Using your plan, you are going to write the SECOND part of your diary entry recounting an evacuation. Remember to include emotions, this was a difficult time but try to include a variety of feelings rather than scared, sad, worried - if you can, find some positives...
The day of your evacuation.
What happens at the station as you say goodbye? What is your journey to the farm like?
The day after the evacuation.
What do you like about your new temporary home? How are you feeling?
Two days after your evacuation.
What are you missing from home? How is your brother/sister feeling?
There are examples of diary entries and a guide below to help you.
Listen to Miss Cassidy read Chpt 7 72-79. Alternatively, you can read yourself on the document below.
Chpt 7 72-79.mp3
As always, you can tune in at 11am to the link below to hear David Walliams read a story. If you miss any extracts from the week, they will be on the catch up page this coming Saturday, and will be there for a week.
Continue your learning of Adverbials. Remember to re-watch the example videos from Monday, explained by Mrs. Marley, and complete the activity sheet below.
Compare and order decimals
Click on the link to BBC Bitesize below. Learn how to order and compare decimal numbers using different representations.
one interactive game
Growing in Commitment
Today you will be learning about coming-of-age rituals. Last week, you each made a commitment of your own in ‘My Journey to Success’.
Using the Comparing Commitments Activity Sheets, you will compare the ritual you have chosen to another religious or non-religious coming of age ritual.
Next, you can write about a coming-of-age ritual of your choice from the perspective of a child who will experience it.
What features will you use if you are writing from the perspective of another person?
Get your bodies moving this morning with Joe Wicks or Oti Mabuse