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13th January - SPaG


On Monday, we began looking at possessive apostrophes for plural nouns. This can be a bit tricky! Let's look again today with the PowerPoint then the worksheet.



13th January - Maths


Go through the powerpoint and then try the worksheet. The answer sheet is there too for you to check your work. Remember to let us know how you got on!

13th January - Reading


Please go to Oxford Owls, login and find Animal Conflicts again. Read pages 14 - 19 then answer the questions below.  


Animal Conflicts (pages 14-19)

  1. Most animal group leaders are males. Name an animal group in which females are the leaders.
  2. What are the two reasons given in the text for animals wanting to be the group leader?
  3. On page 15, find a synonym for the word ‘babies’.
  4. How do lions try to scare off hyenas when they are both hunting the same prey?
  5. What is the difference in weight between a lion and a hyena?
  6. What are male deer called?
  7. Explain what a ‘lek’ is.
  8. Why could having big antlers be important to a male deer?

13th January - Geography


We are going to continue learning about 'All around the world' and this week we will look at 'Over and Around'.

First, please watch the BBC Bitesize video and take the quiz:




Next, work through the PowerPoint then try the worksheet.


You can use the Knowledge Organiser to refer to throughout the topic.

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