Now you have heard what is the latest thing to happen to Oliver, write a newspaper article about the crime. You may use the template if you wish. Think about your opening paragraph answering the 'what, where, why, when' questions, then go back and tell the story in chronological order. Add more detail from your imagination to make the article more interesting. Don't forget to include quotes from relevant people.
Oliver is left bleeding after the burglary, meanwhile...... back at the workhouse, Mrs Corney is summoned to hear the dying words of one of the aged paupers. Old Sally was the nurse on the night that Oliver's mother gave birth in the workhouse and died. She reveals the existence of certain artefacts that she stole from Oliver's mother that night - items that confirm the connection between Oliver and the dead woman. Old Sally dies before she can reveal the exact nature of the items.
I would like you to write a response to this revelation. Who do you think was Oliver's mother? What could this mean for his future? Make a prediction about how the story will end.
We are going to continue with our work on perspective. I hope you had a chance to draw your street scene with one point perspective. We are now going to look at two point perspective.
Don't forget the Zoom at 10:00am tomorrow. Be ready to share your origami masterpieces!
Science - Curious Creatures (4.02.21)
Hi Class 6,
I hope that you enjoyed finding out about Linnaeus and his classification system last week. This week, we are going to revisit classification (Task 1) and use our knowledge to draw an imaginary new creature (Task 2). In the task, you are asked to share your creature with a partner but, as you are not in school, I would like you to complete the final paragraph yourself, giving reasons why you have chosen to classify your creature in that way. The video and vocabulary sheets will help you with your creature.
I look forward to seeing your curious creatures.
Mrs M. .
Watch the third video in the link below to help you to understand how to use characteristics to classify animals.
I hope you have all seen the email about our new school/family project - The Wellerman. If not, here is the link to the song.
Nathan Evan's is a postman who posted this catchy sea shanty on TikTok and it has since gone viral with many famous people posting duets with him. We have decided to make our own TikTok videos and collect them all to make a compilation! I hope you read the email and join in!
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