EPA Miss Shallcross 30.06.20

Hello and welcome to your learning for today! Remember, we are still missing all of you. Well done for keeping your learning going, and Ms Riley will speak to you on the phone soon to see how you are getting on.

Today, we have some reading, Science, maths, PE and a story post. Remember to use your gem powers!


This week our DERIC’s will all be Geography based and they will help us learn more about Ireland. Scroll to the bottom to see the answers.

Science in my kitchen

Today in Science we are going to conduct an experiment to see if we can make ice cream without having to buy it from the shops. Watch my videos with Professor Shallcross (a real scientist) to help show us more.


Today in maths we are exploring an exciting maths investigation. It is called ‘Heads and Feet’. Watch my video below to see. You can find the answers at the bottom of the page.


In school, we are doing PE every day. Have a go at this KiszBop and enjoy a few minute of being active at home. I hope you enjoy the video as much as I did.


We are continuing with are alternative fairytales or fable stories. The Ghanaian Goldilocks by Dr Tamara Pizzoli. Listen to Part 1 of the morden Ghanian version of the story Goldilocks minus the 3 bears. What will happen to Kofi when he breaks into a house that isn’t his?


  • 2. The population of Ireland is 6.3 million people.
  • 3. Ireland is split into two countries called Northern Ireland and The Republic of Ireland.
  • 4. The capital city of Northern Ireland is Belfast.
  • 5. Ireland is famous for its music, river dancing, potatoes, the Titanic, the Shamrock, Lepercauns, and much more.

If you want to send in any of your hard work that you are doing at home, you can take a picture and email them into school at:


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