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Timetable for the day

9am - Teams Meeting: We will go through the day and then do a character and timeline update (30 minutes)

There will be follow up work from this - How has the war progressed (20 minutes)

11am – Teams Meeting: Exploring the Battle of Britain (45 minutes)

There is follow up work from this – see Theme 2 section (30-45 minutes)

Other tasks - you can do these at any time across the day

  • Number Magic- Day 1 (30 minutes)
  • Maths Day 1 (30 minutes)
  • SPAG (15-20 minutes)
  • Art (45minute to an hour)
  • You also have the next chapter of Letters from the Lighthouse to listen to

Number Magic

Here is your number magic for today. Remember to use the answers to self-mark.


This week we are go to be exploring graphs and statistics. Watch the video input and then complete the tasks below. 

Theme 1

Here are your character updates for this week - we have only moved on a few months to 30th August 1940 and the Battle of Britain has begun. Following our live lesson you will have learned more about how everyone's characters are getting on. Your task is to explore this further and is explained in the document below. You may want to look at the updates from previous weeks too. We have also uploaded a family tree for each family to help you understand the connection a bit more. 

Theme 2 - Battle of Britain

Following on from our second live lesson of the day, you will need to read through the primary and secondary sources below all about the Battle of Britain and use them to help you answer the following question:

Why did Britain win the Battle of Britain?


You need to use the information in them to find, in your opinion, the 3 main reasons why Britain won the Battle of Britain. Explain each reason separately. You may choose to do this an as inference calculation. 


Theme 3 - Art

This week we are continuing to explore facial features, focusing specifically on how to convey what someone is feeling through how you draw their eyes. Watch the input and then choose one of the eyes from the document to draw, ensuring you get the shapes correct and then adding shade and tone. Remember the technique we learned last week of drawing a box around the object, dividing it into quadrants and using this to help us get the proportions right in our own work. 


There are also a couple of weblinks you may choose to watch. 


We are continuing to look at dialogue and our focus this week is on how to use it to convey information about the character and/or move the action on. Watch the video below, which gives you some information and then explains your task. 

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