Year 7

 

 
Monday 22 June
Tuesday 23 June
Wednesday 24 June
Thursday 25 June
Friday 26 June
09.00 – 09.30
Physical activity

Aim to achieve at least 2 sets of 3 exercises for 10 reps per set. 

Click on the middle part of the wheel spinner and an exercise will appear, complete that exercise for a total of 10 reps or for duration based exercises 20 seconds.

 Giving 30 seconds rest between sets.

Repeat this process until you have completed 6 exercises.

Photo evidence or video evidence can be taken throughout the week and you should note down the exercises you complete.

Physical activity

Aim to achieve at least 2 sets of 3 exercises for 10 reps per set. 

Click on the middle part of the wheel spinner and an exercise will appear, complete that exercise for a total of 10 reps or for duration based exercises 20 seconds.

 Giving 30 seconds rest between sets. 

Repeat this process until you have completed 6 exercises.

Photo evidence or video evidence can be taken throughout the week and you should note down the exercises you complete.

Physical activity

Aim to achieve at least 2 sets of 3 exercises for 10 reps per set. 

Click on the middle part of the wheel spinner and an exercise will appear, complete that exercise for a total of 10 reps or for duration based exercises 20 seconds. 

 Giving 30 seconds rest between sets. 

Repeat this process until you have completed 6 exercises.

Photo evidence or video evidence can be taken throughout the week and you should note down the exercises you complete.

Physical activity

Aim to achieve at least 2 sets of 3 exercises for 10 reps per set. 

Click on the middle part of the wheel spinner and an exercise will appear, complete that exercise for a total of 10 reps or for duration based exercises 20 seconds.

 Giving 30 seconds rest between sets. 

Repeat this process until you have completed 6 exercises.

Photo evidence or video evidence can be taken throughout the week and you should note down the exercises you complete.

Physical Activity 

Aim to achieve at least 2 sets of 3 exercises for 10 reps per set. 

Click on the middle part of the wheel spinner and an exercise will appear, complete that exercise for a total of 10 reps or for duration based exercises 20 seconds.

 Giving 30 seconds rest between sets.

Repeat this process until you have completed 6 exercises.

Photo evidence or video evidence can be taken throughout the week and you should note down the exercises you complete.

09.45 – 10.30
  
Maths
All Sets

Properties of Shape

Read through the 2-D Shape lesson and make notes to help remind you of facts.

It would be beneficial to sketch the diagrams and add the notes to each.

Lesson

Hegarty maths
clip 822 and quiz

  
 
Maths
All Sets

Hegarty maths
clip 823 - 826 and quizzes

Maths
All Sets

Properties of Shape

Read through and attempt the tasks in the 3-d shapes lesson.

Lesson

Set 1 Super Stretch

You may need to use the internet to find diagrams of the shapes

Super stretch task

Set 1 & 2 Challenge

Use the diagrams in the task to see if you can find Euler's law

Challenge task

Maths
All Sets

Hegarty maths
clip 829 - 830 and quizzes

Set 1 & 2 Extension

Hegarty maths
clip 831 and quiz

 

Maths
All Sets

Attempt pages 2 - 4 of the exam questions pack.

Past paper questions

Send "1" piece of work for your teacher to look at

Mr Tiritera

Mrs Ayanbadejo

Mr Payne

Mrs Boswell

10.30 – 10.45
Break
10.45 – 11.30
English
Writing Challenge

I would like you to email your class teacher one of this week’s lessons that you have completed so that they can see what you have achieved and feedback. 

This week we will be looking at some ‘Amazing Adventures’. Today we need to establish what the key features of adventure writing are. 

Work through all of the tasks on the PowerPoint. 

English
Adventure Writing

Today you are going to be reading an extract from Alice in Wonderland where Alice begins her adventure down the rabbit hole.

Read the extract carefully and then answer the question that accompanies it.

There are three web links that you can access to help you: an animated  film clip of the extract, or if you feel like it, a little bit of extended reading on Alice in Wonderland.

