Good morning Griffins,
We hope you and your families are all keeping well.
This is the last day of home learning that we will set for the next two weeks (Easter Hols).
If you are still looking for things to work on you can go back over any of the previous days and see if there is anything you want to complete. There are some new resources on the main homework page of the website, these include a playground design competition.
We miss you all greatly x
Mr and Mrs Langley, Mrs Barden
Theme : Thankfulness
“In all things, give thanks.”
1 Thessalonians 5:18
Be thankful for the people around you and all of those who are supporting us at this time.
Reading: Find a quiet spot and read for 20 mins. Write down any words you don't understand and then ask someone to explain them to you or use a dictionary to find the meaning of them.
Class Book: ‘The Promise’ by Nicola Davies
Finish your book making session from yesterday if you have not already finished it.
Here is Mrs Langley's unfinished book...
If you have done this begin the Science fact sheet detailed below, there is a lot of information to read and listen to before you can start!
Multiplying non-unit fractions by an integer (whole number)
Complete the questions from the worksheets at the bottom of this page.
There are developing, expected and greater depth sheets with the answers on the last page.
To work these out follow the same principles as yesterday's learning.
Watch ReachOut reporter Science news: https://www.reachoutreporter.com/
Lifecycle of an insect
Creat a fact sheet about................the 'Bee Fly.' Include information about the lifecycle.
Watch the following video to pick up some information: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01crtcb
Look at this fact sheet for information about this insect's gruesome life cycle: https://www.brc.ac.uk/soldierflies-and-allies/bee-flies
An ID sheet where you can also find information: https://www.brc.ac.uk/soldierflies-and-allies/sites/www.brc.ac.uk.soldierflies-and-allies/files/Bombylius%20ID%20guide.pdf
Keep an eye out for a video showing this amazing insect in our school grounds!!!
Video update: I have been looking out for the Bee flies at different times today. Unfortunately the air temperature is too cold for them today and I haven't seen any!
I will look again in the middle of next week!