15.06.2020

Hi Post 16,

We hope you have received your Home Learning Pack for this week and will try some of the recipes suggested for lunch!

This week 15th June 2020 – 21st June 2020 is Refugee Week.

Open the link below and watch the video of Leen a Syrian refugee who arrives in Germany.

https://youtu.be/Kve20N4WejU

Thank you for all your hard work and if you think of any questions you want to ask us write them down for when we phone you later this week.

Take care,

The Post 16 team

 

Updates for this week. 

09.06.2020

We hope you had a good weekend and have received your 'Learning Pack' for this week and have found the new Timetable interesting and challenging. If you scroll down you can see we have added some of the new challenges.

To help with practising your times tables please check the link below and sing along/ rap with Numberock and have fun with the 5 times table!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LZAqhF_2vvs  

  1. Timetable
  2. Fix the Sentence LA
  3. Fix the Sentence HA
  4. Alphabet Challenge
  5. Counting in Coins LA
  6. At the Beach Cafe HA
  7. Who has the most money LA
  8. Who has the most money HA
  9. Question card for conversation
  10. Question words

 

03.06.2020

Hello Post 16,

We hope you had a relaxing week and enjoyed the glorious weather.

Remember you still have the Cultural Experience Challenge and worksheets for Mental Health Awareness week on our web page.

We hope you are all keeping busy with the Home Learning packs being sent home.

Keep up the fantastic work and think of any questions you want to ask us or information you wish to tell us when we phone you this week.

Take care,

Post 16 team

 

20.05.2020

Mr Rigby's Challenge

Peter's - Skittles

Mrs Choules Challenge

Carole's - Hug

 

19.05.2020

Hi Post 16,

Just to inform you, this week is Mental Health Awareness Week.  It takes place from 18th -24th May 2020 and the theme is kindness.

Please look at the work and challenges on our learning page and get involved!

Ask for support completing the 7 Day Kindness Calendar.

Photographic evidence is always fantastic to receive.

Keep up the great work you are all doing.

Enjoy the sunshine.

Take care.

Post 16 Team

7 Day Kindness Calendar

Acts of kindness ideas

Blank 7 Day Kindness Calendar

Calm Jars Activity Sheet

Create your own Kindness Cup

Daily Acts of Kindness

https://firstaidchampions.redcross.org.uk/primary/first-aid-skills/burns/

Scroll down page.

Click through the confidence slider to watch the film.

Answer the questions at the end.

https://youtu.be/Qcyc68d6OAk?t=2     Watch this short video clip

Instructions for 7 Day Kindness Calendar

introduction-to-the-red-cross_teaching-activity

Kindness Cup colouring in

Outline of a Person

PowerPoint to work with Outline of Person

why-is-first-aid-important_powerpoint

 

14.5.20

 

Updates for this week.

W/C 18.5.20

We hope you find this week’s timetable both interesting and challenging! Some of the work this week continues to cover the OCR units for this term and will help support your learning for when we return to school:

English: Asking questions and making requests in everyday situations

Maths: Working with money

Life Skills: Following a simple recipe.

Please look at your classes’ webpage and explore the new suggested web links, some are to support subject areas and some you may find of general interest. New links are highlighted in blue.

Within your timetable you will find references to specific resources as follows:

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

2. Website links

3. Favourite foods alphabet challenge

2. Website links

4. Mr Whoops: Spelling Challenge

5. Money

6. Scavenger Hunt

7. Identifying cooking equipment

4. Mr Whoops: Spelling Challenge

8. Asking questions – going to the library

9. Design a T-shirt challenge

10. Talk for a minute

11. Independent Study Pack

12. Mini - missions

The resources can also be viewed or downloaded from the class webpage. We have also added a ‘Supporting home learning routines’ sheet to help you plan your day and please accept the designing a T-shirt challenge – we look forward to seeing your amazing designs.

Don’t forget to click on the links to:

Mr Rigby’s Challenge: A ten-minute workout using just a chair

Mrs Hills Challenge: T Time with Elephants

RESOURCES:

 

Mrs Busby and Mr Tuck will speak to you during the week to see how you are getting on, so prepare some questions or suggestions for when we speak to you. We will also be discussing your progress and all the wonderful things you have achieved this year in the Parent Telephone Consultations.

Don’t forget to SCROLL DOWN the class webpage and investigate the different website links and earlier suggestions if you haven’t managed to view them yet.

