Week Beginning: 8 November
We are so sorry that you can't be in school right now, but it is the best for everyone!
Here is the work for you to do, but only if you feel well enough to do it.
If you are not sure about any of the tasks, please email your class teacher through the <classname>@orchardjunior.com email address and they will respond as soon as they can.
We are using the National Oak Academy, which is a Government funded initiative to support pupils working at home at this time. We have chosen units of work from there website that fit as best as we can hope for. All the lessons have videos to take you through the learning, and many have worksheets or a quiz - look for the dots at the bottom of the screen after you click into a lesson below.
Have a go at this unit if you haven't already had a chance to.
We're carrying on with addition and subtraction, start at lesson 1 or do the next five lessons if you started last week.
For Art, have a go at this art lesson if you didn't manage to last week! Watch the video and have a go yourself with whatever you've got at home!
Start with lesson 1, or wherever you got to on this unit last week, and do the next five lessons on Chocolate making.
Have a go at this Purple Mash task to do with Programming on Purple Mash.
In Art, we're looking at the famous Victorian painter, William Morris.
Work through the ideas on this video.
We're using a classic story this week (if you didn't get the chance to do the unit last week) on "Goodnight Mr Tom".
We're carrying on with Fractions work this week. Start at lesson 1 or wherever you got up to last week and do the next five lessons in this unit.
Watch the link, then maybe have a go yourself at making something that is unusual that you might have had to try during rationing to see if you'd like it!
In History, we're looking at the role the New Forest Airfields took in the Second World War. Watch this video and think about how history has taken place locally.