English
Adventure Writing

Today we are going to look at the next stage in Alice’s adventure. 

Read the extract and then complete the task that accompanies it. You will be giving your opinion on what you have read.

 

 

 




English
 Adventure Writing

Today we are going to be focusing on the setting of an Adventure story. Use the PowerPoint first to ensure that you understand the ingredients of an Adventure Setting.

Then read The Hunger Games extract and complete the task that accompanies it.

I have also attached a link to The Hunger Games film trailer which may help you.

English
Adventure Writing 

Today we are going to continue to look at how setting is presented in Adventure Writing. The extract we will be looking at is from The Chronicles of Narnia. 

A link to the film trailer is attached so you can watch this to help you visualise the setting described.

Read the extract and then complete the task that accompanies it.

 

11.30 – 12.00
Reading
Reading
Reading
Reading
 Reading
12.00 – 13.00
Lunch
13.00 – 13.45
Science
 Forces

Complete the lesson on the Oak National Academy website.

The lesson will start with a quiz to check your knowledge and understanding, then watch the video to revise your knowledge of forces. You may need to press the next activity button at the bottom of the screen to move through the different stages of the lesson.

Geography
The UK and other countries

Choose any country and try to find out the answers for the following questions:

What is the population of your chosen country?

Name the capital city

What is the main employment in the country? 

Find some development indicators for the country e.g birth rate, death rate, life expectancy, GDP per capita. 

What do these tell you about the country compared to the UK?

In half a page try to explain how is your chosen country the same and different to the UK? 

Email your work

Science
Non-Contact Forces

Complete the lesson on the Oak National Academy website.

The lesson will start with a quiz to check your knowledge and understanding, then watch the video to revise your knowledge of non-contact forces. You may need to press the next activity button at the bottom of the screen to move through the different stages of the lesson.

History
Recap on the events of the year 1066

Please create a Power Point presentation on the 3 contenders who claimed the English throne in 1066. 

  1. William Duke of Normandy

  2. Harold Godwinson

  3. Harald Hardrada

Try to include the following information for each person:

  • Where is he from?

  • Why does he want to become king of England?

  • What experience does he have?

  • What language does he speak?

  • Are there any issues with this person?

Make sure you send your work to your classroom teacher. The best presentations will be displayed in school. 

Science 
Space X Launch

On the 30th May a SpaceX rocket was launched to take two astronauts to the ISS. Watch the launch here.

Using your knowledge of forces explain what forces are acting on the shuttle as they lift off and launch into space. Include a force diagram. 

You will also see in the video that the rocket launch lands on a drone ship. Explain the forces acting on the rocket launcher as it lands. Include a force diagram. 

Explain your work to your science teacher for feedback.

13.45 - 14.30
Technology
Make your own bridge!

Last lesson, you did some research into different kinds of bridges. 

This week, you are going to make your own! 

  • You should aim to span a distance of no less than the length of a 30cm ruler. 

  • You can either use found objects (stuff from around the house or the garden) or craft materials if you have them. 

  • You should aim to make your bridge as iconic as the bridges that you looked at in your research.

 

IF this is too much for you or you have not got access to any craft materials, you can draw your design if you wish, but this should only be if you really can’t think of anything to build with!

When you have finished your bridge, photograph it and send myself and Mr McWillimas a picture!

Happy Building! 

Languages
Talking about Family & Pets in French

View the Bitesize lesson – video - and then scroll down to do (some of) the activities for the rest of the lesson, leaving 10 minutes at the end to email Ms Hodson or Ms Doro about what you did, how you got on, and your opinion. 

Music
Polyrhythm

Work through the document 

ICT
 Pixel Art

Have a look at some pixel art, you can find a lot of examples if you use a search engine. Create 3 different pixel art images but you must use different media to create them such as using a paper, spreadsheet software, image software or paint. 

