Week Beginning: 10th January 2022
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 - we strongly advise parents to watch this introductory visit so your child can make the most of what's available.
Make a start on this Healthy Eating unit of Literacy. Start at lesson 1 or do the next five if you started last week.
We're moving onto multiplication this term. Start at lesson 1, or wherever you got to last week, and try five lessons.
For Art, have a go at this art lesson about Archimboldo - how to draw faces as food!
Also, as our topic is Strictly Bake Off, try and learn this dance with someone at home!
We're using this unit on "The Borrowers" at the moment. Start at lesson 1, or wherever you got to last week, and do the next five lessons.
It's multiplication and division this week. Start at lesson 1, or wherever you got to last week, and try to do the first five lessons.
In Art, we'll be looking at Ancient Greek Pots. Take a look at this video and see if you can draw one yourself by following the instuctions.
We're starting work on Decimals and Measures this week. Start at lesson 1 or try the next five lessons if you started last week.
In Languages this week, try learning some basic Mandarin as we start our topic on the Shang Dynasty.