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Previous day's work Summer term

Thursday 18th June

9:00 - Spellings -

identity

immediately

interfere

interrupt

language

leisure

lightning

marvellous

mischievous

muscle

Grammar - Write a story starter using embedded clauses.

E.g. The man, who was extremely old, slowly trudged down the road to the local shop for his daily paper.

9:15 - English. 

 

LO: To be able to write a fairytale.

Using your plan below, create your own story along the lines of the Princess' Blankets.

Today you are writing your final paragraph. 

You must end the story with a happy ending.

 

10.00 - https://cafod.org.uk/News/Events/Hopeful-summer-assembly

10:45 - Break time

11.00 - Maths

Retrieval

   

Main Lesson

LO: To be able to convert millimetres into metres and millilitres in litres.

Start with fluency and work your way through to reasoning and problem solving.

 

Teach - There are 1000mm in 1m and 1000ml in 1l.

Same applies as yesterday. You are working out of 1000 and generally in multiples of 10.

There is mastery on the second sheet for you to look at too. You do not have to start on fluency if you feel confident. Work on the other sections.

Wednesday 17th June

Grammar - using inverted commas create a short conversation between the whale and a character who is looking at the window at this time.

Remember new character, new line.

All speech starts with a capital letter and end with , . ? ! before the inverted commas finish.

We don't use said unless we can use an adverb.

Try to use split speech.

9:40 - English. 

 

LO: To be able to write a fairytale.

Using your plan below, create your own story along the lines of the Princess' Blankets.

Today you are writing your fourth paragraph. 

You must also add in lots of detail to this section to allow the reader to create a mental picture.

Don't go too far.

11.00 - Maths

Retrieval

   

Main Lesson

LO: To be able to convert and use grams and kilograms; metres and kilometres. 

Start with fluency and work your way through to reasoning and problem solving.

 

Teach - There are 1000g in 1kg.

Therefore in half a kg there would be 500g.

1/4 would be 250g.

 

It is the same with metres and kilometres too.

Tuesday 16th June

9:40 - English. 

 

LO: To be able to write a fairytale.

Using your plan below, create your own story along the lines of the Princess' Blankets.

Today you are writing your third paragraph. As the section is a long section you may need to split it into two paragraphs.

Make sure you include dialogue between your two main characters but not too much.

You must also add in lots of detail to this section to allow the reader to create a mental picture.

Don't go too far.

 

10:40 - Break time

11.00 - Maths

Retrieval

   

Main Lesson

LO: To be able to identify 3D shapes.

Start with fluency and work your way through to reasoning and problem solving.

 

Teach - Remember a 3D shape is 3 dimensional.

The net is the sides of the shape if you opened it out.

To work out the answers to some of these answers you will need to imagine folding the paper.

If you have scrap paper, use that!

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - Geography

LO: To be able to locate African countries on a map.

Monday 15th June

9:40 - English. 

 

LO: To be able to write a fairytale.

Using your plan below, create your own story along the lines of the Princess' Blankets.

Today you are writing your second paragraph.

Make sure it is detailed. Don't go too far.

 

10:40 - Break time

11.00 - Maths

Retrieval

   

Main Lesson

LO: To be able to identify 2D shapes.

Start with fluency and work your way through to reasoning and problem solving.

 

Teach - a regular polygon is a shape that we recognise as the typical square, rectangle, triangle, pentagon, hexagon, etc. If it is irregular then it has the same number of sides as a regular shape but it looks different. 

E.g. a pentagon is a 5 sided shape that looks similar to a house in shape, yet any 5 sided shape no matter how it looks is still a pentagon, just an irregular one. 

Friday 12th June

9:30 - Spellings - get someone to test you.

9:40 - English. Using similes and adjectives, describe the picture below in just 3 powerful sentences. (I realise I forgot to put a picture up yesterday! So sorry!)

LO: To be able to write a fairytale.

Using your plan below, create your own story along the lines of the Princess' Blankets.

Today you are writing your opening paragraph.

Make sure it is detailed. Don't go too far.

10:40 - Break time

11.00 - Maths

Retrieval

    

Main Lesson

LO: To be able to calculate missing angles on a straight line.

Start with fluency and work your way through to reasoning and problem solving.

 

Teach - The main thing to remember is that a straight line is 180 degrees.

Therefore the measurements you have, you need to subtract them both from 180 and whatever you are left with is your missing angle.

For example: if you have 2 angles on one line and one of the angles is measured at 95 degrees, you would subtract that from 180 to get the remaining angle.

2:00 - PSHE

How am I feeling?
Watch the clip
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOkyKyVFnSs 


Children to create a feelings journal that covers all the feelings they have had during lockdown - they can describe it in writing or in the form of a story map.
Discuss how to deal with these feelings and work out how we can overcome negative feelings more easily.
Complete an action plan for how they will overcome future feelings of negativity.

Thursday 11th June

9:40 - English. Using similes and adjectives, describe the picture below in just 3 powerful sentences.

 

LO: To be able to plan a fairytale.

Using the plan below, create your own story along the lines of the Princess' Blankets.

Don't start writing it today. Just a nice detailed plan.

If you need to draw the plan out just label each section beginning, build-up, middle, resolution and ending.

10:40 - Break time

11.00 - Maths

Retrieval

    

Main Lesson

LO: To be able to measure angles using a protractor. 

Like we do in class, work your way through fluency, reasoning and problem solving.

 

Teach - I understand that this may be a little difficult to do at home but give it a go and see how you get on.

Remember 360 degrees is a full turn.

180 degrees is a half turn.

90 degrees is a quarter turn.

Wednesday 10th June

9:40 - English. Using similes, write some sentences to describe the picture below.

LO: To be able to write a fairytale.

Look at the boxing up below.

We are writing the same story now about the prince and his socks. Look at the final box on the right hand side.

Write this paragraph in your own words and add as much detail as you can.

I also want to see good description with commas in between adjectives.

See my example below but do not copy it.

 

The Prince's Socks

 A long time ago, in a King-ruled town, was a young prince who always had sore feet. No matter what shoes and socks he wore he could always feel the rough ground digging into his delicate soles. Over the years, the child prince has received so many beautiful, warm socks that he had lost count. He had been gifted fluffy socks, made of the finest wool, leaving sheep shivering in their fields and socks so thick that nails wouldn't be able to penetrate them, but still, the prince could feel the uneven earth beneath his feet and stabbing pain as small shards of stone pierced his skin when he walked. Would his life always be this way? Even the slaves tested the socks and claimed they felt they were walking on air and bouncing on clouds, yet nothing worked for the unfortunate prince.

          Seeing as nothing was having the desired effect on the prince's feet, the queen announced that anyone in the land had a chance of winning a grand prize if they could solve the problem for her; even unto the finest royal jewels which were extremely expensive. After having heard the announcement, people travelled from far and wide, believing they could help the prince and win the prize of their dreams. However, no matter how luxurious the socks were, none of them stopped the prince's feet from hurting as they touched the ground. The task seemed impossible. When all hope was just about lost, a man with evil eyes, like balls of fire, arrived at the palace gates claiming to be a powerful sorcerer who could conjure up the perfect socks for the troubled prince. Although the queen was very unsure of this unusual character, equally she was so concerned about her son that she decided to give the man a fair chance despite his prize being the prince as his own son. She secretly prayed that he would be unable to succeed.

          Promptly, the mysterious man asked the prince what he though would make the perfect footwear. He assured him that anything was possible but he had an unnerving glint in his eye that made the prince shiver inside.

"I won't let him win me," the prince thought, determined. "A cloud will make the perfect sock," he replied, confident the sorcerer would be unsuccessful. The sorcerer nodded and left the room. The prince felt smug and certain that the sorcerer would not return, but as soon as he thought this, the man reappeared with socks made from clouds. They were light and felt like marshmallows, except they turned grey as the prince wiggled his toes and his feet became wet and cold with copious amounts of rain and snow. 

