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Week 6 11/05/20


Solids, Liquids and Gases


What is happening in the photo? Explain your scientific thinking in your book. Then watch the following clip:

Introduce the idea of the Water Cycle through the following clip:

Complete the Water Cycle worksheet or draw your own version in your book.


The Romans

Look at the attached map. Can you compare the Roman place names to places names today?

Then scroll down Roman life on the BBC website. Look at the town and consider the uses of the different buildings.

Make a fact file to show what you have found out. Use photos, illustrations, labeled diagrams and words to explain your findings.



Look at the PowerPoint to show and explain Roman mosaics.

Either, create your own mosaic using small pieces of paper, Lego and other tile shapes or complete one of the attached mosaic colouring sheets.


Keep rehearsing our class song from last week. Follow the backing track and the attached notes. Send your recordings to:

Please help, we only have 3 videos so far.


Listen to Peer Gynt, The Hall of the Mountain King (this can be found on YouTube or Spotify). Close your eyes. What instruments can you hear? What is the tempo and timbre of the piece like? What does it make you think of and feel? Draw a picture of what you think the story is that is being told.


Use toys, recycled materials or an old potato to turn into a model of yourself. Take a photo and send it to the class address. Can your friends guess who you are from your creation? Add a few clues to help them along.


Judaism- Who inspires you?

Read or watch the story of Moses receiving the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai (Exodus chapters 19 and 20).  The Covenant between God and His people included the 10 Commandments as a set of rules to live by.  Jews believe that the rules they live by are their side of the covenant.

Watch clips of Jews following some of the rules found in Exodus, eg, or any Jewish festival/meal not covered by another year group ( has some excellent clips).  Identify the Jewish laws and compare to non-Jewish meals, festivals, gatherings.  Record findings as a power point presentation, poem, piece of drama, instruction booklet.