1.Timetable

2.Website Links

3.Favourite Foods

4. Mr Whoops Spelling Challenge HA (1)

4.1 Mr Whoops Spelling Challenge LA (1)

5. HA - COMPARING MONEY AMOUNTS

5.1 HA - MAKING TOTALS

5.2 HA - Money Word Problems

5.3 LA - COIN DETECTIVE

5.4 LA - COIN RUBBING

5.5 LA - COINS USED

6. Dictionary challenge - Scavenger Hunt (1)

7. Equipment 1

7.1 Equipment 2

7.2 What Am I 1

7.3 What Am I 2

8. Going to the library

9. Secondary_-_Post_16_T-Shirt_Challenge

9.1 T-Shirt_Templates

 

30.04.2020

Mrs Choules' Art and Craft activities

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=McVpXiSttnU&feature=youtu.be

 

Mr Rigby's Work out

Exercising at Home

 

Mrs Hill's Activity 

The Letter H -Alphabet Word Search

All About Leopards

 

 Additional Information

Seeing Other People Wearing Masks

30.04.2020

Updates for this week.

Week Commencing  04.05.2020

We hope you find this week’s timetable both interesting and challenging! Some of the work this week covers your new OCR units and will help support your learning for when we return to school:

English: Asking questions and making requests in everyday situations

Maths: Working with money

Life Skills: Following a simple recipe.

Please look at your classes’ webpage and explore the new suggested web links, some are to support subject areas and some you may find of general interest – we don’t want you to get bored during your time away from school, so please continue to develop your lifelong learning.

Within your timetable you will find references to specific resources as follows:

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

3. Website links

4. Wartime recipe booklet

5. Name five things game

6. Mr Whoops: Spelling Challenge

7. Rounding numbers

8. Scavenger Hunt

9. Healthy Eating game

6. Mr Whoops: Spelling Challenge

10. Asking questions – making a phone call

11. Independent Study Pack

12. Mini - missions

The resources can also be viewed or downloaded from the class webpage, below. In addition, you will find a Power Point supporting your learning on rounding numbers.

  1. Introduction

  2. Timetable - wc 4.5.20 - Post 16

  3. Website links - ALL learning 4.5.20

  4. Wartime recipe booklet

  5. Name 5 things

  6. Mr Whoops Spelling Challenge LA

6.1 Mr Whoops Spelling Challenge HA

7. Rounding Amounts and Estimating Totals

7.1 Rounding money shopping list

7.2  Rounding to the nearest pound

7.3  How Much Do The Pankcakes Cost? 

7.4  How Much Is The Ice Cream?

7.5  Money word problems

7.6  Rounding to 10 or 20

7.7 Rounding up or down PowerPoint

8. Dictionary Challenge - Scavenger Hunt

9. Healthy Eating and Living Board Game

10. Asking Questions - Making A Phone Call

11. Independent study pack - HA

11.1 Independent study pack - LA 

12. Mini missions

 

 23.04.2020

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Updated 23.04.2020

Hi everyone,

Welcome back after the Easter break we hope you have been keeping well.

New work packs are being prepared and will be sent out to you . In the meantime please look at the updated timetable which includes new tasks and activities for you to complete.

Keep checking the school website for additional tasks/projects.

Remember to keep a diary of all the work you have completed so we can discuss this on your return to school.

Take care,

The Post 16 Team.

Any tasks, resources or homework will be published below when they become available:

Timetable_-20th April_2020_-_Post_16 - 21.04.2020

Family Project 2 - 9.4.2020

All about me - Social media profile - 9.4.2020

Family interview question.1 - 9.4.2020

Family interview questions.2 - 9.4.2020

My family origins - 9.4.2020

My grandparents interview questions - 9.4.2020

 

Hello Heartwood class,

We hope you and your family are well, looking after each other and staying safe. Please remember to be physically and mentally active during your time at home, as well as socially active. Other than remaining sociable within your household, it could be a good time to communicate with friends and extended family by having a telephone/ Facetime conversation or email, I’m sure they would appreciate you being in contact.

We hope you have been steadily working through the learning packs provided, continuing with the learning we have been working on this term and continue to explore the suggested websites to enhance your interests and learning.

For this week we have created a timetable for you to work through, which offers a range of different activities and learning opportunities. Please remember to do what works best for you as a family, at a pace and to an extent you find manageable. We shall continue to update the learning links regularly so please remember to check our website page.