"Better?" asked the man, "These are the Earth's clouds."

The prince shivered but managed to reply with a grimace and a shake of the head as his feet touched the floor and pain scorched his feet, worse than before. The sorcerer looked disappointed.

"What else can I try?" he asked with a sneering smile.

The prince thought for a moment, "I can trick this man if I ask him for flamingo feathers," so that is what he told the unusual man. The man left once again and returned shortly with the perfect, pink flamingo socks for the prince. The prince tried on the socks but got a shock as they scratched his poor feet and cut them like paper clips. The pain was worse than coarse fabric rubbing against sunburn.

After it was clear that the sorcerer had finally given up, a young girl from the town was walking by the palace singing in the most beautiful voice. It was so pure and smooth like honey. She had heard of the prince with the sore feet and she was desperate to bring some joy to his world so she decided to offer her voice in the form of song. The Queen didn't see any harm in the girl singing to her son so she allowed the girl into the prince's chambers. When the girl saw the prince, she immediately fell in love with him but felt sorry for him too and tears filled her sapphire eyes. Slowly she walked towards the prince and began to sing the most beautiful song she could think of in her golden silky voice. The prince listened and felt as if he was walking on the softest, velvet cushions. After a few minutes he realised his feet were no long hurting. He removed layer after layer of socks and his feet felt pain free when he touched the ground. As well as the release from a pain he had endured for so long, he also felt a strong surge of undeniable love in his heart. The sorcerer's socks lay in a pile on the floor at the bottom of the prince's bed after having fallen one by one from the prince's feet.

As the socks fell to the ground, the clouds returned to their rightful place in the sky, allowing the water cycle to continue and work once again. The flamboyance of flamingos regained their beautiful feathers which made them squawk in delight and the unicorns fur returned keeping them warm and glowing with magic and happiness. Last of all, the babies of the entire village were able to laugh once more and they filled the air with their sweet giggles. The town was thrilled beyond belief. As well as all of the positivity within the town, it appeared that the sorcerer had disappeared and hopefully for good. Rumour has it, he was swept up into the darkest grey cloud or he had been the unfortunate victim of a unicorn stampede but nobody really knows for certain. One thing however, is for certain and that was that the girl with the beautiful singing voice chose the prince as her reward. She requested to stay at his side for all of eternity and her wish was granted.

10:40 - Break time

11.00 - Maths

Retrieval - apologies for the wobbly lines.

    

Main Lesson

LO: To be able to measure angles in degrees. 

Like we do in class, work your way through fluency, reasoning and problem solving.

 

Teach - I understand that this may be a little difficult to do at home but give it a go and see how you get on.

Remember 360 degrees is a full turn.

180 degrees is a half turn.

90 degrees is a quarter turn.

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - RE

LO: To be able to describe the Holy Trinity.

Do some research on the Holy Trinity online.

What is it?

Why is it important?

When might we hear of it?

When might we receive it?

Where is it mentioned in the bible?

Find a story from the bible where all three elements of the Holy Trinity are present at once.

 

2:00 - Collective worship.

Thinking of Pentecost and fire I want you to create a belief triangle.

On one point of your triangle you need to tell me what the church believes fire to symbolise.

Second point of triangle you need to tell me your opinion of the symbol of fire.

Third point of the triangle - what other religions believe fire to symbolise.

Tuesday 9th June

9:40 - English. 

LO: To be able to write a fairytale.

Look at the boxing up below.

We are writing the same story now about the prince and his socks. Look at the fourth box on the right hand side.

Write this paragraph in your own words and add as much detail as you can.

I also want to see good description with commas in between adjectives.

See my example below but do not copy it.

 

The Prince's Socks

 A long time ago, in a King-ruled town, was a young prince who always had sore feet. No matter what shoes and socks he wore he could always feel the rough ground digging into his delicate soles. Over the years, the child prince has received so many beautiful, warm socks that he had lost count. He had been gifted fluffy socks, made of the finest wool, leaving sheep shivering in their fields and socks so thick that nails wouldn't be able to penetrate them, but still, the prince could feel the uneven earth beneath his feet and stabbing pain as small shards of stone pierced his skin when he walked. Would his life always be this way? Even the slaves tested the socks and claimed they felt they were walking on air and bouncing on clouds, yet nothing worked for the unfortunate prince.

          Seeing as nothing was having the desired effect on the prince's feet, the queen announced that anyone in the land had a chance of winning a grand prize if they could solve the problem for her; even unto the finest royal jewels which were extremely expensive. After having heard the announcement, people travelled from far and wide, believing they could help the prince and win the prize of their dreams. However, no matter how luxurious the socks were, none of them stopped the prince's feet from hurting as they touched the ground. The task seemed impossible. When all hope was just about lost, a man with evil eyes, like balls of fire, arrived at the palace gates claiming to be a powerful sorcerer who could conjure up the perfect socks for the troubled prince. Although the queen was very unsure of this unusual character, equally she was so concerned about her son that she decided to give the man a fair chance despite his prize being the prince as his own son. She secretly prayed that he would be unable to succeed.

          Promptly, the mysterious man asked the prince what he though would make the perfect footwear. He assured him that anything was possible but he had an unnerving glint in his eye that made the prince shiver inside.

"I won't let him win me," the prince thought, determined. "A cloud will make the perfect sock," he replied, confident the sorcerer would be unsuccessful. The sorcerer nodded and left the room. The prince felt smug and certain that the sorcerer would not return, but as soon as he thought this, the man reappeared with socks made from clouds. They were light and felt like marshmallows, except they turned grey as the prince wiggled his toes and his feet became wet and cold with copious amounts of rain and snow. 

"Better?" asked the man, "These are the Earth's clouds."

The prince shivered but managed to reply with a grimace and a shake of the head as his feet touched the floor and pain scorched his feet, worse than before. The sorcerer looked disappointed.

"What else can I try?" he asked with a sneering smile.

The prince thought for a moment, "I can trick this man if I ask him for flamingo feathers," so that is what he told the unusual man. The man left once again and returned shortly with the perfect, pink flamingo socks for the prince. The prince tried on the socks but got a shock as they scratched his poor feet and cut them like paper clips. The pain was worse than coarse fabric rubbing against sunburn.

After it was clear that the sorcerer had finally given up, a young girl from the town was walking by the palace singing in the most beautiful voice. It was so pure and smooth like honey. She had heard of the prince with the sore feet and she was desperate to bring some joy to his world so she decided to offer her voice in the form of song. The Queen didn't see any harm in the girl singing to her son so she allowed the girl into the prince's chambers. When the girl saw the prince, she immediately fell in love with him but felt sorry for him too and tears filled her sapphire eyes. Slowly she walked towards the prince and began to sing the most beautiful song she could think of in her golden silky voice. The prince listened and felt as if he was walking on the softest, velvet cushions. After a few minutes he realised his feet were no long hurting. He removed layer after layer of socks and his feet felt pain free when he touched the ground. As well as the release from a pain he had endured for so long, he also felt a strong surge of undeniable love in his heart. The sorcerer's socks lay in a pile on the floor at the bottom of the prince's bed after having fallen one by one from the prince's feet.

10:40 - Break time

11.00 - Maths

Retrieval

    

Main Lesson

LO: To be able to multiply and divide decimals by 10, 100 and 1000.

Work through fluency then reasoning and problem solving.

We are covering this objective for two days.  

 

Teach - Remember your place value when multiplying. Your numbers can move over the decimal but they can't be split other than by the decimal. The number of zeros in the number you're multiplying by will tell you how many jumps you need to do over the decimal.

Multiply - the number gets bigger and the numbers jump to the left.

