Today we watched an ‘extra’ from the film ‘Bend it Like Beckham’. The director of the film was making Aloo Gobi with her family. We used this to make our own Aloo Gobi, chapati and cucumber raita with Mrs Strong and Miss Jeakings. The class worked really well with the ingredients and utensils, and almost every bit of the food was devoured.
Watch this space for our own version of the recipes!
Please find below some activities you can complete if you are unable to come in to school due to COVID, with very little notice.
You will need to use the Internet for research to be able to complete these tasks. Here is a link to some clips that you may also find interesting!
Maths- choose some problems from this resource…they are organised in year groups so that should help you to find one with the right level of challenge…they are not supposed to be easy though!
Email your work to either;
EvansR294@hwbmail.net (Mrs Drakeford)
firstname.lastname@example.org (Miss Jones)
email@example.com (Mrs Clarke)
Year 4 have engaged in a little mindfulness in trying to improve the appearance of our playground, and have planted some more seeds in the extra plant pots- we just need to be patient now!
Schools will be fully open to primary school pupils as of the 15th of March. Well done for all your efforts through this lockdown- it hasn’t been easy for anyone but you’ve kept going!
I look forward to seeing you all in person next week when we will be starting a Science investigation on Teeth.
Work through the slides on the power point and then complete the work for your group/ or that you feel most confident with.
Read through the slides on the power point to make sure you understand what noun phrases are, then complete the work for your group
For this lesson it would be very useful if you had a biscuit and a banana if possible. Also 3 lego bricks that look like those pictured below if possible. If you haven’t got these don’t worry you can imagine.
Read through the slides on the power point and complete each task as you meet it on the slides. Make sure you use the task sheet for your group each time.
Here is a PowerPoint of the story we will be covering over the next two weeks. You will need to have read it before doing some of the Iaith lessons this week.
Here is the RE visualisation sheet that you could read to your child. If children have their eyes closed during this they will be able to visualise easier.