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Class 8- Mr McDougall (@Class8SummerLa1)

Hello everyone, in class 8 we are fully aware that we are going through an unusual time. As you are aware, school will now be closed to most children, but will remain open to children of workers key to the current situation (as outlined by the government).We would like to give you a few things to do to keep you busy and engaged in learning. Here is a grid for you to try and complete on your own or with your family. There is also a list of educational websites that you could use to continue the learning we have been doing in school. Year 6, you will have your white SATs revision books to follow. Most importantly, find things to do that you enjoy and find fun and keep yourselves safe. A new set of worksheets for Maths and reading comprehension will be uploaded and able to download every Friday, starting from Friday 27th March.

We will miss you lots so would love to hear and see what you have been up to while you are at home. Please remember you can tweet us with anything you have done @SummerLanePS or @Class8SummerLa1  .



Science? Try these sensational STEM activities...

Here is a copy of the timetable we use in Class 8. It may help to follow this timetable to maintain some structure in your days.


Our Recommended Reads

Our Recommended Reads 1

Mr. McDougall recommends "Kensuke's Kingdom." Read the blurbs and make your choice...

You may find the following websites useful for more academic based tasks:


Our WCGR text this term has been "The Hobbit". You can listen to the fantastic audiobook and find comprehension questions by using the following links: 



Enjoy a classic children's novel at: www.researchify.co.uk/audiobooks.html

Enjoy a short story at: https://stories.audible.com/discovery


Practise English skills at: https://www.usingenglish.com/quizzes/

Practise Maths skills at: https://www.math10.com/en/tests/



Other websites you may find useful are:




https://www.twinkl.co.uk/ use the code: UKTWINKLHELPS





Use these "IT" statements to deepen your thinking about Maths.

Use these "IT" statements to deepen your thinking about Maths. 1

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