Divide - the numbers get smaller and they jump to the left.

E.g. 4.567 x 100 = 456.7

 456.7 ÷ 100 = 4.567

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - Geography - Assessment

LO: To be able to write a newspaper article about all of the good things about our local area of Kings Norton.

Write in columns.

Add a final paragraph saying what would make our town even better.

Monday 8th June

LO: To be able to predict.

10:40 - Break time

11.00 - Maths

Retrieval

    

Main Lesson

LO: To be able to complete decimal sequences.

Work through fluency then reasoning and problem solving.

We are covering this objective for two days.  

 

Teach - 

When sequencing decimals we need to consider all of the digits. Just because a number has 3dps it does not mean the number is larger.

Look at the decimals below:

 

0.5     1.5      1.05      0.15

 

We need to order these numbers in ascending order.

First, we look at the ones column - we have two with zero: 0.5 and 0.15.

Then, we look at the tenths column: 5 is larger so 0.15 is the first number in the sequence followed by 0.5.

Next, we look at the other two numbers 1.05 and 1.5. They both have the same amount in the ones column so we look at the tenths. 0 is smaller than 5 so 1.05 is third in our sequence with 1.5 the largest amount.

 

Therefore, 0.15       0.5      1.05      1.5

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - History

LO: To be able to consider why people chose to protest at Peterloo.

Friday 5th June

LO: To be able to write a fairy tale.

Look at the boxing up below.

We are writing the same story now about the prince and his socks. Look at the third box on the right hand side.

Write this paragraph in your own words and add as much detail as you can.

I also want to see good description with commas in between adjectives.

See my example below but do not copy it - I have only written half of this paragraph as it's a BIG one!

 

The Prince's Socks

 A long time ago, in a King-ruled town, was a young prince who always had sore feet. No matter what shoes and socks he wore he could always feel the rough ground digging into his delicate soles. Over the years, the child prince has received so many beautiful, warm socks that he had lost count. He had been gifted fluffy socks, made of the finest wool, leaving sheep shivering in their fields and socks so thick that nails wouldn't be able to penetrate them, but still, the prince could feel the uneven earth beneath his feet and stabbing pain as small shards of stone pierced his skin when he walked. Would his life always be this way? Even the slaves tested the socks and claimed they felt they were walking on air and bouncing on clouds, yet nothing worked for the unfortunate prince.

          Seeing as nothing was having the desired effect on the prince's feet, the queen announced that anyone in the land had a chance of winning a grand prize if they could solve the problem for her; even unto the finest royal jewels which were extremely expensive. After having heard the announcement, people travelled from far and wide, believing they could help the prince and win the prize of their dreams. However, no matter how luxurious the socks were, none of them stopped the prince's feet from hurting as they touched the ground. The task seemed impossible. When all hope was just about lost, a man with evil eyes, like balls of fire, arrived at the palace gates claiming to be a powerful sorcerer who could conjure up the perfect socks for the troubled prince. Although the queen was very unsure of this unusual character, equally she was so concerned about her son that she decided to give the man a fair chance despite his prize being the prince as his own son. She secretly prayed that he would be unable to succeed.

          Promptly, the mysterious man asked the prince what he though would make the perfect footwear. He assured him that anything was possible but he had an unnerving glint in his eye that made the prince shiver inside.

"I won't let him win me," the prince thought, determined. "A cloud will make the perfect sock," he replied, confident the sorcerer would be unsuccessful. The sorcerer nodded and left the room. The prince felt smug and certain that the sorcerer would not return, but as soon as he thought this, the man reappeared with socks made from clouds. They were light and felt like marshmallows, except they turned grey as the prince wiggled his toes and his feet became wet and cold with copious amounts of rain and snow. 

"Better?" asked the man, "These are the Earth's clouds."

The prince shivered but managed to reply with a grimace and a shake of the head as his feet touched the floor and pain scorched his feet, worse than before. The sorcerer looked disappointed.

"What else can I try?" he asked with a sneering smile.

The prince thought for a moment, "I can trick this man if I ask him for flamingo feathers," so that is what he told the unusual man. The man left once again and returned shortly with the perfect, pink flamingo socks for the prince. The prince tried on the socks but got a shock as they scratched his poor feet and cut them like paper clips. The pain was worse than coarse fabric rubbing against sunburn.

10:40 - Break time

11.00 - Maths

Retrieval

    

Main Lesson

LO: To be able to add and subtract decimal numbers.

Work through fluency then reasoning and problem solving.

We are covering this objective for two days.  

 

Teach - 

In order to add and subtract decimals effectively, ensure your numbers all have the same amount of digits so add place holders where you need to.

Another tip is to always use the column method and put the decimal point in first. It cannot move.

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - Science

LO: Do all types of animals have the same length of gestation?

Do some research on different gestation lengths in a variety of animals and create a graph to show the difference in times. 

Thursday 4th June

LO: To be able to write a fairy tale.

Look at the boxing up below.

We are writing the same story now about the prince and his socks. Look at the second box on the right hand side.

Write this paragraph in your own words and add as much detail as you can.

I also want to see a simile added to your first paragraph.

See my example below but do not copy it!

 

The Prince's Socks

 A long time ago, in a King-ruled town, was a young prince who always had sore feet. No matter what shoes and socks he wore he could always feel the rough ground digging into his delicate soles. Over the years, the child prince has received so many beautiful, warm socks that he had lost count. He had been gifted fluffy socks, made of the finest wool, leaving sheep shivering in their fields and socks so thick that nails wouldn't be able to penetrate them, but still, the prince could feel the uneven earth beneath his feet and stabbing pain as small shards of stone pierced his skin when he walked. Would his life always be this way? Even the slaves tested the socks and claimed they felt they were walking on air and bouncing on clouds, yet nothing worked for the unfortunate prince.

          Seeing as nothing was having the desired effect on the prince's feet, the queen announced that anyone in the land had a chance of winning a grand prize if they could solve the problem for her; even unto the finest royal jewels which were extremely expensive. After having heard the announcement, people travelled from far and wide, believing they could help the prince and win the prize of their dreams. However, no matter how luxurious the socks were, none of them stopped the prince's feet from hurting as they touched the ground. The task seemed impossible. When all hope was just about lost, a man with evil eyes, like balls of fire, arrived at the palace gates claiming to be a powerful sorcerer who could conjure up the perfect socks for the troubled prince. Although the queen was very unsure of this unusual character, equally she was so concerned about her son that she decided to give the man a fair chance despite his prize being the prince as his own son. She secretly prayer that he would be unable to succeed.

10:40 - Break time

11.00 - Maths

Retrieval

    

Main Lesson

LO: To be able to subtract decimal numbers with up to 3dp (decimal places).

Work through fluency then reasoning and problem solving.

We are covering this objective for two days.  

 

Teach - 

In order to add and subtract decimals effectively, ensure your numbers all have the same amount of digits so add place holders where you need to.

Another tip is to always use the column method and put the decimal point in first. It cannot move.

  5.405

-3.651 

  1.754

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - Latin

LO: To be able to use Latin nouns.

Recap using the PowerPoint different Latin nouns.

You don't have to write it into books but you can if you want to and lay it out however you wish.

Or

Using a computer to create a poster of Latin nouns and word endings - maybe some translations into English too.

Wednesday 3rd June

9:40 - English.

Complete the next workout in your 10 minute book. 

 

LO: To be able to write a fairy tale.

Look at the boxing up below.

We are writing the same story now about the prince and his socks. Look at the first box on the right hand side.

Write this paragraph in your own words.

See my example below but do not copy it!

