Home Learning – Thursday 25th February

P.E.  – Fitness

> Start your day of learning with some exercise. Today you may wish to do some Yoga. Nicole, who teaches Yoga at both the infants and junior school, has filmed a yoga class for us to use. Please see the link below.

https://video.link/w/PdONb

Spellings – Water Wells 

> Practise the third set of words on Water Wells (know, money, one, parent, police, sure, water) as we would in class. You may wish to follow the videos on Sir Linkalot but also practise in your own way.

Times Tables – 8 x table

> Please start the Mathematics Lesson with some times table practice. You may wish to use the sheet from Monday or Hit the Button. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

> Today we are looking at the 8 x table.

Mathematics – Multiplication and Division – Statistics – How do I interpret pictograms?

> This week, we are looking at the Statistics unit. We’ll be looking at this for two weeks and this week’s lessons will all be re-capping what you learnt in Year 2.

> There is the usual PowerPoint, which we would use in our lesson, attached below.

> The PowerPoint has the Knowledge and Skills on and the input, which describes what you will be learning.

> As this lesson is a Year 2 re-cap lesson, there is just one set of questions, rather than Developing, Expected and Greater Depth ones. There is then an extra task of creating your own pictogram.

> You will then need to go onto the problem-solving, just like you would in class.

> We have also attached a link to the PowerPoint with a teacher talking through the slides, should you wish to use that for the input.

> You will still need to refer back to the other PowerPoint for your questions and problem-solving.

> Each lesson, we will also attach the data that we collected from the questions that you answered before half-term, for you to use if you wish to.

* evidence required

Learning Journey – English – Roman Myths – Continuing to write a new myth, using a story map

> Open the PowerPoint, ‘Continuing to write a new myth, using a story map’

> Today you will be writing the resolution paragraph.

You will need to:

Use your story plan

Verbally rehearse the sentence before writing

Use rich language

Use a range of sentence structures

One or two powerful pieces of speech

> Recap the example of how to extend a sentence using a conjunction

> Recap the example of how to use powerful verbs and adjectives

> Recap the BBC Bitesize link to help with writing speech (You have seen this in a previous lesson)

> Use your plan (Story Map) to write the resolution paragraph, including dialogue.

> Reread your writing so far. What are you proud of? What do you need to improve the next time?

* evidence required

Reading

> Whilst you are at home, please make the most of the books you have.

> Use the link below or the one on the announcement on the Home Page for a link to other books.

Science – Whole School Science Lesson – Set by Mrs Ford –

> Please work your way through the PowerPoint and complete the activity

Home Learning – Wednesday 24th February

P.E.  – Fitness

> Start your day of learning with some exercise. You may wish to use Joe Wicks, as he will be doing his live workout at 9am or you could use the Challenge Card from the P.E. hub that we attached yesterday.

Spellings – Water Wells  

> Practise the third set of words on Water Wells (know, money, one, parent, police, sure, water) as we would in class. You may wish to follow the videos on Sir Linkalot but also practise in your own way.

Times Tables – 8 x table

> Please start the Mathematics Lesson with some times table practice. You may wish to the use the template from Monday or Hit the Button. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

> Today we are looking at the 8 x table.

Mathematics – Multiplication and Division – Statistics – How do I draw a pictogram where the symbols represent 2, 5 or 10 items?

> This week, we are looking at the Statistics unit. We’ll be looking at this for two weeks and this week’s lessons will all be re-capping what you learnt in Year 2.

> There is the usual PowerPoint, which we would use in our lesson, attached below.

> The PowerPoint has the Knowledge and Skills on and the input, which describes what you will be learning.

> As this lesson is a Year 2 re-cap lesson, there is just one set of questions, rather than Developing, Expected and Greater Depth ones. There is then an extra task of creating your own pictogram.

> You will then need to go onto the problem-solving, just like you would in class.

> We have also attached a link to the PowerPoint with a teacher talking through the slides, should you wish to use that for the input.

> You will still need to refer back to the other PowerPoint for your questions and problem-solving.

> Each lesson, we will also attach the data that we collected from the questions that you answered before half-term, for you to use if you wish to.

* evidence required

Learning Journey – English – Roman Myths – Continuing to write a new myth, using a story map

> Open the PowerPoint, ‘Continuing to write a new myth, using a story map’

> Today you will be writing the problem paragraph.

