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Friday 19th June

Friday 19th June

Hi everyone! I hope that you are all OK at home. Please keep in touch and let me know how you are getting on. Even if it just to say hi! I hope that you all have a lovely weekend!

 

**Please just do what work you can and please please don’t worry if you don’t do it all.  I’d rather give you lots to keep you busy than not enough. If you wish to do alternative activities, that is also absolutely fine. Just do what is right for your family situation. Also, if you get stuck or are unsure, please just ask me. **

 

 Today’s activities are as follows:

  1. Complete Day 48 spelling activity and a grammar on Purple Mash 2Do.
  2. 30 minutes Read Theory – take your time and do not rush. Remember your are aiming for 80% or above.
  3. If you have an IDL log in...use it each day and complete the lessons.

 

Maths - Below, I have attached a worksheet based on addition and subtraction. We have covered this in school so it will be a useful revision exercise for you.

There is a video on: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6jhpg8 to help.

Please complete the worksheet if you can. You don’t have to print it off, just record your answers and working out in your green book or do them on the squared paper I gave you and stick them into you green book. The answers for yesterday’s work are there too for you to self-mark and I will post up the answers for today’s work for you next week.

 

Writing - Theme: Hygiene, Health and Heroes

 

Watch the video, ‘For the Heroes: A Pep Talk From Kid President’ here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgF1Enrgo2g

After watching, write down what an ‘everyday-hero’ means to you.

Think about someone you consider to be an ‘everyday hero’ during this current time in lockdown. This could be:

  • someone you know personally, such as a family member, friend or teacher
  • someone you have seen on the news, such as Captain Tom Moore – watch this Newsround clip to find out more: https://www.bbc.co.uk/newsround/52277760
  • a whole team of people, such as people working in your local hospital.

 

Once you have selected your everyday hero, write a letter to say thank-you to them personally.

When writing your letter, make sure you include the following:

- An opening greeting

- An initial sentence/paragraph outlining why you are writing to this person / people

- Additional paragraphs giving reasons as to why they are your everyday hero

- A concluding paragraph – summarising your reasons / reiterating your thanks

- A suitable sign off – this will be different depending on who you are writing your letter to.

Once you have written your letter – consider sending it to the person via post. You may even get a reply!

 

Computing – Networks

Using the 2Do activity set on Purple Mash, research and found out about Tim Berners-Lee and the age of the internet. Then complete the online profile about him.

French - Qu’est-ce qu’il mange? (What did he eat?)

 

Look at the PowerPoint slide attached below. Practise with another person in your household asking what he/she ate and replying using the words grande (big) and petite (small). Use the food card prompts below to help you also.

 

Any completed work can be emailed (jenny.collier@st-stephens.lancs.sch.uk) or dojo’ed to me.

 

And as always, any questions please just ask.

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