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Year 4 Home Learning

Friday 17th July


Make a start on the afternoon PSHE activity:


Time to think about September, your new classroom and your new teacher. 

Write a letter to your new teacher. 

Let them get to know a little bit about you. 

Write about: 

  • What you like – hobbies, interests, lessons in school. 

  • What are you good at? 

  • What do you find difficult? 

  • Describe your family – don't forget to include your pets. 

  • What have you enjoyed most about Year 4? 

  • What do you want to achieve in Year 5? 

  • What are you looking forward to?  

Think carefully about your presentation. 

This will be the first piece of work that your new teacher will see from you.

Keep this letter safe until September..


Let’s try a little GoNoodle this afternoon - 

Thursday 16th July

PE for Year 4,5&6 - Warm up - Short Circuit Workout #1

PSHE - Let's introduce a summer well-being challenge

Wednesday 15th July

ENGLISH - Work through the PPT to learn about shape poems. There are shapes of sea creatures for you to print off or copy to create your own shape poem. Write your descriptive phrases from yesterday inside the picture.


Do you remember how to quill?   

Let’s try and quill a sea creature. 

I think it would be amazing to try a sea turtle but there are so many sea creatures to choose from. 

Follow the slides through and watch clip to remind you what to do: 

how to make simple paper quilling flowers? paper quilling for beginners

Quilling for beginners

Tuesday 14th July


How to draw a:  



Sea Turtle: 


There are so many other sea creatures to choose from.  Go for it! 


Watch Blue Planet II – The Deep (episode 2) if you want to find out more amazing facts about our oceans. 

You will need to watch this using iPlayer.

Monday 13th July

Oceans of the World for Kids | Learn all about the 5 Oceans of the Earth

ENGLISH: Learn all about the 5 Oceans of the World in this video designed for kids and elementary students. We walk through the geographic locations for each ocean an...


Friday 10th July


Have you completed your Virtual Sports Day Challenge yet? 

This is your last chance.  Don’t forget to send your scores in.     



Follow this Bitesize lesson to learn about weather and climate: 


RE - Week 6  Year 4 Term 6 RE – Inspiring Leaders - Jesus  

 A good teacher: Create a list of the key ‘ingredients’ that are needed to make a good teacher.   

Jesus taught this story of the parable of the two builders.

Click on the picture to watch the video of the story. 

What do you think Jesus was trying to teach from this parable?  

What strengthens our lives?

Draw a picture of themselves standing on a base of the important things in life that supports you.  

Do you think Jesus would inspire people with this story? Why?  

Thursday 9th July

Maths Greater Depth (optional)


Follow this Bitesize lesson to learn all about what the Ancient Egyptians believed in: 




Have you completed your Virtual Sports Day Challenge yet? 

Don’t forget to send your scores in.   

R.E. - Looking at inspiring leaders.

Wednesday 8th July

Maths greater depth (optional)

Tuesday 7th July

Maths Greater Depth (optional)

King Tut and His Treasures for Kids: Biography of Tutankhamun, Discovery of his Tomb - FreeSchool

Introducing Ancient Egypt | History - Lost Lands

Horrible Histories - Awful Egyptians | Compilation

Learn all about some of Egypt's most ruthless rulers & their beliefs of the afterlife in this video! Subscribe for more Horrible History:

Monday 6th July

Maths greater depth (optional)

How an Ancient Egyptian Mummy was Made

Friday 3rd July


Look at the map of the pirate island. 

Can you see that there are numbers at the side of the graph and letters along the bottom? 

We use these to write coordinates.  We always go along the bottom first then up the side.   

Use the term: 

‘Along the corridor then up the stairs’ 

To help you remember the right order. 

Task 1:  Complete the pirate island sheet. 

Task 2:  Draw your own pirate island.  Place 6 items on the map and label their coordinates. 

Thursday 2nd July

Maths extra challenge (optional)

ENGLISH - Read through the slides to remind you of the task.

