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Good Morning Unicorns!heart

Why did the cookie go to hospital?

Because he felt crummy.


Join me at 9:00am for our Zoom – today we shall share reflection together and you may notice I am in a slightly different location today! In our reflection we are going to do a 'draw your feelings' activity. I have saved the link for the video we will watch below, incase you miss us at 9:00am. heart


The theme this week is Courage and we are thinking about our mental health. 

Draw Your Feelings - Children's Mental Health Week 2021

Morning Lessons


First, have a go at these questions:


3/5 ÷ 2 =

2/3 x 4 =

5/6 ÷ 2 =

3/5 x 3 =

7/9 ÷ 5 =

2/4 x 6 =

2/5 ÷ 4 =

4/8 x 7 =

LO: finding equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages.

Today we move on slightly to equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages. This is a fairly tricky concept, but do not be alarmed and just have a go! Start the lesson by watching the White Rose video which should guide you well, ‘Equivalent FDP’

After you have watched the video here are the worksheets to continue the lesson on equivalent FDP:

If you are finding the worksheets from White Rose too tricky today then please do not worry. Look at these resources I have got from you from Twinkl. The first is a Fractions, Decimals and Percentages poster. It shows the key ones that you need to know and learn, maybe use this to design your own poster that will help you in the future? The second sheet is a ‘FDP’ matching activity that you can try.


Similar to last week, today have a good go at learning your spellings. Choose one of these three activities from the activity sheet to help you learn this week’s spellings:




LO: to focus on the Character and development of Lady Macbeth.

To begin today’s lesson you will need to watch Episode 7 of the BBC Macbeth animation ‘Preparing for battle’.

Key questions:

How do you think Lady Macbeth is feeling?

Why is she feeling this way?

Why does she seem to be losing her mind?


Activity: Can you create a timeline for Lady Macbeth? Include the events throughout the story, what part she has played and how her character has changed or developed since the start. Look at this timeline for inspiration (it’s a fairly simple one, you can add more details to yours):


Join me at 12:00pm for our Zoom call before lunch – hope to see lots of your lovely faces.


Afternoon Lesson.

I have saved a few activities all about ‘The Tudors’ for you to have a go at this afternoon, you can do as many as you like! Remember- anything you do and would like to share please email to me:

Design and Technology:

Why not try a bit of cooking? I know getting to the shops may be difficult but some of you may have some of these ingredients at home already, or you may want to add your own flavours.

Jumbles were a Tudor favourite treat! Follow the link to a recipe I found:

Tudor week featured on the BBC’s Great British Bake Off a few years ago – you may be able to find some clips from this episode on YouTube or the BBC iPlayer.



Have a listen to some Tudor music:

Maybe you can listen along whilst you get on with another activity?

Try to answer some of these questions:

  • What do you like or dislike about the music?
  • What instruments can you hear being played?
  • Is it very different to music we listen to today? If so, why?



Take a look at the Tudor buildings sheets here: can you research Tudor homes?

Answer the following questions:

  • What is different about the buildings compared to modern buildings built now?
  • What do you notice about the buildings?
  • Do they have anything in common?
  • Have you ever been to any of these Tudor buildings in England?
  • Can you tell me about one of them?



As we did at the start of the term for William Shakespeare – can you create a quiz all about ‘The Tudors’? You can base your quiz on one aspect of the Tudors like, ‘Tudor punishment’, ‘Queen Elizabeth 1’ or ‘Henry VIII’ or you can do a mixture of Tudor based questions.

Like last time it is up to you how you do it, you could use, PowerPoint, Word, Video (i-movie) or write your own quiz by hand? It would be great to share some of these over zoom again.


I hope you have enjoyed the Tudor themed afternoon and found lots to keep you occupied. I am super excited to see your work. See you all tomorrow.

Mrs Jessup. xx