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Computing

You can download the freely available programs below but be careful you only download what you want and not extra pieces of software.

scratch logo
kodu logo
Google chrome
Google sketchup logo
pivot animator
blockly
SMART rules

Develop your app on the Mayans/Aztecs using your Appshed account. This is a helpsheet to get you started and some video tutorials too. 

Try these coding activities.

If you want to use Scratch online click here. (You will need to create an account to save your work though)

Maths

Useful parent toolkit
Maths skills
Maths games
Maths video explanations
Maths is fun
Maths quizzes
More Maths games
Metric video
Maths chase

Times tables tricks

English

Looking for recommended books to read? Have a look at these: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/lists/50-books-all-kids-should-read-before-theyre-12

Free educational apps, games and website: https://www.commonsensemedia.org/lists/free-educational-apps-games-and-websites

Log in to Writing Legends for more writing activities: https://www.writinglegends.com/

Grammar, spelling and punctuation games
Literacy games
Spelling fun
Phonics play
Galactic phonics

Bullfighting links:

1. CBBC links:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/cbbcnews/hi/find_out/guides/animals/bullfighting/newsid_3659000/3659890.stm

Links to interesting info and opinions for and against on CBBC:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/cbbcnews/hi/static/find_out/specials/newsround_extra/2004/bullfighting/html/default.stm

2. An actual bullfight, edited – 10 mins long
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GAp7Nj9r0Cg

3. Info on bullfighting
http://encyclopedia.kids.net.au/page/bu/Bullfighting

News article from UN stating that children should not take part or attend a bullfight
http://www.onegreenplanet.org/news/un-declares-bullfighting-goes-against-childrens-rights/

PSHE

Anti bullying week

When we talk about bullying we mean:

‘Deliberate, hurtful behaviour, which is repeated over a period of time, where it is difficult for those being bullied to defend themselves.’

Bullying can take many forms, for example:

  • Verbal: being called names, nasty comments or making personal threats.
  • Physical: being hit, kicked, poked, punched, pushed, having belongings stolen or destroyed, or being forced to do unwanted things in front of others.
  • Indirect: excluding someone from friendship groups or activities, gossiping or spreading rumours.
  • Cyber-bullying: sending threatening or intimidating comments via: email, text messages, or social networking sites such as Facebook.

In order to make your school and where you live an even safer place to be, we need to know your opinions and experiences of bullying behaviour.

Remember:

  • What you tell us is really important and we value your feedback.
  • The information you provide will be kept confidential - no one that takes part in the survey can be identified.
  • You don’t have to answer all of the questions if you don’t want to. But to get the most accurate picture of bullying we hope you answer as many as you can.

Friday, 20th November 2015

Click on the link below and complete the survey:

https://consultation.eastsussex.gov.uk/childrens-services/ae6f86a2

Learning our times tables up to 12 

timestable fishy game
spitfire timestable game button
grid tables game
busy bee timestable game
3xtablegame
4xtable game
6xtable game
8xtble game

Spanish

Practise your Spanish at Duolingo, you don't need to sign up or register.
Sing along to Rockalingua: Numbers, other songs
Telling the time
Listen, repeat and learn Spanish vocabulary.

Create your own Spanish Voki, similar to the one on the Home Learning page. Choose the Spanish, Mexican voice you want, then copy the link when done and email it to us, so we can share it. Here are some possible questions and answers you could include but feel free to adapt and try Google translate. Have fun!

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