Wonderful Wolves' Home Learning Thursday 11th June 2020

Date: 11th Jun 2020 @ 6:30am

https://www.langleymillinfantschool.co.uk/uploads/517/files/Capture.PNG Thursday 11th June 2020

Home Learning Tasks for The Wonderful Wolves

Good Morning, as you go about your learning today I want you to remember the quote below.


Phonics / GPS

In phonics this week we have looked at the /j/ sound. The spellings we have looked at are “j, g, ge and dge

Can you sort these /oo/ words into real and alien words?


I have uploaded some Julia Donaldson posters to the files sections of the class page of the school website. These are some wonderful illustrations of ways to stay safe with what we are all currently facing. Can you create your own poster using your favourite book character?

Collective Worship

Our Collective Worship value for today is SERVE.

Today we are going to think about a spy called Frank Foley. Before we learn about him, draw a quick picture of what you think a spy should look like.

Frank Foley, was a spy but he looked like an ordinary person and this is why he was so good at his job as a spy and he ended up saving thousands of lives. Frank looked out for people who were different from himself and helped the escape from danger, by doing this he was putting himself in danger. Frank helped 10,000 Jews escape from Germany before World War 2.

Frank did something extraordinary to serve others including putting himself in danger. During this strange time, we are all currently helping to serve others by staying indoors as much as possible to help stop coronavirus from spreading. During today I would like you to think about what else you can do to help serve the people in your house. How can you do something to make things just a little bit easier for them.

Frank Foley: The mild-mannered British spy who defied Hitler and ...



Can you think of your own exciting game to play this playtime?



The video for today can be found at https://vimeo.com/425797885  it should be entitled “Week 7 - Alternative Lesson 4 - Tens and ones". Enjoy watching the video, if at any point you do not understand feel free to watch the video again or pause it to ask your grown-ups for help. Then use your blue book to record the answers to the questions in the activity section. The activity sheet and answers can be found in the files section of the class page on the school website.



Can you help the grown-up at home make your dinner? You may want to make your own sandwich or if you are having hot dinner you may ask what jobs you can help with.

Huge bag of worries.

Today I would like you to listen to this story.


With things the way they are at the moment we all have so many worries that can sometimes feel very scary. This book is a wonderful way of looking at them, Today I would like you to create your own bag of worries. You could draw a bag into your books and draw or write your worries inside or you could get a real bag and make the worries to go inside.




A few months ago in school, we read and did work all about the story “We’re going on a Lion Hunt.” Mrs Clarke has said that her son’s favourite story is “We’re going on a bear hunt”. Today for storytime I have found you an online version of this story to listen to, maybe you could add your own actions like we did in school.