PE lesson for Year 4, 5 & 6 - Ball Circuit

Grab a football and join me for a ball circuit workout. 20 seconds exercise and 20 seconds rest. Write down your scores and try and match or beat it during t...

Wednesday 1st July




Find your notes from yesterday. 

Hopefully you should have notes on two rainforest animals. 

You need two more pieces of paper for your non-chronological report/information book. 

Organise your notes into paragraphs with a sub-heading. 

Remember to start you paragraph with a short opening sentence to introduce your animal. 

Use a range of conjunctions to join you other facts together.  (Only one conjunction per sentence please.) 

Now you should have 4 pages for your non-chronological report/information book. 

If you have time, you could start to create a front cover for your book. 

Have you added pictures for each animal? 

TOPIC - Look through the slides to see examples.

Tuesday 30th June


The Great Kapok Tree

Rainforests 101 | National Geographic

Rainforests are home to over half of the world's plant and animal species. Learn about tropical and temperate rainforests, how they contribute to the global ...

Monday 29th June

The Shamans Apprentice

READING - Enjoy a ten minute break listening to a Rainforest tale: The Shaman's Apprentice.

Rainforests 101 | National Geographic

This week we are heading off to the Rainforests of the world.

Friday 26th June

Aboriginal Dreamtime Story

READING - Based on an Aboriginal Dreamtime story of Waatji Pulyeri (the Blue Wren)

Dreamtime Stories - Tiddalick The Frog

ENGLISH Look through the slides and write the story of Tiddilick the Frog.


Let’s try a little GoNoodle this afternoon - 



Let’s learn about Time Zones.  Use the following Bitesize clip to understand time zones: 


Watch this clip to revise the sun – night and day: 

If it’s daytime for us, which countries do you think will be night time? 

Use your Time Zone chart, complete the time zone challenge sheet. 

RE - Inspiring People – Martin Luther King

Thursday 25th June

The Dreaming. The Story Of The Spirit Fingers

READING - The story of the spirit fingers

ENGLISH - Thursday lesson

Dreamtime Stories - Tiddalick The Frog

Dreamtime Story Animation "Tiddalick The Frog" for the Marambul Yuganha Exhibition at the Griffith campus of TAFE NSW Riverina Institute 2011. Exhibition Coo...

PE for Year 4,5&6 - Warm up - Short Circuit Workout #1

This is a fun and active PE lesson with a warm up and a 5 exercise circuit (two rounds). Don't forget your bottle of water! Music by:

Wednesday 24th June

Dreamtime Stories - Girawu The Goanna

READING - Dreamtime Story Animation "Girawu The Goanna"

ENGLISH - Read through the slides to understand your task.

Why Koala Has a Stumpy Tail (Animated Stories for Kids)

When Tree Kangaroo and Koala dig a well to get some water, Tree Kangaroo ends up doing all of the work and Koala ends up with a stumpy tail in this origin st...

ART WALT- Understand how aboriginal art uses symbols to tell a story. 


Learn about the ancient aboriginals and the messages they conveyed through art. 

  • Look at examples of animal aboriginal art on the slide show. 

  • Watch YouTube clip to learn how aboriginal art tells a story 

  • Create your own aboriginal piece of art.  

  • Choose an Australian animal and draw the outline first.  (Watch the YouTube clip to learn more about Australian animals)

  • Draw or paint in the background thinking about the symbols you could use (see attached sheet). 

  • Use finger-tips or end of a brush to add the detail in the dots. 

  • Don’t forget to take a photo. 

Aboriginal Dot Paintings

Follow the slides through for examples of aboriginal art. There are art symbols for your to use and also pictures of Australian animals that may be helpful.

Australian Animals | Animals for Kids | Weird Wild Animals

Tuesday 23rd June

READING - How the Kangaroo got its pouch

Aboriginal dreamtime story about the origins of the kangaroo's pouch. Thank You for watching :-) Please subscribe for more stories For more dreamtime stories...


