to some of the questions in the Reading Tests from last year and is an interesting way of thinking about how writers use language effectively.


Activity 3 is a writing activity - and I don't think you need to look at that as we will be continuing with your Abandoned School writing later. 


If you want to find out more about the story, it is available for free - if you take out a trial with audible:

https://www.audible.co.uk/pd/To-Be-a-Cat-Audiobook/B007IVYZTG


Matt Haig's website also contains information about the book, and some more sample pages:

http://www.matthaig.com/tobeacat/


MATHS


Focus: Challenge Day!

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zhvx6v4


St. Gerard's:


I absolutely love these challenges - Share them with your parents and try to do as many as you can. I know that Koral has looked at some of these kinds of problems already so this should be right up your street!


I have added a selection of some of my favourite logic problems in the pdf below - definitely worth looking at! I'll put up the answers in about a week...

logic problems.pdf
Logic Problems

WELLBEING


Focus: Learn about the transition from primary to secondary school

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zj2grj6


St. Gerards: 


At the moment the transition arrangements for those pupils moving on to St. Bernard's (or any other secondary schools) are impossible to know. We will work very closely with the staff there to ensure that your move is as smooth as possible. Please talk to your parents about any worries or concerns you have - or get in touch with us by email and we will try  to help if we can. When we know more we will let you know. Remember that children move on to Secondary school every year - it is just another part of your education journey.


You can find the St. Bernard's transition page at:

https://www.sbch.org.uk/welcome-sbcs/transition-the-st-bernards-way/



Thursday 23rd April 2020

ENGLISH


Focus: Learn how to make your writing and descriptive by using adjectives, synonyms and antonyms.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6wthbk


St. Gerard's:  I will include the relevant pages from Grammar Club so that you can go over this learning as well.

Adjectives Sheet.pdf
Adjectives Sheet from Grammar Club
Synonyms_And_Antonyms.pdf
Synonyms and Antonyms from Grammar Club

MATHS


Y6 Focus: Learn about how addition and subtraction can be done in different ways.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6jhpg8


Y6+ Focus: To simplify algebraic expressions involving multiplication and powers.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zffwjhv


St. Gerards:


Y6 Focus - Addition and Subtraction Sheets below. 

I will upload an answer sheet at the end of the week. 

This should be revision for you and you can complete the questions in your yellow book. Remember "Can't Do It YET" from the lessons!


Adding1.pdf
Year 6 Focus - Addition Sheet
Adding2.pdf
Year 6 Focus - (Extension) Addition Sheet - Including Decimals (Money)
Subtraction1.pdf
Year 6 Focus - Subtraction Sheet
revise-addition.pdf
Year 6 Focus - Revise Adding - Problem Solving

Video: Column Addition Revision

MUSIC


Focus: To learn techniques to develop singing with confidence.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zkx3bdm


Wednesday 22nd April 2020

ENGLISH


Focus: To identify and use passive and active verbs

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zbngrj6


St. Gerard's: I will include the relevant pages from Grammar Club so that you can go over this learning as well.

Active Sheets.pdf
Active and Passive Verb Forms from Grammar Club

MATHS


Y6 Focus: Understand the position of negative numbers on a number line, as well as some contexts in which they are used

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zjbk8xs


Y6+ Focus: How to write algebraic notation

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zdqyvk7


St. Gerard's: 


Y6+ Maths: This follows on from the video lesson I prepared below (Number Sequences 2)

Y6 Maths: The sheet below contains some more Negative Number Activities which you can complete in your Yellow Books.

Negative Numbers.pdf
Negative Numbers Sheets

SCIENCE:


Focus: The movement of the Earth, and other planets, relative to the Sun in the solar system.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zk7fy9q


St. Gerard's: This should build on the work you did in Class 4 last year. I have also included a page from our textbook for you which you will find below.


You could complete an information page about the information using the BBC videos and KEY FACTS sections from the textbook. There are some questions that you can answer too. The answers are all in the text. (Note: These texts were written when Pluto was thought to be a full planet. It is now classified as a dwarf planet!)