Email your work to Miss Harris

PCE/Citizenship
 Personal Safety - Water Safety

Please follow the tasks and activities on the PowerPoint presentation provided. It is an introduction to personal safety – that is specific to ‘water’ and our locality. With summer holidays approaching it’s important to gain an awareness in being extra careful!

Task 1:  Test your own knowledge - Have a go at the 10 quiz questions on the PowerPoint. The answers are given in red on the next slide.

Task 2:  Read through the links and articles about Mulberry Harbour.

Feel free to email me if you have any questions-

 

14.30 - 15.00
Physical Activity

Aim to achieve at least 2 sets of 3 exercises for 10 reps per set. 

Click on the middle part of the wheel spinner and an exercise will appear, complete that exercise for a total of 10 reps or for duration based exercises 20 seconds.

 Giving 30 seconds rest between sets.

Repeat this process until you have completed 6 exercises.

Photo evidence or video evidence can be taken throughout the week and you should note down the exercises you complete.

Physical Activity

Aim to achieve at least 2 sets of 3 exercises for 10 reps per set. 

Click on the middle part of the wheel spinner and an exercise will appear, complete that exercise for a total of 10 reps or for duration based exercises 20 seconds.

 Giving 30 seconds rest between sets.

Repeat this process until you have completed 6 exercises.

Photo evidence or video evidence can be taken throughout the week and you should note down the exercises you complete.

Physical Activity

Aim to achieve at least 2 sets of 3 exercises for 10 reps per set. 

Click on the middle part of the wheel spinner and an exercise will appear, complete that exercise for a total of 10 reps or for duration based exercises 20 seconds.

 Giving 30 seconds rest between sets.

Repeat this process until you have completed 6 exercises.

Photo evidence or video evidence can be taken throughout the week and you should note down the exercises you complete.

Physical Activity

Aim to achieve at least 2 sets of 3 exercises for 10 reps per set. 

Click on the middle part of the wheel spinner and an exercise will appear, complete that exercise for a total of 10 reps or for duration based exercises 20 seconds.

 Giving 30 seconds rest between sets.

Repeat this process until you have completed 6 exercises.

Photo evidence or video evidence can be taken throughout the week and you should note down the exercises you complete.

Physical Activity

Aim to achieve at least 2 sets of 3 exercises for 10 reps per set. 

Click on the middle part of the wheel spinner and an exercise will appear, complete that exercise for a total of 10 reps or for duration based exercises 20 seconds.

 Giving 30 seconds rest between sets.

Repeat this process until you have completed 6 exercises.

Photo evidence or video evidence can be taken throughout the week and you should note down the exercises you complete.

 

 
Monday 29 June
Tuesday 30 June
Wednesday 01 July
Thursday 02 July
Friday 03 July
09.00 – 09.30
Physical activity

Students to complete 2 daily challenge in each
Session along with 15 min exercise activity of choice.

Link 1

Link 2

 

Physical activity

Students to complete 2 daily challenge in each
Session along with 15 min exercise activity of choice.

Link 1

Link 2

 

 

Physical activity

Students to complete daily challenge along with 15

min exercise activity of choice.

Link 1

 

 

Physical activity

Students to complete daily challenge along with 15

min exercise activity of choice.

Link 1

 

Physical activity

Students to do written analysis of daily challenges

Including
-What worked well.
- What exercises you enjoyed best
- What you found most difficult
- Anything you’d change and why.
Evidence of Review should be included and
attachment sent to Mr Fry.

09.45 – 10.30
  
Maths

All Sets

2-D representations of shape

Read through and complete the tasks in the lesson.

You may wish to try using paper/card to make the nets yourself

Lesson

 

 

 

 

 

Maths

Set 1 (Mr T)

Hegarty maths
clip 833 - 834 & quizzes

Stretch Challenge
Hegarty maths
clip 835 & quizzes

Don't worry about the cylinder questions

Super Stretch Challenge

 In order to complete all of clip 835 you will need to find out how to solve area of a circle

Hegarty maths
clip 539 & quiz

Maths

All Sets

Have some fun making the nets below.