Watch ‘Why the Koala has a stumpy tail’: 

Now we have broken down our Australian tale, draw a story board for each section. 

Add speech bubbles for each picture. 

What does each character say in each picture? 

Why Koala Has a Stumpy Tail (Animated Stories for Kids)

When Tree Kangaroo and Koala dig a well to get some water, Tree Kangaroo ends up doing all of the work and Koala ends up with a stumpy tail in this origin st...

Australia | Destination World

Experience the only continent that's an island on this episode of "Destination World." Australia, also known as the Land Down Under, has some of the most uni...

AUSTRALIA - Research. Work through the following document and create your own factfile.

Monday 22nd June

Spellings for Monday 22nd June

Dreamtime Stories - Mirram The Kangaroo and Warreen The Wombat

Dreamtime Story Animation "Mirram The Kangaroo and Warreen The Wombat" for the Marambul Yuganha Exhibition at the Griffith campus of TAFE NSW Riverina Instit...

Why Koala Has a Stumpy Tail (Animated Stories for Kids)

When Tree Kangaroo and Koala dig a well to get some water, Tree Kangaroo ends up doing all of the work and Koala ends up with a stumpy tail in this origin st...

Examples of story maps:

Friday 19th June

Maths Greater Depth (optional)

DO NOW - Alphabetically order names of countries


Let’s go back to our Tiny Dragon picture. 

It’s a magic dragon.  Did you list yesterday the magic that it can do? 

Now imagine that it can fit into your pocket. 

When you need it, it can grow so big that you can ride it! 

  • What adventure could you go on?   

  • Where would you like to visit on your dragon? 

  • Would you use it to help people? 

  • Would you use it to visit interesting places? 

Write a short story about your adventure on Tiny Dragon. 

Organise your story into 3 sections (usually we do 5 sections, but I want a short story today). 

  1. Where does your story start?  Describe Tiny Dragon growing big using lots of powerful vocabulary.

  2. Where are you going?  Describe your journey.  Use your amazing verbs from last week for ‘flying’ and ‘big’. 

  3. Where do you land?  Describe your new setting.  Describe what you do together. 


GoNoodle for a this afternoon - 


Today, we’re going to look at Latitude and Longitude.  Look at Bitesize to start off: 


Look at the following clip from Dr. Nagler which will explain it further: 

Complete labeling the imaginary lines around the earth. 

Dr. Nagler's Laboratory: Longitude and Latitude

"Why imagine? Let's do it!" Step inside Dr. Nagler's Laboratory to explore new discoveries! In this episode, help a troubled passenger land a plane by naviga...

RE - Look at an inspiring leader Ghandi

Thursday 18th June

Names of Quadrilaterals

Corbettmaths - This video names the different types of quadrilaterals and their properties.

Maths greater depth (optional)


Look at the picture: Tiny Dragon.   

Just look at the first slide. 

What are your thoughts? 

What facts can you list just from the picture? 

Answer the questions about the Tiny Dragon.   

For these questions you will have to use your imagination. 

Give it a go.  There are no right or wrong answers for these questions. 

PSHE Look at the importance of oceans.

Wednesday 17th June

Maths Greater Depth (optional)


Today we’re going to revise ordering words alphabetically. 

Follow the following link and work through the BBC Bitesize lesson: 

Topic- Carnival inspired art.


I have found 2 instruction videos for you to watch. I'm really looking forward to seeing what designs you come up with. Don't forget to send me your photographs.

Tuesday 16th June

Exploring Triangles.


Today, we are looking at the different types of triangles. Follow the link below for a BBC bitesize experience.

Maths Challenge

Dragon Slayer (Animation)

In einer Zeit, in der Drachen die Menschen bedrohten, gab es einen Mann, der sich zur Aufgabe machte zu kämpfen. Taragon, den Drachentöter nannten sie ihn un...


