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Week beginning - 15th March

Please read and go on SpellingShed and TT Rockstars daily.  

 

English

We are continuing to study Oliver Twist.  Please click on the two links below and follow the lessons. This should take you two sessions to complete. 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-analyse-a-clip-and-generate-vocabulary-part-1-6guk8r?activity=video&step=1

 

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-practise-using-speech-in-complex-sentences-64w3jr?activity=video&step=1

 

SPAG

Please do the following lesson on Expanded noun phrases.

https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/to-explore-expanded-noun-phrases-64r3ec?activity=video&step=1

 

Guided Reading

Please complete the attached reading comprehension about Charles Darwin.

 

Maths

Equivalent Threes activity – see lesson plan and resource below. 

Please complete the attached booklet on perimeter, area and volume.    

There are also some dice games you can play. 

 

RE

Romans 3:23 - for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God

What do you think it means ‘all have sinned’?

Click on the link below and scroll down the page to learn about its meaning to Christians.

https://www.bibleref.com/Romans/3/Romans-3-23.html

Has everyone done wrong?  Do you agree with this?

The first sin in the bible was committed by Adam and Eve.

Watch this clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zB_TmXRnBwU  

Now, rewrite the scene in your own words where Adam and Eve commit the first sin.

 

Science

This week, we are learning about Charles Darwin and his Theory of Evolution. 

Please follow the links below to take you to some videos, information, activities and quizzes. 

What is evolution? - BBC Bitesize

KS2: Charles Darwin – The biggest name in Victorian science - BBC Teach

Absolute Genius | S2E7 | Charles Darwin - YouTube

 

Topic

We are starting our work on bridges this week – inspired by Isambard Kingdom Brunel.  Please work through the PDF PowerPoints below to learn about the history of bridges and types of bridges.  You will probably recognise a lot of the bridges. 

Once you have looked at the information, have a go at drawing the different types of bridges in the document below. 

 

Art

We would like you to do a line drawing of the Clifton Suspension bridge.

We suggest you start in pencil then once you have your design, you could go over it in a black pen and rub out the pencil lines. 

Below there is a document with a picture of the suspension bridge and a couple of line drawings for you to use as inspiration. 

 

Outdoor Learning

Please continue to work on your nature journal. 

 

Any queries please e-mail us on the class e-mail, we will respond as soon as we are able to.

 

Thank you,

Mrs Keen, Mrs Symes and Mrs Williams

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