Category Archives: Home learning

Maths Home Learning w/b: 30th March 2020

Please find the Week 6 Learning Journey below along with accompanying sheets.

Topic Home Learning w/b: 30th March 2020

Please find the Week 6 Learning Journey below along with accompanying sheets.

Please do not forgot to send examples of your work to Mrs Nunn so we can celebrate the wonderful home learning efforts. Enjoy the week!

Foundation Home Learning – 27th March 2020


Based on the Spring 2 French Learning Journey, students could practise through linguascope saying which body part hurts. In more detail once they log in, they go to Beginners à French Flag à moi et ma famille à les douleurs and there they can complete all related activities. At the moment the Linguascope website is not working. Please bear with us and we will email you ASAP the new log in details.

Art Project

Health & Well-being / E-Safety

Below are the objectives with activities to do at home.

  • To understand that mental well-being is a normal part of daily life, in the same way as physical health.
  • To know that it is common for people to experience mental ill health and for many people who do, the problems can resolve if the right support is made available and accessed, especially if they access support as early as possible; to know that they can ask for help if they are worried about someone

Watch ‘Talking Mental Health’ with your child:

Discuss the video with your child and how it is normal and that it is important to get support.

There is an accompanying parent guide with more information:

Language of the Month – Italian

Dear Parents,

As you may know, at Avenue we organise Language of the Month activities that teachers undertake with their classes. As we are not in school at the moment, we thought you may like some ideas to help keep this interest going . Our Language of the Month for April is Italian. Below are some links and ideas that you could use to help your children learn some new Italian vocabulary and  a few facts about Italy too!  Enjoy!

Colours and Numbers 

The link above teaches the colours in Italian. You could ask your child to draw the unicorn or a different magical creature and  then ask them to name the colours in Italian. 

This video helps children to learn numbers from 1 – 10. When confident in saying them, they could draw or paint them onto a poster,  then teach them to someone else.

History and Architecture 

The leaning Tower of Pisa is a famous landmark in Italy. Children can research where it is, who built it and why it leans ! They could then try to make a model of it !

Leaning Tower of Pisa Facts for Kids – Kiddle The Leaning Tower of Pisa is a building in Pisa, Italy. It is a bell tower. It is famous because it is not vertical. The tower was once leaning more and more to the ground, but recently much restoration work has been done to stop it from falling over completely.


With parents permission, children  could create a new pasta dish, pizza topping or simple Italian salad and share their  ideas with someone else . I’ve tried the recipe below and it’s delicious !

Simple Italian Starter 

  • 3 plum tomatoes sliced crosswise
  • 2 tablespoons fresh basil and 2 Tablespoons fresh parsley, chopped
  • Olive oil
  • Salt and pepper to taste

Place sliced tomatoes on a serving platter. Sprinkle with chopped herbs and drizzle olive oil over the top. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Easy Italian cooking can’t get much better than this.

 They can also learn a useful phrase …….. 

Ho fame (oh fah-meh)-I’m hungry.😊

I hope you all enjoy the activity suggestions ! Buon divertimento !

Mrs Maddock