Weekly Timetable (18/05/20)
Hope you're all doing well and staying safe. This will be your last week of home learning (for a while) as next week is half term. Enjoy yourselves, be good and keep dancing!
Number of the Week: 1
Taking 6-grid figure references...
If you google Anne Hathaway, be careful not to confuse her with the award-winning actor from the Princess Diaries, Les Miserable and many other great films. (I'll be honest, I was a little perplexed to begin with too!)
NCETM activity (Tuesday)
This is a regular pentagon. Two angles (108° and 36°) are shown. Which other angles can you work out? Explain your reasoning.
Watch the video below or read the Pentecost story and reflect on it. Imagine you had been a member of the crowd that day and had heard the call.
The focus of Pentecost is what Jesus taught us about how to be a good friend and repenting from sin.
Why not make a friendship bracelet for a friend that you miss or a paper-chain. Are there any other ways you can think of to show your friendship?
Brightness Concept Cartoon (Thursday)
Some hilarious (if I do say so myself) activities to try at home...
Solve this riddle: Where can you find cities, towns, shops, and streets but no people?
Your secret challenge this week (ssssh!)
Set and clean the table for dinner daily
What is full of holes but still holds water? A sponge!
Some useful links...
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Don't stress about schoolwork. In June, we will get your children back on track. I am a teacher and that's my superpower. So right now I need you to share your calm, strength and laughter. No children are ahead. No children are behind. Your children are exactly where they need to be (at home in lockdown!)
Miss Donnelly, Kerry and Mrs Kemp xxx
It will all be alright in the end, if it's not alright, it's not the end x
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