Watch the short film ‘Dragonslayer’ again. 

What is the dragonslayer going to do with the baby dragons? 

Where is he going to take them? 

Could they be put to good use? 

Do they all live happily ever after? 

Task:  Write the ending to the story. 

You can do this in a number of ways: 

  • Write the ending using paragraphs. 

  • Create a storyboard using speech bubbles and pictures. 

  • Use your amazing stop-frame animation skills. 

  • Create a 3D model to show where they all end up. 

  • HAVE FUN! 



Go through the slides and follow the links.

Monday 15th June

Greater Depth (optional)

ENGLISH - Work through the PDF document. Don't forget to practice your spellings first. There is a short video clip to watch first and I've attached a chart to complete afterwards.

Dragon Slayer (Animation)

Friday 12th June

Maths Greater Depth (optional)

DO NOW - Suffixes


Predict the next part of the story. 

The inventor is now being towed by the girl’s whale. 

Where do you think they will go next? 

Who will they meet? 

Will they meet another flying animal or piece of cliff/rock? 

Would anyone be living on there? 

Would they be a friend or an enemy? 

Maybe they meet a huge waterfall in the sky but who could live there? 

I’d quite fancy a swim under a waterfall. 

You can show me your prediction in a number of ways: 

  • Write out your prediction in paragraphs. 

  • Write out your events in a list like a flow chart (I’ve completed one of these as an example for you) 

  • Create a storyboard – a picture for each step. 

  • Model each stage for a stop-frame animation (Isaac used his play-doh last time and Lily used her lego) 


Let’s try a little GoNoodle for a change this afternoon - 



Let’s look at Contours, Keys and Symbols. 

Use the following Bitesize clip to understand what contours, keys and symbols are: 


Complete your own symbols for areas around the school. 

Keep them small and simple. 

If you can download the map of the school, add you own symbols to each area.  


Thursday 11th June

Angles maths challenge. (optional)


Today we’re going to learn about the suffixes –ous and –sion. 

Follow the following link and work through the BBC Bitsize lesson:

PSHE - Conservation – Looking at the work of the WWF.

Wednesday 10th June

Maths Greater Depth (optional)

DO NOW - Copy out and improve the passage below. Think about you joined handwriting. Who is going to try this out in pen? Take a photo to show Mrs Gallimore or Mrs Ely.


Do you remember how to write a script? 

Here’s another chance to perfect your skills. 


We are going to imagine what our characters might say, and I mean all our characters:  the bird, the girl, the boy, the whale and even the boy’s rock. 

Don’t panic because I’ve written scene 1 to remind you what to do.  Take a look then follow the instructions below.

Now it's your turn.  Write your own script for scene 2.

Scene 2 – Watch from 1:00 to 1:50.

This is where the inventor arrives but must leave. 

  • What do you think they would say in this short scene? 
  • Would the bird say anything? 
  • Is it the whale or the inventor’s island that makes that noise when the clouds go grey? 
  • What do you think they are saying? 

Use the success criteria to help you:


Success Criteria: 

  • List characters in that scene.  

  • Set the scene using descriptive vocabulary. 

  • Add director’s comments in brackets.                                                                            (Think whether your director’s comment needs to go before or after each speech) 

  • Include adverbs in the director’s comments so your character knows how to act or say their dialogue. 

  • Write the character’s names at the side of the page. 

  • Add the dialogue next to the character’s name.                                                             (REMEMBER–YOU DO NOT NEED TO USE SPEECH MARKS) 

Tuesday 9th June

ENGLISH - Today we are going to create an emotion graph. I know it’s not a maths lesson, but we can use some of our maths skills to draw the graph. I’ve completed an emotion graph for the boy as an example, but I would like you to complete an emotion graph for the girl. There is a list of instructions on how to draw your own graph and there is also a template to get you started. The most important thing in this lesson will be your 4 explanations.

Monday 8th June

Maths Greater Depth (optional)


Watch the short film ‘Adrift’. 

