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Credenhill, Hereford

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Monday 15th June 2020


ART - This week your art is based on the artist Andy Goldsworthy
Below is a link to some of his pictures and your art task for today.

In June 2000 he left giant snowballs in London, which is 20 years ago this month. Each snowball weighted a tonne. They were filled with all sorts of things he had found in nature. As they melted, the items dropped to the floor. Have a go today at creating a large ice cube filled with things from nature. Once it is frozen you can put it outside and leave it to melt. 

How much did your sculpture weigh?

How long did it take to melt?

What did it look like when it had all melted?


Inspired by Heather's amazing cooking video, I want to know about your family's favourite recipe.

  • Is it a special cake?
  • A recipe that has been handed down through the generations?
  • Is it one that you that you have learnt to cook yourself?

Today's task is to pass that recipe on. You could write it down, video yourself making it or type it out, it's up to you. Remember we will need the ingredients, the method and how to cook it (if it needs cooking).

Can wait to see what you choose. 


Year 6 - Week 7 - Lesson 3 - Substitution

This is "Year 6 - Week 7 - Lesson 3 - Substitution" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo

Today's worksheet to go with the above video