Please try to record your work in your home learning book, writing the date and WALT as a title, for each lesson e.g.
Wednesday 6th January
WALT: Describe the water cycle
You may be working from home but we still expect you to work just like the superstars you are in school, so keep that handwriting neat!
Don't forget to do some exercise at some point in your day. We have put links for Joe Wicks Workouts and Go Noodle websites at the bottom of the Remote Education Provision page.
Miss Rose, Mrs Burton, Mr Gilbert and Mr Russell
Set yourself a 10 minute timer and try to bead Mr Russel's Tip Top Times Table challenge!
Once you're done, you can mark your answers with an adult using the answer sheet.
Re-read the playscript from Oliver Twist. Draw the table in your book and complete the Summarise and Predict sections.
If you have some spare time, then read your own book too for a short time.
In this lesson we will learn about the three different stages of a river's course - the upper, middle and lower course. We will also learn the different features and processes you will find along a river.
By the end of the lesson you will have learnt a number of key vocabulary and what they mean as well as drawing your own diagram of a river.