You should have a version of Macbeth, which you write last week.
Have a re-read. Can you spot any mistakes? I have had a few emailed to me, so here is some advice on what to look out for:
At the heart of the Macbeth story is the idea of betrayal.
I want you to plan a story in which the main character betrays someone who trusts him/her. Like Macbeth, have an ending in which the bad guy loses!
You will be using the rest of the week to write this story up.
A new topic for this week, which will be good preparation for KS3: probability.
No exercises today, just a video to watch and make notes on. This is a completely new topic, so advise you to watch this with an adult or an older sibling if possible, so you can discuss what you learn.
Play a Game
I imagine that many of you are spending rather more time on screen entertainment than is, perhaps, ideal.
So, I want you to play a board game.
Now, some of you may not have a board game at home, so you can the link to Traffic Lights, a simple game you can make yourself using paper or card. It is on a maths website, but don't worry - it's fun (or at least, I like it!).