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Wednesday 25th November - Mrs Lavelle

 

Guided Reading - We will do this together on Zoom.

 

English - Click here

 

Maths - Click here

 

Spelling - Click here 

 

History - We are moving on to learn about crime and punishment in Anglo-Saxon times. Click here and here to learn about life in Anglo-Saxon times and how crimes were punished.

 

From the age of 12, people had to take the 'oath of loyalty'. Saxons believed that anyone committing a crime was going against society. If someone broke the oath, their entire family could be punished.

 

An oath is a special promise that you make about your actions (things you do) and your behaviour. Your task is to write an oath.

Remember to use...

  • Capital letters and full stops
  • Fronted adverbials
  • Adjectives or expanded noun phrases
  • Commas in lists
  • The conjunction 'because'

 

Your oath could start with, I promise that I will...

 

Tuesday 24th November - Mrs Thomas

 

English - Click here

 

Maths - Click here

 

Spelling - Click here

 

Monday 23rd November - Mrs Thomas

 

Guided reading - Click here

 

English - Click here

 

Maths - Click here

 

Spelling - Click here - This is on homonyms not homophones as I said earlier, sorry. Homophones is Wednesday. 

 

Science - Click here

Friday 20th November - Mrs Lavelle

 Happy birthday, Kai and Cruz! laugh

 

Guided reading - We will do this together on Zoom. 

 

English - click here

 

Maths - click here

 

Spelling - click here

 

Music - click here

 

PSHE - click here

 

Thursday 19th November - Mrs Lavelle

 

Guided reading - We will do this together on Zoom. 

 

English - click here

 

Maths - click here

 

Spelling - click here

 

Spanish - click here

 

PE - click here

 

Wednesday 18th November - Mrs Lavelle

 

Guided reading - We will do this together on Zoom. 

 

English - click here

 

Maths - click here

 

Spelling - click here

 

Art/History - Last week, we heard about lots of different forms of punishment that the Romans used. They were very gruesome indeed! Your task today is to invent your own Roman punishment.

  • Think carefully about what Roman Emperors may have enjoyed watching.
  • Tell me what the punishment is.
  • Tell me what you'd have to do to be punished this way.
  • Think about what resources (things they could use to make any weapons) that they would have in Roman times.

 

Tuesday 17th November - Mrs Thomas

 

Guided reading - Poems about trees - from pack in Zoom session.  

 

English - Click here

 

Maths - Click here

 

Science - please complete lesson 3 on states of matter. If you have time to look at lesson 1&2 they recap the work we have done in school. We will recap lesson 3 at 2pm in our Zoom session so watch carefully. 

Click here for the Science lessons

 

Spelling - click here

Aspiration, Inspiration, Motivation, Aim High

 
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