# Wednesday 29th April

##### English L.O: To identify and rewrite sentences containing co-ordinating conjunctions.

Activity 1: Listen to Chapter 20 of 'Pig Heart Boy' on the Learning--> Stories page of the website.

Activity 2: Last week, we covered subordinating conjunctions; how to identify them in a sentence and how to use them in a sentence. Today we are recapping co-ordinating conjunctions (what we know as FANBOYS!). Watch the video below to learn/ remind yourselves of what a co-ordinating conjunction is and how to identify it in a text.

Activity 3: Attached below is a file titled 'Co-ordinating Conjunctions Activity'. Choose the appropriate level below and answer the questions on the corresponding pages. The answers are at the end of each section- mark your answers when you are done.

Bronze: Pages 1-2

Silver: Pages 4-6

Gold: Pages 7-9

Activity 4: Below are SATs style questions on coordinating conjunctions. Attempt these once you have marked your answers for Activity 1.

##### Year 5: L.O: To add decimals with a different number of decimal places.

Activity 1: Watch the demonstration video below for today's lesson.

Activity 2: Once you have watched this video, click the link below to access the activity booklet to complete in your home learning books. Please put the question number you are answering in the margin if you are not completing your work on the sheet.

Activity Book

Activity 4: Attached below are some 'Year 5 Reasoning and Problem Solving' tasks linked to this topic. Open up the file and select either the Bronze (D), Silver (E) or Gold (GD) page depending on your confidence levels. Complete one page of reasoning and problem solving questions before scrolling to the last page to mark your answers only when you are done.

##### Year 6: L.O: To problem solve with a range of mathematical problems.

Activity 1: Watch the demonstration video below for today's lesson.

Activity 2: Once you have watched this video, click the link below to access the activity booklet to complete in your home learning books. Please put the question number you are answering in the margin if you are not completing your work on the sheet.

Activity Book

Activity 4: Open up and complete the challenges below titled 'Open the Box' and 'Problem Solving Spinner'.

##### R.E.

Mother Theresa said "If you cannot feed one hundred people, feed one." Today for RE we are going to look at how the actions of a person can make sure a big difference and how small actions all build up to change the world and make it better. Read through the information about Captain Tom. You can complete one of the challenges if you wish to, but a better idea might be to plan how you can make a small difference today. It might not raise 28 million, but it might make someone somewhere feel better about their day. Think about the ripple this might have in the world.

Wherever we find ourselves, however old we are or strong we are, we can choose to seek to better things for ourselves or seek to serve others. Being involved in a purpose however big or small helps us to feel valuable.

##### P.E.

At a time where we all find ourselves indoors for the most of the day, we should bare in mind how important daily exercise is for our health and wellbeing, particularly our mental health. If you are able to, take your device somewhere with plenty of space (even the garden on a nice sunny day) or clear some space in front of your computer and follow along with Joe Wicks for a 30 minute workout. I will definitely be doing the same!

OR alternatively, Mrs Lightfoot has uploaded some very exciting links to other online PE sessions which you can access by following this link:   Alternative P.E. Ideas