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Welcome To Wistow School's Home Learning Page

Welcome to Wistow School’s Home Learning page. This is a zone that parents and children can access in order to work in partnership with school, in order to continue to learn and thrive, whilst our school is closed due to the Coronavirus.

 

As a teaching team, we will endeavour to provide the children with work, spellings, arithmetic homework and projects to keep the children on track with their learning. We need you, as the parents, to work with us in supporting your child when needed and to encourage them to complete the work set.

 

Each class will have their own page, which will be updated and have a timetable for the week’s learning ahead. Learning time is invaluable and this is why we have put together the resources for you and your child/ren to access.

Suggested Timetable For Home Learning

As a staff, we have put together a timetable of what the day could look like for your child’s learning. Routine is good, as it will keep the children focused and they know what is expected of them.

 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

9am

Guided

 Reading

Guided Reading

Guided Reading

Guided Reading

Guided Reading

9.30 – 10.30

English

English

English

English

English

10.30 – 10.45

Snack time

and stretch

your legs

Snack time and stretch your legs

Snack time

and stretch your legs

Snack time and stretch your legs

Snack time and stretch your legs

10.45 – 11.40

Maths

Maths

Maths

Maths

Maths

11.40 – 12pm

Mathletics

Mathletics

Mathletics

Mathletics

Mathletics

12 – 1

Lunch time and get some fresh air

Lunch time and get some fresh air

Lunch time and get some fresh air

Lunch time and get some fresh air

Lunch time and get some fresh air

1 – 1.20

Practise Spellings/ Times

Tables

Practise Spellings/ Times Tables

Practise Spellings/ Times

Tables

Practise Spellings/

Times Tables

Practise Spellings/

Times Tables

1.20 – 3pm

Topic Time

PE

Do something active

Music

Learn a new song – write their own.

Topic Time

Life Skills

Why not teach your child some simple skills, how to sew a button, chores.

Topic Time

We completely understand that if your child falls ill or yourself there may be gaps in the children’s work, but please do all you can, when you can.

 

Please also understand that whilst we will endeavour to upload on a regular basis, there may be reasons that prevent this. If this were to happen, we will direct you to other online resources to support you over the period where school remains closed.

Guess Who Quiz

 

Can you guess who is who from their school photo? Have a look at these pictures of Wistow staff when they were your age and see if you can work out who is who! Good luck! 

 

Unbelievably, we were your age once upon a time!

I Can See Clearly Now - a message to our children

Just a little something from everyone at Wistow School to say hello to you all. We hope you are all staying safe and we hope to see you all very soon!

A Book About Coronavirus For Children

Young Voices - Power in Me Challenge - Tuesday 2 June at 2:30pm

Here is the link to YouTube and the Young Voices Power in Me Challenge.
If you start watching the clip from about 2:15pm, it includes some warming up with the YV Team and will mean that we're all ready to sing the live Power in Me Challenge (at the end of the clip) at 2:30pm.
Wherever you are, sing loud and sing proud and don't forget to send us some clips of you singing, so that we can see how all our Songbirds got on!
Good Luck Everyone!

Power In Me Performance Video 2nd June 2020

Here is the Performance video for families and schools singing along in around the world! Don't for get to share your videos, photos and stories with us and ...

Let's Celebrate The 75th Anniversary of VE Day!

Dancing is a great way to keep fit and healthy and in the 1940s, people loved to dance, as it was a super way for people to come together and forget about the troubles of war. Mrs Cox and her parents have put together a couple of short videos for you to enjoy. Why not have a go yourself?

Celebrating the 75th Anniversary of VE Day!

Seen as we can't celebrate the 75th anniversary of VE day and the end of World War 2 together, Mrs Cox has put together a short video of a 1940's dance for y...

1940s Jive Swing

Mr Mrs White demonstrating a Jive Swing Dance for you all to enjoy.

VE DAY CHALLENGE

To commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE day, we set a creative challenge for our pupils.

We asked pupils to design a medal to celebrate and remember all the brave people, who were part of World War 2, and sacrificed their lives and other things for us to be here today. Take a look at our gallery, full of amazing creations - well done pupils of Wistow, you have risen to the challenge and we shall remember them.

OUR SCHOOL: Together & Apart 

As you know, we have collective worship together daily in school and this is a time when we all come together and learn lessons from the Bible and learn about Christian values, as well as lots of interesting things including other people's faiths and life lessons. It is a time where we also celebrate the children's achievements and take time to enjoy being together as one whole school. The diocese have put together some faith activities for us to share with you, to support you at home and they aim to be:

 

  • Inclusive: something that children and members of the household of all faiths or of none are able to join in with  
  • Inspirational: a time in the day to think about the big questions; an opportunity to support spiritual development, a time to ‘feed’ their inner being. 
  • Invitational: written so that both children and members of their household are invited to pray, think, or reflect, it is their choice how they respond.  

 

We want to make it clear to parents and carers that this is not meant to be extra work, when you all may already be feeling overwhelmed – and hope that these resources may ‘reach the parts that other activities do not reach’, offering children a sense of normality in the routines they may be missing. 

 

Picture 1

Here is a useful link to resources for children and families provided by

the Diocese of York.

 

Religious Education

 

At Wistow School our Christian values are at the heart of all we do and children take part in weekly RE sessions.  Here are a few links to resources that you may find useful or fun to try at home.

 

 

Song Time!

We will add new songs here for children to listen to and learn. Music lifts the spirits and why not try to learn some of the Makaton ones with them?

The UK Blessing - Churches sing 'The Blessing' over the UK

The Blessing UK - At this unique and challenging time in the United Kingdom over 65 churches and movements, representing hundreds of others, have come together. As a church school, we believe in the importance of faith, love, belief and strength and we thought this would be a nice link to share with you, to uplift you all at this challenging time. Take a moment to listen to the UK blessing with choirs from all over the UK. Stay safe

CBeebies Songs - I Can Sing a Rainbow

Join Mr Tumble, sing and sign the colours of the rainbow.

Moana How Far I'll Go

Take a listen to How Far I'll Go from Moana about how far she can go. Remember, we can all be anything we want to be .... we just need to try to be the best we can be!

Disney's Moana-How far i'll go- Makaton sign language

Time to learn 'How Far I'll Go' in Makaton! Good luck!

Hosanna Rock

Listen and learn this great praise song called 'Hosanna' and I am sure you will be able to do the actions too!

Young Voices Live Broadcast

Our first YV at Home Live broadcast - sing along with Craig. You can find the lyrics below.

Singing Together - Lyrics

Why Not Make A Time Capsule?

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