You will need to:

Use your story plan

Verbally rehearse the sentence before writing

Use rich language

Use a range of sentence structures

One or two powerful pieces of speech

> Recap the example of how to extend a sentence using a conjunction

> Recap the example of how to use powerful verbs and adjectives

> Use the BBC Bitesize link to help with writing speech (You have seen this in a previous lesson)

> Use your plan (Story Map) to write the problem paragraph, including dialogue.

> Reread your writing so far. What are you proud of? What do you need to improve the next time?

* evidence required

Reading

> Whilst you are at home, please make the most of the books you have.

> Use the link below or the one on the announcement on the Home Page for a link to other books.

R.E. – Easter – What do we know about Easter?

> In Term 4 we will be looking at some of the events of Easter. In week one we will think about what we already know about Easter and how we like to celebrate this time.

> Create a picture to show what Easter means to you

Welcome to Home Learning – Term 4 – Week 1

Good Morning Year 3, it’s the Year 3 team here. Miss Lade, Mrs Poore and Miss Timperley

Here is the timetable for this week.

We hope you had a great half-term and had a well-earned rest from home-learning. We will be scheduling a Google Meet for tomorrow so we’d love to hear all about your half term and also what you got up to on the non-screen day from the final day of last term. For now though, let Term 4 begin.

Thank you to those children who completed the quiz/data collection on Google Classroom before half-term. It was really helpful as it means we have lots of information to use over the next couple of weeks during our Statistics unit. It’s a shame not to be doing this one altogether in school as it’s one of our favourite units but we’re sure you’ll all still enjoy it. This week’s lessons are all re-cap lessons from Year 2, which must seem like ages ago now.

Well done to those who began to plan their Roman Myth stories for English before half-term. Don’t worry if you didn’t get round to planning it before, as you can make a quick plan this week before you begin writing. You will be writing up your story over the next few days and then Friday, you’ll be editing and improving it. We will not be marking your writing when you send this in because of the editing lesson at the end of the week.

This week, R.E is all about the Easter story as we are now in Lent, which is the build-up to Easter. In P.S.H.E, you will be looking at the West Rise character trait ‘Love of Learning.’ In History, you’ll be looking at the invasion attempts on Britain. I wonder if any of you are able to remember which Emperor’s tried to invade Britain and who was the successful Emperor.

Keep an eye out for a message from us, which we will send out via Ping or on Google Classroom, about items you may need next week for a Maths lesson and an English lesson.

Remember to turn in (if you are going Google Classroom) or email the class email 3T@westrise-jun.e-sussex.sch.uk (if you are using the blog) your work where it says evidence required. You can email us with any questions or problems.  

We look forward to seeing your work. Have a good week.

Keep scrolling down for Monday’s work.

The Year 3 Team

Home Learning – Tuesday 23rd February

P.E.  – Fitness

> Start your day of learning with some exercise. You may wish to use Joe Wicks’ video from yesterday or you could use the Challenge Card attached from the P.E. hub.

Spellings – Water Wells

> Practise the second set of words on Water Wells (edge, eve, very, every, fruit, half, high, is, his, this) as we would in class. You may wish to follow the videos on Sir Linkalot but also practise in your own way.

Times Tables – 4 x table

> Please start the Mathematics Lesson with some times table practice. You may wish to use our usual template attached or Hit the Button. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

> Today would usually be our test day so we have attached a copy for you to use if you wish.

Mathematics – Statistics – How do I make a tally chart?

> This week, we will be starting the Statistics unit. We’ll be looking at this for two weeks and this week’s lessons will all be re-capping what you learnt in Year 2.

> There is the usual PowerPoint, which we would use in our lesson, attached below.

> The PowerPoint has the Knowledge and Skills on and the input, which describes what you will be learning.

> As this lesson is a Year 2 re-cap lesson, there is just one set of questions, rather than Developing, Expected and Greater Depth ones. There is then an extra task of creating your own tally chart.

> You will then need to go onto the problem-solving, just like you would in class.

> We have also attached a link to the PowerPoint with a teacher talking through the slides, should you wish to use that for the input.

> You will still need to refer back to the other PowerPoint for your questions and problem-solving.

> Each lesson, we will also attach the data that we collected from the questions that you answered before half-term, for you to use if you wish to.

>> Just another reminder that you’ll benefit from squared paper later on in this unit when we get to bar charts. If this is something that you cannot get, we can leave some outside of the office and we’ll also be attaching squared paper if you wish to print some.

