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

Wednesday 24th June

PE: Start your day with a PE lesson from Joe Wicks


The City of Silence - Activity 14

LO: Performing one of your pieces of work

Poems and creative writing really come alive when they are read out loud and performed. You could just do this for yourself, or for your family or record it and send it to other people you know to cheer them up or inspire them to do their own. What I would like is for you to send through to us any performances you do.  You will have today and tomorrow to practise, prepare, perform, video and send.  You can be a light, dark, dramatic, peaceful as you like.

Top tips for performing your writing:

  1. Know your writing/poem really well, off by heart if possible, so you can focus on the performance
  2. Think about the tone of voice you are going to use on certain words or lines. Can you slow down, speed up or emphasise certain parts?
  3. As you are reading your work aloud, you may hear certain parts that don’t sound quite right. This is a chance for you to edit and improve!
  4. Be confident and enjoy it! Try not to re-record yourself 1,000 times trying to make it perfect.
  5. Speak really clearly so that your audience can hear each precious word.


★ Now be brave and have a go at performing one of your poems.

Year 5/6 Maths

LO: Multiply decimals by 10 100 1000

Have a go at the game, watch the video, then see how you get on with the questions.

Year 6 Maths

LO: Area of parallelograms

You know what to do. smiley

Art-  Draw with Rob

In a completely unrelated (random) theme for our art lesson, why not have a go at joining Rob Biddulph in drawing his wonderfully titled: 'Furry Purry Beancat'. 

The title of this piece is, of course, the reason it has been picked.


Furry Purry Beancat