Monday 11th May 2020
1.35-2.20 RE - Witnesses to the Easter Message
Tuesday 12th May 2020
10.00-10.40 English Online Lesson:Personification
Wednesday 13th May 2020
1.35-2.20 History: Offa's Coin
Thursday 14th May 2020
Friday 8th May 2020
English Activity One - Commas Revision
Reading - Where to find books
The most valuable activity children can do is read. If the libraries are closed or you do not have books at home, texts can be found here:
(you need to register for free first)
You can also access free pdfs and audiobooks of 6 classic children’s novels here:
https://www.researchify.co.uk/audiobooks.html (no login required) (including Alice in Wonderland, which some of you took home)
You can access free downloads of First News, a good-quality children’s newspaper, here for a limited period:
Spend some time each day researching and creating a personal project. Become an expert in something! It could be animals, a period of history, a sport, a scientific topic. Your work could take the form of a book, a film, a piece of artwork, a model or a poster (or something I have not thought of!) Maybe you could learn a new skill and demonstrate it to us when you come back. Or you might want to keep a journal and learn a little bit about a topic each day. The links on the first page of the remote learning website (where all the year groups are) might be useful.
Whatever you decide to do, bring it with you when we come back to school, whenever that may be.
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