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What would you like to find out about canals?

Next half term, our topic will be ‘Canals’. Back in the Autumn term, we were lucky enough to visit the Floating Classroom and take a trip along The Regent’s Canal.

What do you remember about our trip?

What would you like to learn about canals?

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How are you helping your family during lockdown?

PSHCE home learning:

Think of all the things your family members do to help you. Make a list.

Now decide on something you are going to do to help your family this week. You might want to ask your mum, dad, sister or brother what they would like you to help them with.

Let us know what you decide to do!

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Science – Nutrition

Food and nutrition are the way that we get fuel and provide energy for our bodies. We need to replace nutrients in our bodies with a new supply every day. Water is an important part of nutrition.

Tell me about a healthy meal you have eaten this week! What nutrients did you get from your meal?

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Maths by Suhaib

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The Ancient Egyptians

In history we are learning about the ancient Egyptians. Check out the great resources at or just search ‘BBC bitesize ancient Egyptians’. Let me know what you find out!

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Flag Work

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Facts about Iceland

This week’s homework was to create a fact-file all about Iceland. Tell me what you’ve learned this week by writing comments on this blog post.

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Read these instructions to find out how to upload your work!

Before you begin, you’ll need to make sure that you have your image saved onto the laptop or tablet you are using to upload your images.
1) First, sign into j2e and click on j2e5 (the red icon).
2) After you have opened j2e5, click on the small green icon of a person at the top to upload your photo.
3) This will bring up a list of all media saved on your laptop or tablet. Here, you can drag the picture to the main page.
Tip! You can also use the tools on the right side of the page to write about your image and present it creatively!
4) Once you have finished making your post (check for capital letters, spelling and punctuation), click the publish button at the top.
5) Finally, give your document a title, select your class blog and click publish!
The publish icon looks the same as the icon for j2webby but it’s a different colour.
If you have any questions, message me here.
Good luck!
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