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Here are last week's answers:



Last week, you found out about Glenfield Frith Hall. Now, you are going to learn a bit more about the people who lived there: The Faire family. Click on the pdf to find out more.



You are going to continue the topic about Climate Change. This week, you are going to learn about a climate activist called Finlay Pringle. Read the information and then watch the videos.

Open the PowerPoint for today’s lesson. Please view it in ‘Slide Show’ mode (look in the bottom left-hand corner of the screen to find the downloaded document). You may enable editing.

Video 1: Finlay Pringle European Parliament Climate Action Talks 2019

Finlay Pringle's Top 5 Tips to Protect the Planet

Here is a poster about things we can do to save our seas:



Have a look at the activity from the Warning Zone about personal safety. It encourages you to ‘listen to the voice inside your head’ (your conscience) when making choices. If something feels wrong, then it probably is.



It's that time of year when we'd have the Sponsored Walk and Sports Day. These can't happen as they usually do, but that doesn't stop you from having some friendly competition at home. Here are some ideas for you to try. They do require equipment, so please make sure you ask permission before using anything!

Click here for some ideas.

Problem Solving

Why not have a go at solving a mystery to give you brain a workout?

Answers will be posted next week.



If you need some time to slow down and relax, you could try some of these activities: