EnglishIn this lesson we will take on the role of different characters and think about how we can change our voice, facial expressions and body language to demonstrate this character to an audience. We will focus mainly on a police officer interviewing Apollo about the crime.
MathsIn this lesson we will investigate which numbers can be shared equally between two, three and four groups.
PSHEIn this lesson, you will be talking about feelings and how people respond to them. You will meet Bobby and friends who will talk to you about how they feel and what they do when they feel different emotions. At the end you'll write a letter to one of Bobby’s friends to help her feel better.
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