Week beginning: 15 JUNE 2020

Two weeks down of Summer 2 and straight into week 3 – how is it going?

How is home learning? Still motivated? How is school? Starting to feel a little bit normal?


Remember that your teacher is always here to support you – so send her an email, even if it’s to say hi or for a catch up, we’d love to hear from you ALL!


SATs BUSTER BOOK- continue to do these when you want to fill your time.

Mental maths books – Daily task – Week 34 – work through your book daily.

Do not forget to look at your PURPLE MASH emails – this is where we communicate with you.

nspcc assembly with ant and dec

At some point this week, we'd like all of you to spend some time watching this video, made by the NSPCC with the help of Ant and Dec. If you want to know any more afterwards, click on the "Keeping Safe" option above.

the london eye mystery

Much of your home learning for Literacy and Guided Reading is about chapters from this excellent book. You need to refer to different chapters for different tasks. Here are the chapters you'll need.

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GR - Cover.jpg

This term, we will be doing work based on the book – The London Eye Mystery.



Day 1: SPAG lesson – Please complete the selection of questions. There are three different tasks – progressively getting more challenging. Please choose one task to complete.


Day 2:  Today we're looking playscripts. What are the main features of a playscript?  Think about Chapters 6 and 7 when they are about to get on the London eye, and your main task is to convert this narrative into a play script. Think about how the characters must be feeling and what they are doing. See task sheet for more details  This may take more than 1 session.


Day 3:  See task sheet for more details – ACT out your play script with a member/members of your family!  Do you need to improve it?



This week you have your usual arithmetic session to get the week started, followed by a couple of fraction revision sessions.  The challenge at the end of the week is an investigation designed to have you going round in spiral! Enjoy!


Day 1: Complete the arithmetic sheet on BODMAS/BIDMAS. Choose the right level for you.

Day 2: Adding and subtracting fractions – see sheet.

Day 3: Multiplying and dividing fractions - see sheet.

Challenge task: Spiral investigation – click on the spirals! The Honesty sheet is in the same document.

Image by Reid Zura
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Task 1 -  Comprehension

Task 2 – retrieval and inference task about the 3 children and what they see and do on the way to the London eye

Task 3 – Looking for character clues in dialogue

Task 4 – You opinions – WOULD YOU…


other tasks to do

Here are some other tasks for you to do as and when you get the chance.


Geography Task 1: Human and physical features of an island. Read the slides first by clicking the Human/ Physical Features logo, then click on the New Forest logo for your task. 

Geography Task 2: Human and physical features – Today you'll be comparing the New Forest work you've done with London. Click the London logo for more information.

Music: A look at great British composer Henry Purcell. Click on the musicians to find your task.

PE: REAL PE Day 8.  

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Girl Band
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Want to stay in contact?


To find your class blog, go to the Purple Mash home page and find the ‘Tools’ box. Find the Communicate box and click on 2blog. Here you will find your class blog from which you will be able to contact your teacher and members of your class. Make sure your messages are kind and helpful. You can also email each other or the teachers through Purple Mash.


You can email things you've done to your class teacher at "classname" Someone will try to look at the emails each week day and get back to you. 

As always, we would like you to practice your times tables and spellings.

Parents please test your children in the way we do at school - they will tell you how!


Recorded in their Reading Journals at least three times a week.

The Alphabet Watercolor


Check here for this week's spelling list.

Image by Chris Liverani


Children must practice weekly their times tables to get their next award.