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This Week’s Work 27th April

I hope you have all been keeping safe and keeping well, and keeping the brain as active as you can.

I hope you have been enjoying the wonderful Hartsbourne Reads.

As I mentioned last week reading is a wonderful way to travel from the comfort of your own armchair. But reading has other effects, it can calm the mind and poetry is a very good way of doing this. There are some wonderful poets out there, and some wonderful poets within our midst:

THE RAINBOW

Say hello to the rainbow

You can make them out of chalk

And stop and look at them on your walk

They go red, orange, green and blue

So make them with your chalk too.

Ethan Hope

As I said last week another great way to let your mind travel is by listening to music, especially music that you are not familiar with like Classical and Jazz music.

So here is another listening list to encourage your mind to create:

Frederick Delius: Brigg Fair

Arnold Bax: Tintagel

John Coltrane: My Favorite Things

Soft Machine: Kings and Queens

Erik Satie: Trois Gymnopedies (orchestral)

I have put together a little programme of lessons which will help you progress with your learning and also I hope be fun and enjoyable.

I would suggest following the timetable below:

9:00 – 9:30 PE – Joe Wickes is excellent and easy to find on Youtube, but any excercises and stretches will get you motivated in the morning.

9:30 – 10:00 – Reading time, aloud or to yourself. Try pushing yourself forward and choosing a book you might not normally have chosen. http://read.gov/books/ this is a link to some free classics including Treasure Island on the American Library of Congress.

10:00 – 11:00 English
11:00- 11:30 Break
11:30 – 12:30 Maths
12-30 – 1:30 Lunch Break
1:30 – 2:30 Foundation Subject
2:30 – 3:00 Listening Time

English poetry 27th April

Maths 27 April

Foundation Subjects 27 April

Hope you enjoy this week’s learning

Mr Stevenson

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