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In our history lessons this week, we are learning about crime and punishment during the Victorian era. Read the PowerPoint carefully. Complete the activity matching the crime to possible punishments.


In English, we are writing a discussion text on whether Jim should run away from the workhouse.  Read the PowerPoint to revise the features of a discussion text.  Look at the model text for ideas.  Use the discussion marking ladder to self assess your writing.

Please read chapters 4 and 5 of Street child to help with your discussion text :@)

In Maths this week, we are revising our learning on multiples.  This will help us to add and subtract unlike fractions.  Please work through the PowerPoints carefully to help you with your learning.  


Use the BBC website to help you if you are stuck.

How to add and subtract fractions - BBC Bitesize

In Forest school this term, we were asked to research 10 facts about John Muir.  Over the next five terms, we will be working towards the John Muir award.  Complete the comprehension task about him and then make a fact file about his life.  Make sure you bring it into school.

Complete the reading comprehension questions. Answers are included for you to self assess :@)

Please remember to log-in to Purple Mash and Ed Shed.  You have a number of activities to complete :@)