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FOR REMOTE LEARNING FROM TUESDAY 17TH NOVEMBER 2020, PLEASE CLICK HERE

Remote working - Tuesday 17th November 2020

From today, we will be accessing some of the learning input via Microsoft Teams. To support you in accessing this, we have produced a timetable of the school day below, including timings for when children should log in. The children should log in by the START time to ensure they have as much of the input as possible. If your child does not know their Microsoft Teams log in, first, please check their reading diary. If they do not have it in there, please contact Mrs Mulholland who will be able to send it to you.

If you have finished your Maths book, you can download some squared paper below to get you through until Friday!

Below is a break down of each of the lessons for TUESDAY 17TH NOVEMBER, with resources for each lesson.

 

Reading

Below is a ‘Stone Age’ reading comprehension of 3 different levels. We recommend using the 2 star activity, however if this is too difficult, you can try the 1 star activity. If the one star activity is too difficult, it is fine to have an adult read to you and ask you questions about the text.

Read page 1 of ‘Stone Age’ aloud. Underline any words or phrases you are unsure of and try to find out what they mean using a dictionary or by looking them up online. We will discuss your ideas on Teams.

Maths

Last week we started to learn how to add numbers in our hundreds together using the column method. Today we would like you to have a go at adding 3 digit numbers to 2 digit numbers using this method – you will have input via Microsoft Teams. When the input has finished,  write them out in your maths book – remember to put only 1 digit per square in your book. You have been given the answers so you can mark them in green or red AFTER you have completed them.

English

Last week you heard the story of ‘Stone Age Boy’. Can you put the different parts of the story back into the correct order? Write them out neatly in your English book. You will need to write today’s date at the top of your page.

Phonics

Download today’s activity below: ‘Adding ed endings 2’ – it’s page 30. Please complete this by writing down the original word and the change you have made on each line e.g. jumpt à jumped

Handwriting

Download ‘The Crocodile’ by Lewis Carroll below, please write out verse one as neatly as you can in your Handwriting book, thinking carefully about how we make diagonal joins.

French

In your topic book, you have your French knowledge organiser which has the numbers 1 -10 on it. We will begin this lesson on Teams, counting together.

When we have finished, have a go at learning them – can you say them in order? How about backwards? Then have a go at the matching activity that we have provided for you.

Topic

Today we are going to complete a lesson using Oak National Academy.

Please click on the following link.

 https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/how-do-we-know-about-prehistoric-britain-61jp4c

At the end of the video, you are set a task to complete. Please complete this in your Topic book, with the date underlined neatly.

 If you have isolated before and have already completed this lesson, it is a fantastic opportunity to see how much you can remember – can you complete the activity WITHOUT watching the video? Test yourself!

 Remote working – Wednesday 18th November 2020

Reading

Yesterday you were provided with a reading comprehension of 3 different levels. You will find this if you scroll up. We would like you to continue reading the text you chose yesterday, today.

Read page 2 of ‘Stone Age’ out loud. Underline any words or phrases you are unsure of and try to find out what they mean. Once you have read it once, see if you can read it again and time yourself to see how long this takes. You speed should increase each time you try this. We will discuss your reading via Microsoft Teams.

Maths

Yesterday you had a go at adding 2 digit numbers to 3 digit numbers using column method. Today we would like you to have a go at adding 3 digit numbers to 3 digit numbers using this method. There will be input on Microsoft Teams. When we have finished, write them out in your maths book – remember to put only 1 digit per square in your book. You have been given the answers so you can mark them in green or red AFTER you have completed them.

English

We will begin with some input via Microsoft teams.

You have been given a list of features that we might find in a recount. Look through the example text to see how many of the features you can find.

E.g. If you find an example of past tense such as walked, you might put a purple dot next to ‘past tense’ on the features sheet and colour in examples of past tense in the example in purple. When you have completed this learning, complete the irregular and past tense verbs revisit.

 

Phonics

Download the sheet below - ‘Adding ed endings 3’ – it’s page 31. Please complete this by writing down the word with a cross or tick next to it. If you have out a cross, make sure you have written the correct spelling next to it.

Handwriting

Yesterday, you were given ‘The Crocodile’ by Lewis Carroll – you can still access this by scrolling up -  please write out verse two as neatly as you can in your Handwriting book, thinking carefully about how we make diagonal joins.

