This week, we have linked the English tasks to mark National Windrush Day (22nd June 2020).
What is the Windrush? Click here for more information.
Task 1- Grammar
Complete the tasks on BBC Bitesize to practice using commas.
Task 2 – Comprehension
Task 3 – Writing
Write a diary entry from the perspective of someone arriving in Great Britain from the Caribbean.
Task 4 – Writing
Complete some more research on the Windrush generation and create a presentation of that information. You could create a powerpoint, a non-chronological report or some short video clips explaining what you’ve learnt!
This week’s activity – Converting units of time
Whose Birthday is it?
Five friends were all born in the same year. Read the clues to work out the month and day of the week that each person was born.
Read the clues and record your answers onto the table.
Click on the links below to complete additional tasks linked to this week’s objective.
Air resistance experiment
For this experiment, you will need:
- Paper or card
- Outdoor space or space to move if possible
Do you feel a larger force of air resistance with or without the card?
What could you change to alter how much air resistance you feel?
- Make a list of as many as you can.
Write your ideas as questions.Two ideas are given below to start you off:
- How fast you run
- If the card is bent or flat.
2. Test all your predictions, outside if possible.
3. Record your results on the table below.
4. Now, think about what your results tell you and write down:
- What did you find out?
- Was your prediction correct?
- Is there a pattern in the results?
- How could you improve your results?
- bridal (wedding)
- bridle (horse)
- complement(ed) (her scarf/her outfit – linked to root word complete)
Have a go at creating spelling pyramids for each word! Or try some other shapes and colours. (boat, star, smiley face etc). We look forward to seeing what you create!
Stay safe online!
Watch the video to remind you about the ways you need to protect yourself online.