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Brinkworth Earl Danby’s CE Primary School

Brinkworth Earl Danby’s CE Primary School

Believe to Achieve! "Roots will grow down into God's love and keep us strong" EPH 3:17

Week Commencing 04.05.20

I hope you are enjoying our new topic ‘I am Warrior!’  

Please practise spellings during the week and have a spelling test on Friday to see if you can remember them. It is also important to revise previous spellings and the Year 3/4 statutory spelling list. There will also be 5 Purple Mash activities to do during the week set as 2Do’s on the Purple Mash website.

Please use the Birch email to contact me if you have any queries or questions. Enjoy your learning!

Kind regards

Mrs Gordon

 

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The Sikh Festival of Vaisakhi. Watch the short film about Simran’s Vaisakhi – she is 11. This is part of the BBC My Life, My Religion film: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p02mx761 Can you remember 5 fascinating facts from the film? Can you remember 5 key words? Note them down. Sikh festivals are a way of showing identity. Our identities are who we think we are, and can include our friends and family, values, beliefs and behaviours that we think are important. Imagine Simran’s identity as a jigsaw: can you draw a jigsaw with six things about her life, and label your drawings.

Sikh Festival Jigsaw (see below)

Topic-I am Warrior ! (History)

Find out about famous gladiators including Spartacus, Commodus, Crixus, Spiculus, Verus and Tetraites. Create a poster about your chosen gladiator, advertising their powerful qualities to other gladiators.

https://www.ducksters.com/history/ancient_rome/spartacus.php

Spartacus ppt (see below)

Topic-I am Warrior! (Art)

Look at and compare mosaics depicting gladiator scenes (examples on google images). Talk to your parents about what the mosaics show and the evidence they give us about the Roman era. Design a mosaic tile showing a gladiator battle scene on squared paper.

Mosaic paper (see below)

Mosaic ppt (see below)

PSHE Big Idea weekly challenges

Spellings: Separate spellings for Year 3 and Year 4