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Weekly Expectations (due Friday 30th September)

- Please read your banded reading book at least 3 times per week and record in your read and record book

- Log in to Bug Club and complete a comprehension activity

- Times Tables Rockstars (TTRS) at least twice per week

- Mathletics activity

- Spelling Shed activity

 

History Project (due Friday 14th October)

We would like you to research the types of crimes and punishments that happen today and consider how they may change in the future. Try to think about how the types of crimes and punishments have changed over the course of history and how the development of these systems may continue beyond the present day. For example, cyber crime is sadly very common nowadays, but was non-existent in the past.

 

Once you have done so, we would like you to create a piece of learning (e.g. a PowerPoint, a poster, a video, a poem, a rap, a dance etc) which will allow you to present your findings.

 

We have given you an extra week to prepare your findings as we will be visiting PGL during the period of time allocated to complete your project.

 

Don't forget, you can earn up to 5 house points for a fantastic project.

We are really looking forward to seeing your wonderful learning!

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