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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 be playing ‘An Odd Game’. Document below. Don’t forget to use the Year 6 instructions and resources.
10:30am - 11am BREAK
11am - 12pm: Literacy: Explore Ernest Shackleton and one of the most remarkable survival stories of all time by reading (page 5 Ernie’s Endurance to the end of Trial 8 on page 7) of Science of Survival: Ouch! Extreme Feats of Human Endurance by Georgina Phillips (document below). Further information about Ernest Shackleton can be found here Britannica Kids – Ernest Shackleton (link below). Now watch and enjoy a short video clip based on Shackleton’s 1914 expedition here National Geographic – Shackleton’s Journey (link below). After watching, create a narrative (or voice-over) which could accompany this clip. You may wish to do this as: • The Story of Shackleton’s Endurance Expedition – write a story of the expedition which can be read alongside the clip. OR• Imagining the clip is for a film trailer, create the voice over advertising the film to be released in the cinema. Once you have written the script, have a go at reading it over the clip – making sure it fits in the time and you get all your information across to your viewer and listener.
12pm- 1pm LUNCH
1pm - 2pm: Topic Work: Today’s topic work is Geography. You are going to be learning about the Lake District, including where it is and what it is like. 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