* evidence required

Learning Journey – English – Roman Myths – Writing the beginning of a new myth, using a story map

> Open the PowerPoint, ‘Writing the beginning of a new myth, using a story map’

> Please find and check your story map plan from before the holiday

> Today you will be writing the introduction. You will need to:

  • Verbally rehearse the sentence before writing
  • Use rich language
  • Use a range of sentence structures

> Look at the example of how to extend a sentence using a conjunction

> Look at the example of how to use powerful verbs and adjectives

> Use your plan (Story Map) to write the opening paragraph of your myth.

> Read your writing aloud then highlight your top three adjectives, underline your top three powerful verbs and circle three conjunctions that you have used to extend your sentences.

* evidence required

Reading

> Whilst you are at home, please make the most of the books you have.

> Use the link below or the one on the announcement on the Home Page for a link to other books.

P.S.H.E. – Character Traits – Love of Learning

> Watch ‘Mr Happy’ and think about all the different character traits that Mr Happy shows

> Look at the key questions and think about the answers

> Answer the questions using the mind map template or by creating your own

* evidence required

Well-being activity – Positive Playlist – Set by Mrs Lumby

> We all have some songs that make us feel happy whenever we listen to them, maybe because they remind us of a time when we felt really happy, or just because we love that song.

> This week, my challenge is for you to create your own ‘Positive Playlist’ of your happy songs. When you have done this, you could listen to these songs and dance like no one is watching! I certainly will be…….

> These are some of my happy songs:

Crazy in love by Beyonce (because I can’t resist dancing to it)

Dancing Queen by Abba (because it reminds me of dancing in my kitchen and singing into my wooden spoon while baking with my daughter)

Relight my fire by Take That (because it reminds me of dancing with my friends)

> You may not know these songs but that’s okay, because we will all have different happy songs. Just enjoy making up your Positive Playlist and dance ‘til you drop!

Home Learning – Thursday 11th and Friday 12th February

P.E. – Fitness

> Start your day of learning with some exercise. Today you may wish to do some Yoga. Nicole, who teaches Yoga at both the infants and junior school, has filmed a yoga class for us to use. Please see the link below.

Spellings – Water Wells

> Practise the second set of words on Water Wells (edge, eve, very, every, fruit, half, high, is, his, this) as we would in class. You may wish to follow the videos on SirLinkalot but also practise in your own way.

Times Tables – 4 x table

> Please start the Mathematics Lesson with some times table practice. You may wish to use the sheet from Monday or Hit the Button. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

> Today we are looking at the 4 x table.

Mathematics – Measurement – Money – Assessment

> It’s the final Money lesson which means it’s assessment time!

> We’ve attached the Maths assessment itself, as well as a voice recording of one of us reading through the questions and a PowerPoint with the same assessment on.

> You can pause the voice recording throughout so that you can answer the questions.

> You may want to print off the assessment and complete it on there but if this isn’t possible, you can complete the questions on separate paper.

> Remember that, other than someone reading the questions to you, these are done independently. Whether this means that you get any mark from 0-15, it doesn’t matter. All you can do is try your best.

> Send in the assessments so we can have a look at them. We will send out the answers at the end of the day (3pm) so you can have a look through them.

* evidence required

>> (Side-note – after half-term, we’ll be looking at Statistics. This will include looking at bar graphs and tables, so squared paper would be beneficial to get hold of over the half term. We will attach some squared paper for people to print or can leave some outside the school office for those that are unable to get some. This unit is often a favourite of the children’s).

Learning Journey – English – Roman Myths – How do I use a story map to plan a myth?

> Look at the story map and think about the questions.

> Today you will be planning your own myth, using a story map.

> Please choose from one of the scenarios.

> There needs to be an introduction and build up before a problem appears.

> Which god or goddess might be interested in this problem? – See attached PowerPoint for ideas. What might they say? / What might they do?

> Please choose Roman names for your characters – see table on the next page.

* evidence required

Reading

> Whilst you are at home, please make the most of the books you have.

> Use the link below or the one on the announcement on the Home Page for a link to other books.

Science – Whole School Science Lesson – Set by Mrs Ford –

> Please work your way through the PowerPoint and complete the investigation.

Friday 12th February

Friday 12th February is Non-Screen Day at West Rise!