Earth-Sun-Moon.pdf
Earth, Sun and Moon Sheet
Solar System Facts.pdf
Solar System Facts and Ideas

Tuesday 21st April 2020

ENGLISH


Focus: To understand verbs and modal verbs

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4y492p


St. Gerard's: I will include the relevant pages from Grammar Club so that you can go over this learning as well.

Verbs Sheets.pdf
Verbs Sheets from Grammar Club
Modal Sheets.pdf
Modal Verbs Sheets from Grammar Club

MATHS


Y6 Focus: Learn how to round decimals to the nearest whole number using examples like money and weight.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6g8d6f


Y6+ Focus: The nth term in linear sequences

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zj2pnrd


St. Gerard's: There is a video lesson that I prepared below that links to this. Number Sequences 2. The worksheets that match this are in the archive below.

GEOGRAPHY


Focus: Learn about the different types of settlements including a hamlet, a village, a town and a city.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zrkx6v4


Monday 20th April 2020

ENGLISH

 

Focus: To identify and use nouns and pronouns

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zbv492p


St. Gerard's: I will include the relevant pages from Grammar Club so that you can go over this learning as well.

Nouns Sheets.pdf
Nouns from Grammar Club
pronouns sheet.pdf
Pronouns from Grammar Club

MATHS 


Y6 Focus: Learn to compare, order and round any number. Including rounding numbers to the nearest 10, 100 and 1,000.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zrjx6v4


Y6+ Focus: Linear Sequences. These are number patterns that increase, or decrease, by the same amount each time.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zjsv382


St. Gerard's: There is a video lesson that I prepared below that links to this. Number Sequences 1. The worksheets that match this are in the archive below.

HISTORY


Y6 Focus: Learn about the Ancient Egyptian Civilization.

Link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z4tyvk7


Although this is not our History topic, it is really interesting and definitely worth a look!

Previous Learning Resources / Archive

MATHS

You can find out more about Number Sequences by visiting the BBC Bitesize site HERE

NUMBER SEQUENCES 1 - (Uploaded 22-03-20)


This unit of work was what we were looking at last week so it is probably going to be more like revision for most of you. There are 6 activity sheets to go along with this unit. You can either print the sheets off to fill in, or you can copy the work into your book a page at a time. You will be able to return work to me to look at by attaching your answers to the section in Google Classrom as photographs, but this is not compulsory!

Number Sequences A.pdf
Number Sequences Sheet A
Number Sequences B.pdf
Number Sequences Sheet B
Number Sequences C.pdf
Number Sequences Sheet C
Number Sequences D.pdf
Number Sequences Sheet D
Number Sequences E.pdf
Number Sequences Sheet E
Number Sequences F.pdf
Number Sequences Sheet F

You can try some more missing number problems by visiting this site HERE

NUMBER SEQUENCES 2 - (Uploaded 26/03/20)

 

This unit of work will build on our previous session "Number Sequences 1". It would be easier if you completed the previous unit first. There are several activity sheets to go along with this unit. You can either print the sheets off to fill in, or you can copy the work into your book a page at a time. You will be able to return work to me to look at by attaching your answers to the section in Google Classrom as photographs, but this is not compulsory!

Number Sequences G.pdf
Number Sequences Sheet G
Number Sequences H.pdf
Number Sequences Sheet H
Number Sequences I.pdf
Number Sequences Sheet I
Number Sequences J.pdf
Number Sequences Sheet J
Number Sequences K.pdf
Number Sequences Sheet K (Extension)
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DATA HANDLING - (Uploaded 17/04/20)


This unit of work will involve reading graphs and should be familiar to you. Sometimes you need to start by looking at the horizontal axis first, and sometimes you need to start by looking at the vertical axis.


For example, using the "Channel 9" graph...


Question 1.


How many people are watching at 8 o'clock?


Find 8:00 on the horizontal axis.

Move your finger up the graph until you reach the line.

Move your finger to the left, towards the vertical axis.

When you reach the vertical axis, your finger should be at 11, meaning 11,000 viewers.



Question 11


At what time are 14,000 watching?


Find "14" (meaning 14,000) on the vertical axis

Move your finger horizontally across until you reach the red dot.

Move your finger downwards until you get to the horizontal axis.