Let’s analyse each character.  I’ve added a prompt sheet with a picture of each character to help you. 

I want you to start piecing together what we know about each character like piecing together a jigsaw. 

Answer the questions to get you started then you can add more ideas of your own. 

Adrift -- 3D Animation @ University of Hertfordshire 2010

Short film produced at the University of Hertfordshire 2010, featured in 3dartist and 3dworld magazine. Also currently used on all Ati Graphics card boxes. h...

Friday 5th June

Maths Greater Depth (optional)



Now it’s time to create a poem using all of your fantastic vocabulary from Wednesday. 

Use your chart from yesterday and present your poem as neatly as possible on a separate piece of paper or a clean page in your book. 

Think about joining your handwriting. 

Think about starting a new line for each new idea of your poem. 

Think about how you are going to decorate your poem. 

Imagine that Mrs Gallimore and Mrs Ely are going to put it on display – it needs to be that good! 


Thursday 4th June

Maths Greater Depth (optional)


Today we’re going to revise Fact or Opinion. 

Follow the following link and work through the BBC Bitesize lesson: 


Let’s look at maps.  

Use the following Bitesize clip and short activity to label the points of a compass: 

Then complete the compass direction challenge. 


PSHE Conservation – Write a rap to encourage Reduce, Reuse and Recycle

Wednesday 3rd June

Maths Greater Depth (optional)



Watch 'Adrift' again to remind you of the feeling of floating high in the sky.  Use your words from yesterday and complete the chart to build up your descriptive ideas.  Use your thesaurus for powerful vocabulary 

Adrift -- 3D Animation @ University of Hertfordshire 2010

Short film produced at the University of Hertfordshire 2010, featured in 3dartist and 3dworld magazine. Also currently used on all Ati Graphics card boxes. h...

Mehndi ideas

Tuesday 2nd June

Maths Greater Depth (optional)

ENGLISH - Using a thesaurus, imagine you were that giant whale flying through the air. How many different words for ‘flying’ can you find? If you don’t have a thesaurus, use this online link: List other words for ‘big’. I’ve already given you the word ‘giant’ to get you started.

Monday 1st June

Maths greater depth (optional)

Adrift -- 3D Animation @ University of Hertfordshire 2010


Watch the short film ‘Adrift’. 

What animal would you like to build your home on?  Why? 

Draw a picture of what your home would look like on top of your animal. 

Make it big and clear with lots of detail and don’t forget to send me a photo. 

Harry Potter Work Out

I thought we were ready for a change so why not try out a fitness routine based on Harry Potter.
I've still attached our DTF Fitness cards of you want to stick with that or shy not get outside and splash around in a paddling pool?

Friday 22nd May


To finish of our topic on the Demon Dentist, write a 50 word summary of the book. 

That means, retell the whole story in 50 words! 

You need to stick to the very exciting bits as 50 words makes it quite a challenge.  Every word has to be important.  Try not to use the word ‘the’ and keep ‘a’ to an absolute minimum.  Good Luck. 



As we have been having such glorious weather, I thought it would be nice for us to explore how to describe the weather in French spoken language.

Thursday 21st May

Maths challenge (optional)


Today we’re going to revise the difference between formal and informal language.  Follow the following link and work through the BBC Bitesize lesson: 

GEOGRAPHY How is land used in England? Let’s find out about Urban and Rural areas. Which areas of England have the largest population? Which have the smallest? Explain why you think certain areas have a lower population. You may need to discuss this with an adult.

PSHE - Complete the activity to manage your thoughts and feelings.

Wednesday 20th May

Here are two maths games, that link to our current maths topic. I hope you enjoy them.



Recreate the battle scene in the cave of the Demon Dentist. 

Watch the video of Mrs Ely reading that section again to help you. 

You could organise your recreation in a number of different ways: 

  • Write this out in paragraphs but use your onomatopoeia from yesterday.   

