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Monday 11th



Outdoor learning: 

Please go and stand outside. Think about what you can see, hear, smell, feel and taste. Go back inside and write five sentences under these headings: 


What you can hear:

For example, I can hear birds. 


What you can see:


What you can taste:


What you can smell:


What you can feel:


Please watch the short video extract below of Lucy entering Narnia. 

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe - The Wardrobe

Imagine you are Lucy. Try to write five sentences under the following headings: 


What Lucy can see:

For example, Lucy can see snow falling. 


What Lucy can smell: 

Lucy can smell...


What Lucy can taste:

Lucy can taste...


What Lucy can hear: 


What Lucy can feel: 



Please watch the video below. Then, have a go at telling the time on the worksheet. Once you have done that, you can sketch out some clocks on paper and practise drawing the hands on.

Telling the Time Practice for Children - What's the Time?


5 Minute Move Featuring Oliver | The Body Coach TV

Great for all ages.


Please read the following information text on bats. 


To reflect upon and respond to a current social issue.

Look at these pictures and make notes on the things that come into your mind.


The first picture shows someone who is homeless. To be homeless means to have nowhere safe that you are able to call home. There are lots of reasons that a person could become homeless.


The second picture shows refugees. You may have heard about refugees in the news recently. A refugee is a person who is seeking a safe haven (place) after being forced to leave their home. This could be because of violence or war or because they are not allowed to follow their religion.


The final picture shows a child of war.


How do these pictures make you feel?


How do you think the people in the pictures are feeling? 


Draw a speech bubble for each picture. What do you think these people would say?