# Wednesday 8th July

##### English L.O: To identify active and passive verbs.

Activity 1: Listen to Chapter 15 AND Chapter 16 of 'Skellig' on the Learning --> Stories page of the website. As you are listening, try to answer the following questions (the answers are attached at the bottom):

Chapter 15:

1. Where is Mina educated?
3. What does Michael show Mina how to do?

Chapter 16:

1. Who does Michael go to visit just before dawn?
2. How did the man find out about 27 and 53?
3. What else does he ask for?
4. Who does Michael want to get help from?

1. Watch the the first learning video.
3. Complete the interactive quiz (Activity 1).
4. Watch the second video and complete the activity below it (Activity 2).
5. Complete the activity attached titled 'Active and Passive Voice' (answers attached).
6. Complete 'Passive Mini Test' below.
##### Year 5 L.O: To calculate the angles around a point.

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

Activity 2: Open the file attached below titled 'Y5 Fluency'. and complete the page of questions. Mark your work once you are finished using the file below titled 'Y5 Maths Fluency (Answers)'.

Activity 3 (Extension)Open up the file below titled 'Y5 Challenge' and complete all questions in the page. Mark your answers using the file below titled 'Y5 Challenge (Answers)'.

##### Year 6 L.O: To calculate the area of triangles

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

Activity 2: Open the file attached below titled 'Y6 Fluency'. Answer the questions on ALL 3 pages. Mark your work once you are finished using the file below titled 'Y6 Maths Fluency (Answers)'

Activity 3 (Extension)Open up the file below titled 'Y6 Challenge' and complete all questions. Mark your answers using the file below titled 'Y6 Challenge (Answers)'

##### R.E. L.O: To explore how religious and non-religious views have influenced the non-violent protest movement.

Activity 1: Try to answer the following questions in your home learning books:

1. What is violence?
2. Why do people act violently?
3. Is it understandable that people act violently when they have been treated badly?

Activity 2: Look at these famous faces from around the world below. Do you recognise any of them?

The four people on this map include:

• Martin Luther King
• Mahatma Gandhi
• Nelson Mandela
• John Hume

These four men are famous for carrying out what is known as 'non-violent' protests to fight for social change. Non-violent protests are the practice of achieving goals such as social change through symbolic protests, civil disobedience, not cooperating with law, or other methods, while being non-violent.

Activity 3: Watch the following video to find out more about peaceful protesting until minute 05.02:

Activity 4: Below is an information sheet for each of the 4 non-violent protestors listed above. Select at least one, read the information related to this protestor and complete 'R.E. Fact file' using the information you have read.

##### Y6 Leavers Celebration

As you may have seen on last week's newsletter, at 2.30pm on the school field on Tuesday 14th July, Y6 will be celebrating the end of their time at Abberley. During this celebration, Y6 will be singing two songs. For those of you in Y6 who will be attending the celebration but are not currently in school, it would be brilliant if you could learn the following two songs in preparation:

Count on Me (Bruno Mars)

History (One Direction): See adapted lyrics attached below