  • Create a story board/comic strip using your onomatopoeia. 

  • Create a stop-frame animation using puppets or play-doh or plasticine. 

Have fun and be as creative as you like. 


Making Poo! 

Go through the information document and it will explain each part of the process and what important job each part of our digestive system does.  There is also a video with Mrs Ely on Class Story to help.   

Tuesday 19th May

Maths Greater Depth (optional)

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 11

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 11



On p396, David Walliams uses ‘onomatopoeia’.  Onomatopoeia are words that copy the sound that they are describing.  For example: SPLASH, WHOOSH, PLOP.  

Look through the slide show to find more examples. 


Your task today is to think of lots of onomatopoeia to use in the battle cave scene. 

Complete the sentences using onomatopoeia but don’t just write the words. Draw them.  There are examples to help you. 

There are two strands to our topic session this afternoon. You can choose between music and food, or you can have a go at both. I'm really looking forward to seeing what you come up with.

Food and your mood.

Design your own food for mood plates.

Music and your mood.

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 10

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 10

ENGLISH - Use the text and draw a detailed picture of Miss Root’s cave. Annotate the picture (that means copy parts of the text next to specific parts of your drawing. If you draw a goblet made out of child’s teeth copy the part of the text ‘the goblet was made up of hundreds of teeth’. I’ve also added a picture of Egyptian hieroglyphics in case you want to work out how to spell your name.

R.E. - Find out more about Hindu Holy books.

Friday 15th May

Maths Greater Depth (optional)

Greater Depth (optional)


ENGLISH - Today we are going to plan as many ideas for a poem. There’s a picture of a coal mine and a chart to help with your ideas. We did the very same activity when we created our winter poems last term. Listing verbs and adverbs can be a little tricky so have a look at the personification slide to help you.

Victorious - Flow | GoNoodle

Learn to grow strength and confidence from inside yourself with this stretching exercise. This video comes from GoNoodle's Flow channel. Flow gets kids to re...

Thursday 14th May



Today we are going to revise the use of similes and metaphors. 

Follow the following link and work through the BBC Bitesize lesson:  

Complete activities 1, 2 and 4.  These will help you with tomorrow’s lesson. 

If you’re ‘in the zone’ go for activity 3 as well. 

GEOGRAPHY - Oceans and Rivers

Wednesday 13th May

Maths Greater Depth (optional)

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 9

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 9


SCIENCE - Look at the first 3 slides before you complete the first activity. You can check your answers on slide 4 before completing the second activity.

Operation Ouch - Digestion | Biology for Kids

Subscribe to the Operation Ouch official channel! Click here: Watch these amazing body experiments for kids! This wee...

SCIENCE INVESTIGATION - Results. It's time to be rid of mouldy egg shells! Draw what you see and complete the investigation. Which is the healthiest drink?

Tuesday 12th May

Maths Greater Depth (optional)

ENGLISH - Vocabulary Work


Emotions board game

Monday 11th May

Greater depth (optional)


You are now PC Plank. 

You need to find whoever is leaving these disgusting items under children’s pillow. 

Create a WANTED poster.  Look at the example.  Think about: 

  •  where your picture should go. 

  • How much reward you are going to give. 

  • Describe Miss Root and her cat. 

  • Describe her flying gas cyclinder. 

R.E. - Find out about the Holy books of Hinduism.

Thursday 7th May

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 8

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 8


Today we’re going to revise the use of apostrophes for possession.  Follow the following link and work through the BBC Bitesize lesson: 

Here are the links and documents you need to complete your geography lesson.

Map of Europe.

Wednesday 6th May


Your instructions are in the timetable above but listen to Mrs Ely read part of the story on Class Story and give you a few prompts to help.

Draw Spitfire Real Easy | Step by Step

Learn how to draw a Supermarine Spitfire from World War 2 real easy with step by step instructions from Shoo Rayner, the author of Everyone Can Draw - the bo...

