With the exception of maths, all of today's tasks are focused on the 75th anniversary of VE Day, which is this coming bank holiday Friday. If you are still a little uncertain about what VE Day commemorates and celebrates click on the link below for some resources.
Your English task today is inspired by VE day.
You have to write a letter from the perspective of a child being evacuated from London. Many children left London and other large cities, during the war, to avoid the risk of bombing.
Watch the videos below to help you get a better understanding of what this would have been like. I have also attached a link to a page that contains lots of information about the evacuation of children, during WW2.
Use these resources to influence your writing and help you to include some rich, historical detail in your work. Remember to make your writing as descriptive as possible, and really try to get into the mindset of a child from this period.
Today's maths task is all about calculating perimeter and area. Click on the link below and select the video for lesson 4. When you have watched the video, download the questions and the answers. When completed, use the answers to check through your work.
VE Day History Task
As tomorrow is the 75th anniversary of VE Day, I would like you to create a fact file on this special celebration. Make sure that it is full of interesting facts and sketches.
I have also attached some fun VE Day activities. You may want to save some of these activities for tomorrow, so you can complete them on the actual day of celebration. There will be no new activities posted tomorrow, as it a bank holiday.
Today's English task is about similes and metaphors and involves you writing some of your own poetry.
Look through both of the videos below and then click the link for the activities.
Today's maths task is all about division with remainders. Click on the link below and select the video for lesson 3. When you have watched the video, download the questions and the answers. When completed, use the answers to check through your work.
This coming Friday is VE Day, a celebration of the end of WWII in Europe.
VE Day - or 'Victory in Europe Day' - marks the day towards the end of World War Two (WW2) when fighting against Nazi Germany in Europe came to an end.
I want you to use this as inspiration for a piece of art, to celebrate this important day.
I have attached some photos and images to help.
Today's English task is focused on another poem. Read carefully through the poem and work your way through the tasks.
Today's maths task is about multiplying 4 digit numbers by 2 digit numbers. Click on the link below and select the video for lesson 2. When you have watched the video, download the questions and the answers. When completed, use the answers to check through your work.
Today you will be continuing the topic of Ancient Egypt. Your last task should have helped to give you a chronological understanding of when the Ancient Egyptians lived.
Now it is important that you understand where in the world this civilisation existed.
To complete this task you will need to use Google maps to fill in the missing information on the map.
Today's English task focuses on reading and reflecting on a poem performed by a poet.
Read through the material carefully and complete the activities.
Today's maths task is all about multiplying 2 digit numbers using area models. Click on the link below and then watch the teaching video for lesson 1. Then download the questions and the answers to check your work.
Today's RE task continues the topic of transformation and is all about the fruits of the Holy Spirit.
Read through the material carefully and consider the questions. Next, complete one of the suggested activities.
I have also included the slides for today's school liturgy. Please spare some time to go through the slides. This might be a nice activity to do with your family, if possible.