Today we are thinking about what makes a good neighbour, like in the Good Samaritan
- Who is a neighbour to you?
- Who would you ask if you needed help finding something?
- Who would you ask if you were stuck with your work?
- Who would you ask if you needed advice on you friendships?
- Is there more than one person that could help in these situations?
Now look at the pictures below – who do you consider to be the good neighbour in these pictures and why?
Select three images and write an argument for why they are a good/bad/unsure neighbour. Use the Good Samaritan gospel as an example. Explaining your reasons why.
Try to use PEE structure - Point, Evidence, Explain.
Work to be completed in Exercise book.
Maths - recapping basics
Year 4: Negative Numbers
Year 5: Multiples and Factors
Year 6: Adding and Subtracting
Optional investigation for any year group:
Optional Maths Worksheets
Watch the video on how to draw a self- portrait.
During Tudor times, portraits were used to pass on a message to people at home and abroad. They were used to show what a person's character was like, as it was thought that appearance reflected character. They were used to display power and status.
The painting below of Henry VIII shows that he was in charge, regal, brave or would not back down as he is staring straight out of the painting.
There is a sense of majesty with his clothing and the drapes behind him. His large belly shows that he is rich because he can afford plenty of food to eat. The chains and gold also show wealth.
His pose with his hand on his hip shows that he is in charge.
I would like you to show 3 parts of your personality through your portrait. This could be done by things that are around you, things you are wearing, what the drawn version of you is looking at, the expression on your face and your body language.
Write a small paragraph to explain how your picture shows your personality.