 

The Prince's Socks

 A long time ago, in a King-ruled town, was a young prince who always had sore feet. No matter what shoes and socks he wore he could always feel the rough ground digging into his delicate soles. Over the years, the child prince has received so many beautiful, warm socks that he had lost count. He had been gifted fluffy socks, made of the finest wool, leaving sheep shivering in their fields and socks so thick that nails wouldn't be able to penetrate them, but still, the prince could feel the uneven earth beneath his feet and stabbing pain as small shards of stone pierced his skin when he walked. Would his life always be this way? Even the slaves tested the socks and claimed they felt they were walking on air and bouncing on clouds, yet nothing worked for the unfortunate prince.

10:40 - Break time

11.00 - Maths

Retrieval

    

Main Lesson

LO: To be able to add decimal numbers with up to 3dp (decimal places).

Work through fluency then reasoning and problem solving.

We are covering this objective for two days.  

 

Teach - 

In order to add and subtract decimals effectively, ensure your numbers all have the same amount of digits so add place holders where you need to.

Another tip is to always use the column method and put the decimal point in first. It cannot move.

   2.405

+3.651 

  6.056

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - Collective Worship

Write a poem for our school as we start to go back to a new normality.

Mention strength, guidance and thanks.

 

1.30 - RE

LO: To be able to rewrite the story of Pentecost.

1 When Pentecost day came round, they had all met together,

2 when suddenly there came from heaven a sound as of a violent wind which filled the entire house in which they were sitting;

3 and there appeared to them tongues as of fire; these separated and came to rest on the head of each of them.

4 They were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak different languages as the Spirit gave them power to express themselves.

5 Now there were devout men living in Jerusalem from every nation under heaven,

6 and at this sound they all assembled, and each one was bewildered to hear these men speaking his own language.

7 They were amazed and astonished. 'Surely,' they said, 'all these men speaking are Galileans?

8 How does it happen that each of us hears them in his own native language?

9 Parthians, Medes and Elamites; people from Mesopotamia, Judaea and Cappadocia, Pontus and Asia,

10 Phrygia and Pamphylia, Egypt and the parts of Libya round Cyrene; residents of Rome-

11 Jews and proselytes alike -- Cretans and Arabs, we hear them preaching in our own language about the marvels of God.'

12 Everyone was amazed and perplexed; they asked one another what it all meant.

13 Some, however, laughed it off. 'They have been drinking too much new wine,' they said.

14 Then Peter stood up with the Eleven and addressed them in a loud voice: 'Men of Judaea, and all you who live in Jerusalem, make no mistake about this, but listen carefully to what I say.

15 These men are not drunk, as you imagine; why, it is only the third hour of the day.

Tuesday 2nd June

9:40 - English.

Complete the next workout in your 10 minute book. 

 

LO: To be able to write a paragraph in the style of Carol Ann Murphy.

 Remind yourself of the story of The Princess' Blankets and have a go at writing a paragraph using a blanket of your choice.

Try to write in the style of Carol Ann Duffy using lots of description and similes/metaphors.

Consider how she starts and ends her paragraphs and do the same.

You could have the sky's blanket, the beach's blanket, the filed's blanket, the river's blanket, etc.

I will add an example to the page later if you are getting a little stuck.

10:40 - Break time

11.00 - Maths

Retrieval

 

Main Lesson

LO: To be able to add decimal numbers with up to 3dp (decimal places).

Work through fluency then reasoning and problem solving.

We are covering this objective for two days.  

 

Teach - 

In order to add and subtract decimals effectively, ensure your numbers all have the same amount of digits so add place holders where you need to.

Another tip is to always use the column method and put the decimal point in first. It cannot move.

   2.405

+3.651 

  6.056

Monday 1st June

9:40 - English.

Complete the next workout in your 10 minute book. 

LO: To be able to predict what happens next in a story.

Read the second text on Azzi on page 23 of your booklet and answer the questions on the sheet.

Date and LO at the top of your sheet too.

10:40 - Break time

11.00 - Maths

Retrieval

 

Main Lesson

LO: To be able to subtract decimals within 1.

Work your way through fluency, reasoning and problem solving questions. 

Try to challenge yourself as much as you can.

Don't forget to check the answers on the drop down menu!

 

Teach - 

Consider the decimals to initially be whole numbers and subtract them as normal. 

Remember if they have a different amount of decimal places you can add place holders on the end to make them the same.

E.g.         0.94 - 0.4 = 0.94 - 0.40 = 94 - 40 Therefore the answer would be 0.44

 

If you are subtracting from a whole you will need to consider how many decimal places there are. One = tenths (10) Two = Hundredths (100) and three = thousandths (1000)

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - History

LO: To be able to explain how things changed through the Victorian era.

Friday 22nd May

9:40 - Maths. 

LO: To be able to add decimals within 1.

Retrieval

    

Main lesson:

When adding decimals to 1dp they add up to ten to make 1whole. When there are 2dp they add up to 100 and when there are 3dp they add up to 1000.

e.g. 0.2+0.8=1.0 (1)                    0.3+0.5=0.8

       0.45+0.55=1.00 (1)             0.28+0.46=0.74

       0.533+0.467=1.000 (1)      0.179+0.306=0.485

 

Each time you need to complete at least on fluency task and then a reasoning and problem solving or both.

Some of you may complete all questions each day which is fine or you may have a good understanding and want to start on the reasoning - please only do this if you are someone who does this in class.

 

I will share the answers online each evening ready for you to check the next day. 

10:40 - Break time

11.00 - English

10 minute book. Summer Workout 8.

LO: To be able to identify the language and grammar used by the author.

Look through the story below.

Make a list of - Phrases you like (similes, etc)

Vocabulary you like or that stands out

Punctuation you like

Anything else you like within the text. 

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - Latin

LO: To be able to explore Roman food.

Have a look at the PowerPoint below.

For your task - have a go at making/cooking one of the recipes below.

If you aren't able to do this have, a go at designing a recipe for a Roman banquet. Which items would you use? 

1.45 - PSHE

This week is Mental Health Week.

Write a list of feelings you have felt so far during lock down on a piece of paper. Any negative ones - Keep them to remind you of good feelings. Any negative ones - rip them up and throw them away! Get rid of the negativity.

Thursday 21st May

9.40 - Maths

Retrieval

Main

10:40 - Break time

11.00 - English

10 minute book. Summer Workout 7.

LO: To be able to use the text to predict.

Today we are completing the next comprehension in our packs. Page 21 the life of a car. Put the short date and LO on the paper itself.

 

I will leave the Princess' blankets below in case you want to watch the story again.

Thursday Zoom group, we will be doing this together. 

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - Science

LO: What is the same or different between a mammal and a bird's life cycle?

In your books put a line down the middle of your page with heading similarities on one side and differences on the other. Then, fill in the points as bullet points.

As a challenge choose another animal and draw a life cycle for this animal. Maybe an amphibian or reptile? 

Wednesday 20th May

9:40 - Maths. 

LO: To be able to understand percentages as fractions and decimals.

Retrieval

    

Main lesson:

Each time you need to complete at least on fluency task and then a reasoning and problem solving or both.

Some of you may complete all questions each day which is fine or you may have a good understanding and want to start on the reasoning - please only do this if you are someone who does this in class.

 

I will share the answers online each evening ready for you to check the next day. 

10:40 - Break time

11.00 - English

10 minute book. Summer Workout 6

LO: To be able to use the story to write in role.

Today we are writing as the princess herself as if she is writing in her diary.

We are going to focus on three main parts of the story.

  1. Her thoughts and feelings at the beginning when nothing was working to keep her warm.
  2. When the man with evil eyes tries to use his magic to help her.
  3. When the musician finally warms her heart.

 

Here are some ideas for how to start each paragraph:

For a long time I have been feeling so cold that my dad has asked all the people in the village to help. I have had so many fleeces brought to me that the sheep are fleece-less in the fields... 

One day, last week, an awfully scary man appeared in my room. He had eyes like stones and I could tell he was cruel...

