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Friday 20th November 2020

Hello Titan class!

If you would like to be featured in the video next week, make sure you ask an adult to send pictures of your work to


Before you start please make sure you have signed the morning register by clicking here.


Climb aboard a pirate ship and go this way, that way, forwards, backwards over the raging seas!


Start with 15 minutes on TTrockstars.


Miss the Super maths quiz or just want to do it again? Click here!


Answer the following questions in your home learning journal.




Now watch the third instalment of Beowulf:


Your activity:

Create a story map showing the key parts of the story of Beowulf.

Look at the example below:

Can you use this example to help get you started? There are some excellent vocabulary on this that you could magpie - but I know that you could improve this and add short descriptions (use expanded noun phrases, similes and don't forget to uplevel your adjectives).



Write each word THREE times and then use each one in a sentence.








The next step to creating your own Viking legends:

Today, can you describe the mythical beast from your legend?

What could your beast be?

Here are some pictures that might inspire you when your thinking of what your beast will look like:





(Remember to email in your learning to; It could be on the website so all your friends can see)



The Anglo-Saxons were great craft workers. They made intricate jewellery, musical instruments and homemade toys and games. Click here to learn more and then draw your own piece of Anglo-Saxon art or treasure. You can use the images in the article as inspiration for the patterns and colours.