# Remote Learning

Welcome to our remote learning section on our school website. Here you will find links to any online learning platforms that we use. All of our children will have their logins for each of the websites in their reading diaries. Please contact the school if your child is missing any login details.

##### Remote Learning Documents

**Year 1**

##### GPS

**Spelling Tracker**

**Quizzes**

##### Mathematics

**Mulitiplication and division**

**Fractions**

Measures

Language related to length and height

Language related to mass and weight

**Quizzes**

##### Reading

**Comprehension (Retrieval)**

**Comprehension (Prediction)**

##### Science

**Seasonal changes**

##### Writing

**Child as a writer**

**Composition**

**Grammar and punctuation**

**Year 2**

##### GPS

##### Mathematics

**Multiplication and division**

Mathematical statements for multiplication

Mathematical statements for division

**Fractions**

**Measures**

**Quizzes**

##### Reading

##### Science

##### Writing

**Child as a writer**

**Compostition**

**Grammar and punctuation**

**Year 3**

##### GPS

##### Mathematics

**Multiplication and Division**

Use multiplication and division facts for the 2, 5 and 10 times tables

Multiplication and division facts for the 3 times table

Write mathematical statements for known multiplication and division facts

**Fractions**

Find a half, quarter or three quarters of a shape or set of objects

Find a third of a shape and set of objects

Find one tenth of a shape or set of objects by dividing by 10

**Money**

Add amounts of money within £1 and extend beyond £1

Subtract an amount of money within £1 and extend to beyond £1

Combine amounts and calculate change

**Recall Cards**

Quick-fire recall cards teacher guidance

##### Reading

**R1**

Use a dictionary to check the meaning of words they have read – Test 1

Use a dictionary to check the meaning of words they have read – Therapy

**R2**

Recognise an increasing range of punctuation – Test 1

**R3**

Understanding of main points with reference to the text

Identify, select and highlight key words in a sentence to answer recall questions – Test 1

Identify the key features of different texts types – Test 1

**R4**

Summarise the main points from a passage or a text – Test 1

Make inferences about characters’ actions in a story based upon evidence from the text

Make inferences about characters’ actions in a story based upon evidence from the text – Test 1

**R5**

Discuss word meanings, linking new meanings to those they already know – Test 1

##### Writing

**W2**

Use precisely chosen adjectives to describe people, objects and settingsGenerate ideas – Test 1

Use adverbs to qualify verbs – Test 1

Use pronouns to avoid repetition – Test 1

**W3**

Use accurately to separate items in a list

Use commas accurately to separate items in a list – Test 1

Indicate possession by using the possesive apostrophe for singular nouns

Indicate possession by using the possessive apostrophe for singular nouns – Test 1

**W4**

Orally compose a cohesive text and make appropriate use of planning tools to organise their ideas

Some detail in writing adds interest, humour, suspense or surprise – Test 1

**Year 4**

##### GPS

##### Mathematics

**Multiplication and Division**

Use multiplication and division facts for the 3, 4 and 8 times tables

Use multiplication and division facts for all the times tables

Multiply 2-digit and 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers using short multiplication

**Fractions**

Order fractions, numbers and measures on a number line and recognise simple equivalence

Show equivalent fractions using diagrams such as a fraction wall or a grid of squares

Find increasingly harder fractions of a set of objects

**Measures**

Convert between metric units of length

Read, write and convert between analogue and digital 12 and 24 hour clocks

##### Reading

**R1**

Similarities and differences between texts structured in different ways – Test 3

**R2**

Uses a range of punctuation to add meaning to what they are reading – Test 3

**R3**

Identify explicit details from the text, showing the section of the text they found the information

**R4**

Summarise the main points from a section of text Test – 3

Make inferences about characters’ actions in a story based on evidence from the text – Test 3

**R5**

Discuss word meanings, based on their existing vocabulary knowledge Test 3

**R6**

Discusses ideas from throughout a text Test 3

Discusses ideas from throughout a text – Therapy

Evaluate the overall quality of a text, as well as the inclusion of specific features – Test 3

##### Writing

Newspaper recounts Vocabulary Mat

**W1**

Generate multiple feasible ideas from a stimulus – Therapy

**W3**

Use full stops, capital letters, exclamation marks and question marks accurately – Test 3

Inverted commas are nearly always in the correct place for simple speech – Therapy

