English for Friday 18th Feb- Write a weather report about Storm Eunice based on what you see. Make sure it is at least 3 paragraphs long. You can interview eyewitnesses, quote the Met office and make a prediction about the weekend. If you want to record it instead of writing it that would be brilliant. Please e-mail to Mr Jennings and we can watch/read them after half term.
Geography- Create a Powerpoint presentation about Fairtrade. Explain what it is and give some examples of where it has been a force for good. As an extra challenge put in a slide about how it may not always be viewed as positive! Are there any reasons why it may hold less developed countries back? Why?
Welcome to Spring!! This term our topic is Trading Around The World. In Science we will be studying Earth and Space; looking at the solar system and how the moon planets move around the sun in relation to each other. In Geography we will be focusing on human geography and how different countries trade with each other in a globalised world and what the impact and implications of this are.
In English we will be beginning with the poem Moth by Isabel Thomas before beginning our class text Oranges in No Man's Land by Elizabeth Laird. We will write recounts, explanation texts and narrative texts based on our reading.
Don't forget to keep your skills sharp on TTRS or Hit The Button. I would also like you to review the Year 5/6 spelling list below and see which spellings you need to practise when you come back.
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Curriculum Overview Autumn 21
Working From Home- If you are working from home watch the video to help you. Also write your spellings into sentences in your home learning book.
Silver Birch Homework 30.9.21
Go for a nature walk with some of your family and find 10 signs of Autumn. Collect and create a piece of Art work with them to photograph and send to Mr Jennings or the school office by email.