At last, a warmth filled me as a musician approached and touched my fingertips one by one with his warm lips...

 

Watch the story again if you need to.

Wednesday Zoom group, we will be doing this together. 

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - RE

LO: To be able to understand why the church uses fire, water, bread and wine to celebrate the resurrection.

https://www.catholicculture.org/culture/liturgicalyear/activities/view.cfm?id=1043

 

Have a look through the website which explains what happens at the Easter vigil.

Consider the importance of fire and water within the service as well as the bread and wine which we talk about regularly.

 

In your books give a short explanation for what each item represents and how it is used within the service.

Why are they important?

 

Collective worship

Write a prayer to Jesus asking him for help.

Art challenge. Day 2. Something fast.

Tuesday 19th May

9:40 - Maths. 

LO: To be able to understand percentages.

Retrieval

    

Main lesson:

Each time you need to complete at least on fluency task and then a reasoning and problem solving or both.

Some of you may complete all questions each day which is fine or you may have a good understanding and want to start on the reasoning - please only do this if you are someone who does this in class.

 

I will share the answers online each evening ready for you to check the next day.

 

Teaching -

 

10:40 - Break time

11.00 - English

10 minute book. Summer Workout 6

LO: To be able to use the story to write in role.

Today we are writing as the magician with the stony eyes.

This will be a monologue of his plan so as if he is reminding himself of the plan he has made in order to take the princess away.

He will probably be excited as he believes his plan will work.

He may be cautious and careful so that he doesn't make mistakes.

He might give us a glimpse of what might happen if he succeeds.

Two paragraphs. 

 

Watch the story again if you need to.

Tuesday Zoom group, we will be doing this together. 

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - Geography.

LO: To be able to write an argument to stop building work ruining our countryside.

The council have decided to build new houses where the Waseley Hills are.

You need to write a letter to persuade the council not to build here.

  • animal habitats
  • nature
  • walk - exercise
  • landscape
  • fresh air - health
  • mindfulness
  • places to remember loved ones in Heaven
  • places to play, etc.

New art challenge - Day 1. Something from the circus.

Monday 18th May

9:40 - Maths. 

LO: To be able to order and compare decimals.

Retrieval

    

Main lesson:

We are now changing our lessons slightly to match what we were doing in the classroom.

Each time you need to complete at least on fluency task and then a reasoning and problem solving or both.

Some of you may complete all questions each day which is fine or you may have a good understanding and want to start on the reasoning - please only do this if you are someone who does this in class.

 

I will share the answers online each evening ready for you to check the next day.

 

Teaching - Comparing decimals:

When you see decimal numbers with different amounts of decimal places we need to consider adding in place holders to make them all the same.

E.G.       0.2         0.23        0.203   would all need to have 3 decimal places (3dp) to match the third value in this list SO:

0.200    0.230      0.203   now we can see very clearly that the first value is the smallest, followed by the third and lastly the one in the middle.

10:40 - Break time

11.00 - English

10 minute book. Summer Workout 5

LO: To be able to use the story to write in role.

Today we are writing a letter as the queen to her sister explaining what the problem is with the princess always being cold.

You are writing it in the queen's shoes so make sure you talk about her thoughts and feelings and particularly the worries she may have with regards to the mysterious magician trying to take her daughter away.

Ask rhetorical questions.

I imagine the queen to feel rather exasperated and helpless as she can't do anything herself to help her daughter.

Imagine how your mum would feel if it was you!

 

Watch the story again if you need to.

Monday Zoom group, we will be doing this together. 

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - History.

LO: To be able to understand that the industrial revolution aided new inventions.

 Create a Victorian invention timeline - use the pages on the PowerPoint to help you.

If you can find anymore then add them in too!

Art challenge - Day 30.

Friday 15th May

English - 10 minute book. Summer Workout 4 - pages 56 and 57.

LO: To be able to use the story to create a map.

During your Zoom sessions this week you have heard the story of 'The Princess' Blankets' by Carol Ann Duffy.

I have attached the story in both video and PowerPoint format so that you can hear/read the story once more.

Then draw your story map and draw your images in each section (as we do in class) - also include any key words or phrases.

I have started one off for you below.

LO: To be able to round decimals.

Retrieval

 

Main lesson:

The answers will be online tomorrow to check them through.

Choose section A, B or C (maybe 2 columns if you want to challenge yourself)

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - Computing

LO: To be able to write a set of instructions for how to be safe online.

 Think of passwords, chats, social media, age limits, parental guidance.

 

Art day 29 - Just a doodle.

Thursday 14th May

Workbook pages 54-55.

LO: To be able to use the information to make predictions.

Write the date and LO on the top of page 21 of your booklet.

Read 'The Brilliant World of Tom Gates' and complete the activities on the other page.

10:30 - Break time

 

11:00 - Maths

LO: To be able to use decimals as fractions and fractions as decimals.

Retrieval

    

Main lesson:

See the flip chart paper below and use that strategy to help you. 

The answers will be online tomorrow to check them through.

Choose section A, B or C (maybe 2 columns if you want to challenge yourself)

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - Science

LO: How does a baby (foetus) develop during pregnancy?

 Look at the PowerPoint below and view the different stages of the baby's growth.

Then in your books - split your page in half. On one side draw the stage of growth and on the other side describe it in your own words showing its development.

See example.

Art challenge - Day 28. Your favourite song.

Wednesday 13th May

PE with Joe

English

Workbook page 52-53.

LO: To be able to write a set of instructions.

Put the short date in the margin.

Today we are continuing our instructions and completing them today so look at the main instructions box and the useful tip on your plan.

Ensure detail. Each of your numbered instructions should include a time adverbial and at least 2 detailed sentences to describe.

 

10:30 - Break time

 

11:00 - Maths

LO: To be able to read and write decimals as fractions and fractions as decimals.

Retrieval

 

Main lesson:

See the flip chart paper below and use that strategy to help you. 

The answers will be online tomorrow to check them through.

Choose section A, B or C (maybe 2 columns if you want to challenge yourself)

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - RE

LO: To be able to retell the story of Jesus' resurrection.

 Read the two bible extracts below:

Luke 24 

Jesus Has Risen

24 On the first day of the week, very early in the morning, the women took the spices they had prepared and went to the tomb. They found the stone rolled away from the tomb, but when they entered, they did not find the body of the Lord Jesus. While they were wondering about this, suddenly two men in clothes that gleamed like lightning stood beside them. In their fright the women bowed down with their faces to the ground, but the men said to them, “Why do you look for the living among the dead? He is not here; he has risen! Remember how he told you, while he was still with you in Galilee: ‘The Son of Man must be delivered over to the hands of sinners, be crucified and on the third day be raised again.’  Then they remembered his words.

When they came back from the tomb, they told all these things to the Eleven and to all the others. 10 It was Mary Magdalene, Joanna, Mary the mother of James, and the others with them who told this to the apostles. 11 But they did not believe the women, because their words seemed to them like nonsense. 12 Peter, however, got up and ran to the tomb. Bending over, he saw the strips of linen lying by themselves, and he went away, wondering to himself what had happened.

 

Matthew 28

Jesus Has Risen

28 After the Sabbath, at dawn on the first day of the week, Mary Magdalene and the other Mary went to look at the tomb.

There was a violent earthquake, for an angel of the Lord came down from heaven and, going to the tomb, rolled back the stone and sat on it. His appearance was like lightning, and his clothes were white as snow. The guards were so afraid of him that they shook and became like dead men.

The angel said to the women, “Do not be afraid, for I know that you are looking for Jesus, who was crucified. He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. Come and see the place where he lay. Then go quickly and tell his disciples: ‘He has risen from the dead and is going ahead of you into Galilee. There you will see him.’ Now I have told you.”

