Learning Together at Home 21.5.20


Joe Wicks has a great workout everyday at 9am which is saved on his YouTube page to do whenever you like  . . .


Modern Languages Have a look at the NEW Modern Languages grid below. Try to have a go at 3 of the activities on the grid.

Modern Languages 2 Second Level


Spelling – 

Using the Spelling Menu below practise your words for this week. Choose a minimum of 2 more tasks. Remember you may also want to include any words you got wrong in last week’s spelling test.

Spelling Menu

Spelling words 18.5.20

Writing – this task will last for 2 days

Research Inventors/Scientists

Today I would like you to use the links below (and any other resources you have) to research 4 well known scientists/inventors. What important information do you think you will need to know about each of them? Take notes on each and then decide how you would like to present this information. (fact file, PowerPoint, poster, booklet . . . )




LI – we are learning to use our research skills

Success Criteria

  • to read the information and put it in your own words (this can be tricky but make sure you DO NOT copy word for word)
  • make notes
  • present the information in a clear format.

Reading – Proof Reading

Have a look at today’s proof reading task and see if you can up-level and correct the many mistakes on the sheet.

Proof Reading

Proof reading answers


Challenge – https://www.transum.org/software/SW/Starter_of_the_day/starter_May22.asp

Number – 

Following on from yesterday’s Multi step word problems, I would now like you to create 5 of your own. You must know the answer to each of them and should have the working out to prove the answer to anyone else. Post one of your word problems on TEAMS and ask someone to solve it for you. Try and solve one from someone else also. I will be looking out for them!

Thank you to those of you who have already posted multi step word problems – they are fantastic. I would like to see more of these posted on Teams please.

Shape – Perimeter

Following on from yesterday I would like you to create a PROVE IT sheet explaining how you calculate the perimeter of a shape.

Remember a Prove It sheet has an EXPLANATION, EXAMPLE and a QUIZ. You could use an example from yesterday’s sheet if you wish.

I will save all the resources in Teams so if any file does not open have a look for it on Microsoft Teams.

As always any questions . . . just ask!

Miss Fotheringham