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We continue to reflect on honesty. One part of honesty is called integrity. Integrity is not only being honest but is also about keeping to your morals and your beliefs. It is also about sticking to these values and keeping to them.

Have a reflection about if you have kept your integrity since lockdown. Have you kept to what you believe in? Have you followed your beliefs and not changed your mind on things? Talk to God and share with him if you are keeping to your beliefs and morals.



Today we are continuing to explore and look at fractions. Today we are looking at the last of our three days on equivalent fractions. There is a link to the videos found here


Alongside working through the video content, there is also a work sheet that will expand on recognising and calculating equivalent fractions in a range of different ways as well as sorting and ordering them as well.


Today Shackleton and his small team have reached South Georgia to find the Whaling Station for help in rescuing his remaining crew. That next section of our book is below. Remember as you read to make a note of language or phrases you want need to research.

Using the images what was the environment of South Georgia like? What did the small team have to encounter and cross? Create a word cloud of the environment (the mountains and cliffs). Think about the adjectives and synonyms for what you see, smell, hear, taste and touch.


The pictures below are of South Georgia mountains, they may help out.


Imagine you have just made that death defying sled journey down the mountain side into the unknown below. What do you think that would have been like? What would it have felt like? How would you have felt? How did you emotions change as you travelled? Did you trust Shackleton in that moment? Create a diary entry about that event.


Today we are going to put all of our learning on solids, liquids and gasses to the test.


Imagine this:


We are on a trip to a local secondary school to do some science.


As we sit down and get ready to learn, the door slams behind us and a lock is heard clicking closed.




A speaker by the board come to life....


"Welcome to mylaboratory Dragons Class," comes the voice of Professor Jago, "I have trapped you all here because you are all to good at Solids, Liquids and Gasses and I need you gone!!"


"The door has a 8 digit code that you will never be able to guess alone but to help you I have hidden 8 different clue tasks across your school website

labelled DRAGONS ESCAPE CLUE. You need to find and solve all the clues to escape from this lab!"


"The clues will be findable from 8am tomorrow morning (so no looking over night) and to make it easier again for you, the first clue is below for you to look at! If you haven't escaped with the code by 3pm on Wednesday you will be trapped inside this lab for ever!!"