So the women hurried away from the tomb, afraid yet filled with joy, and ran to tell his disciples. Suddenly Jesus met them. “Greetings,” he said. They came to him, clasped his feet and worshipped him. 10 Then Jesus said to them, “Do not be afraid. Go and tell my brothers to go to Galilee; there they will see me.”

 

Discuss the similarities and differences in two readings.

Then using the examples write the story from your point of view as if you were one of the people who discovered the empty tomb.

 

What was it like?

How did you feel?

 

2:00 - Collective Worship

Write a thank you poem for all the things God has given you in a similar way that the PowerPoint was presented.

 

E.g. Thank you for my mind I use to think

Thank you for my eyes that blink and blink ...

Art - Day 27 - Something icky!

Tuesday 12th May

PE with Joe

English

Workbook page 50-51.

LO: To be able to write a set of instructions.

Today we are writing the first half of our instructions using our planning sheet. You are writing up the first 3 boxes (Introduction, tools and ingredients)

Make sure you use rhetorical questions and detail. Give reasons for the items you need too. I don't just want a simple list.

10:30 - Break time

 

11:00 - Maths

LO: To be able to solve problems using all four operations.

Retrieval

 

Main lesson:

Choose section A, B or C (maybe 2 columns if you want to challenge yourself)

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - Geography

LO: To be able to design your own town.

Below is an aerial map of Kings Norton (Our school is shown by the smiley face) - similar to when we designed the city of Baghdad.

Consider what we have in our town that is vital and then create your own town. 

I would think about where shops need to be and houses; where the school should be and church; if there need to be bus and train stations or factories.

Draw it as a bird's eye view and label it/use a key. 

Art challenge: Day 26. 

Reading aloud.

Monday 11th May

English

Workbook pages 48-49.

 

To be able to answer questions about a text.

On your booklet read page 17 and answer the questions on the back.

10:30 - Break time

 

11:00 - Maths

LO: To be able to round remainders.

Retrieval

 

Main lesson:

Choose section A, B or C (maybe 2 columns if you want to challenge yourself)

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - History

LO: To be able to consider how Queen Victoria made a series of sensible decisions as Queen.

How was she different to the previous kings?

Was this positive or negative?

What good did she do?

Write either an explanation or in role as a member of the community at the time.

Art challenge - Day 25. A funny comic strip.

 

Reading aloud.

Thursday 7th May

Workbook - pages 46-47 (Workout 11 -Spring)

9.40 - English

LO: To be able to plan a set of instructions.

Draw up a planning sheet in your book. (see my example below)

Choose a topic for a new set of instructions - the more imaginative the better!

Give detail!

10:30 - Break time

 

11:00 - Maths

LO: To be able to use written division.

Retrieval

 

Main lesson:

Choose section A, B or C (maybe 2 columns if you want to challenge yourself)

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - RE

LO: To be able to understand the importance of Easter.

Why is Easter the most important time for Catholics?

What symbols of Easter do we see in school and at church?

 

Answer these questions in your books in as much detail as possible. 

Think about colours, Easter candle (paschal), hymns, etc. 

 

2.00 - art challenge - Day 24. A dinosaur.

Wednesday 6th May

LO: To be able to answer questions about the text.

Write the date and the LO on the top of the page in the booklet.

Read Tony Robinson's Weird World of Wonders and answer the questions on the back.

10:30 - Break time

 

11:00 - Maths

LO: To be able to use written division.

Retrieval

 

Main lesson:

Choose section A, B or C (maybe 2 columns if you want to challenge yourself)

Science - 2:00

LO: How do you change as you grow up?

Create a timeline of your life so far and your future.

Collective Worship

 

Art challenge - Day 23. A fairytale gone wrong.

Tuesday 5th May

9:40 - English. 

10 minute book. Spring Workout 8 - pages 44 and 45.

Put the short date in the margin underneath the instructions so far.

Look at the boxing up below.

Today we are going to focus on the second half of the instructions and the final, useful tips.

We are writing the same set of instructions for the ultimate school and I just want you to focus on the fourth box and the final instructions along with the last box in the right column. 

See my example below and hide it to write your own version. 

10:30 - Break time

 

11:00 - Maths

LO: To be able to use long multiplication.

Retrieval

Choose A, B or C.

The row, column and diagonal must equal the same amount when added up.

E.G. Row = 48 so column =48 so diagonal =48. 

 

Main lesson:

Choose section A, B or C (maybe 2 columns if you want to challenge yourself)

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - Geography

LO: To be able to understand why farming was so pivotal in our area in the 1800s.

Look through the website.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/british/empire_seapower/agricultural_revolution_01.shtml

 

Now write a diary entry as a worker on one of the farms. 

Consider:

  • Workload getting more and more due to high demands for food.
  • Living conditions
  • The type of work you might be doing
  • The amount of hours you might be working
  • Possible injuries you might have due to machinery.

 

Art challenge day 22 - a killer plant.

Monday 4th May

9:40 - English. 

10 minute book. Spring Workout 7 - pages 42 and 43.

Put the short date in the margin underneath the beginning of the instructions from Friday.

Look at the boxing up below.

Today we are going to focus on the ingredients and the first half of the instructions themselves.

We are writing the same set of instructions for the ultimate school and I just want you to focus on the third box and the first 3 instructions in the fourth box in the right column. Do not go any further. Leave space for them to be finished tomorrow.

See my example below and hide it to write your own version. 

Converting document.

10:30 - Break time

 

11:00 - Maths

LO: To be able to use long multiplication.

Retrieval

Choose A or B. 

 

Main lesson:

Choose section A, B or C (maybe 2 columns if you want to challenge yourself)

 

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - History

LO: To be able to understand how George III and IV are remembered as kings. 

Write a diary entry as one of the King's court explaining what it was like to be lead by George IV.

 

Art challenge - Day 21. A time machine.

Friday 1st May

9:00 - PE with Joe Wickes                          https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ 

 

9:30 - Spellings. Find someone to test you on your spellings. Make sure you get the homophones the right way around! 

 

9:35 - English. 

10 minute book. Spring Workout 6 - pages 40

LO: To be able to write a set of detailed instructions.

Look at the boxing up below.

Today we are going to focus on the introductory paragraph and the list of tools.

We are writing the same set of instructions for the ultimate school and I just want you to focus on the first two boxes in the right column. Do not go any further but make sure you leave enough space for the instructions to be finished next week.

start with the title: The Ultimate School

See my example below too. 

10:30 - Break time

 

11:00 - Maths

LO: To be able to use short multiplication.

Retrieval

Choose A or B. 

 

Main lesson:

Choose section A, B or C (maybe 2 columns if you want to challenge yourself)

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - PSHE

Design a healthy menu for a restaurant, for a runner like AJ (Running on empty).

What foods would a runner need for energy?

What protein would they need? 

Research food groups to create your menu and design it as you wish. 

Make it colourful and appetising.

2:00 - PE

If the weather is nice and you're not too tired after the Joe Wickes PE this morning, you might want to try something off this PE sheet.

The green writing (third page) is for KS2 - us.

Art Challenge - Day 20 - favourite TV show.

Thursday 30th April

9:30 - English. 

10 minute book. Spring Workout 5 - pages 38 and 39.

LO: To be able to find the language, grammar and punctuation used by the author.

First, note down 8 different features used by the author in the text.

Here is one to get you started: rhetorical questions.

 

After that have a go at writing a set of instructions for an event of your choice - keep it sporty.

Use the original example as a guide.

10:30 - Break

11:00 - Maths

LO: To be able to use square  numbers.

Retrieval

Main lesson

1:00 - Geography

LO: To be able to understand how and why a village develops.

Take a look at this website and if the weather is nice go and have a walk to Kings Norton green and have a look at the buildings for yourself (make sure you keep 2m away from anyone else) - you could even have a go at sketching one of them.

