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Wednesday 17th June

Wednesday Word

 

Join me this morning for a live Wednesday Word via Zoom. The details are on my blog. 

Please remember to show your first name and initial so that I can see who is joining the meeting. I will be recording the meeting and uploading it onto the school website later in the day. If you do not wish to be seen, please turn off your camera. Names are not displayed on the recording.

I hope to see you later!

English

L.O. To understand a text.

Re-read (or listen) to the story from yesterday. There are some different questions for you to answer on the sheet below. Remember that you need to answer in full sentences. You can answer them in your yellow book. Have a go at writing some questions of your own as well and seeing if somebody else at home can answer them. Or, ask them on the blog and answer each other's questions!

Maths

L.O. To understand angles

Go to MyMaths for a bit more work on angles. I'm sure that you're getting the hang of them by now! Catch up on any old ones too. 

R.E.

L.O. To understand the symbolism of baptism

Last week, you found out a little about all of the Sacraments in the Catholic Church. Now, we will find out in a little more detail about some of them, starting with baptism. Work through the presentation below to find out about the symbolism of baptism. On the sheet, see if you can match up the name of the symbol, the image and the description for each one. You can also follow the link to RE:Quest to watch a video of a real baptism. 

If you have been baptised, maybe you could ask your parents to talk to you about what happened. Perhaps you have some photographs, a special candle and white garment that you could look at and discuss. 

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