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Bishop Ellis Catholic

Primary School

I have come that you may have life - life in all its fullness (John 10:10)

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w/c 15th March

This week we will be celebrating National Shakespeare Week
This year the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust are holding a competition. They want everyone to consider the quote, "This above all, to thine own self be true...". What does this quote mean to you? Find details below of how to enter the competition as well as a video by teen vlogger and CBBC presenter Nikki Lilly who explains why she is supporting this year's competition. 
English
Maths
This week, we continue to learn about decimal numbers. Here is the Knowledge Organiser, which will help you: 

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Lesson 1

Lesson 2

Science

 

In this lesson, we will recap the definition of non-contact forces. We will also investigate gravity and gravitational force and learn about Galileo by completing an investigation. Finally, we will learn about magnetic force, including some uses for magnets.

 

Design and Technology

In this lesson we are going to make our final product.

National Shakespeare Week

Please find below a ppt with information about William Shakespeare as well as a reading comprehension activity. 

PSHCE

This week we are continuing to look at our topic on teams. Work your way through the PowerPoint and then have a go at the activities.

Wellbeing Wednesday

On a Wednesday afternoon we are encouraging all children to take some time to unwind and do an activity which will put a smile on their mind. Here is a grid with some ideas.

Reading Challenge

If you want a bit of an extra challenge this week then have a go at this reading comprehension. There are 3 levels of difficulty with 1 star being the easiest and 3 stars being the hardest. Read the text and answer the questions. The answers are attached but try not to cheat!

Spelling 

This week we are continuing to look at the suffix -ous. 

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