This week, to start off our 'Blue Planet' topic, I'd like you to write a non-chronological report about an ocean animal of your choice!
There are lots of great websites that you can use for research - I found National Geographic and WWF particularly useful.
I've done a WAGOLL to show you what one looks like!
There will be an activity to complete each day on My Maths, with a focus on angles and shapes this week. If you are unable to access My Maths please get in contact with Mr Winter.
There are two non-fiction comprehension activities to complete this week:
This week Miss E-T has set you a project combining French and Geography - check out the documents below for more details of your challenge!
To start off our 'Blue Planet' topic, I'd like you to label the continents and oceans on this world map. If you have an Atlas at home, this would be a great place to start, but if you don't, you should be able to find the information you need online!
Can you construct this ocean food chain?
Have a look at the Bitesize page on Food chains to help you.
This is tricky, and might require some research - there is an answer page included, but if yours does not completely match, it doesn't matter!
I will set some coding challenges on Purple Mash to be completed each day. Remember to submit your work once it is completed!
Below are this week's challenges from Notts School Games - Athletics and Cross Run!