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Friday 5th March

HAPPY FRIDAY! Well done you made it to the end of the week and hard extremely hard, I am one very proud teacher! Not only did you make it to Friday to made it to the end of Home Learning. You are all amazing and I cannot wait to see you all next week! Please make sure to look after yourselves and your family at home, remember to say thank you to everyone at home who has helped you during Home Learning.


Don't forget to meet me on Microsoft Teams at 9:35 every morning, to go through your tasks. It should be easy to join through the calendar by clicking on the meeting on that day, and you will be waiting in a lobby until I open the meeting. Please make sure you log on and join the meeting because I will be doing a register!

Remember to blog or email me today! 

Keep reading using the GETEPIC website or app and logging into TTRS daily also! Well done for all this reading!

Have fun and keep active! Here are you task for today:



Task 1: English

LO: To write a thank you letter

Today as this is your final day of Home Learning. I would like you to write a thank you letter to someone at home who has helped you during Home Learning. This could be mum, dad, auntie, uncle, grandad, grandma, sister, brother or cousin. It up to you, but think about someone at home who has really helped you to learn, play, cared for you or simple just been there for you. Follow the PowerPoint below this will teach you how to write your letter. You can do this on a piece of paper or on the template I have uploaded below. Enjoy and make sure you take your time, this is a special piece of writing for a family member it has to be good!

Letter templates if you want to use them, look at both of them first.


Task 2: Maths

LO: Fun Quizzes

Click on the link below and have a go at 10 or more of the Math's quizzes/games as you can. Enjoy!


Task 3: RE

To understand the stations of the cross

Follow the PowerPoint slides below to understand each station of the cross that explains what happened from Good Friday to Easter Sunday. At the end of the slides is a template of a storyboard with 15 boxes for you to copy into your exercise book or you can use the document below if you wanted to print this off. Your task today is to create a storyboard that explains each station of the cross, use the slides to help you and take your time with each section.

A very powerful PowerPoint, including images by Joey Velasco. This will help you with your storyboard.

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