Today you would have been sitting your Reading Paper so have a go at this Silly SATs Reading Paper today.
You will not need the 1 hour to complete it. Read the extract on slides 2-3 and then answer the questions on slides 4-5. Ask an adult to mark them for you using the answers on slide 6!
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Today's lesson is on White Rose Maths Home Learning about Multiplying Fractions by Fractions
Go to DanceMat at practice your Touch Typing ready for Y7!
1. Grammar - word classes
2. Complete the sentences
3. Now for some writing. Write a paragraph describing an event from one of the Harry Potter books. Follow the instructions given.
Crime and Punishment in the Anglo-Saxon and Viking periods
Can you remember when the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings came to Britain? Look at the timeline on the slides and then the map of where the Anglo-Saxons and Vikings lived.
After the Romans left Britain, the Anglo-Saxons and then the Vikings attacked. They had not been ruled by the Romans and so had their own ways of dealing with crime. Instead of a punishment, most crimes were dealt with by compensation (weregild). The amount of compensation a person got depended on their standing in society.
Go through the information on the slides about how crime and punishment were dealt with by the Anglo- Saxons and Vikings.
What do you think of this system of law? Why?
Or if you fancy something different?
Who would you say the most famous outlaw in history is?
Have you ever heard the story of Robin Hood? What happens?
Read the story of Robin Hood from the story sheet above. Pick out the aspects of the story that reflect Anglo-Saxon law.
You could act out and/or write an alternative story of Robin Hood from the victim's point of view (e.g. Sheriff of Nottingham/Abbot of St Mary's).