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Aspire not to have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero

Thursday 25th June


Join me for a catch up and a few games on zoom today at 10:00! Get the details from my blog.


L.O. To  recognise and use verbs

Before you get onto planning your story next week, a final reminder about grammar and choosing words carefully.  Work through the sheet below. It won't take you very long. If you would like, you could write some extra sentences using the verbs that you find and also thinking about the adjectives that you were using earlier in the week. 

Extra Music!

There is a live singing workshop with David Lawrence from Young Voices this morning at 11:00. It is live through Facebook so you will need to ask if you can log on to watch it. I will be online and will be requesting a shout out for us! It will be available later on YouTube: just search for Young Voices at home. There are loads of great singing sessions with fun warm ups. I hope to see you online later!


L.O. To plot co-ordinates

Hopefully, you are all becoming experts in reading and plotting co-ordinates by now, so here's a little picture challenge for you. Watch the Loom video to hear the explanation. The sheets that you need are underneath. You can choose whichever level that you think you are working at (or do all 3!). Don't forget to colour them in when you have finished and share your work with us all!


L.O. To understand where Australian people live 

Last week, you found out about the Great Barrier Reef, a huge natural feature of Australia. Today, we will find out a little about the people of Australia and whereabouts they live in the country. Work your way through the powerpoint and then see if you can complete the worksheet. There are a few extra challenges at the bottom of the sheet if you are feeling inspired to learn more!