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Suggested Timetable

As we all know, children thrive on routine and will be greatly be missing this aspect of school at the moment.  We have therefore put together a 'suggested' timetable for the children, which follows similar routines as the structure of our day in school.  The timings are just a guide for the duration of the task rather than a specific time to complete it as we appreciate flexibility is necessary in the current climate.

 

There are also hyperlinks which will take you directly to the video or activity for that lesson.

                              Year 5 Timetable for W.B. 22nd February 2021

 

9.00

– 9.30

 

 

9.45– 10.45

10.45 – 11.00

 

11.00 – 12.00

12.00 – 13.00

 

13.00 – 14.00

 

14.00 – 14.30

 

2.30 – 3.30

 

Monday

 

 

PE with Joe Link

B

MATHS

Monday Link

B

ENGLISH

Monday Link

L

SCIENCE

Science Link
 

B

Story Time

 

Story Link

 

Tuesday

 

 

Handwriting Link

Eco

Link

 

R

MATHS

Tuesday Link

R

ENGLISH

Tuesday Link

U

GEOGRAPHY

Geography Link

R

Story Time

 

Story Link

 

Wednesday

 

 

PE with Joe Link

E

MATHS

Wednesday Link

E

SPaG

Wednesday Link

N

RE

RE Link

 

RSE

RSE Lesson Link

E

Story Time

 

Story Link

 

Thursday

 

 

Handwriting Link

 

Eco

Link

A

MATHS

Thursday Link

A

ENGLISH

Thursday Link

C

COMPUTING

Computing Link

A

Story Time

 

Story Link

 

Friday

 

 

PE with Joe Link

K

MATHS

Friday Link

K

ENGLISH

Friday Link

 

H

FRENCH

French Link

 

MUSIC

Music Link

K

Story Time

 

Story Link

As you know it is extremely important that we look after our mental health right now.  This isolation diary booklet for children will help nurture wellbeing. 

 

There are 10 daily challenges but these don’t take long to do. It is a matter of doing a bit of colouring, writing a word or number. If they can’t do them all then that is fine but the more they do the more likely they will be fully occupied on nurturing their wellbeing.

 

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