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Week 12

Week beginning Monday 13th July, 2020

Cross-Curricular Learning - Road Trip, USA - 4:

The powerpoint for this week's learning, 'Road Trip, USA! - 4', is available to download below. There are 5 days of work. Each day is signified by the number in the top right-hand corner (for example L1 & 2 is the learning for Monday and Tuesday). This week we will be covering History and Literacy.

PLEASE read the notes section (beneath each slide) for key information and instructions, related to the task. There are 2 extra documents to download for this week's Road Trip, USA lessons. 


This week, we will be revising perimeter! There is a squared paper sheet to download, should this be needed.

Science - Electricity:

Please watch the videos on this webpage before completing Science lesson 3:

Please visit this webpage before completing Science lesson 4:

Below is this week's Science powerpoint. It contains two lessons:

'Science - Lesson 3 and 4 - Electricity' 

History with Art & DT:

In North America, totem poles often served to represent a tribe's status and power.  The figures (often animal spirits) carved onto the poles symbolised a tribe's mythological history, as well as their rights and privileges. 

Have a go at creating your own totem pole: 


This week, there is a PowerPoint to download for RE: 'RE - Comparing Christian and Native American beliefs'.

Guided Reading:

This week we will be learning about Native Americans in our Cross-Curricular 'Road Trip, USA!' learning. Therefore, I would like you to read about some other important Native American figures:

(Please do continue to access 'The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe' text and study guide - I have reuploaded this for those asking for it. Read a chapter then locate the associated activities for that chapter in the study guide.)


Our next topic in Spanish is animals! I have uploaded some resources below to support this. Enjoy! Don't forget to visit youtube to help with your pronunciation.


It is incredibly important that we keep our bodies healthy too. At 9am Mondays and Wednesdays,  Joe Wicks livestreams a workout for children on YouTube. Just type in 'PE with Joe' just before 9am. He will also be doing a session on Saturday mornings now.

You could also go for walks, bike rides, exercise or play sports in the garden/park/outdoor space - whatever you have access to and can manage. Stay fit, eat healthily and get enough sleep at night.


Remember to read and practise your times tables everyday for at least 10-20 minutes.

This website has lots of games, videos and learning for all subject areas: and

This is EXTRA learning for if all the work from here has been completed, or to be completed in ADDITION to the work set here. Challenges may sometimes be reset if the result shows the student could do with more practice. Please do reattempt these when they are set.   

Get Epic!:

For those signed up in St Brigid, I have assigned an entire collection of non-fiction books on famous Americans!

To login, visit: and enter our class code is: bap3610 - PARENTS: please add your email to the account, so that I can grant you free access to the site over Summer! Some of you have already done this - thank you!