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Bishop Ellis Catholic

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

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w/c 1st March

This week, we are learning about mass and capacity. This Knowledge Organiser will help you throughout this week, as it sums up all the key points we will be learning: 


In this lesson, we will learn how we can measure the size of forces, particularly how we can measure weight. We will learn about Isaac Newton and his contribution to our knowledge of forces as well as Newtons as a unit of measurement. We will also investigate how to use a Newton meter to measure forces.


This week we are continuing our unit on teams and thinking about what it means to be part of a team. Work your way through the PowerPoint and then have a go at the scenario cards. 

Design and Technology

This week we are going to start planning our moving book. Have a look at the ppt and work on the Design Criteria sheet.

World Book Day

On Thursday 4th March we are celebrating World Book Day. As part of our work on this day we would like you to join in with the Share a Story Live event below:

Thursday 4th March, 10.30am – World Book Day special – Bringing Reading to Life
Starring: Joseph Coelho & Fiona Lumbers, Tom Fletcher and Lydia Monks
Hosted by Nigel Clarke, TV presenter

World Book Day Challenge

We would love it if you could find time to do the following escape activity. Can you solve the clues to escape the library?

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 exciting new ideas for this half term.

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!