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W/C 29th June 2020


WALT: Understand that the Sacraments are a meeting with Jesus and recognise that in the Sacraments we receive Jesus’ great love.

WALT: Recognise people who use their gifts to help others and what we can learn from them.  


We are using White Rose Maths  - Summer Term Week 8 (Alternative).


All the resources you need are below.


Please take the time to watch the videos, they explain the learning very well and will help you to remember it. 




Look at the resource below.

Remember you are only doing week 5 this week!


This week we are focusing on the poem: 'Be the Change - Ways I have Raised Money This Year', which you can find on page 31 of the booklet.


This week you will :

  • answer questions using information from the poem
  • create a poster including key information
  • answer grammar questions
  • practise spelling words and use some in your own sentence


In Guided Reading this week we will be looking at Chapter 5 of Escape from Black Mountain. This has been allocated to you on Bug Club. 


Please find daily worksheets below to go with the chapter.


WALT: Name the different parts of a flower.


WALT-  Understand historical concepts such as continuity and change, cause and consequence, similarity, difference and significance, and use them to make connections.


Activity 1-

Use a range of different source materials, including the web (links below) to find out how and why Stone Age people evolved from hunter-gatherers to farmers. Now create an advert for the sale of a small settlement and farm, which highlights the benefits of a more modern way of life.


Challenge: Do you think this improved the environment or damaged it? 


Activity 2-

If you were to be a hunter gatherer now, what plants would you use that grow near you now?

Design and Technology 

In the stone age they used to use natural things to dye their clothing. Can you research what natural plants/fruits/spices you could use to dye fabric. Create a poster on the different natural things that could be used or what they would have used and what colours they might make. 


Challenge- If you have a plain white piece of cotton or fabric, try to use different natural plants/fruits/spices to dye the fabric. 

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