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As well as doing the reading sessions in the morning, it's vitally important that you continue to read a book for pleasure in your own time. Above are a set of activities to develop your reading skills.

Please do as much PE as possible this week. It is important we stay fit and healthy during this time. I have kept the Joe Wicks PowerPoint available to you but I am sure you are all doing different things as part of your PE lessons.


Below are a list of activities which you could try:

Joe Wicks:    

Yoga with Adriene:    

Dancing with Oti Mabuse:  


These websites have lots of good ideas and learning videos for you to do associated with Youth Sport Trust:


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!

Sir Walter Raleigh, a famous person from the Tudor era, was a man who liked to explore the world. This week's focus switches to Europe. In today's PowerPoint, you will locate the countries in Europe and their capital cities. For the main activity, I have given you four choices this week. Whichever activity/activities you don't choose this week, you can do next week.
This week, we are going to think about how life was like during Elizabethan times and in particular how the theatre experience has changed from the Tudor era to now. William Shakespeare wrote many plays during the Tudor era, one of which was A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Mrs Bunting has another fun activity for you to try in French
Mrs Bunting will add Music activities onto the Charanga website each week.