 

https://billdargue.jimdofree.com/placenames-gazetteer-a-to-y/places-k/kings-norton/ 

 

Then, in your books, I want you to think about reasons why Kings Norton might be different today and more developed than it was back then.

It originated as farmland and now has shops, houses and schools situated within it. Why might this be? Why is it no longer just a farm, church and pub?

  • a larger population
  • people moving out of the city (Birmingham)
  • building houses in nice areas that have more countryside around them
  • moving for jobs out of the city
  • workers on the farm wanting to live close by.

See if you can think of any other reasons too. Have a research online and see what else you can find.

 

2:00 - Latin

LO: To be able to build Latin sentences.

 Use the slide that has words to help and try constructing 5 sentences or more using words from each of the circles. Remember it is word endings that tell us 'who' so make sure you check up on those.

Art challenge day 19.

Thursday 30th April

Wednesday 29th April

9:00 -PE with Joe 

9:30 - English. 

10 minute book. Spring Workout 4 - pages 36 and 37.

LO: To be able to use the text to write in role.

Imagine you are the owner of the top sports shop in the area and you need to advertise your best running attire (clothing/shoes).

You need to write as the shop owner trying to sell your running gear to AJ from Running on Empty.

 

Example starter which you must make your own and continue:

Come and find your perfect, winning clothing!

This sports shop is the best shop you will ever find. You can not only get the perfect sportswear here, but also the fastest trainers in the world. If you want to be as fast as Usain Bolt, this is the place for you! We have every colour, size and style you could possibly envisage and even make them specifically for you with whichever design you like. You can have your name on your clothes and your shoes or you could have a lucky number; words of encouragement and wisdom. Although these are shoes and clothes of your running dreams, they are also affordable so you can purchase more than one of your ideal item. It is always useful to have a back up pair of shoes!

When you enter our store you will find...

Other things to include - helpful staff, types of clothes and trainers, what to do if they need to be returned, similes of how fast you will be, how this will help you achieve your sporting dreams.

10:30 - Break time

 

11:00 - Maths

LO: To be able to use multiply and divide by 10, 100 and 1000.

Retrieval

Choose A, B or C.

 

Main lesson:

Choose section A, B or C (maybe 2 columns if you want to challenge yourself)

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - RE

LO: To be able to understand that Jesus' death was necessary for us.

Answer these questions in detail in your book after reading the two accounts from both Luke and Matthew below.

Why did Jesus need to die on the cross?

How has that helped all of us?

If it hadn't happened, how would life be different today?

Do you believe it to have been necessary that Jesus has to die?

Luke 23:44-46 

Jesus Dies on the Cross

44 Now it [a]was about the sixth hour, and there was darkness over all the earth until the ninth hour. 45 Then the sun was [b]darkened, and the veil of the temple was torn in [c]two. 46 And when Jesus had cried out with a loud voice, He said, “Father, ‘into Your hands I commit My spirit.’  Having said this, He breathed His last.

 

Matthew 27: 45-56

Jesus Dies

45 At noon the whole country became dark. The darkness continued for three hours. 46 About three o’clock Jesus cried out loudly, “Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani?” This means “My God, my God, why have you left me alone?”[b]

47 Some of the people standing there heard this. They said, “He is calling Elijah.”[c]

48 Quickly, one of them ran and got a sponge. He filled the sponge with sour wine and tied the sponge to a stick. Then he used the stick to give the sponge to Jesus to get a drink from it. 49 But the others said, “Don’t bother him. We want to see if Elijah will come to save him.”

50 Again Jesus cried out loudly and then died.[d]

51 When Jesus died, the curtain in the Temple was torn into two pieces. The tear started at the top and tore all the way to the bottom. Also, the earth shook and rocks were broken. 52 The graves opened, and many of God’s people who had died were raised from death. 53 They came out of the graves. And after Jesus was raised from death, they went into the holy city, and many people saw them.

54 The army officer and the soldiers guarding Jesus saw this earthquake and everything that happened. They were very afraid and said, “He really was the Son of God!”

55 Many women were standing away from the cross, watching. These were the women who had followed Jesus from Galilee to care for him. 56 Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of James and Joseph, and the mother of James and John[e] were there.

 

2:00 - Collective Worship - See PowerPoint.

Today I would like you to draw a rainbow - fill a whole page (plain paper if you have it) and on each colour I'd like you to write who you are praying for.

I will create one too and upload it as an example. Make sure to mention the NHS and put it in your window.

2:00 - Art challenge day 18. Favourite book.

Tuesday 28th April

9:40 - English. 

10 minute book. Spring Workout 4 - pages 34 and 35.

LO: To be able to use the text to create a map.

 

Read the text below and create a text map showing the text in pictures and key words.

Split it into sections like we do in class - see my example below.

10:30 - Break time

 

11:00 - Maths

LO: To be able to use multiplication and division facts.

Retrieval

 

Choose A or B and answer the questions quickly.

What is a prime number? (Only factors are 1 and itself)

 

Main lesson:

Choose section A, B or C (maybe 2 columns if you want to challenge yourself)

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - History

Assessment

This is the final lesson of this unit.

Think about everything we have learnt about the slave trade both in school and whilst you've been at home.

Recap the knowledge organiser before you start and focus on the writing task (essay).

2:00 - Art challenge day 16.

Monday 27th April

9:00 - PE with Joe Wickes                          https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ 

9:30 - Spellings for the week. Put them into sentences at the back of your book.

cereal

serial

father

farther

guessed

guest

morning

mourning

who's

whose

9:40 - English. Work in the booklet with the short date at the top and LO above the title of the text.

10 minute book. Spring Workout 4 - pages 32 and 33.

LO: To be able to identify key events in the text.

Read Goth Girl and the Ghost of a Mouse.

Fill in the table beneath and answer the questions on the back. See below.

  

 

10:30 - Break time

 

11:00 - Maths - Page 21. Complete in maths books. 

Today we have a retrieval so please choose either A or B and answer these in a retrieval section under your LO - just like we do in class.

I will give you the answers later.

 

LO: To be able to solve addition and subtraction problems.

            

 

Remember multiples are numbers within the times table.

Factors are divisible within that number. Often we think of them in pairs, but they are individual factors so don't confuse this! 

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - Science

We have come to the end of our Enzen project and they have asked for any logo entries to be in school ASAP.

With lock down, I know this is difficult but school will be open today and Friday so if you want to make an exciting design you can drop it to school (one person of your family should be doing this). If you are drawing it or doing it on the computer then please send it to me as an image on email and I can send it where it needs to go. This could be a better option anyway.

 

Enzen are a renewable energy company who use wave energy.

Make it clear in your design that this is what they do. 

You may wish to include their name.

 

Possible ideas -

  • use paint
  • can you sew and make it that way?
  • chalk
  • clay
  • can it be baked?
  • computer design
  • pens
  • pencils
  • build it out of cardboard
  • layer it out of cardboard - like we did in art!

I will do an example to show you but please do not copy - be original and make it stand out above the rest!

 

2:00 - Art day 16 challenge.

Friday 24th April

9:00 - PE with Joe Wickes                          https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ 

 

9:30 - Spellings for the week. Get someone to test you on your spellings.

9:40 - English

10 minute book. Workout 14 - pages 30 and 31.

LO: To be able to write a loss/beating the monster story.

Write the short date in the margin and focus on the fourth box in your plan. This is the paragraph for today.

 

We are writing the fourth and fifth paragraph so are writing up the fourth and the final box in your plan. If your box needs to be split into two paragraphs make sure you leave a line or indent so it is clear. You can type it on BGFL if you wish and share it with me or copy it into an email.

Please focus on handwriting, spelling, punctuation and grammar.

