As part of ‘Children’s Mental Health Awareness Week’ the children and staff were asked to dress in a way that expressed something about themselves. It could have been in their favourite colour, in a hobby or sports kit or in anything that expressed a part of their life. Can you work out what each picture expresses?
Please use the link below to watch our Acorn Class perform the Nativity with support from the older children of the school. Congratulations, Acorn – this is a lovely performance and a nice way to end the year.
Oak Class have been learning about the Stone Age. As part of the topic, the children designed their own Stone Age houses. They had to think about the materials Stone Age people would have been able to use. The children then made their house using clay, sticks, leaves and moss.
In Oak Class, we have been thinking about all the fruits and vegetables that are grown and need to be harvested.
We have written riddles about fruit and vegetables – can you work out the answer to each riddle? The answers are at the bottom of the page.
|1||I grow on the ground. I usually get put in the fridge. I can be used at Easter. What am I?||Rhys|
|2||I grow in fields. A big machine collects me. I have different stages. What am I?||Bella|
|3||I am round. I am a vegetable. I have layers. I make people cry. What am I?||Matilda|
|4||I am green and orange. I have a least 200 seeds. I have a stem. What am I?||Kevin|
|5||I am white and round. I have lots of layers. I grow on the ground. I have leaves around me. What am I?||Max|
|6||I am green and red. I grow on trees. What am I?||Kimberly|
|7||I am sweet. I am larger than a grape but smaller than a melon. I have a chocolate flavour. I can be put in a bowl. What am I?||Michael|
|8||I am a fruit. I am red. I have small pips. I have a green stalk. I come in flavours of syrup. What am I?||Ben|
|9||I am green and I have seeds. I am a fruit and I have a middle. I grow on a bush. What am I?||Edie|
|10||I am a fruit. I come from a different country. I am juicy and yellow inside. I can be red or green or sometimes yellow. I grow on a tree. What am I?||Halle|
|11||I am a fruit. I grow on the ground. I am green on the outside and red on the inside. What am I?||Riley|
|12||I am sour and fleshy. I can be made into a fizzy drink. My skin is yellow. I am a fruit. What am I?||Angelo|
|13||I am green. I have layers. I am a vegetable? What am I?||Isabella|
|14||I have layers. I have a point. I make you cry. I am from Shrek. What am I?||Quinn|
|15||I am yellow. You have to cut and peel me. I am born with leaves. What am I?||Eireann|
|16||I have spikes on me. I am yellow or orange. Spongebob lives in me. What am I?||Felipe|
|17||I am a vegetable. I am green. I am not very popular to eat. I am tree shaped. What am I?||Rose|
|18||I am a fruit. I am red. I grow on plants. What am I?||Joshie|
|19||I am a fruit. I have layers. I am green and delicious. What am I?||Freddie|
|20||I am big and round. My skin is stripy. I grow on the ground. I am delicious on a hot day. What am I?||Ethan|
|21||I am brown, rough and tough. I am hard to find in shops. What am I?||Esther|
|22||I am massive and green. I grow on the ground. What am I?||Josh|
|23||I am a vegetable. I get water dripping from my ceiling. I look like celery. What am I?||Zach|
|24||I am a fruit. I am red. I grow on a plant. I have seeds on the outside. What am I?||Alfie|
|25||I am a fruit. I can be red or green. I grow on a tree. I can be fresh and juicy. What am I?||Faye|
|26||I am red. I am a fruit. I can be in a sandwich. What am I?||Milan|
|27||I am red. I have seeds on the outside. I grow on the ground. What am I?||Evan|
|28||My first is in wheat but not in carrot. My second is in apple but not in broccoli. My third is in grape but not in peach. My fourth is in guava but not in mango. My fifth is in orange but not in avocado. My sixth is in strawberry but not in cabbage. My seventh is in tomato but not in cauliflower. What am I?||Paige|
- Carrot 2. Wheat 3.Onion 4. Pumpkin 5. Cabbage 6. Apple
7. Orange 8. Strawberry 9. Cucumber 10. Mango 11. Watermelon
12. Lemon 13. Brussel Sprout 14. Onion 15. Pineapple 16. Pineapple
17. Broccoli 18. Tomato 19. Watermelon 20. Watermelon
21. Coconut 22. Watermelon 23. Leek 24. Strawberry 25. Apple
26. Tomato 27. Strawberry 28. Harvest
Please find a link below to a book that has been written specifically for children to help them understand about the coronavirus. It has been illustrated by the Axel Scheffler who illustrates a lot of Julia Donaldson’s book.
Lessons, videos and messages are now being uploaded to the Horspath School home learning site. There is a link on the home page of the school website under the school name and it is also posted below.
On the front page you will find useful links to government advice and guidance whilst we are closed.
On the class pages you will find all the weekly learning resources and videos there as well as messages from your teacher.
On the head teacher page you will find messages, weekly collective worship, weekend riddles and a short story.
Please make sure you refresh the pages regularly to see new items posted.
Dear Year 5 children,
It appears that the links to the adverts in today’s English lesson may not work for some of you and the video of adverts won’t play.
If you cannot access the videos, then have a go at this BBC Bitesize reading lesson instead.
Good morning Oak Class. Here is the rest of chapter 14.
Please use the links below to access this week’s English and maths lessons for year 1 children. For some lessons there are PowerPoint presentations to help teach or explain the concept of the lesson.
There are lots of activities for each day and you are not expected to complete everything; just do what you can. For some lessons there are Mild (easier) or Hot (harder) activities – choose which one you want to do.
You do not have to print out the work just answer the questions or complete the work in your home learning journals. If you have any problems, please email your teacher and they will try to help you or see if there is a tutorial on the internet that might help you.
Don’t forget Mathletics and Times Table Rock Stars.