Wenesday 14th April 2021
Tuesday 13th April 2021
Friday 27th November
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Thursday 26th November
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Today's comprehension is all about Jane Seymour. Carefully read the text and then attempt the questions.
Wednesday 25th November
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Today we are going to complete a reading comprehension all about the Tudors. Carefully read through the text and then attempt the questions. Remember to refer back to the text to support your answers.
To get you into the festive spirit as we rapidly approach December, give this Cosmic Yoga session a try.
Tuesday 24th November
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Read the following extract about the moon then answer the questions on the sheets. Remember to give evidence to back up your ideas and answers.
Work through the attached Powerpoint to learn all about the types of houses that people lived in during Tudor times.
Monday 23rd November
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Use the attached template to write a review of our book 'The Queen of the Falls'
Think about each section carefully, remember to give evidence to back up your opinions and ideas.
Click this link, watch the video and read the webpage all about Henry VIII
Now create a fact file all about him. Remember to use powerful adjectives and adverbs to create a detailed description of this larger than life King.
Friday 20th November
Watch and join in with Cosmic Yoga
Tuesday 17th November
Watch this video - https://vimeo.com/468941522
Watch the video of the Cholita Climbers - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGxxvefRk9A
What are your impressions of Lydia Huayllas? Is she a daredevil? How do you think she felt when she set off up the mountain? (Cordillera Real range, Bolivia) When she reached the top?
Read in ‘Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls’ about the Cholita Climbers.
Look at the purpose of the writing – recount, story, biography about a person who has done something significant. Who is the audience? What details are needed? – description, feelings and opinions.
Research clothes from the Tudor times. Create a collage/mood board inspired by their clothing.
Monday 16th November
https://vimeo.com/468940874 - watch this video
Create a story board about what has happened so far in our class text Queen of the Falls.
Research a number of miniature Tudor portraits, exploring the expression of the subject and how the composition is arranged.
•Portraits are drawings, paintings or photographs of a person’s face and expression.
Friday 13th November
Gap bust from your end of unit check yesterday. Any questions that you struggled with, focus on those. Don't forget to comlete your TTRs games and NumBots.
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Thursday 12th November
Tudor Music complemented the different forms of Tudor Dance. Dancing was an extremely popular pastime during the Tudor era for both the rich and poor people. Dancing in the Tudor era was considered "a wholesome recreation of the mind and also an exercise of the body". The emergence of different styles of music and new musical instruments during the Tudor period, combined with various experiments combining different instruments, led to new dances being created. Tudor dance varied according to the social class. The court dances enjoyed by royalty, nobility and the rich were often imported from Italy, Spain or France.
The poor lower classes enjoyed the more traditional country dances such as the Jig, Morris Dancing, the Brand. These Tudor dances for poor people were closely associated with the customs and festivals celebrated in Tudor England.
Watch this video all about TTudor dancing: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zt4kjxs
Wednesday 11th November
Annie has just arrive in Canada in preperation of her death-defying stunt.
Write questions from a reporter’s POV to ask Annie Edson Taylor about her death-defying feat.
Consider the use of Standard English in the way people would have spoken during this time period.
You are going to write two paragraphs announcing Annie’s arrival to Niagara and describing her intended feat titled, ‘The FEARLESS MRS TAYLOR’.
On the 14th October 1901, people standing on the platform at Niagara Train Station noticed a small crowd gathering around an old lady arriving on the Bay City train. Tentatively, Annie Edson Taylor stepped down from the train, looked up and showed the crowd a heart-warming smile. Miss Taylor has come to Niagara to carry out a death-defying stunt – to go where no man or woman has ever gone before.
In the next few days, Annie Edson Taylor will attempt to conquer the mighty falls. With incredible bravery, she will travel over Niagara Falls in a wooden barrel. Over the last few weeks, this daring stunt was dreamt up by Mrs Taylor herself. It is completely original and has never been attempted before. It is anticipated that crowds of thousands will gather along the shoreline of the river to watch the adventuress complete her stunt. Come to Niagara and see this once in a lifetime event with your own eyes.
Tuesday 10 September
Monday 9th November 2020
Maths lesson is a GB lesson
Here is the worksheet to do with the video
Today you are going to write your letter to Annie that you planned on Thursday.
We are going to listen to a range of courtly Tudor music.
Your task is to identify the instruments that you can hear and describe how the music makes you feel.
I can hear …. this makes me feel … because
The music reminds me of …. because…
Tuesday 29th September 2020
Watch this video: https://vimeo.com/456943660
Complete the sheet
Research 'Kick it Out'. Look on their website under 'About Us'
Your task is to write your own ‘About Us’ page for a young audience.
Who we are
Kick It Out are a charitable organisation in England that works with the FA to tackle racism and discrimination in football. In response to calls to tackle racism from players and fans, we started as a small charity in 1993 but soon became a much larger organisation. For over 30 years, we have been raising awareness of the problems and supporting victims of racism.
Watch this clip: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zx7w2hv
Can you find any soluble and insoluble objects in your house?
Tuesday 22nd September
Watch the video - https://vimeo.com/452570090
Your task today is to create your own brief plan and write a first-person account of Jackie Robinson’s first baseball game for the Brooklyn Dodgers.
Bullet point three paragraphs that show change of time or place.
• Waiting in the dressing room
• Hearing my name called and stepping onto the field
• Going up to bat
As I stood in the dressing room waiting for the game to begin, my heart was hammering in my chest and I had to rub my sweaty palms on the pants of my brand-new no.42 uniform. Through the walls, I could hear the fans’ excitement out on the field and my mind began to race. Was this really happening? Was I really about to make history?
Before I knew it, we were lined up in the tunnel waiting for our names to be called…
Design and Technology
Design your own electrical circuit. Watch the videos to help!
Friday 17th September 2020
Maths - End of unit check
Watch this video and have a go! Enjoy!