 

RE

Last week we looked at how Christians use music as part of their worship.  You made notes in your jotter as you watched the clip about Nathan.

Task 1:

Write some sentences to explain how music is used in Christian worship. 

Try to answer the questions:

  • How and Why do different Christians use music in worship?
  • Why do Christians sing during worship?
  • How does music make Christians feel when they worship?

Look at your notes from last week to help you.  There is also a worksheet with some quotes from Christian people about singing and music.  These quotes may help remind you of some of our class learning.

PE

Here is an indoor workout for you:

Make sure you have safe space to complete this circuit. 

Complete each task for 30 seconds – then rest for 30 seconds before doing the next activity.

  1. Star jumps
  2. High knees and punch the air
  3. Running on the spot
  4. Ski jumps (side to side)
  5. Burpees
  6. Clap under knees

Count the number of each activity that you complete.

Repeat. 

Can you beat your previous score?

Remote working – Thursday 19th November 2020

Reading

In your guided reading book write the full date and underline with a ruler.

Complete questions 1-4 in your guided reading book.

Write out the question and the answer.  Remember you need to present this neatly.

 

Maths

Over the last couple of weeks we have been solving addition problems using the Column method. Today we would like you to continue with solving some of the problems that we started yesterday, adding 3 digits to 3 digits. If you have completed this, complete Lesson 9 in your Power Maths book.

English

Yesterday we stated to look at the features of a recount. Today, we would like you to have a go at finding the features in another recount so that you can compare them.

Phonics

There is a sheet in your pack to complete for today called ‘Writing Captions’ – it’s page 32. Write a verb in each of the gaps to make the sentence make sense.

Handwriting

Today we would like you to start writing out ‘The Star’. Write verse one out neatly in your handwriting book.

Science

This half term we have been finding out:  Why humans and other animals have a skeleton?

Remember some animals are VERTEBRATES (have a backbone) and other animals are INVERTEBRATES (no backbone).

Quick think:

Can you list 5 animals that are VERTEBRATES?

Can you list 5 animals that are INVERTEBRATES?

Main learning:

Some animals have an Endoskeleton – This means their skeleton is on the inside of their bodies.

Some animals have an Exoskeleton – This means their skeleton is on the outside of their bodies.

Some animals have a Hydrostatic skeleton – These animals don’t have any bones at all!

Task: Download the activity below to sort the animals into their correct categories using this information.

 

PSHE

So far in PSHE, we have been talking about bullying. Look at the following scenarios to decide if you think they are bullying or not:

 

Is this bullying?

 

Whispering to friends about somebody else

Borrowing scissors from somebody else’s table

Throwing or threatening to throw a ball as somebody walks past

Pushing in the line to stand next to your friend

Calling somebody a nasty name because you think it’s funny

Puling somebody’s hair when you sit near them

Helping somebody look for their lost shoe

Pushing somebody over.

 

Under today’s date, write them out in your topic book with an explanation as to if they are bullying or not. Give reasons for your ideas.

 Remote working – Friday 20th November 2020

Reading

In your guided reading book write the full date and underline with a ruler.

Create a word bank of interesting words that you could use in your recount.

E.g:

Word Bank

Hearth

Mammoths

Hunter-gatherer

Maths

Over the last couple of weeks we have been solving addition problems using the Column method. Today we would like you to have a go at solving some word problems using addition.  There are two problem sheets in your pack.  Choose the one that you feel most confident with.

Remember to show any working out in your maths journal – remember to put only 1 digit per square in your book. You have also been given the answers so you can mark them in green or red AFTER you have completed them.

English

Today you will begin to plan your own recount.  Use an example from the past two days of learning and begin to complete the boxing up grid to help you to plan your own recount. You can print it off, attempt to draw a table in your book using a ruler, or complete it on the computer.

Phonics

There is a sheet in your pack to complete for today called ‘Writing sentences 3 – it’s page 33’. Look at each of the pictures on the worksheet and complete a sentence written in past tense.

 

Computing

Last half term we learned about the importance of having a unique password to log on to a device.  We even made our own password tumbler to help us with this.

Task:

Think back to our learning and create a bright, eye-catching poster or leaflet which explain the importance of keeping our passwords safe.  

