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Consultation on Admission Arrangements 2022/2023 We will be consulting on our admission arrangements for 2022/2023. The consultation will be live between 7 December 2020 and 17 January 2021. If you wish to make any comment, please send you comments to SchoolConsultations@plymouth.gov.uk If you would like a paper copy of any of the information on our school’s website, please pop in to the office and we will be happy to provide you any information you need free of charge.
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Maths - Dividing 2-digits by 1-digit (Y4)

This session builds on the previous lesson on dividing a 2-digit number by a single digit and takes the learning on a step, ready for the more formal method.

English

 

In this lesson, we will introduce new vocabulary, identify word pairs and synonyms and apply the vocabulary in sentences.

Art - Tudor Portraits

This lesson is the first in a series that will help us to create our own Tudor portraits.

In the Tudor period there were no cameras. Today, the only way that we know what the people looked like was from the paintings that were done by talented artists. Only the rich could afford to pay for this as it would have been very expensive, so we have very little pictoral evidence of what a poor Tudor would have worn and looked like.

 

We would like you to look at the images of the Tudor monarchs we have selected and put at the bottom.

  • What do you notice about the clothes? Why do you think this would be important?
  • What do you notice about the backgrounds used?
  • Only one portrait shows the whole person. Why do you think the rest do not?

 

Pick your favourite painiting. (You are welcome to choose a different Tudor if you wish to use that instead)

You will be copying the painting but in pencil so you need to have a copy.

 

You will need:

  • a copy of your favourite Tudor
  • a pencil
  • some best paper for your drawing

 

How to copy your portrait

  • If using a tablet, you can trace the image by placing directly over the screen. Do not do this on a laptop or PC screen as it will damage it.
  • If you have a print out, place it on a window with the best paper over the top. This makes it easier to see through the paper.
  • You only need to pick out the main details like the shapes of the head, where the key face features are and any main body and clothing lines. We will be adding the detailed parts in the next sessions.
  • Keep your drawing safe for next week's lesson.

Dance

 

You will need access to YouTube for this session.

 

Moving on from Jive learning we are going to explore the world of Bollywood! Firstly, warm up for the session by visiting Go Noodle and completing one of your favourite videos. Then, watch the instructional video at the link below. Can you find the following key Bollywood moves? These are not the technical terms!!

 

1. Prayer hands

2. Jab hands

3. Circle wrists, clap, and wavy hands.

3. 'Come here' reverse and circle wrists to clap

4. 'Come here' forwards and circle writs to clap

5. Screw in the lightbulb to finish. 

 

 

Bollywood Instructional Video

If you feel ready, join in with the lady at the end of the video putting the moves together. Remember, the most important thing is to have fun! Enjoy! 

 

 

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