We are so looking forward to seeing as many of you as possible this afternoon. Obviously we will need to remember to stay physically distanced but it will be lovely to see lots of your faces!
Remember: If you have any book swap books at home, please bring them in this afternoon. There will be the usual box for you to put them in.
Here is a reminder of your groups and what time you should be at the main school gate.
English - Writing
On Friday, we started writing our story by focussing on the setting. Today and tomorrow, we are going to focus on writing the rest of our story.
How you use your time is up to you, but it would make sense to spread out the writing and write 2 or 3 of your remaining paragraphs today before writing the final 2 or 3 paragraphs tomorrow.
Remember all the things you should be using to help you with your writing.
Good luck with the writing!
English - Reading
In Chapter Twenty-One we meet Professor Fraudysham - a fitting name, as he is not a real professor at all. However, he is working with Spittleworth to develop a place to rid Cornucopia of the Ickabog.
As you have lots of writing to do today for English, there is no additional task for reading. Just enjoy the chapter!
We are continuing with our topic of time this week. Our focus for the next few days will be digital time and understanding the link between a digital clock and an analogue clock.
Watch the video below. In each corner it has the times in analogue and digital time.
Below are some clocks that show the same time on analogue and digital clocks. Remember in a digital clock the second part is showing how many minutes have passed since the last o'clock.
Complete the activities below.
We're going to carry on with our work for Children's Arts Week. This week the theme is connecting across generations and we are going to look at the work of Deborah Andrews.
Follow this link and go to the bottom of the page to see examples of her work:
Have a think about these questions:
Ruth and Emily