You may also want to include the possible dangers of someone getting hold of your device password. 

 

Ultimate times tables:

Just like we do in class, give yourself 10 minutes to complete as many of the times tables questions as you can.

You know which of the tasks that you are on!  Perhaps your grown up can help you mark through the answers once you have finished. If you don't have access to a printer, write your answers in the back of your maths journal.

Remote working – Monday 23rd November 2020

Reading

You have been provided with a reading comprehension of 3 different levels. We recommend using the 2 star activity, however if this is too difficult, you can try the 1 star activity. If the one star activity is too difficult, it is fine to have an adult read to you and ask you questions about the text.

Read page 1 of ‘Stone Age Artist’ aloud. Just like last week, underline any words or phrases you are unsure of and try to find out what they mean. Once you have read it once, see if you can read it again and time yourself to see how long this takes. You speed should increase each time you try this.

Maths

Today we are going to have a closer look at subtraction. We will be taking 3 digit numbers away from 3 digit numbers. You need to write out the calculations in your book, writing 1 digit per square. It will help to label the columns Hundreds, Tens and Ones…HTO. Think about the learning we did last week about column addition.

You need to complete at least 8 calculations in your book. Remember to start with the ones column, then the tens, then the hundreds.

 

 

English

On Friday you started to plan out your recounts using a boxing up grid. You have more time today to complete this activity. You need to be clear about what happens in each part of your recount and should be very specific about the details you include. For example, you might include details of exactly what you saw on each part of your journey and include names of people you met. You might even include descriptions of what they looked like. Think back to the feature list we looked at last week. You can get the sheet from Friday's lesson by scrolling up if you need to.

Phonics

Download today's task below. it’s page 36. Please complete this by colouring in the correct boxes on the sheet. You can then stick this sheet into your spelling book.

Handwriting

Download  ‘Wind on the Hill’ by A.A.Milne. Please write out verse one as neatly as you can in your Handwriting book, thinking carefully about how we make diagonal joins.

French

In your topic book, you have your French knowledge organiser which has the numbers 1 -10 on it. Last week we tried to match these up to the correct numbers in English. This week, we are going to have a go at writing some of the numbers down. On your sheet there are some simple addition problems. Write them in your topic book in words, underneath today’s date and the learning target.

Topic

Before we all had to isolate, we started to make some memory cards in our history lesson to help us to remember the key changes that happened throughout the Bronze Age. If you remember, these were on yellow card and we put them in an envelope to keep them safe. Today I would like you to complete your cards, using your best handwriting and drawing. The types of things we were writing on each card were in our topic book – what were the key things that happened in the Bronze Age that changed how people lived? Think about which facts you would like to remember and write them on the cards.

Remote Learning - Tuesday 24th November 2020

Reading

You have been provided with a reading comprehension of 3 different levels. We recommend using the 2 star activity, however if this is too difficult, you can try the 1 star activity. If the one star activity is too difficult, it is fine to have an adult read to you and ask you questions about the text.

Yesterday you read page 1 of ‘Stone Age Artist, so today we would like you to read page 2 aloud. Just like yesterday, underline any words or phrases you are unsure of and try to find out what they mean. Once you have read it once, see if you can read it again and time yourself to see how long this takes. You speed should increase each time you try this.

Maths

Today we are going to continue with our learning about subtraction of 3 digit numbers. Today we will need to complete a method called ‘exchanging’.

If you don’t have access to Microsoft Teams,  you can watch the following tutorial to help you. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuGsP1NX78o

The poster below might help you too.

English

Today we will start with a grammar revisit. Download the sheet below as it may help as we go through this on Microsoft Teams. If you do not have access to Teams, you will need to write today’s date at the top of your page and write the subheading ‘Grammar Revisit’. Underline this with a ruler. Draw the table into your book and put the words into the correct places.

We are then going to have a go at using Time Adverbials – one of the key features of a recount that we learnt about last week. Please write the learning target below 'Grammar Revisit'. The L.O is:

L.O: Understand how to use time adverbials 

Time adverbials are a word or phrase which tells us when a sentence is taking place  - for example:

Task 1: Look back at one of the recounts from last week – either the first day at school recount or the school council recount. Use your reading skills to skim and scan the text and find as many time adverbials as you can. In your book, write the heading ‘Time Adverbial Word Bank’ and write the time adverbials you find underneath.

