A Writing Challenge

Chelsea FC: Black History Month Challenge - ‘Who We Are'

Ark John Archer have been allocated the Chelsea player,
Callum Hudson-Odoi. Callum was born and raised in Wandsworth, so is a great choice for our school to research and represent! Your
challenge is to create a profile for your allocated player which
must include the following 3 sections:

1. Research and include the following information:

-Date and place of birth

-Nationality and Shirt number

-Chelsea Goals and Chelsea Appearances

-What years did they play for Chelsea between

-Number of cups wins with Chelsea

-Number of International Goals and Appearances 

2. Write a creative piece about your player in a ‘match report’
style, no more than 500 WORDS!

Your report can describe or explain a significant match for the
player whilst they were at Chelsea FC or a particular moment in
their Chelsea career.

3. Design and create an image on the back of our page which
represents a special moment in your players career.

Each school will choose their own winning entry which we will then
use in our ‘Who We Are’ publication.

Entries must be handed in or emailed to the school office on
Tuesday 3rd November.


Email communication

If you would like to contact your child's class teacher for support with learning, please email the following address: j.year4@arkjohnarcher.org

Your child's class teacher or a member of the AJA team will aim to get back to you as soon as possible.

Where possible, please avoid emailing outside of school hours (7am - 6pm) and at weekends.

History: Roman Invasions

Science: Eggs

In Science this week, we have been considering what effect different drinks and liquids have on our teeth. We have used eggs to simulate teeth because their shells are made with calcium in them, just like our teeth. We have put eggs into fizzy drink, water, oil, milk, vinegar and orange juice. Next week will be the big reveal when we find out what happened to the eggs and discover which liquids are truly tooth-kind. What are your predictions?



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