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Church of England Primary School

Small school, big hearts. Wise, Responsible and Kind like the Good Samaritan.

We continue with our Circle Time theme 'Relationships' this week. This week's lesson is based on online games.
This week's focus in on Circuits and Symbols. Hopefully when we return to school, we will be able to get the electricity equipment out for you to use.
Your activity is to build on the collage of the Tudor King or Queen that you created last week. Thank you to those of you that have sent me pictures of collages that you have created. Try to base you work on Becky Morgan's Art. If you finished last week, try to create a collage of a different Tudor King/Queen or improve your work. Be creative and use your imagination!
We will continue with our Tudor era theme. This week's activity is based on a famous event called "Battle of Bosworth". You will analyse how the Battle of Bosworth was won and lost!

Please do as much PE as possible this week. It is important we stay fit and healthy whilst we are unable to play with our friends. Below are a list of activities which you could try:

Joe Wicks: https://www.youtube.com/user/thebodycoach1/videos

Yoga with Adriene: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dF7O6-QabIo 

Dancing with Oti Mabuse: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GHahd8rQ0hg

 

You may also want to play some games in the garden (Tennis, Cricket, Rounders), go for a run where you live or go on a bike ride. The list is endless!

Mrs Bunting has another fun Music activity for you to try this week.
Mrs Bunting has another fun French activity for you to try this week.

Skills To Master

The final activity on this page is all about skills I would like you to develop. This is an ongoing activity so there is no deadline for this. At some point in your life, you will probably need to do the 50 skills I have attached so the free time you have at home is a great time to learn something new. For some activities, you may/will need help from an adult. I don't want anyone causing harm to themselves or others!!

I love the saying "Going to school is what you DO, not WHO you are."

 

Thank you to all of you that have been trying these activities. They are great life skills.

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