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Home Learning

Welcome to our Home Learning Zone

From September 2020, this is where your teachers will set activities for you to complete at home, along with helpful videos and guidance to support you with your home learning. We will also have a new blogging zone where you will be able to communicate with your teacher about your learning.

 

In the meantime, this space will be used for general home learning resources that are not year group specific along with Mrs Fisher and Mrs Standing's headteacher blog. 

Music learning

We need to keep making music during this time when we are home. If you do any music making, I would love to see your videos. Please send them to music@wheatley.oxon.sch.uk

 

Here on this page I will give you some ideas and in the video resource I will upload some videos for you to use.

 

You can also join Gareth Malone's Great British Chorus on YouTube and sing together as a family.

As well as joining in the Joe Wick's PE lesson how about starting the day with this song below. It's a YouTube video with backing track and lyrics, fill your house with song and movement. Then click on the PDF document below for more movement challenges.
 Here's a song to remind you all that we are all precious. Let's sing together about how we are all unique and bring something different and wonderful to the world.
I'd love to hear how you got on with the challenges from the pdf, or maybe some answers to questions about yourself? How long is your middle finger? What hobby would you not be able to give up. What I would really like is some videos of your singing. You could video you singing I'm Ok, send it to music@wheatley.oxon.sch.uk

School Blog

We are trialling the use of the Wheatley CE Primary School Blog for the summer term, with Mrs Fisher and Mrs Standing contributing each week so please click on their photograph below to take a look at their latest message. From September, other teachers will be joining the blogging community and pupils will also be able to respond and comment on blog posts. 

 

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