Task 2: Now that you have found some time adverbials, have a go at writing sentences using them. E.g. First, I stepped out of the porthole and could see some huge dark figures in the distance with long tusks.

Remember that they will come at the beginning of your sentence, and they are usually followed by a comma.

 

Phonics

There is a sheet in your pack to complete for today called ’Adding –ing – words ending in e’– it’s page 40. Please complete this by colouring in the correct boxes on the sheet. You can then stick this sheet into your spelling book.

Handwriting

You have been given ‘Wind on the Hill’ by A.A.Milne. Please write out verse two as neatly as you can in your Handwriting book, thinking carefully about how we make diagonal joins.

History

Write the date and learning target in your Topic book. The Learning target is:

L.O: Understand the key changes that happened in the Iron Age and how people lived.

Underneath, answers these questions in your topic book:

  1. How long ago was the stone age?
  2. What kind of tools were used in the Stone Age?
  3. How did they find food in the Stone Age?

 

Today we are going to start learning about the Iron Age, the last of the time periods we will be looking at.

Go onto https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/who-were-the-celts-and-why-did-they-use-iron-cnhkjr and complete the activities as you watch in your topic book. Complete the introductory quiz before starting and the final quiz at the end.

 

Iron Age -Art Task:

Firstly, you need to write the date and learning target in your topic book. The learning target is:

L.O: Show my understanding of the contrasts between the Stone Age and Iron Age by drawing a picture.

Go onto https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/z82hsbk/articles/z8bkwmn and read about how people lived in the Iron Age – write down notes about key things that you think you need to remember. The part where you click on the Iron Age tools is a particularly good part to look at.

 

Task: Look back in your book and at the learning we have completed so far about the Stone Age and the Iron Age. I would like you to make a contrast drawing in your topic book which shows the key differences between the Stone Age and the Iron Age. Think about the following:

What their houses would have looked like

What tools they would have used

What they would have eaten

The animals they would have had around

 

You can present your picture by turning your book to the side (landscape) and drawing a line down the middle of your page. On the left, draw what life would have been like in the Stone Age. On the right, draw what life would have been like in the Iron age.

 

Remote Learning Wednesday 25th November 2020

Reading

You have been provided with a reading comprehension of 3 different levels. We recommend using the 2 star activity, however if this is too difficult, you can try the 1 star activity. If the one star activity is too difficult, it is fine to have an adult read to you and ask you questions about the text.

Today we are going to answer questions 1-4. Please complete these in your Reading book under the heading ‘Stone Age Artist Comprehension’

Maths

Today you will complete some of the learning in your Power Maths book. Please turn to Unit 2, Lesson 10. This is page 69. Try to complete all of the questions. It may be helpful to write some of your working out in your Maths journal and to look back at the learning we have done on Monday and Tuesday.

English

We are going to begin with a grammar starter today. Can you join the correct word classes to their definitions? Write them out in your English book in your neatest handwriting under today’s date and the headingGrammar Revisit’

Today we are going to look at one of the key features we learnt about last week – time conjunctions.

A time conjunction is similar to a time adverbial, but rather than being used at the beginning of a sentence, they are used to join two sentences together.

E.g. Tom saw Om in the distance after he had fallen down a hole.

Have a go at writing out the sentences on your task sheet in your English book with a time conjunction to join the clauses (the means the different parts of the sentence). When you have had a go at writing out all of the ones on the sheet, we would like you to write 5 of your own using the word bank to help you.

Phonics

There is a sheet in your pack to complete for today called ‘Adding ing – Double the final letter’. It’s page 41.

Please complete this by colouring in the correct boxes on the sheet. You can then stick this sheet into your spelling book. Please fold it in half so it is stuck in neatly.

Handwriting

You have been given ‘Windy nights‘ by Robert Louis Stevenson. Please write out verse one as neatly as you can in your Handwriting book, thinking carefully about how we make diagonal joins.

RE

Write the date and learning target at the top of your page in your topic book.

LO:  Explain how some Christians celebrate Holy Communion.

Today we are continuing with our learning about Christianity.

Christians often give thanks to God for the things that they have or receive.  