We are so proud of all of your efforts with remote learning, but we do understand that this means that you are all looking at screens for a long time each day. 💻 So, tomorrow, on the last day of term, we are challenging you to have a whole day screen-free! 🌈

We have attached a ‘Bingo’ style grid of lots of different suggestions of fun learning opportunities that do not involve a screen. 👩‍🍳🧩📚🌿

Please choose as many of these as you need to fill your day – or choose your own activities that don’t need you to use a screen. Take your time over things and have lots of fun! We hope this will boost your creativity, give you some enjoyable experiences and have a positive impact on your wellbeing.

If you would like to show us what you have been doing, please keep your projects, creations or work safe. Then, you can upload photos of them to Google Classroom on our first day back next term, which will be Tuesday 23rd February.

Well done for such an amazing effort this term! We are so very proud of you all and miss you lots.

⭐ Happy end of Term 3! 🌈

Year 3 Team

Home Learning – Wednesday 10th February

P.E.  – Fitness

> Start your day of learning with some exercise. Today you may wish to do a Cosmic Yoga or Go Noodle or Just Dance. You can find all of these on YouTube.

Spellings – Water Wells  

> Practise the first set of words on Water Wells (again, any, before, more, circle, come, crumb, do, don’t, done) as we would in class. You may wish to follow the videos on Sir Linkalot but also practise in your own way.

Times Tables – 3 x table

> Please start the Mathematics Lesson with some times table practice. You may wish to use the template from Monday or Hit the Button. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

> Today would usually be our test day so we have attached a copy for you to use if you wish.

Mathematics – Measurement – Money – How do I subtract amounts of money?

> This week, we are finishing off the Measurement: Money unit.

> There is the usual PowerPoint, which we would use in our lesson, attached below.

> The PowerPoint has the Knowledge and Skills on and the input which describes what you will be learning.

> There are separate Developing, Expected, Greater Depth questions for you all to answer on the PowerPoint. Remember to think about how you felt during the input to help you decide which set of questions to start on.

> You will then need to go onto the problem-solving, just like you would in class.

> We have also attached a link to the PowerPoint with a teacher talking through the slides, should you wish to use that for the input.

> You will still need to refer back to the other PowerPoint for your questions and problem-solving.

* evidence required

Learning Journey – English – Roman Myths – How do I use a conjunction to express time and clause?

> Can you recap the story of ‘The Wild Goose Chase’

> Read and/or listen to ‘A Wild Goose Chase

> Read the information which shows you how to join two single clause sentences with a conjunction

> Look at the different conjunctions that you can use to add a clause to explain why or when

> Activity

1. Choose a sentence to extend.

2. Extend it by adding a clause which explains why or where.

3. Check that the new clause has a verb.

4. Check your extended sentence makes sense.

5. Repeat with the other sentences.

* evidence required

Reading

> Whilst you are at home, please make the most of the books you have.

> Use the link below or the one on the announcement on the Home Page for a link to other books.

Learning Journey – History – Which Roman Emperor impacted Britain the most?

> Work your way through the PowerPoint – Which Roman Emperor impacted Britain the most?

> Watch the short video clip about Legionaries and Centurions

> Watch the video clip about Roman Emperors – Who were the Roman Emperors? – Scroll down to the video just under Who Ruled Rome?

> Using the video and the resource sheet attached, firstly match the picture with the name, looking for clues as to what they were famous for. Then, organise them in order of their reign. Finally, match the sentences to the pictures

If you don’t have access to a printer, you could draw the Emperors and write out the information

> Check your answers

> Watch the video to find out more about Hadrian’s wall

> Complete the sentence

Home Learning – Tuesday 9th February

P.E.  – Fitness

> Start your day of learning with some exercise. Today you may wish to do a Cosmic Yoga or Go Noodle or Just Dance. You can find all of these on YouTube.

Spellings – Water Wells  

> Practise the first set of words on Water Wells (again, any, before, more, circle, come, crumb, do, don’t, done) as we would in class. You may wish to follow the videos on Sir Linkalot but also practise in your own way.

Times Tables – 3 x table

> Please start the Mathematics Lesson with some times table practice. You may wish to use the template from Monday or Hit the Button. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

> Today would usually be our test day so we have attached a copy for you to use if you wish.

Mathematics – Measurement – Money – How do I subtract amounts of money?

> This week, we are finishing off the Measurement: Money unit.

> There is the usual PowerPoint, which we would use in our lesson, attached below.

> The PowerPoint has the Knowledge and Skills on and the input which describes what you will be learning.

> There are separate Developing, Expected, Greater Depth questions for you all to answer on the PowerPoint. Remember to think about how you felt during the input to help you decide which set of questions to start on.

