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  • Caterpillars: 344
  • Butterflies: 364
  • Dragonflies: 578
  • Hedgehogs: 323
  • Squirrels: 515
  • Badgers: 760
  • Foxes: 597
  • Otters: 468
  • Kingfishers:
  • Woodpeckers: 296
  • Falcons: 213
  • Kestrels: 569
Class Attendance
  • Caterpillars 93.3%
  • Butterflies 83.7%
  • Dragonflies 93.6%
  • Hedgehogs 94.3%
  • Squirrels 96.2%
  • Badgers 98.3%
  • Foxes 89.7%
  • Otters 94.6%
  • Kingfishers 94.4%
  • Woodpeckers 91.9%
  • Falcons 95.3%
  • Kestrels 92%
Overall Attendance: 0

Wednesday 13.05.20

Horrible Histories | Henry VIII does Historical First Dates

How will Henry VIII get on with his date Catherine of Aragon... his dead brother's wife. Awks! Catch up with everything Horrible Histories: http://www.bbc.co...

English & History

 

Well, it should come as no surprise that today you will be writing paragraph 3 of your non-chronological report and today it will be on Henry VIII. Now this should be a longer paragraph as you’ll need to include details of all of his wives (and there were a lot of them!)

 

I would like you to make sure you include details relating to the following questions:

 

What was his full name?

When did he reign?

How long did he reign for?

How many wives did he have?

What were they called?

What happened to them? (detail please!)

Did he have any children?

What was he like?

When did he die?

 

Now, you could write forever on this chap because he really did do a lot of nasty stuff, but to help you out a bit, I’ve added a couple of great links for you to investigate first:

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b060fvs8/horrible-histories-series-6-6-horrid-henry-viii-special

 

https://www.natgeokids.com/uk/discover/history/monarchy/henry-viii-facts/

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zkrkscw/articles/zv2bmfr

12. Express fractions in their simplest forms using the terms common factor & highest common factor

The twelfth lesson on fractions, aimed at Year 5 and 6 pupils, in a series produced by the NCETM during the school closures period in summer 2020. For a full...

Geography

 

Because we know Britain is great, I’d like you to find out a bit more about it. I have attached a map (see below) and I would like you to find the location of the following places, marking your map accordingly:

 

Seaside resorts: Brighton, Blackpool, Tenby and Warrenpoint

Natural landscapes: Giant’s Causeway, Dartmoor, Brecon Beacons and Loch Ness

Rivers: Thames, Severn, Tweed and Bann

Mountains: Ben Nevis, Snowdon, Scafell Pike and Slieve Donard

Historic cities: Edinburgh, Bath, York and Canterbury

 

You can record your findings any way you wish, but it must be clear and easy to read. You may wish to use symbols (in which case you’ll need to come up with a key). If you are unable to print off a map of the UK, then you’ll need to do your best to draw it! Make sure you draw it large enough because there are 20 locations for you to map.

 

Here are the documents showing the places I would like you to locate:

Here are the human and physical features I would like you to locate on a map of the UK.

Map of the UK

Reading

 

Please complete your daily reading and log it in your home/school liaison book.

Class Dojo
  • Caterpillars: 344
  • Butterflies: 364
  • Dragonflies: 578
  • Hedgehogs: 323
  • Squirrels: 515
  • Badgers: 760
  • Foxes: 597
  • Otters: 468
  • Kingfishers:
  • Woodpeckers: 296
  • Falcons: 213
  • Kestrels: 569
Class Attendance
  • Caterpillars 93.3%
  • Butterflies 83.7%
  • Dragonflies 93.6%
  • Hedgehogs 94.3%
  • Squirrels 96.2%
  • Badgers 98.3%
  • Foxes 89.7%
  • Otters 94.6%
  • Kingfishers 94.4%
  • Woodpeckers 91.9%
  • Falcons 95.3%
  • Kestrels 92%
Overall Attendance: 0
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