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We a home learning menu for this half term that you can download or view below.

If you have any questions about anything, just come in and see us.


  1. What objects can you find in your house that are 3D shapes?
  2. Investigate – The heavier the object, the quicker it will sink. True or False… Prove it!
  3. Challenge – If you add two odd numbers together, the answer will always be even. Do you agree? Show your reasoning with at least 7 examples.



  1. Write a poem about the Titanic.
  2. Plan a party for the First Class passengers on-board the ship.
  3. Write a message in a bottle to send for help!  



a) Compare an artic habitat to the rainforest.

b) Research and record the journey the Titanic took.



  1. Research a famous passenger who was on-board the Titanic.
  2. What major historical events happened 50 years before or after the Titanic sank?  



  1. Design your own version of the Titanic ship, making sure that this one doesn’t sink.
  2. Sketch an outfit that a First class passenger and a Third class passenger would wear.


Design and Technology

  1. Using “junk” can you create a model version of the Titanic ship.
  2. Can you make your own boat that can float on water?



  1. Keep a food diary, logging everything you eat over a week. Do you have a balanced diet?
  2. Create a table with adult animals and their young. (e.g. Dogs and puppies)



  1. Can you describe your “special place”? Why is it special to you?
  2. What are the special places of worship for Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Islam, Buddhism? 



  1. An algorithm is a set of instructions.  Can you write a set of instructions for how to evacuate onto a lifeboat when on the Titanic?
  2. Create a poster persuading people to go on the Titanic.