When you reach the horizontal axis, your finger should be on 9:00, meaning 9 o'clock.


The document below contains three different graphs for you to look at. You do not need to print off the graphs, but you will need to look at them to answer the questions. Please write your answers in your yellow books.


Data1.pdf
Data Handling 1.

ENGLISH / READING / GRAMMAR

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Stig Of The Dump - (Uploaded 22-03-20)

 

One of the books in the Year 6 Reading Challenge is "Stig Of The Dump". I have included here a comprehension for you to do, based on the first chapter. 


You can write the answers to the questions in the answer box in Google Classroom OR you can upload a photo of your answers to Google Classroom using the paperclip attachment feature - but this is not compulsary.


This document  has slightly more of the opening to the story, which you might like to read so that you can find out what happens next. It also suggests building a den of your own... Sounds like a great plan to me!


If you search on YouTube, you can find the 1980's version that I watched when I was younger - I remember it like it was yesterday! 


"Stig Of The Dump" is also available on AUDIBLE if you start a 30 day free trial. Click HERE.

Stig of the Dump Comprehension Activity.pdf
Stig Of The Dump Comprehension Activity
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Descriptive Story Writing - (Uploaded 26-03-20)


Before we had to close we were thinking about writing Chapter 3 of our descriptive stories about the abandoned school. It doesn't matter where you got up to as I want you to think about what would happen when your characters make it into the building.


What would they say to each other? Remember your speech punctuation.

What would they really be feeling? Remember to include emotions and thoughts.

What would it look like? Remember to describe the setting.

Link it to your opening paragraphs in some way.


I want you to focus on the first 30 seconds inside the corridor - THAT. IS. ALL.... Don't be tempted to rush this work. Go SLOWLY. Include all the ideas and techniques we talked about. 


I expect that this should last one page in your yellow book... No more! Remember that it is like hitting the "pause" button on a video - You STOP to tell your reader all the details.


Remember also NOT to do too much speech. I am looking for a mixture of speech and description, combined with character details and emotions.  You can refresh your memory about writing speech by clicking HERE to visit the BBC Bitesize page.


Oh yes..... No ghosts or supernatural stuff. Your characters can imagine whatever they like, but it must all be REAL!


You can do a draft version first if you like - and send it to me on Google Classroom. I can then give you some advice before you do a final version.


I'll post a WAGOLL in a few days, when you've had chance to think about it for yourself - but for now get thinking. There's a photo to jog your memory and a planning sheet to help!

The Abandoned School - Chapeter 3.pdf
Planning Sheet.
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Tom's  Midnight Garden - (Uploaded 10-04-20)

 

One of the books I really enjoyed reading as a child was "Tom's Midnight Garden" - Strangely, the idea of a boy being quarantined quite appropriate for us today!


You can write the answers to the questions in the answer box in Google Classroom OR you can upload a photo of your answers to Google Classroom using the paperclip attachment feature - but this is not compulsary. If you do send me the answers, please, please, please write in full sentences that include the question in them - just like we do in class. Also - please, please, please check your spellings and grammar (including punctuation!)


This document 

has slightly more of the opening to the story, which you might like to read so that you can find out more about what leads Tom to being sent to live with Aunt Gwen.


If you search on YouTube for "BBC: Tom's Midnight Garden (1989)" you can find the 1980's version that I watched when I was younger.


"Tom's Midnight Garden" is also available on AUDIBLE if you start a 30 day free trial. Click HERE.

Toms_Midnight_Garden.pdf
Tom's Midnight Garden Comprehension

VIDEOS

In this section I will post videos that you might like to watch. They will be related to the work that we have done in class this year. Please note that many of these videos will be hosted on YouTube and do not belong to the school. As always, use caution, and if you see anything you don't like, or that upsets you, tell an adult.

Five Children and It - Episode 1

Five Children and It - Episode 2

Five Children and It - Episode 3

Five Children and It - Episode 4

Five Children and It - Episode 5

Five Children and It - Episode 6

Goodnight Mister Tom

Tom's Midnight Garden - Episode 1

Headteacher: Mrs. B. Baxter (Currently on Maternity Leave)

Acting Head of School: Mrs. D. Hudson 

 

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