Before you make them have a think about what you will need to add to make the assembly of them easier.

What mathematical tools could you use to improve your accuracy when building the nets?

Cone

Cube

Cuboid

Cylinder

Dodecahedron

Octahedron

Pentagonal Pyramid

Pyramid

Rhomboid

Tetrahedron

Extension

Why not show off your creativity and decorate them, or try different materials to build the nets.

Take a picture of your work and share it on twitter

@DeanesMaths

Maths

All Sets

Test you knowledge with this quick quiz

Nets Quiz

 Stretch Challenge 

Find any object in your household.

It can be anything of your choice (playstation, X-box, DVD player, a piece of furniture)

Make a sketch net of this object and then share it on the maths twitter

@DeanesMaths

Super Stretch Challenge

The same as the stretch challenge, this time you will need to measure all of the dimensions and build it to scale

You will need to pick a suitable scale of this.

Then create your net twice.

One will be left as a net and the other you will actually build.

Take a picture of your net and built object next to each other and share it on twitter

@DeanesMaths

Maths

All Sets

Exam style questions

Questions

Answers

Set 1 & 2 extension

Try using hegarty maths search bar to find out how to attempt the plans and elevations questions in the exam pack.

E-mail your exam work to your teacher 

Mr Tiritera

Mrs Ayanbadejo

Mr Payne

Mrs Boswell

 Set 2 & 3 (Mrs A & Mrs Boswell)

Hegarty maths
clip 833 - 834 & quizzes

Stretch Challenge
Hegarty maths
clip 835 & quizzes

Don't worry about the cylinder questions

 

Set 4 (Mr Payne) 

Hegarty maths
clip 833 - 834 & quizzes

10.30 – 10.45
Break
10.45 – 11.30
English

I would like you to email your class teacher one of this week’s lessons that you have completed so that they can see what you have achieved and feedback. 

This week we will be continuing to look at adventure writing.

By now, you should have an idea of what adventure writing is, some key characteristics of adventure writing, and what an adventure setting could look like. This week, you are going to create your own adventure setting.

Follow the steps on the PowerPoint to create your own adventure setting.

 

English 

Now that you have created your setting you need characters. Today’s lesson will look at two well known characters from Harry Potter. We will analyse how they have been described and how they act.

Use this link to a film clip which may help you.

 
English

 Today, you are going to create your own character.

This character could be the protagonist (main character; hero) or antagonist (rival / enemy of the protagonist) of your story. Use the planning sheet to collate your ideas.

If you would like a challenge, read the following link

What is characterisation? - Characterisation and narrative voice - GCSE English Language Revision - Other.

It will give you information about improving your characterisation.

If you are unsure then watch How to create a character. Which is a guide on creating a character.

 

English

Over the last 2 weeks, we have worked on the following:

  • Understanding what adventure writing is

  • Recognising and creating an adventure setting

  • Creating a character (protagonist and / or antagonist)

Next step…plot!

To write a successful narrative, or story, you need to have a plan of the plot, or storyline:

- What is your story about? What is the purpose?

- What happens to the main character?

- Does something dramatic happen (the climax) – e.g. a major discovery, a fight, a death?

- How does it end

This is what you are going to be working on today.

Work through the planning sheet. There are various clips and tutorials hyperlinked into it which will help you if you are stuck.

Helpful links

 

 

 
English 

Your task today is to put together all of your planning and create a piece of adventure fiction. 

 

You can choose either:

a) An opening to an adventure story

b) A short story about the idea of adventure.

 

Before you start complete this quiz on story writing Narrative Quiz

When you have completed your story email it to your class teacher.

 

11.30 – 12.00
Reading
Reading
Reading
Reading
Reading
12.00 – 13.00
Lunch
13.00 – 13.45
 Science
Calculating Forces

Complete the lesson on the Oak National Academy website

The lesson will start with a quiz to check your knowledge and understanding, then watch the video to revise your knowledge of calculating forces. You may need to press the next activity button at the bottom of the screen to move through the different stages of the lesson.