We miss you all very much and look forward to seeing all of the Amazing work you have achieved and your stories when we return to school.

The Post 16 Team

Timetable - Post 16 - 1st April 2020

General

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize

https://www.dkfindout.com/uk/

https://www.nhm.ac.uk/take-part.html

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/ten-pieces

https://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/

http://www.crickweb.co.uk/

http://www.ictgames.com/

https://www.wildlifewatch.org.uk/activity-sheets

https://www.childrensuniversity.manchester.ac.uk/

ENGLISH

http://www.funenglishgames.com/

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/english-games/7-11-years/spelling-and-grammar

http://www.primaryhomeworkhelp.co.uk/literacy/

http://poetryzone.co.uk/

MATHS

https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/category/22/most-popular

https://www.mathplayground.com/math-games.html

http://www.math-exercises-for-kids.com/

Art

https://www.tate.org.uk/kids

http://www.fablevision.com/place/museum/tracingace.html

Food tech

https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/collection/kids-cooking

https://tasty.co/article/melissaharrison/cooking-with-kids

https://www.kidspot.com.au/kitchen/recipes/collections/easy-dinner-recipes

https://www.jamieoliver.com/family/

Science

https://bpes.bp.com/

https://learning-resources.sciencemuseum.org.uk/

RE, PSHE and Citizenship

https://truetube.co.uk 

10. Talk for a minute

11. Independent study pack - HA (1)

11.1 Independent study pack - LA (2)

12. Mini missions 

12.1 Mini missions (1)

Supporting_home_learning_routines_-_Planning_the_day (1)

 

Mrs Choules’ Arts & Crafts Challenge: Making a desk organiser

Link:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gZXnz_WsRkE

 

12.05.2020

Mrs Siksnys Cooking Challenge!

Mrs Siksnys Baking Recipes

 

11.05.2020

Challenge update!

Cultural Experience Challenge x 100

 

W/C 11.05.2020

We hope you find this week’s timetable both interesting and challenging! Some of the work this week continues to cover the OCR units for this term and will help support your learning for when we return to school:

English: Asking questions and making requests in everyday situations

Maths: Working with money

Life Skills: Following a simple recipe.

Please look at your classes’ webpage and explore the new suggested web links, some are to support subject areas and some you may find of general interest. New links are highlighted in blue.

Within your timetable you will find references to specific resources as follows:

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

2. Website links

3. Suggested recipes

2. Website links

4. Mr Whoops: Spelling Challenge

5. Money

6. Scavenger Hunt

7. Storing food

4. Mr Whoops: Spelling Challenge

8. Asking questions – going to the supermarket

9. Making a musical instrument

10. Independent Study Pack

11. Mini - missions

The resources can also be viewed or downloaded from the class webpage. We have also added a ‘Supporting home learning routines’ sheet to help you plan your day.

RESOURCES:

1. Timetable - wc 11.5.20 

2. Website links

3. Cheese omelette

3.1 Jacket Potatoe

3.2 Pizza toast

 4. Mr Whoops Spelling Challenge HA

4.1 Mr Whoops Spelling Challenge LA

5. HA - Addition With Money

5.1 HA - Decimal Problems Involving Money

5.2 HA - Number Bonds And Money

5.3 LA - Number Bonds And Money

5.4 LA - Word Problems

6. Dictionary challenge - Scavenger Hunt

7. Where Food Is Kept - Sorting Activity

7.1 Where in the Fridge Activity Sheet

8. Going To The Supermarket

9. Drum Kit

9.1 Musical instruments

10. Independent study pack - HA (1)

10.1 Independent study pack - LA

11. Mini Missions

Supporting Home Learning Routines - Planning The Day

 

05/05/2020

Hi Heartwood Class,

After our chats on the phone last week discussing our learning area, we all hope you are finding the activities and work helpful and interesting, remember to give us your thoughts, views and suggestions when we speak again.

Thank you for the wonderful photographic evidence demonstrating your life skills at home, keep them coming in!

Friday 8th May is VE Day, have a chat with your parents or contact your grandparents to find out more information.

You can also use this link https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/history-ks2-ve-day/z7xtmfr to watch a short film.

If you fancy a challenge try to replicate a plane or tank from WW11 using resources in your home. Think about recycling items, similar to our robot challenge in Post 16. Then send a photo into the school office of your achievement.

Keep up the wonderful work and learning, we are extremely proud of you all.

Keep safe, take care.

The Post 16 Team.

 

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