> You will then need to go onto the problem-solving, just like you would in class.

> We have also attached a link to the PowerPoint with a teacher talking through the slides, should you wish to use that for the input.

> You will still need to refer back to the other PowerPoint for your questions and problem-solving.

* evidence required

Learning Journey – English – Roman Myths – How do I use a conjunction to express time and clause?

> Can you recap the story of ‘The Wild Goose Chase’

> Read and/or listen to ‘A Wild Goose Chase

> Read the information which shows you how to join two single clause sentences with a conjunction

> Look at the different conjunctions that you can use to add a clause to explain why or when

> Activity

1. Choose a sentence to extend.

2. Extend it by adding a clause which explains why or where.

3. Check that the new clause has a verb.

4. Check your extended sentence makes sense.

5. Repeat with the other sentences.

* evidence required

Reading

> Whilst you are at home, please make the most of the books you have.

> Use the link below or the one on the announcement on the Home Page for a link to other books.

Learning Journey – History – Which Roman Emperor impacted Britain the most?

> Work your way through the PowerPoint – Which Roman Emperor impacted Britain the most?

> Watch the short video clip about Legionaries and Centurions

> Watch the video clip about Roman Emperors – Who were the Roman Emperors? – Scroll down to the video just under Who Ruled Rome?

> Using the video and the resource sheet attached, firstly match the picture with the name, looking for clues as to what they were famous for. Then, organise them in order of their reign. Finally, match the sentences to the pictures

If you don’t have access to a printer, you could draw the Emperors and write out the information

> Check your answers

> Watch the video to find out more about Hadrian’s wall

> Complete the sentence

Welcome to Home Learning – Week 6

Good Morning Year 3, it’s the Year 3 team here. Miss Lade, Mrs Poore and Miss Timperley

Here is the timetable for this week.

Well done for continuing to persevere with your home-learning. We have seen some great work again. Only one week left until a well-earned week’s rest.

Well done with your Maths work this week. It looks like you’ve done really well so far with the Money unit. We’ve got three more lessons and then on Thursday, it will be the Money Maths assessment. Remember to complete this independently like you would in school. We’ve seen that some of you having been using real money to play games, such as setting up a pretend shop and have been using it to help with your Maths lessons, which we absolutely love. We’ve also posted an assignment/quiz which we would love you to fill in at some point this week, as we will be starting statistics after half-term. It’s a favourite Maths unit for so many children each year and it’s always nice when the data gathered comes from you.

We’ve loved seeing your work on the Roman Myths so far. We’ve learnt lots ourselves and have enjoyed seeing how the God’s and Goddesses all link from myth to myth and we hope you’ve enjoyed it too. We particularly loved seeing some of your story-maps. We’ll be continuing to look at Roman myths this week and the week after half-term too.

We hope you found the e-safety lesson helpful and it reminded you about ways to stay safe and SMART online. We saw some lovely poster designs. There were some great science experiments too.

Tomorrow, we’ll be trialling a Google Classroom meet with those children who’ve sent back the acceptable use agreement, either by Ping or on Google Classroom. Each class has a 15 minute slot – 3L at 9am, 3T at 9:15 and 3P at 9:30. We know that it will probably be about fine-tuning tomorrow, seeing what works and what doesn’t, and going through the rules of an online well-being meet. Just a reminder that these are not online lessons as two of us are in class for the rest of the day and the other is responding to the 70 children at home. These, as long as they work, will be a chance for us to meet and see each other. If you are unable to attend tomorrow, particularly for those who may have siblings on at the same time and limited devices, please don’t worry. We’re hoping that there will be more of these meets.  

Friday is a non-screen day in school and at home. We’re having to look at screens a lot more than usual so we want the last day of term to be all about fun activities that don’t need a screen. We will be posting these activities and more about this on the Thursday assignment so that you don’t even need to turn a device on on Friday.

Remember to turn in (if you are going Google Classroom) or email the class email 3T@westrise-jun.e-sussex.sch.uk (if you are using the blog) your work where it says evidence required. You can email us with any questions or problems.  

We look forward to seeing your work. Have a good week.

Keep scrolling down for Monday’s work.

The Year 3 Team

Home Learning – Monday 8th February

P.E. – Fitness

> Start your day of learning with some exercise. You may wish to use Joe Wicks, as he will be doing his live workout at 9am or you could use the Challenge Card attached from the P.E. hub.

