Good Morning Unicorns!
Did you know?
Your blood is as salty as the sea!
Join me at 9:00am for our Zoom and reflection. I have a video to share with you about music and how it can evoke different emotions in us. Incase you cannot join us - I shall share the video below.
If we have time today we shall also begin looking ahead at today’s arithmetic paper.
The theme this week is understanding.
LO: to interview a character from Macbeth (Hot-seating task).
Today, I need you to come up with some questions for Lady Macbeth! Your activity is that simple – think carefully about what questions you would ask her, write them down in your remote learning book. And make sure you have your questions ready for the 12:00pm zoom call.
LO: to listen carefully to a text and answer simple questions.
What did it take to be one of Henry VIII’s six wives? Another funny but very informative video about Tudor History. Watch and listen to the clip carefully.
Who was Margery Horseman?
Can you name Katherine Parr’s sister?
What was designed in the Great Hall for Anne Boleyn?
Where was Anne Boleyn executed?
Why did Henry VIII always remember Jane Seymour forever?
Today is the fifth Arithmetic Test for this term – How did you get on last week? Join me for our Zoom at 12 where I will be looking at some of the questions from Today’s paper. Remember you can go to the ‘PiXL resources’ tab to find the arithmetic test answers for self-marking – no peaking before!
We LOVE Arithmetic!
LO: To begin to find the percentage of an amount.
Please follow the link to today’s video for your learning ‘Percentage of an amount (1)’ https://vimeo.com/497642809
Watch the video carefully, pausing to answer questions when you are asked to do so. Here is the worksheet and answers from White Rose to accompany today’s lesson:
Extra Maths Zoom:
Unicorns, a small number of you have been invited to a Maths Zoom lesson today, which should help you – very similar to the boosters in school. This is at 10:30 am today via Zoom.
If you too are struggling with the Maths but have not been sent an invitation to join us then please email me: email@example.com so I can add you to the group.
LO: to read and learn about famous London Landmarks.
Take a careful look at this simple map of London – displaying the different famous landmarks in London that we have today.
Can you answer this key question…?
What buildings from the 1500s- 1600s are still in London now?
Research and make notes on each London Landmark:
Where in London can you find it?
When was it built?
Any interesting information?
Here is an observational art activity created for you by Mrs Harrison.
There were lots of Tudor based activities yesterday afternoon for you to choose from. If you have time today, see if you can go back and have a go at any of the tasks you did not do.
KS2 Assembly at 2:40pm.
Hope you have all had another fantastic day, cannot believe tomorrow is Friday! Looking forward to seeing you all in the morning.
Mrs Jessup. xx