Proof read your story after it is finished and send it to me on my email address. Take a photo and send it through or do it online and send it to me there on either s.minchiny5@outlook.com or s.minchin@stpaulrc.bham.sch.uk

 

I want these finished so we can start a fresh next week with a new text.

  

10:30 - Break time

 

11:00 - Maths - Page 20. Complete in maths books. 

LO: To be able to solve number problems.

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - Computing

Follow the link below and click on home activity pack one.

Complete activity one by answering the questions verbally or on a piece of paper.

We will do activity 2 next week.

https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Support-tools/home-activity-worksheets/8-10s/?utm_source=Thinkuknow&utm_campaign=03f521e658-TUK_ONLINE_SAFETY_AT_HOME_21_04_20&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_0b54505554-03f521e658-55306089

 

2:00 - Latin

LO: To be able to construct Latin sentences.

Read through the PowerPoint.

Complete the worksheet below by either printing it and sticking it in or by writing the Latin sentence followed by the English into your books.

 

Art day 15 - A monster.

Thursday 23rd April

9:30 - English

10 minute book. Workout 14 - pages 28 and 29.

LO: To be able to write a loss/beating the monster story.

Write the short date in the margin and focus on the third box in your plan. This is the paragraph for today.

 

We are just writing the third paragraph so only writing up the third box in your plan. If your box needs to be split into two paragraphs make sure you leave a line or indent so it is clear. You can type it on BGFL if you wish and share it with me or copy it into an email.

Please focus on handwriting, spelling, punctuation and grammar.

I have not written the second paragraph so have a look back at our last story to remind you of the structure.

If you are using speech you need to give detail around the speaking. Please don't use too much. Focus very much on the main event and the thoughts and feelings of your main character. Use similes: she felt as sad as a puppy being taken from it's mum. ...like a wave cascading over her...

 

 

 

10:30 - Break time

 

11:00 - Maths - Page 19. Complete in maths books. 

LO: To be able to round.

                      

If you are choosing section C there are decimals. See below on how to do them. We will be starting decimals possibly next week so have a go and see how you get on.

For the section with missing digits, use column method and try to work out which digits would go where. Also, providing you put the decimal back in the correct place, you could almost imagine it isn't there while you do the working out.

 

2:00 - PSHE

 

Have a look on the website and find an activity to do at home with your family.

https://families.jigsawpshe.com/stuck-at-home/

 

2:30 - Art challenge - Day 14. A cut away diagram.

Wednesday 22nd April

9:00 - PE with Joe

9:30 - English

10 minute book. Workout 13 - pages 26 and 27.

LO: To be able to write a loss/beating the monster story.

Write the short date in the margin and focus on the second box in your plan. This is the paragraph for today.

 

We are just writing the second paragraph so only writing up the second box in your plan. If your box needs to be split into two paragraphs make sure you leave a line or indent so it is clear. You can type it on BGFL if you wish and share it with me or copy it into an email.

Please focus on handwriting, spelling, punctuation and grammar.

I have not written the second paragraph so have a look back at our last story to remind you of the structure.

If you are using speech you need to give detail around the speaking.

 

 

10:30 - Break time

 

11:00 - Maths - Page 18. Complete in maths books. 

LO: To be able to round and estimate.

                      

12:00 - lunch

1:00 - Collective worship. See PP below.

1:30 - RE

LO: To be able to make links between Mass and The Last Supper.

Look at the pictures below.

Talk task: What is happening in each picture? What is the same and what is different?

                    

Read the bible passage below from Matthew 26: 17-30.

The Last Supper

17 On the first day of the Festival of Unleavened Bread, the disciples came to Jesus and asked, “Where do you want us to make preparations for you to eat the Passover?”

18 He replied, “Go into the city to a certain man and tell him, ‘The Teacher says: My appointed time is near. I am going to celebrate the Passover with my disciples at your house.’” 19 So the disciples did as Jesus had directed them and prepared the Passover.

20 When evening came, Jesus was reclining at the table with the Twelve. 21 And while they were eating, he said, “Truly I tell you, one of you will betray me.”

22 They were very sad and began to say to him one after the other, “Surely you don’t mean me, Lord?”

23 Jesus replied, “The one who has dipped his hand into the bowl with me will betray me. 24 The Son of Man will go just as it is written about him. But woe to that man who betrays the Son of Man! It would be better for him if he had not been born.”

25 Then Judas, the one who would betray him, said, “Surely you don’t mean me, Rabbi?”

Jesus answered, “You have said so.”

26 While they were eating, Jesus took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and gave it to his disciples, saying, “Take and eat; this is my body.”

27 Then he took a cup, and when he had given thanks, he gave it to them, saying, “Drink from it, all of you. 28 This is my blood of the[a] covenant, which is poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins. 29 I tell you, I will not drink from this fruit of the vine from now on until that day when I drink it new with you in my Father’s kingdom.”

30 When they had sung a hymn, they went out to the Mount of Olives.

 

In your books explain what happened in the last supper. Then in a second paragraph I want you to explain what happens in Mass that is similar to this event in the bible.

2:30 - Art challenge - Day 13. A weird house/building.

Tuesday 21st April

9:00 - PE with Joe

9:30 - English

10 minute book. Workout 12 - pages 24 and 25.

LO: To be able to write a loss/beating the monster story.

 Go back to your story plan from before the holiday and read it through. Make any changes you want to make.

Today we are just writing the first paragraph so only writing up the first box in your plan. If your first box needs to be split into two paragraphs make sure you leave a line or indent so it is clear. You can type it on BGFL if you wish and share it with me or copy it into an email.

Don't forget to give it a title and please focus on handwriting, spelling, punctuation and grammar.

I have written an example first paragraph for you from my plan but be original and do not copy it. See below.

 

  

 

 Here is our poem of the day:

 

10:30 - Break time

 

11:00 - Maths - Page 17. Complete in maths books. 

LO: To be able to add and subtract using column method.

12:00 - Lunch time 

1:00 - Geography

LO: To be able to compare and contrast Kings Norton in the 1890s and 2020. 

Look at the two maps below. One is of Kings Norton now in 2020 and one is from 1890.

Have a look at the photographs too.

 

What has changed?

What is the same? What is different?

Why do you think these things have changed over time?

 

In your books split your page in half with similarities on one side and differences on the other.

Bullet points on each side for what you have seen.

Feel free to complete further research.

Monday 20th April

9:00 - PE with Joe Wickes                          https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ 

9:30 - Spellings - Practise. Practise these words in different ways at the backs of your books.

appreciate

community

privilege

neighbour

government

equipped

soldier

sufficient

system

parliament

10:00 - English

10 minute book. Workout 11 - pages 22 and 23.

 

Working in your English pack, turn to page 11. LO and date at the top of the page.

LO: To be able to retell the story of Azzi in Between.

  Page below for those it hasn’t copied properly for!

 Here is our poem of the day:

11:00 - Break time

11:15 - Maths - Page 16. 

LO: To be able to subtract using the written method.

12:15 - Lunch time 

1:00 - History

LO: To be able to create a fact file on Thomas Clarkson the abolitionist.

For those of you who struggled with the previous lesson, I want you to look back at the last piece of work and make sure you have mentioned the following 5 strategies used by the abolitionists to make people aware of slavery.

  • pamphlets (leaflets)
  • speeches
  • petitions
  • boycotting
  • people talking about their experiences to others

 

Then, create a fact file after having read through the PowerPoint on Thomas Clarkson. Lay it out however you like and feel free to research further and add in more information.

 

2:00 - Art challenge - Day 11. Your mythical creature really could be anything!

Don't forget to email me your work when it's done.

Don't forget to check Mirodo for extra work.

Don't forget to ask if you get stuck.

Don't forget to look at maths answers so that you can correct your work.

Check the new drop down for previous work this half term - Summer.