Horrible Histories song - RAF Pilot Song - CBBC

Check out the World War 2 Pilot Song from Horrible Histories series 4! Can you get all the references to a certain boyband? (It's Take That....) For more CBB...

How To Draw Poppies

Learn how to draw poppies! Did you know there's more to this lesson? Visit to become an Art Club Member! SUBSCRI...

Poppy flower DIY for kids

tutorial, kids, children, preschool, tips, useful things, lifehacks, tricks, crafts, diy projects, diy activities, do it yourself, diy, easy life hacks, simp...

Tuesday 5th May

Maths additional task (optional)

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 6

Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 7

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 7

Here is everything you will need to complete this afternoon's rationing lesson. I hope you enjoy this task and getting creative in your kitchen.

Rationing Slides

Wartime recipes

Monday 4th May


Mass is measured in grams (g) and kilograms (kg).   


Kitchen Challenge:

  • What items can you find, in your kitchen, that have their mass on the label?      Look for flour, sugar, herbs etc.  
  • Can you put these items in order of their mass? 
  • Take a picture and send it to me on Class Dojo or list the items and their mass in your books. 


Do you have a set of scales? 

Let's measure some random items from other parts of the house.

What can you find that has:

  • a mass of 10g?
  • a mass of 50g?
  • a mass of 100g?
  • a mass of 200g?
  • a mass of 500?


If you have a chance this week, do some baking.  There is no better way to practice your measuring than baking something scrumptious.  Enjoy!



Imagine that you are Alfie.  You wake up to find yourself strapped into Miss Root’s dentist chair and you can hear her counting out all of your teeth in a metal dish.  You feel around your mouth and it’s empty.  No teeth at all.  How do you feel?  Are you in pain?  What’s happened?  What has Miss Root done?  What on earth are you going to do? 


Write a diary entry to describe all of the thoughts in your head.  To help you, write a paragraph about each of the following: 

  • Where are you?  Describe what you see.  What can you hear Miss Root doing? 

  • How do you feel?  What can you feel in your mouth?  Are you in pain?  Describe. 

  • What are you going to do?  How are you going to out of the chair?   

  • Where are you going to go?  You can’t go back to school.  Everyone will laugh at you. 

Don’t forget to include lots of thought and feelings. 

Victory in Europe - VE Day


Watch this BBC clip to introduce VE Day:  (you need only watch the first 2 minutes)   

Here are a list of activities to choose from: 

  • Design a World War 2 medal.  (There's a template to download if you need it.)

  • Create your medal out of cardboard, string and foil.   (I've made my own as an example)

  • Create your own Union Jack bunting to decorate your house with for Friday.   (There's a template to download if needed)

There is also further YouTube clip to listen to the speech of Winston Churchill and watch the celebrations that took place 75 years ago. You need only watch the first 3 minutes.

Make your own medal. Use string to create your pattern or message. You could use buttons too. Press the biggest piece of foil over the pattern when it's dry. Stick the smaller piece of foil on the back. Ta dah!!

V E Day in London - 1945

V E Day began with Mr Churchill's broadcast officially announcing the end of war in Europe. Londoners took to the streets in celebrations which continued for...

Friday 1st May

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 5

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 5

DO NOW - Identify the key features of the text.



Hopefully, you have been listening to the Demon Dentist and know that Alfie definitely does not want to ever go to the dentist ever again.  He’s agreed to go on a bus but, on p118, he starts to make a list of excuses as to what could happen to his bus so that he never gets there. 


Listen to Mrs Ely read those excuses on Class Story. 


Task:  Make up at least 5 more excuses.  Make them crazy.  Make them exciting.  The more weird the better.  Use as many adjectives as you can.  Include some alliteration.  You can either bullet point your ideas with a picture like David Walliams has done or create your own cartoon story board.  Have fun with it. 

You can use the sentences from the sheet to create your conversations or you can use the conversations from the video. 

