Welcome to this week's home learning!
I am so proud of you all and the hard work you have been putting into your learning, you really are demonstrating our core values and lots of courage, which is a great thing being as we are courage class!
Please find below your learning for the week- use the timetable if you wish to follow the same learning as the children who are in school.
Where you see the word video, click on it and it will take you directly to the correct video to support your learning.
As before, please share your completed work on Twitter and via email and let us know how you are getting on.
Remember to ask about anything you are unsure of and book in with Mrs Favell or myself for a video chat where we can help you with any learning. Keep shining!
Overarching Question Term 3
'Is it always possible to be a good neighbour?'
We have thought about who our neighbours are and who Jesus said they were, hopefully last week you had time to talk about the kind things we may do for one another to show we are good neighbours.
Now we know what it is to be a neighbour and how we can be a good neighbour, I want us to think about the things people may do that show they are not a good neighbour.
I know in school, in our first discussion, some of you mentioned having neighbours who may be noisy or disrespectful in some way.
Write down some of the things someone who is not being a good neighbour might do. Remember our neighbours aren't just those who live next door to us, maybe you have seen in the news evidence of people around the world not being good neighbours.
Keep this list so that you can use it to reflect upon when we look even deeper into answering this question.
Please send you lists to me at