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Thursday 4th March 2021

9am - 9:10am: SPaG 


9:10am - 9:55am: English


To write a narrative build-up

In this lesson we will use our character analysis and plans to write a narrative build-up based on the film 'Whale Rider'. Please note that the death of a mother and brother are briefly mentioned in this lesson. If this is a sensitive topic for your child, please make sure they are adequately supervised.


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10am - Zoom


Quick Maths Zoom followed by a World Book Day live 

10:30am - 11am: World Book Day Live - 



Thursday 4th March, 10.30am – World Book Day special – Bringing Reading to Life
Starring: Joseph Coelho & Fiona Lumbers, Tom Fletcher and Lydia Monks and special guest Rob Biddulph
Hosted by Nigel Clarke, TV presenter

11:10am: Celebration Assembly




Celebration Assembly


Join Zoom Meeting:

Meeting ID: 857 7040 8225

Passcode: Celebrate

11:30am - 12pm: Equivalent fractions (2)

12:pm - 12:15pm: Times Tables Poster


A little change from using TTRS - I would like you to create a poster that shows a times table in many different ways. See my poster below to show all the ideas you can include onto your poster. 


Here is a little tick list to think about what to include: 


> Multiplication Facts 

> Division Facts

> Repeated Addition

> Bar Model

> Picture representation


1:15pm - 2:40pm: World Book Day Activities


Today is World Book Day - Below are lots of different activities you can do, the choice is yours. 


For more fun things to explore - check out the World Book Day Website: 


Here are some parts of the website you might be interested in: 

1. - Free Audio Books (scroll down the page to find lots to choose from)

2. - Learn all about how to be an earth warrior! Jess French, author of £1 book Protect the Planet, shares tips on easy everyday changes so that you too can can help protect the planet. Listen to why ‘kindness is key’ and how you can make a real difference with simple solutions! There are also activities too! 

2:45pm - Afternoon Zoom - Catchphrase Game: World Book Day


Make sure you have some paper with you so you can write down your answers and have your quizzing brain ready!