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Change of plan - there will be a zoom call this morning with Mrs Jessup at 9:00am! Yippeee!heart Remember you still have assembly at 9:40am and a special Zoom/Quiz spectacular with Mrs Harrison at 12:00pm and I will be a part of it too. 


The theme this week is Honesty.

Spend some quiet time this morning with your own thoughts. What does honesty mean to you, why is it important to be honest? 


KS2 assembly with Mrs Huotari / Mr Langley at 9:40am   

‘Safer Internet Day’

Today a live lesson is being shown at 11:00am with the BBC team to celebrate – check it out here and try to tune in live if you can -

Scroll to the Computing section at the bottom of this page to see what other events are on – especially if you are a Liverpool FC fan!


Morning Lessons


Arithmetic – Percentages (Finding 50%, 25%, 10%)

Find the worksheet below for arithmetic – when you open the Twinkl document you will see there are three levels – each sheet increases in difficult. Choose the one, which is right for you.

LO: Continuing to find the percentage of an amount.

Today we are back with the White Rose sessions; begin by watching this video ‘Percentage of an amount (2)’ Remember to pause the video and answer questions as it plays. Once you have finished have a go at today’s worksheet. And remember, just do what you can, if you are finding it difficult then leave those questions and let me know what you need help with.


LO: to write my own book review for Macbeth.

Firstly, I have been SO excited to share this with you – it is my favourite part about studying Macbeth this hilarious, yet very informative (maybe a little cringe) but amazing Macbeth rap! Enjoy Unicorns!

*Warning – the rap does get stuck in your head and you will be singing it a lot!

Shakespeare in Shorts: Macbeth | BBC Teach

An animated version of William Shakespeare's "Macbeth" in a retelling of the classic play set to modern music.This is from the series: Shakespeare in ShortsS...

If you fancy having a go at writing your own Macbeth song, rap or video then please do! These would be great to share. Last year, some of the Unicorns created one to fit the music of Billie Eilish’s song ‘Bad Guy’ and it worked really well.

Activity: Can you write up a book review for Macbeth? I have three formats for you to choose from. Do not worry if you cannot print one off – you can write your own book review straight into your remote learning book.

Extra: Just as a little extra, I have also found a Macbeth word search for you to have a go at completing:


Spend some time reading you own book today – at least 30 minutes. Find somewhere peaceful and relaxing to read.



Join Mrs Harrison and me at 12:00pm for a spectacular quiz – she always produces the best quizzes. I believe there will be a few rounds based on some of the learning we have covered this term and some fun too of course. Don't forget to check app messages as the log in for this zoom is different to usual.yes


Afternoon Lessons


Today is an opportunity for you to explore what you have learnt so far this term about light. Check out the document above, from STEM learning. Read it carefully and then choose one of the following activities:

  • Create a poster or booklet all about ‘Light’. Include all the information/facts you have gathered this term.
  • Can you make key word revision cards? Using words from the vocabulary list?
  • Or try one of the science experiments ‘Making a periscope’, Making Shadow pictures’ or ‘Making rainbows’.



Today we celebrate – ‘Safer Internet Day’. There was a live lesson with the BBC today at 11:00am – did you manage to catch it? If not it should be available for you to watch again here -


Follow this link too for another video from the safer internet campaign 2021 all about what you can or cannot trust on the internet -


Another virtual event in partnership with Liverpool (FC) – 1:30-2:30pm. LIVE today! On Safer Internet Day, we are working in partnership with Liverpool FC to stream an exciting live event for young people aged 9-11. This will include exclusive content from Liverpool Football Club – virtual tours, footage from players and the community, as well as Mighty Red – in addition to lots about Safer Internet Day and this year’s theme.

Follow the link here:


Hope you have all had a great day, keep in touch and remember to send any work you may have to me, if you can – See you tomorrow at 9:00am.heart

Mrs Jessup. xx