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?
The focus of today's science lesson is on Hibernation and Migration. These are two of the fantastic survival strategies that animals use to get through the winter, or sometimes for food or breeding purposes.
Watch the videos below and take notes if it helps. Then, complete the cloze procedure below by reading carefully and filling in the blanks.
When you have completed this I want you to create a fact file about migration and hibernation. Each fact file should contain an overview of what this is, which animals do it, how they do it and why they do it. As well as the overview, each fact file should have an in depth look at an animal of your choosing. Be sure to include a diagram of your animals of choice.
I hope you have fun!
Thursday 25th June 2020
Today we will be sticking to our wild theme, but will looking at tigers this time instead of lions. Read through the material carefully and complete the activities. I have attached the videos below, just in case the links on the document do not work.
Enjoy your work on tigers, I am sure what you write will be GGGGRRRRRREEEEAAAAAT!!! (Terrible tiger joke)
Today we continue our topic of Stewardship and look at the impact of climate change. Read through the material carefully and complete the activities.
In our English lessons, we seem to have a focus on traditional stories about lions. To build upon this, I thought it would be a great opportunity to learn how to draw one. Look at the videos below and pick your favourite style to try at home. You may even want to try both.
I look forward to seeing what you create.
In today's English task you will continuing the story of Jabu and the Lion. This time you will be comparing the traditional tale to slightly different version of the tale, as seen in the video below. Before watching the video, make sure that you have finished reading the story which is found in the link below.
There is also some work on adverbials. I have attached a PowerPoint as a quick reminder, just in case you needed a recap.
In today's history lesson, you will be looking at the importance of the River Nile to the Ancient Egyptians. Watch the videos below (My apologies for the cringe worthy song) and then look through the slides contained in the PowerPoint. You may want to take some notes while doing this.
When you have done this, use the worksheet to write down some of the important facts and bits of information that you have learnt.
Finally, use these facts to create a poster all about the River Nile. Think carefully about what information you would like to be displayed on this poster.
You may want to split your page into different sections to help present your information clearly and neatly. Remember to include diagrams and illustrations to help bring the information to life.
I look forward to seeing your final creations!
Today's RE task continues to explore the topic of Stewardship. Read through the material and slides carefully.
I have also attached the slides for today's whole school liturgy. Try to find a quiet and prayerful moment to go through them on your own or with your family.