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

Thursday 7th January


Copy out the passage below in your best handwriting. Look carefully at the size and position of each letter and also how it joins to and from the letters next to it. Try to make your writing the same as the text!


L.O. To know the intentions of an author's choices. 

Read the conversation below between Mole and Rat talking about the Wild Wood. Think about these questions:

  • What is the relationship between Mole and Rat?
  • What do you find out about the Wild Wood?
  • What does the writer want us to think about the Wild Wood?
  • How does he use the dialogue to do this?

If you want to print out the conversation and write notes on the paper, you can do, or just write notes on a piece of paper. 

If you are able to, access the link to the padlet below to write down your thoughts. I will be online checking the padlet between 9:30 and 10:30 if you would like some live feedback! If you can't get on during this time, I will still be checking back in during the day. 

To use the padlet, click on the pink + button on the bottom right of the screen. (See the picture below) You will then have a box to write in. Write your name as the title in the top box so I can see who's work it is, then you can write your ideas in the main part of the box. 


L.O. To know what a river is

This term in Geography, we will be learning all about rivers, which goes with our English, The Wind in the Willows. 

Complete the cover sheet as we usually do (or create your own similar one) then, work through the powerpoint below and watch the videos from the links to find out how rivers form.

The task in the powerpoint is to create your own diagram or model of the course of a river from the source to the mouth. 

I look forward to seeing your creations!