Spellings – Water Wells  

> Practise the first set of words on Water Wells (again, any, before, more, circle, come, crumb, do, don’t, done) as we would in class. You may wish to follow the videos on Sir Linkalot but also practise in your own way.

Times Tables – 3 x table

> Please start the Mathematics Lesson with some times table practice. You may wish to use our usual template attached or Hit the Button. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

> Today we are looking at the 3 x table.

Mathematics – Measurement – Money – How do I add amounts of money?

> This week, we are finishing off the Measurement: Money unit. (On Thursday, we’ll have our end of unit Maths assessment).

> There is the usual PowerPoint, which we would use in our lesson, attached below.

> The PowerPoint has the Knowledge and Skills on and the input which describes what you will be learning.

> There are separate Developing, Expected, Greater Depth questions for you all to answer on the PowerPoint. Remember to think about how you felt during the input to help you decide which set of questions to start on.

> You will then need to go onto the problem-solving, just like you would in class.

> We have also attached a link to the PowerPoint with a teacher talking through the slides, should you wish to use that for the input.

> You will still need to refer back to the other PowerPoint for your questions and problem-solving.

* evidence required

>> (Side-note – after half-term, we’ll be looking at Statistics. This will include looking at bar graphs and tables so squared paper would be beneficial).

Learning Journey – English – Roman Myths – How do I explore a myth with greater independence?

> Read and/or listen to ‘A Wild Goose Chase’

(Remember to use a dictionary or online dictionary to check the meaning of words you are unsure about)

> Think about the answer to the questions

> Please read the text and then answer the questions.

(A copy of the text and questions are on the next two pages or we have attached a copy for you to use)

* evidence required

Reading

> Whilst you are at home, please make the most of the books you have.

> Use the link below or the one on the announcement on the Home Page for a link to other books.

Draw with Rob – Monkey

> Please have a go at Rob Biddulph’s (Draw with Rob) Monkey.     

> We would love to see your finished drawings.

Music – Sing and Sing – What are Melody and Pitch? 

> Have a look on BBC bitesize at the Melody and Pitch video (see attached link).

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zp99cj6

> Then, practise singing and signing to ‘Make Your Own Kind of Music’. You may wish to have a few goes, singing first, then signing, then combing the two (at least you don’t have to resist singing due to the Rule of 15)

> See attached YouTube link

Home Learning – Friday 5th February

P.E.  – Fitness

> Start your day of learning with some exercise. You may wish to use Joe Wicks, as he will be doing his live workout at 9am or you could use the Challenge Card from the P.E. hub that we attached on Monday.

Spellings – Water Wells  

> Practise the first set of words on Water Wells (again, any, before, more, circle, come, crumb, do, don’t, done) as we would in class. You may wish to follow the videos on SirLinkalot but also practise in your own way.

Times Tables – 3 x table

> Please start the Mathematics Lesson with some times table practice. You may wish to use the sheet from Monday or Hit the Button. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

> Today we are looking at the 3 x table.

Computing – Staying Safe – How do we stay safe online?

> Look through the PowerPoint and think about how you should stay safe online.

> Watch ‘The Adventures of Kara Winston and the SMART Crew’ movie.

> Create a poster showing your understanding of the SMART guidelines for online communication.

* evidence required

Learning Journey – English – Roman Myths – How do I use role-play to generate speech and record as punctuated dialogue?

> Follow the slides on the Roman Myth PowerPoint below.

> The first slide tells you to re-read pages 17-19 of Romulus and Remus which can be found below on a PDF.

> This lesson was a role-play lesson last year so we have kept that part in, but adapted it to those who may not be able to do this. You could act it out with family members if possible. You could act it out by yourself (like a one man show) or you could just focus on the speech part of the lesson.

> There is also a link below to help with writing speech.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zr6bxyc/articles/zhqh92p

* evidence required

Reading

> Whilst you are at home, please make the most of the books you have.

> Use the link below or the one on the announcement on the Home Page for a link to other books.

Draw with Rob – Peacock

> Please have a go at Rob Biddulph’s (Draw with Rob) Peacock.     

> We would love to see your finished drawings.

Music – Sing and Sing – What are Duration and Tempo? 

> Have a look on BBC bitesize at the Duration and Tempo (see attached link).

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zcbkcj6/articles/z3yfng8

> Then, practise singing and signing to ‘Best Day of My Life’. You may wish to have a few goes, singing first, then signing, then combing the two (at least you don’t have to resist singing due to the Rule of 15)

> See attached YouTube link