Can indicate possession by using the possesive apostrophe with plural nouns

Can indicate possession by using the possessive apostrophe with plural nouns – Test 3

Apostrophe for omission – Test 3

**W4**

Can confidently compose and rehearse a cohesive text

Can confidently compose and rehearse a cohesive text – Test 3

Can consider the needs of the reader when planning a text

Can consider the needs of the reader when planning a text Therapy – Test 3

**Year 5**

##### GPS

##### Mathematics

**Multiplication and Division**

Can recall and use multiplication and division facts for all of the times tables

Can multiply and divide mentally using known number facts

Can multiply and divide whole numbers and decimals by 10, 100, 1000

**Fractions**

Can compare and order fractions whose denominators are multiples of the same number

Show equivalent fractions using diagrams such as a fraction wall or a grid of squares

Can read and write decimal numbers as fractions

**Measures**

Can convert between different units of metric measures, using place value

Can measure and calculate the area of a rectangle, including a square

##### Reading

**R1**

Gives developed detail in discussion about a range of texts, including personal opinion – Test 1

**R2**

Word reading and decoding – Test 3

Explains how punctuation and sentence construction is used to enhance meaning

Uses knowledge of vocabulary and context to give meaning to new language – Test 3

**R3**

Retrieves key details and some quotations from the text – Test 3

Can identify the text type according to key features – Test 3

**R4**

Can summarise the main points from a whole text

Can prove or disprove simple statements about a character by finding evidence in a text – Test 3

Can empathise with a character’s motives and behaviours – Test 3

**R5**

Explains clearly how vocabulary choices affect meaning in a range of text types – Test 3

Recognises a range of descriptive devices including figurative language – Test 3

##### Writing

**W2**

Uses a wide range of co-ordinating and subordinating conjunctions to develop and extend their ideas

Skills – Test 3 – using conjunctions

Skills – Test 3 – consistent tenses

**W3**

Is confident in using inverted commas to mark speech – Test 3

Skills -Test 3 – commas for lists

**W4**

Can identify the audience, context and purpose for writing

Can identify the audience, context and purpose for writing – Test 2

Includes sufficient detail to engage the reader

Includes sufficient detail to engage the reader – Test 3

**W5**

Balances a range of description, dialogue and action to explain a narrative

Skills – Test 3 – balancing description, dialogue and action

**W7**

Skills – Test 3 – editing for grammar

**Year 6**

##### Mathematics

**M1 Number and Place Value**

M1a Can read, write and order whole numbers up to 10,000,000

M1b Can read, write and order numbers up to 3 decimal places

M1e Can use place value to multiply whole numbers by 10, 100 or 1000

M1g Can use place value to divide whole numbers by 10, 100 or 1000

**M3 Multiplication and Division**

M3b Can use tables and place value with multiples of 10

M3e Can use efficient written methods of multiplication including short and long multiplication

**M4 Solving Numerical Problems**

M4b Can solve multi-step problems choosing appropriate operations

**M5 Fractions**

M5j Can read and write decimal numbers as fractions

##### Reading

**R1 – The child as a reader**

R1f Can compare contrast and evaluate different texts

**R2 – Give and explain the meaning of words in context**

R2b Can find and copy one word group of words – Test 3

R2c Can find words in a text – Test 3

R2d Can explain what words suggest – Test 3

**R3 – Retrieve and record information and identify key details from fiction and non-fiction**

R3b. Can answer who what where why questions Test 3

R3c Can provide developed explanations for key information, events, character actions

R3c Can provide developed explanations – Test 3

R3e Can identify whether statements are fact or opinion – Test 3

R3f Can decide whether statments are true or false – Test 3

**R4 – Summarise main ideas from more than one paragraph**

R4c Can identify key details and use quotes for illustration – Test 1

**R5**

R5a Can search for simple clues – Test 3

R5c can use clues from action, dialogue and description to interpret meaning

R5c Can use clues from action dialogue description – Test 1

R5e Can explain and justify inferences, providing evidence from the text to support reasoning

##### Science

Year 6 Animals inc Humans Follow Me Cards

Year 6 Animals including Humans Multiple Choice

Year 6 Electricity Follow Me Cards

Year 6 Electricity Multiple Choice

Year 6 Evolution and Inheritance Follow Me Cards

Year 6 Evolution and Inheritance Multiple Choice

Year 6 Living things Follow Me Cards

**Mission Impossible**