It is Friday and that can mean only one thing, another Friday maths challenge!
Click the links below. The first 5 challenges are designed for year 5 students, but why don't you challenge yourself and see how many you can complete?
Today's science tasks involves you writing a composition about the topic of fossils. Think back to what you have learnt in the previous lessons (they are still available on the class page) and use this to aid your writing. I have included some of the previous videos on fossils to refresh your memory, you can find them below. The guidance for this piece of writing can be found directly under the video clips. This will conclude our work on fossils before we start on a new part of Adaption Inheritance and Evolution.
Next week, the focus moves to Migration and Hibernation, two wonderful ways that animals respond to the challenges of winter.
Today's English task looks at three poems by Grace Nichols. Read through the poems carefully and complete the activities.
Some of the questions will need you to remember things often used in poetry, such as alliteration and metaphors. If you need a quick reminder of either of these literary devices, watch the videos below before starting the task.
Today's RE task is the start of a brand new topic. For the next few weeks we will be studying Stewardship.
Watch the video below and read through the material carefully, using the PowerPoints to aid your understanding.
Today's English task looks at the final part of Sinbad's Fifth Voyage. Read through the material carefully and complete the activities.
Art & ICT Task
A special thank you to Miss Price for providing this week's art/ICT lesson. Watch the video below carefully and listen to the instructions. I suggest that you let the video play through the first time. Then watch it again, pausing it where necessary.
Today's history task looks at Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs and how the Rosetta Stone helped to decipher them. Read through the slides carefully and complete the activities.
I have also attached a link to some BBC activities and a quiz about hieroglyphs, I hope that you enjoy them.
Whole School Liturgy
As usual at the start of the week, I have attached the slides for the whole school liturgy. Please try to find a quiet and prayerful moment to go through these slides.
Today's English task is full of excitement and adventure. It uses 'Sinbad the Sailor' to explore the use of conjunctions.
The story of Sinbad was used to explore the adventure genre in both story and cinema. If you ask your parents about the films, I am sure they will remember. The films were made famous by the stop motion animation of Ray Harryhausen. While the special effects may seem dated by modern standards, they were considered revolutionary at the time.
These traditional tales of, the brave and bold, Sinbad originate from the Middle East. Sinbad's tale is believed to have been written in either Oman or Persia (Modern day Iran). It was recorded in the book 'One Thousand and One Nights' sometimes referred to as 'Arabian Nights.' This book also featured the famous tales of 'Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves' and 'Aladdin and the Magic Lamp'.
This collection of tales is often compared and contrasted with the the work of Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, whom we studied last term ( The Brothers Grimm).
Read through the material carefully and work your way through the activities.
In our final lesson on Reconciliation, we will be looking at the Beatitudes.
Read through the material carefully and complete the activity.