Bread and wine have a special meaning to Christians as it reminds them of the Last Supper before Jesus died. During the ‘Last Supper’ meal, Jesus explained that one of his disciples (friends) was going to betray him.  He knew that it would be Judas. 

 

Jesus shared bread and wine with his disciples and told them that even though he was going to die, he would still be with them.

Watch this short animation about ‘The Last Supper’- www.bbc.co.uk/education/clips/zgsb9j6  to help you understand the story.

An animation telling the story of Jesus sharing the Passover meal with his closest friends. During the meal, he explains that he knows that one of his friends will betray him to his enemies, and reveals he knows it would be Judas. The animation shows Jesus sharing bread and wine with his friends and telling them that even though he was going to die, he would still be with them An animation telling the story of Jesus sharing the Passover meal with his closest friends. During the meal, he explains that he knows that one of his friends will betray him to his enemies, and reveals he knows it would be Judas. The animation shows Jesus sharing bread and wine with his friends and telling them that even though he was going to die, he would still be with them

You may also want to watch the following clip about Nathan explaining the meaning of Holy Communion for young Christians:   www.bbc.co.uk/education/clips/zq2yg82

This clip shows one of the ways that Christian people remember Jesus now.

As you watch the clip think;

 

  • What does the bread of Holy Communion mean to these young Christians?
  • What do they remember when they receive this bread?

 

Task 1:

In your topic book, try to answer these two questions.

Try to explain why the bread and wine are so important for Nathan and other young Christians.  Explain what the bread and wine both symbolise.

 

Task 2:

Do you have any questions that you would like to ask?

List some questions in your topic book that you would like to know the answers to.   We can always share these once we return to school.

 

For instance:

What does the bread taste like?

Are the wine cups real silver?

What does the symbol on Santos’ tie mean?

What does it mean when the priest says ‘Jesus will come into your life?’ 

PE

Here is an indoor workout for you:

Make sure you have safe space to complete this circuit. 

Complete each task for 30 seconds – then rest for 30 seconds before doing the next activity.

  1. Star jumps
  2. High knees and punch the air
  3. Running on the spot
  4. Ski jumps (side to side)
  5. Burpees
  6. Clap under knees

Count the number of each activity that you complete.

Repeat. 

Can you beat your previous score?

Alternatively, you could create your very own PE lesson circuit to complete.

What activity could we do for the warm up?  Stretches? 

What activities could we complete in your circuit?

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Remote Learning Thursday 26th November 2020

Reading

You have been provided with a reading comprehension of 3 different levels. We recommend using the 2 star activity, however if this is too difficult, you can try the 1 star activity. If the one star activity is too difficult, it is fine to have an adult read to you and ask you questions about the text.

Today we are going to answer questions 4-7. You can do this under the questions you started yesterday.

Maths

Today you will complete some of the learning in your Power Maths book. Please turn to Unit 3, Lesson 1. This is page 74. Try to complete all of the questions. It may be helpful to write some of your working out in your Maths journal and to look back at the learning we have done over the past two weeks. Some of the questions have a missing number in the middle e.g. 244 + ___ = 744. For these you will need to use the inverse operation, so if it were an add, you need to do subtraction and if it were subtraction you need to do add.

English

We are going to begin with a grammar starter today. Can you join the correct word classes to their definitions? Write them out in your English book in your neatest handwriting under today’s date and the headingGrammar Revisit’

Today we are going to learn about two of the key features of a recount in detail – 1st and 3rd person.

If you aren’t able to join the Teams meeting, watch  https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zrqqtfr/articles/zxdhsg8

The following information might be helpful:

 The following words (which we call pronouns) are used to show that somebody is talking about themselves when they write. It’s called first person:

I, my, we, our, me,

If the writer is talking about somebody else, we call it third person, and the following pronouns are used:

 he, she, names, his he, hers, us, their, your

Today we are going to have a go at changing sentences from third person to first person and vice versa. On the first sheet, use the pronouns in the brackets to help you. On the second sheet, you need to think of the correct pronoun for yourself. Please write all of the sentences out in your English book. You will need today’s date underlined and write the following learning target at the top:

L.O: Understand how to use first and third person

 

 

Phonics

There is a sheet in your pack to complete for today called ‘Reading two and three part words’. It’s page 5.

 

Handwriting

You have been given ‘Windy nights‘ by Robert Louis Stevenson. Please write out verse two as neatly as you can in your Handwriting book, thinking carefully about how we make diagonal joins.

