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Wednesday 17th June

9:00am - 9:30am - Exercise time - Joe Wicks LIVE 9am - Kids Yoga - Go Noodle videos


9:30am - 10:30am MATHS 

Summer term week 5 Lesson 3 - Substitution - Video link for lesson

Watch the video explanation to give you some input before attempting the worksheets.

The worksheets will no longer be posted on the website due to copyright reasons. The worksheet for today's lesson is on Class Dojo for you to complete.


Due to being back in school, I will be unable to mark work sent to me. Therefore, I will be attaching the answers to the class website for the additional work and posting the answers for White Rose on Dojo. Please mark your own work.

10:30am - 11:00am BREAK TIME

Make the most of your break time, you can: go for some fresh air, have a snack, colouring, watch a newsround clip, etc..


11:00am - 12:15pm LITERACY/READING 

Activity 1: Game Changer by Banksy ^

Today, you are going to be looking at a piece of artwork created by Banksy (above). This piece of artwork was revealed in a hospital in Southampton hospital. I would like you to look at the picture closely and answer the questions below.


1.What was your first reaction to this artwork? Why do you think you had the reaction?

2.Describe the colours in the artwork

3.Which area of the artwork is most important? Why?

4.What adjectives would you use to describe this artwork?

5.What verbs would you use to describe this artwork?

6. If you could ask the artist a question, what would you ask him/her?

7.What emotions do you notice in the artwork?

8.Who do you know that would really like this artwork? Why would they like it?

9. Who do you know that would really dislike this artwork? Why would they dislike it?

10. If this artwork were music, what would it sound like?

Activity 2: Relative clauses work

For your grammar activity today, you are going to focus on relative clauses. We always talk about these in class and you should be experts at recognising them in a sentence by now. We use relative clauses to give us extra information about nouns. Remember, we always need a relative pronoun (which, whose, who, where, when, that) to have a relative clause. 

If you need to refresh your memory, watch some of the videos below and look at the revision sheet to help. Then, I would like you to complete the relative clauses activity below. - What is a relative clause? - Relative clauses explained


Activity 3: Street art analysis

Now you have refreshed your memory on relative clauses, I would like you to use them in your writing. You are now going to look at some of the street art examples. You are going to be writing about a few of the examples and I would like to see relative clauses in your sentences. When you have written your relative clauses, can you underline them in your sentences?



  • The street art, which is on the road, demonstrates the social distancing rule.


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