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9am - 9:30am: PE
PE with Joe Wicks (web link below)
9:30am - 10:30am Maths
For the first 15 minutes you are going to warm up your maths brain using the link below.
For the rest of this session, you are going to complete the Number of the Week (document below).
10:30am - 11am BREAK
11am - 12pm: Literacy: Find out what ‘The Race to the South Pole’ was by watching the short clip on the Royal Museums Greenwich website using the link below (scroll down slightly to find the clip under the subheading: What was the race to the South Pole?). Now read more about the race, making notes as you read, using pages 6-8 The Race to the South Pole of the PDF Antarctic Adventures (document below) Now find out more about the two rival explorers, Robert Falcon Scott and Roald Amundsen, by watching and reading these sources (links below) Based on all you have read and watched, create a non-chronological report which could feature in National Geographic Kids magazine. Try to include as many facts as possible – planning your layout before you start. You may wish to include images or drawings too. Extra information and ideas for your layout can be found on the link below.
12pm- 1pm LUNCH
1pm - 2pm: Topic Work: Today’s topic is Computing. You are going to be learning about the basics of how to know what information you can trust online. The link is below.
2pm - 2:30pm BREAK
2:30pm - 3:00pm: Use this short session to work on one Spice Grid activity and bear in mind that it may take more than one session to complete it.
3:00pm - 3:20pm
Reading for Pleasure And Sing Up practice