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Imagine, Believe, Succeed

Thursday 2nd July 2020

Good Morning 


I hope you are all well. Thank you to those of you who are emailing me this week, it has been lovely reading them and seeing how fantastic you are all doing with your home learning. 


Keep it up! 

Stay safe and happy, 

Miss Sharpe. 

Reciprocal Reading 

Today, you are going to begin reading chapter 12 of Nim’s Island. 


Once you have read today’s pages, you are going to use a dictionary to clarify some words. 

  • weak-kneed

  • cockpit

  • instrument panel 

  • curses

  • dawn

  • tourists 


Today, you are going to draft a conclusion for your non- chronological report. Remember a conclusion is like a summary of your report to bring it to an end and it should not include any new information.


You may look back at yesterday’s example non chronological reports to see an example conclusion paragraph.


Red, Orange, Yellow and Green: Today you will complete a quiz on Addition and Subtraction. Remember everything that you have recapped over the last few days and everything we learnt earlier in the year. Remember, this is all learning that we have covered in class so you should understand the concepts. If you don’t have a printer, write the answers on a piece of paper with the question number in the margin.


Blue 2: Today I would like you to have a go at a Measurement Quiz, as you have now completed all your learning about Measurement. Read the questions carefully and do not look at the answers. You can ask a grown up to mark your quiz when you have finished. 


Blue 1: Today you will be using your subtraction knowledge to find some fact families. Attached is a PowerPoint to work through with an adult so that you understand the methods for working out the answers. Once you have worked through the PowerPoint, you must have a go at answering the questions independently (ask an adult for help if you get stuck).


Today, we are going to be thinking about Jesus and what we know about him. Although the Gospels say a lot about what Jesus said and did, there is no written description of him, and paintings were not done until maybe 150 years after his death. 

All images of Jesus are influenced by the artist’s experiences, beliefs and background.  There is a powerpoint below that talks about Jesus and how people have perceived him and interpreted what they know about him to create a piece of artwork. Read through and look carefully at each slide on the powerpoint, discuss the questions with an adult or answer the questions in writing. 


Your task: Art/RE-

I would like you to create your own picture of Jesus by thinking carefully about what you want to show about Jesus, the setting for the picture and what you want Jesus to be doing. You should explain why you have drawn Jesus like this. One way of doing this is to find some different stories of Jesus to illustrate.