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Week beginning 15.06.20

Share your work!

We know how hard it can be motivating yourselves to do home learning, but we'd like to thank you all for your enthusiasm and positivity shown! The work we have seen, which has been sent to us via email and through Twitter, has been fantastic! Keep this up everyone! 


Continue to share your work with us! We'd love to see your work from home learning!

School email address:

Twitter: @hallglenfield #hallathome


Use Socrative to keep us updated with how you're getting on with your home learning. We will be writing daily messages again, so look out for these each day!

Miss Mistry's class: MISTRY1629

Mrs Gohil's class: RMJRPQG


You may have heard on the news or radio about recent protests from around the world.

Open up the Lesson Presentation below on 'Diversity'.

This is a current issue and diversity is something that we should all embrace!

BBC Blue Planet lesson

Watch this BBC Blue Planet lesson from last year. As this was aired last year, it won't be live of course. However, it's a great lesson, which explores sea pollution.


Resources for the lesson have also been attached below.

**You do not need to print these out and could just write your answers in your books.**


Art - Create an Ancient Greek urn

Last week, you either drew an Ancient Greek urn or decorated one from a given template. Those that have been shared with us looked fantastic! Keep this up everyone!


This week, we are going to get creative! laugh

You have two options:

Option 1 - To create an Ancient Greek urn using paper mache.

You can use the instructions below or alternatively be creative and use your own ideas to creative this! There are images below to show you examples of this process.


  1. You can use household items for this, for example a balloon, an empty toilet roll, an empty cereal box etc. 
  2. Firstly, create a structure for your 3D urn, using what you have got. This can be stuck together using sellotape or PVA glue.
  3. Once you are happy with the structure of your urn, put PVA glue into a small container (e.g. an empty margarine tub).
  4. Next, tear up newspaper into small strips (not too small, as it will take long to stick on and may not stick on very well, but also not too big, as the strips can get flappy). 
  5. Dip your newspaper strip one at a time, into your PVA glue and stick this onto your structure.
  6. You will layer these newspaper strips a number of times around your structure (4-5 layers should be okay).
  7. Then, leave your paper mache urn to dry.
  8. After that, you can paint your Ancient Greek urn!


Option 2 - To create an Ancient Greek urn using salt dough. You will have to make the salt dough first using the recipe given below and then you can paint this after. This can be either 2D or 3D.


#OnlineSafetyAtHome from Thinkuknow

Open up the 'Thinkuknow - Activity sheet 2' from below. This activity sheet has information to guide you through the two activities. There are also links to videos and resources on this sheet.



Ancient Greeks - The Trojan Horse

Open up the 'Lesson Presentation - The Trojan Horse'. You will be exploring artefacts from the slides given and reading the story of the 'The Trojan War'. From this, you will creating a diary entry from either the perspective of an Ancient Greek or a Trojan.