Thank you to all Jaguars who are able to leave their comments.

It has been good to hear from many of you in the last week and know that you are able to complete most of the work on the blog – and a few of you are even enjoying it!!!! Wow!

Oh! and hope that you weren’t too tricked by the ‘April Fool’ activity!

On to today’s work – remember to do as much as you can, but if some seems too difficult don’t worry. Try to keep your work neat and accurate and think to yourself “Am I making some progress in my learning?” – This is important as you have a lot more responsibility for your own learning now.

Try to complete some of the above and some of the division arithmetic calculations below.

Hope your day goes well and good luck with the work activities.

Tomorrow will be the last set of activities until after the ‘official school holiday’. So we will include some ideas that you might like to do during your break.

Almost forgot some science!!!!!

Hi Jaguars – welcome to April

It’s the first day of a new month April 1st – hope all is well?

The work set today should take around 2 hours. You may also wish to spend time on Zumos, Sumdog and Code.org. Have a great day!

Look forward to seeing all of your work – remember just to do your best – if something is difficult ask for help – Happy April Fools Day

Hello Jaguars!

Try to keep a routine including exercising and completing as much of the work provided for you. Remember you can do your own activities as well as these set for you.

As mentioned yesterday, please keep writing comments on the blog so that we know that you are well and coping with the work. Do not worry if you cannot complete every activity or do not understand something – just do the best that you can do.

Take on the challenge below – these are more difficult – Good Luck!

Best wishes to you – try to remember that you are still officially at school – so you should aim to complete as much work as possible and as carefully as poosible. Keep going!

Hi Jaguars – hope everyone is well?

Monday 30th March 2020

Please try to complete as many of the activities as you can this week. Remember to ask for help from your family if you need it. Remember also that you must take alot of responsibility for your own learning – so good luck!

Please continue to log on to Zumos, Sumdog, Code.org and any other useful sites to help your learning.

Finally, some of you have made comments on the blog saying how well you are getting on, so thank you, but if you haven’t could you please try to leave a short comment, so that we know who is receiving the activivities?

Your work for today should take up to about 2 – 3 hours – you should remember to take breaks – perhaps between each activity. Let us know how things go.

One Week completed! Hope the home-learning as gone well?

Today remember to practice your times tables – perhaps on ‘Sumdog’ or ‘Hit the Button’ Try to spend about 15 minutes on your times tables.

You also have a maths problems sheet which should take no more than about 30 minutes.

In English you need to complete ‘antonyms’ work and ‘comparative conjunctions’ which should take about 40 minutes in total. – once again – Good Luck!

Jaguars – Enjoy your weekend!

Almost a week gone! Hope all is going well!

Thursday 26th March 2020

Remember to exercise and have fun during your time away from school!

Don’t forget Zumos – keep logging on and letting everyone at Herbert Morrison know how you are.

Whilst away from school keep yourselves safe ‘online’

If you wish you could design your own Internet Safety poster.

On to today’s work. Please complete:

Maths/arithmetic

English film comprehension – ‘For the Birds’

Take some time to do some artwork – you can follow the elephant example or do a piece of your own art!

Try to complete as much work as you can in your blue books – remember to ask someone at home if you are unsure about any of the activities – Good Luck!

Keep the good work going Jaguars!

Wednesday 25th March 2020

Hello again, Hope all is well? Good luck with todays work.Along with the work set for you, you can also visit many other sites such as BBC bitesize to support your learning.

We look forward to seeing all of your hard work in your blue books as soon as we can, so keep going!

Today you have some maths, science revision and english. Good Luck!