 

Geography
"Crazy Cities"

Make a resource (poster or PowerPoint presentation) to teach Y6 students about a Crazy City from the following list:

  • Tokyo (Japan)

  • Cairo (Egypt

  • New York (USA)

You must answer the following questions as part of the project:

  • Where is the city of your choice?

  • Why have millions of people moved there?

  • Why is life difficult for some people who live there?

  • What are the environmental challenges in that city?

  • Is this city you have chosen a ‘sustainable’ city – socially, economically and environmentally? If not, what could the government do to ensure it is sustainable?

Science
Winter Road Conditions

During the winter roads can get very icy so in order for it to be safer for motorists roads are gritted. 

 

Using your knowledge of forces, answer the following question. 

“Why do we grit roads in the winter?” Use force diagrams to explain your answer and label the forces with the name of the force. You should include a diagram of icy roads with and without grit. 

Email your work to your science teacher for feedback. 

History
Recap on the Battle of Hastings

Try to answer the following revision questions about the Battle of Hastings:

  1. When did Harald Hardrade invade England? Where did he arrive? Can you describe in a few sentences what happened during the Battle of Stamford Bridge?

  2. When did William invade? 

  3. What can you tell about Harold’s army and what can you tell about William’s army?

  4. Can you name 4 reasons why William was able to win the Battle of Hastings?

  5. What is the Bayeux Tapestry?

Extension: Try to create your own example of the Battle of Hastings in the style of the Bayeux Tapestry. You can design any scene from the battle such as when Harold dying either by an arrow or being killed by Duke Williams for example. Take a picture of your work and send to your classroom teacher. We would like to display the best designs.

Science
 Consolidation of learning so far

Complete the lesson on the Oak National Academy website.

The lesson will start with a quiz to check your knowledge and understanding, then watch the video to consolidate your knowledge. You may need to press the next activity button at the bottom of the screen to move through the different stages of the lesson.

 

 

13.45 – 14.30
arT
Turpy's Art room

You are invited to produce a piece of Art in response to a chosen theme each fortnight.

Your Artwork can be a pencil drawing, painting or sculpture, in any medium and any scale.

Send your entries with a written commentary explaining how it links to the theme to Mr Turp

This fortnight's theme is 'Summer'

All works need to be submitted by 3pm on Friday.

You can view last week's entries in this video.

Languages
Virtual Escape Room – revising the basics

Work through the PowerPoint, collecting clues as you go.  Email the final answer to Ms Hodson for a certificate.

Helpful link

Drama
Set Design 

The corona virus has changed the way we are able
function as a society at the moment.
Write a short sketch involving no more than three
characters where you explain what life used to be
like. Set it in the future and consider what things you
used to do that you can’t do at the moment.
Send your sketches to me, I look forward to reading
them or if you have some people in your household
who fancy acting it out with you, you could film it!
Email or tweet them to
@DeanesPerform –
Have fun and Good Luck!

Email your work or tweet it to

@DeanesPerform 

Food
 

 

 
Ethics
PHILOSOPHY PROJECT PART 2 (x3 LESSONS)

Please follow the tasks and activities on the PowerPoint presentation provided. It
is about ‘the big questions’ in life and how different people interpret them.

14.30 – 15.00
Physical activity

Students to complete 2 daily challenge in each
Session along with 15 min exercise activity of choice.

Link 1

Link 2

Physical activity

Students to complete 2 daily challenge in each
Session along with 15 min exercise activity of choice.

Link 1

Link 2

Physical activity

Students to complete daily challenge along with 15 min exercise activity of choice.

Link 1

 

Physical activity

Students to complete daily challenge along with 15 min exercise activity of choice.

Link
For above activity you can use a partner if not do
both exercises separately for 2 minutes with a 3
minute rest period.