Remote Education 2022-2023
Summer Term 2
Summer - Term 1
The BFG - PDF
Disney's The BFG - Official Trailer
Disney's The BFG comes to theaters July 1, 2016! The talents of three of the world's greatest storytellers - Roald Dahl, Walt Disney and Steven Spielberg - finally unite to bring Dahl's beloved classic "The BFG" to life.
Fractions | Maths - Real Life Maths
A group of friends sharing a meal is used to explain fractions, by looking at who ate the most pizza, what fraction of them had fries with their meal and how much cheesecake is left to be shared.
Pulse and Rhythm
Music Masters is leading the way in changing the story of music education. A registered charity founded by Victoria Robey OBE and Professor Itzhak Rashkovsky in 2008, we have spent years pioneering an award-winning approach to music education, making it accessible to all. And when we say all - we mean all.
Is Everest The Tallest Mountain? | BBC Earth Kids
It turns out that where you measure from is really important! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/BBCEarthKidsSub Welcome to BBC Earth Kids, combining fun facts, amazing creatures, your favourite faces and a whole load of cool stuff about our planet.
Eleven-year-old Sara gives us a brief guide to her religion by describing the Five Pillars of Islam, the main rules Muslims try to live by, in this clip from a series exploring young people and faith.
Types of Rocks | BBC Bitesize | science
Fossils , Soil and Rocks ks2
Spring Term 2
Spring Term 1
Life in Roman Britain | The Story of Britain | BBC Teach
An exploration of life in Roman Britain shown through the eyes of a Roman family. Part six of 11-part historical animated series, The Story of Britain.
What is Pop Art? | Tate Kids
What is Pop Art?
Introduction to forces | Primary Science - Terrific Scientific Forces - Live Lesson
Ben Shires, Naomi Wilkinson and Greg Foot investigate different forces using some of the McLaren supercars, and homemade balloon cars.
Volcanoes 101 | National Geographic
About 1,500 active volcanoes can be found around the world. Learn about the major types of volcanoes, the geological process behind eruptions, and where the most destructive volcanic eruption ever witnessed occurred.
Prayer in Islam | Religious Studies - My Life, My Religion: Islam
Twelve-year-old Kaisan demonstrates the Muslim prayer ritual which is performed five times a day in this clip from a series exploring young people and faith.
Food Safety | Design and Technology - Food Preparation and Nutrition
This animation outlines the causes of food poisoning, conditions for bacteria to multiply, and how to make food safe.
Computing - Stop-motion Animation
Presenter Naomi Wilkinson visits an animation studio and shows us how to create our own stop-motion animation. When we enjoy animations, we might not always consider the work that has gone into creating the piece. Animators use drawings, 3D models and everyday objects in their creations and stop-motion is an extremely accessible form of animation, for animators of all abilities and ages.
French - Je peux
Music - Composition
A group of children from Gateshead try to produce a piece of music inspired by the Tyne Bridge, in this clip from a series inspiring young people to try composition.
Yoga For The Classroom - Yoga With Adriene
Yoga For The Classroom is for all ages, all types and all moods. This fun 10-min standing yoga sequence is great for the classroom, inviting you to be in the moment as you move and breathe. Take 10 to Find What Feels Good! Refresh your body and mind so that you can focus and do your best!
PSHE - Dreams and Goals
In this episode of Small Talk, we explore the role motivation plays in one's life, setting goals, and why it's important to do so.
Harvest Festival is nearly upon us, dig in to some fun activities below. See Miss Bone for a sticker if you can complete either one!