Let's start the week off by going on a tiger hunt!
Can you find the tiger?
Dharma the tiger is quite elusive, so she is used to self-isolation. She's a Sumatran tiger, an animal that would generally live alone in the wild and is quite shy. Don’t worry if you can’t see her, she’s most likely exploring in the long grass or having a snooze. The best time to see Dharma is in the morning or afternoon. Click on the link below for the live tiger cam at Edinburgh Zoo.
What have we got for you today, let's have a look.
1st lesson: Numeracy
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2nd lesson: Literacy
Over the next couple of days, we will be reading and learning about 'The Children of Willesden Lane'. This is a true story about a child names Lisa Jura, who came to England as a refugee to escape the war in her home country, Austria.
We hear you ask, 'Who are the Children of Willesden Lane?'
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- In what year did Lisa come to London?
- Why did Lisa come to London?
- Around how many children travelled to Britain to escape the violence in Germany and its neighbouring countries?
- How would you describe Lisa's life in London when she arrived?
- Think carefully about Lisa's life, the hardships and her accomplishments.
- Give two impressions, using evidence from the video (The story of Lisa Jura), to support your answer.
3rd lesson: Art/DT
You are required to show your support and design your very own external banner, thanking the NHS and other key workers for their dedication.
5 Winners will be selected and announced on Monday 11th May.