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Thursday 18th June


Jon me for fun and games and a catch up with friends at 10:15.  The details are on the blog.

Hope to see you there!


The Duchess of Cambridge  is delivering a special assembly today at 11:00 through the Oak National Academy.  If you can't make it at 11:00, it will be available after this time. The link is below:


L.O. To order events in a story and to learn new vocabulary

Still thinking about the Mission Possible story, have a look at the story mountain and see if you can order the events. Can you remember the 5 parts of the story mountain? The second activity is about understanding new vocabulary.


L.O. To describe 3D shapes

Watch the video below to learn about three dimensional shapes and what words you can use to describe them. 

Can find different 3D shapes in your home? Which is the most common shape?


Try to draw and describe the shapes you find using the words: faces, edges and vertices or corners. There is a sheet you can complete too. 

Extra challenge: Can you create 3D shapes using a modelling material that you have at home such as playdough or lego? Can you describe them using mathematical vocabulary?


How to Describe 3D Shapes


L.O. To learn about the Great Barrier Reef

Last week, you learned where the main cities of Australia are. You also found out that Australia is a huge and varied country. Today, let's explore one of the most famous natural features of Australia: the Great Barrier Reef.

Do some research to find out about the Great Barrier Reef. David Attenborough's Reef in the link below is a fascinating way to discover the reef!

Then, it's up to you to present what you have found out. Maybe you could write a report, a poem, make a poster or a model. You could include information about the whole reef or about one particular part that you found most interesting.