A little welcome from a familiar face
Find out more about our Cultural Diversity Week and view the contributions so far, by clicking on the link below.
Lesson 1: To plan a newspaper article
Lesson 2: to write a newspaper article
Lesson 3: To plan a diary entry
Lesson 4: To write a diary entry
Lesson 5: To up level and improve my work
In the English Resources section there are instructional PowerPoints to guide you through each day's learning.
There is also a plan template to help you plan your newspaper article.
In the table there are time stamps to help you pause the video at the required points.
Lesson 1: To divide 2 digits by 1 digit
Lesson 2: To divide twi digits byt 1 digit
Lesson 3: To divide 3 digits by 1 digit
Lesson 4: to solve correspondence problems.
Lesson 5: Consolidation Lesson: go back over anything you have struggled with or ask someone at home to create some questions for you linked to what we have done this week. Why not have a go at the fold sheets if you haven't already?
Below are instructional PowerPoints and differentiated sheets like we use in class. There is also a link to the White Rose Maths videos which will guide you through the strategies you need.
WALT: To recognise fronted adverbials.
Below is an instructional PowerPoint and differentiated task sheets as used in class.
There is also a link to a video on Discovery Espresso which may be useful to help understnading.
WALT: To investigate and understand the importance of the River Nile.
In the resources section below there is an Instructional PowerPoint and task sheet.
As well as the work on the Nile we would like you to create your own project on the river Nile. instructions and helpful websites are included below.
Because we are expecting a detailed project we are giving you 2 weeks to do this. this can be done in any way you choose.
you could do a video report where you are being filmed giving a talk.
You could do an art project with some writing on the Nile
you can do an information text like we have done in english with subheadings and fact boxes.
You could produce a big poster with information and pictures.
Play to your strengths.
We can't wait to see them.
WALT: To investigate how sounds are made.
In this we have included some experiments we would like you to carry out and record at home. you can take photos or even video yourself doing the experiments and then explain what you have learned.
This will continue next week too.
Below is an instructional PowerPoint and Task sheet.
WALT: To understand the importance of the River Ganges to Hindus.
This week there are no instructional PowerPoints of Task sheets however, I have put some useful video links below.
WARNING: Parents, please be aware, if using YouTube for research on this topic there are some videos which include content which you may feel is not appropriate for your child.
I would like you to research the River Ganges, its location and its importance to Hindus. Create an information text showing what you learnt. Remember, this is RE so most of the information should be about the River's importance to Hindus
This can be in any form: leaflet, poster, booklet etc. The choice is yours Have fun with it and make it interesting!
WALT: TO create an artistic representation of a journey through Egypt.
Below is an instructional PowerPoint. This topic will continue over the next few weeks.
WALT: To understand and identify clothes in French.
Below is an instructional PowerPoint and task sheet. There is also a video to help you.
WALT: To understand coding
We would like you to look at espresso coding and follow each lesson week on week to learn how to code and create your own sprites, backgrounds and animations.
There are instructional videos to watch each week before you undertake the tasks. Please watch them first.
Feel free to experiment with the coding as well to develop your skills.
The website you need is:
once in this page:
Once logged in click on BLOCK CODING and scroll down to level 4
You can send screen shots of work you have done or even small videos of your animations.
We all know being active is really important but even more so during these times. It can be very easy to just stay cozy on the sofa
Try to do a little exercise or movement each day and let us know how you're getting on!
Below are some video ideas but you may have another suggestion you would like to share!
PSHE and Well-Being:
Looking after ourselves should always be a priority but even more so in these challenging times. If we don't look after ourselves how can we look after those we love the most and those around us?
Over the coming weeks take some time to enjoy some activities with your family. Many of the home learning tasks are designed to be done with others and this is a great opportunity to spend some time learning together and enjoying each others' company.
Below are a few activities designed with well-being in mind.
As with any of the other work, please send us pictures or a few words in an email explaining what you did. Remember, documenting these activities is not the main focus so please don't feel pressured to remember to take pictures just enjoy the time you spend doing the activity.
If you wish to complete the PSHE activities we would have been doing in class, there is a document below for you to have a look at.
PSHE and Well-Being Resources:
During this time of lockdown and Covid it is easy to put our lives on hold and forget to still think about the future.
We would like you to think about yourself now and then where you would like to be and what you would like to be doing at different points of your future.