In this section you can find some extra ideas or tasks, just in case you finish the work that has been set for the day. You might like to choose one activity to look at if you have some spare time and want to push yourself.
Talk4Writing ResourcesTalk4Writing have provided a series of units of work to help you with your writing. If you would like to do some extra writing, these are brilliant, detailed units to work through. You will probably need an adult to help get you up and running, but they can lead to some excellent final pieces of writing.
Spelling ShedVisit this website to practise your spellings for this week, or to choose some alternative spellings to learn.
MyMathsYou can head here to complete any tasks that have been set. Alternatively, visit the 'Library' section of the website to choose an area of maths to practise that you think would be useful to have another look at.
Learn about HinduismThis half-term, Yew Class will be learning all about Hinduism. We will be using the website throughout, but you might want to visit here to re-watch some videos or learn a bit more.
Draw with RobMr Bond's favourite website! Have a look on here to find step-by-step guidance on how to draw a range of different pictures, alongside children's author Rob Biddulph.
A Song and a SceneIf you are missing singing and acting at the moment, the company who we use for our Year 6 productions have kindly supplied scripts and music (for free!) for a range of their plays. Feel free to involve the whole family and perform a scene from Pantastic, Sherlock and Cinders or many more!
Art for EducationIf you are feeling arty, here are 27 different ideas you might want to try! A real range of different tasks, all geared around things you might be able to find at home.
Tate KidsThe Tate galleries invite you to visit their website, learning about different artists, techniques and mediums. There are a range of activities, games, videos and skills to look at and learn from.
CBBC iPlayerFrom 9am each day, CBBC will be hosting a series of educational programmes, hosted by TV presenters and a wide range of Celebrity Supply Teachers, such as Marcus Rashford, Heston Blumenthal, Gary Lineker and Ricky Wilson.
TTRockstarsHere you can practise your times tables, competing against other members of your class and school.
Taste Kitchen ChallengeAldi and Team GB are challenging young people aged 5–14 to get creative and design an original recipe, inspired by Team GB. Enter from home or school for the chance to receive a host of exciting prizes and see your dish join Aldi’s online collection of Taste Kitchen recipes – featuring on both the Aldi and Get Set to Eat Fresh websites. What's more, one overall winner – selected by Aldi Athlete Ambassadors – will receive a piece of exclusive Team GB Tokyo 2020 signed merchandise and have their recipe showcased in print, with a dedicated page spread of an Aldi leaflet! Entries must be received by Friday 12 February 2021.
STEM ActivitiesOn this page you can choose from a range of activities involving Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM). They say which age group they are aimed at, so please choose carefully. There are some excellent activities and learning to be completed here.
Minecraft: Education EditionMinecraft have launched a platform to teach children how to use coding to problem solve and learn. Some of these activities may need some support from adults.
Oak National LibraryEvery week a popular children's author or illustrator will provide you with free books, exclusive videos and their top three recommended reads.
Virtual ToursAre you missing class trips? Or fancy visiting somewhere you've never been before? This website allows you to go on a virtual tour of Longleat, the International Space Station, the Great Barrier Reef and many more! There are some fun activities, quizzes and challenges to complete once you have taken your virtual tour.