PSHE

LO:   Understand what Cyber-Bullying is and how it is different to Bullying.

This week we are combining our learning on Bullying in PSHE and Cyber-Bullying in Computing.

Remember Cyber-bullying is the name for bullying on-line.  We spoke about this last half term in our Computing lessons.

Task:

Use the Venn diagram to sort the statements according to whether they are describing an example of Bullying, Cyber-Bullying or Both.

Remember, if they describe both types of Bullying, then the statement will go in the middle of the Venn diagram.

Science

LO:  What effect does exercise have on our muscles?

Last week, we recapped our previous class learning on: ‘The different types of Skeleton.’ 

Some animals have:

Endoskeletons – This means their skeleton is on the inside of their bodies.

Exoskeletons – This means their skeleton is on the outside of their bodies.

Hydrostatic skeleton – These animals don’t have any bones at all!

 

Today’s lesson focuses on: Muscles and exercise.

Follow the link and complete the lesson from the Oak National Classroom:  https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/what-effect-does-exercise-have-on-the-muscles-60up8d

Complete the task in your science book underneath today's date and the learning target underlined.

 

 

 

 

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Remote Learning Friday 27th November 2020 (If Required - children should be back in school)

Reading

Today you will complete our ‘reading exploration task’.  Follow the instructions on the sheet. Please write this out in your reading book under today’s date and the learning target.

Maths

Today you will complete some of the learning in your Power Maths book. Please turn to Unit 3, Lesson 2. This is page 77. Try to complete all of the questions. It may be helpful to write some of your working out in your Maths journal and to look back at the learning we have done over the past two weeks.

English

We are going to begin with a grammar starter today. You can complete the task on the sheet and stick in into your book. You will need the date underlined and the heading ‘Grammar Revisit’ above it.

Today we are going to have a go at writing our own introductions for our recounts. If you think back to the learning we did last week, we need to include the 5ws – who, what, where, when, why. Along with this, you need to think carefully about the following:

  • Describing events in detail
  • Describing places in detail
  • Using first / third person
  • Using past tense
  • Including emotions and feelings.

 

Have a go at writing our your own introduction for your own Stone Age adventure. Remember we are writing these to Miss Fletcher, so we need to tell her all of the details of our visit. Try to make your visit sound as exciting as possible.

 

A model of what your recount might look like is below:

Dear Miss Fletcher,

Yesterday, the strangest thing happened. When we were playing in the playground, we saw the most wonderful, whirring swirls glittering from the old Oak tree near the play equipment. We all crept closer to find out what it was. Miss Sargison said we probably shouldn’t touch it, but as she tried to tap her finger on the edge, her hand disappeared inside! We were all shocked and scared. She reassured us that everything would be OK and that she would investigate. She told us all to stand exactly where we were. As she stepped inside, we could hear screams of excitement. She dashed back out and told us to follow her in. As we entered the strange doorway, everything looked different. We could see strange, prehistoric animals and in the distance were some dens that looked like they were made out of sticks. We all knew at once, that we had, in fact, found the Stone Age.

Phonics

There is a sheet in your pack to complete for today called ‘Proofread a story’. It’s page 7. You need to read it carefully to check the spelling of the long vowel sounds. You can complete the activity on the sheet and stick it in your spelling book. Please fold it in half before sticking it in your book so that it is stuck in neatly.

Handwriting

You have been given ‘Windy nights‘ by Robert Louis Stevenson. Please write out verse three as neatly as you can in your Handwriting book, thinking carefully about how we make diagonal joins.

Ultimate Times Tables

Choose one of the times table tests below (the one you would usually complete in class) and give yourself 10 minutes to complete it. How many will you get right? Keep it safe and bring it back to school when we return so that we can update your scores on our log and make sure you get a badge if you have earned one. Remember not to look at the answers until you have finished!

 

Computing

This week we would like you to think a little more about cyber-bullying and how it can happen on a variety of technology. Download the powerpoint and sheet below. Read the powerpoint first and then complete your learning on the sheet. You can then fold it in half to stick it in your book. Please put today’s date at the top of your topic book and write the following LO:

L.O: Understand how cyberbullying can happen using a variety of technology and what this might look like.

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