Christmas Holiday Homework
Click below for a summary of the homework your teacher has set you for the holidays.
Microsoft Teams Assignments (Dec 2020)
Please log in to your Microsoft Teams accounts for full details of the following two homework activities:
1. R.E.: Please add your short responses to an assignment which is related to the differences between 'natural' and 'moral' evil
2. Science: Please complete a 'Sway' presentation about either 'Rockets' or an astronaut of your choice.
PSHE: Keeping Ourselves Healthy (Set on 03.11.20)
Log in to Microsoft Teams to see full details of this activity. Remember that completed poster will need to be photographed and submitted using Teams, too.
The deadline for bringing in completed posters (and submitted photographs of them) is 10.11.12
October Half-Term Homework
This summary of your homework has already been uploaded to your MS Teams account but another copy is available below.
Black History Month: 'Sway Presentation'
At school, children have begun using a digital presentation tool called Sway. At home, they should continue their research on a chosen significant figure from Black History and add further content to the 'Sway' they are creating.
Your teacher will let you know very soon how to submit and share your finished work.
Microsoft Teams Assignments (Set on 07.10.20)
Log in to your Teams account for details of the following two assignments. Check your account regularly, too, for further 'mini-quizzes' which support your in-class learning:
1. Picture Activity: 'Me ... Reading!' (due on Weds 14th October)
2. PowerPoint Activity: 'Sir Isaac Newton' (due on Weds 14th October)
History (Set on 17.09.20)
As historians, we need to be able to make links between the different history topics we study across the years whilst we are at primary school. It is especially important that we develop a sense of 'Big Picture' CHRONOLOGY so we know, for example, that the Stone Age came before the Iron Age, the Romans came after the Ancient Greeks and the Victorians came after the Tudors.
Your task is to create a 'Big Picture' History Timeline. You should aim to include the history topics you have studied at school and, possibly, some additional topics and/or some significant events or people from history. Correctly ORDERING everything you include is more important than including dates. Your finished timeline should be handed in on Thursday 1st October.