After a week of lessons on shape, we are going to use our Friday session to recap some basics.
Year 4: place value.
Year 5: negative numbers.
Year 6: rounding.
Optional Maths Worksheets
Explore how far Christians are making the kind of world that Jesus wanted.
Look at a list of events from Rockbeare church website. https://www.achurchnearyou.com/church/8621/service-and-events/events-regular/
- Why is each event important?
- Which ones would Rev. Lane be involved in?
- What kind of person do you need to be to be a church leader?
- What kind of person do you need to be to be a Christian?
Use the Christian Aid website https://www.christianaid.org.uk/ to explore the work of the charity and then produce a fact sheet based on this.
Why do people act in this way?
Work to be completed in exercise book.
To follow on from our very successful bread baking, I have another Tudor recipe for you to try!
Here are a couple of videos to get you in the mood:
And here is this week's recipe:
This recipe is in categories Tudors, Healthy eating, Picnic, Vegetarian,About this recipe:
Comments: Very easy.
Preparation Time: 30 mins and then drying time of several days.
Cooking Time: None
Number of servings: Between 6-9 rings per apple
Serving suggestions: Try dipping in honey, this is especially good when spiced with cinnamon.
This is a vegetarian recipe
Dried apple rings were popular in the 16th century, as a way of storing fruit to last for the winter. Dried fruit could be soaked and used in puddings and sauces as needed.
These keep very well and still make a nice healthy snack.
- 3-4 apples
- string and pegs (can be easier than tying knots)
- honey to serve (if you want a vegan version try serving with maple syrup.)
Making and cooking it
- Peel your apples and core them
- Slice the apples thinly, approx 1/2 cm or less
- Thread the apples onto the string, either using pegs to space them or by tying. (The rings should not touch each other or they won't dry well)
- Hang in a sunny spot, inside a window is perfect
- Leave until the rings are dry to the touch but still slightly springy when squeezed