Thursday 30th April

Maths Greater Depth (optional)

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 4


Today we’re going to revise the use of prepositions.  Follow the following link and work through the BBC Bitesize lesson: 

GEOGRAPHY - Look at the slides below before you complete the worksheets to find Derbyshire and our neighbouring counties. There's an Ordnance Survey map attached to help you.

Task 1: Can you find, colour and label Derbyshire? Task 2: Find, colour and label all of the counties touching Derbyshire. Challenge: How many other counties can you find, colour and label?

Wednesday 29th April

Maths greater depth (optional)

ENGLISH - Use a dictionary to find the definitions of these words.

SCIENCE - Watch the slide show to revise facts on herbivores, carnivores and omnivores. Can you recognise the animals from their skulls and teeth? Can you work out the types of food that they eat?

SCIENCE - Set up an investigation to answer the question: Which drink is the healthiest?

Tuesday 28th April

Maths Greater Depth (optional)

There are lots of fun games you can play online. I have put a link to the top marks website below. I hope you enjoy playing some of the brilliant games they have to offer.

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 3

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 3

ENGLISH - DO NOW Fill in the gaps to make the sentences make sense.

ENGLISH - Draw a picture of Winnie. Use quotes from the text to describe Winnie. Write these around your picture.

ENGLISH - Read the extra text about Winnie. Write your opinions about Winnie in thought bubbles.

Guided meditation notes and thought cloud sheets.

Monday 27th April

Maths Greater Depth (optional)

ENGLISH - Have you listened to Mrs Ely reading part of Demon Dentist on Class Story?

There are more extracts on the following document. Draw a picture of Miss Root and, around the picture, list as many facts and opinions about her.

P.E. - Try a circuit from DTF Fitness.

R.E. - Revision on Hinduism. Write down 5 things that you know about Hinduism. What the video clip to help you.

Friday 24th April

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 2

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 2

ENGLISH - Sorting pronouns into personal and possessive.

Sorting pronouns. Sort the personal and possessive pronouns. Don't worry about the relative pronouns. We'll look at those another day.

Maths Greater Depth (optional)


Here are the links for YUMU and BBC bitesize. You will need these websites to complete your Music and your French lesson.

Thursday 23rd April

Maths Greater Depth (optional)

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 1

Demon Dentist by David Walliams - Part 1


Have you listened to the first part of The Demon Dentist by David Walliams?

Follow the link to the BBC Bitesize page and find Monday 20th April's lesson on pronouns.  

Let me know what you think and I'll include some more of these lessons next week.

GEOGRAPHY - Let's learn all of the continents of the world.

Can you label all of the continents?

Seven Continents Song

A song to help kids learn the 7 continents in order from largest to smallest. Subscribe! ➜ NEW RE...

Wednesday 22nd April

ENGLISH - List to me read the next part of The Demon Dentist before you complete the sheet on Miss Veal.

GNASHERS!! | Operation Ouch | Terrific Teeth!

The Doctors reveal why you need different shaped teeth to eat your food safely... by wearing some very strange gnashers For more fascinating Operation Ouch fun...

SCIENCE - This if our first lesson on 'Teeth'. Grab yourself a mirror before you go through the slide show. Then you will be able to label all of the teeth in your mouth.

SCIENCE - EXTRA CHALLENGE. Make a model of a tooth. Watch the slide show which tells you how to do it.

Tuesday 21st April

Greater Depth Maths Challenges

ENGLISH - Listen to Mrs Ely read the start of Demon Dentist on Class Dojo before completing the following activity.

Topic pre-learn

Our topic mat for summer 1

Monday 20th April

SPELLINGS - Have a go at this week's spellings. Remember the different ways of learning them: create a pyramid, draw a picture around each word to describe it, break the word down into easier chunks etc.

ENGLISH - The Demon Dentist by David Walliams. Predict what the story is about by looking at the front cover and reading the blurb. Use this sheet to help you:

P.E. - Have another go at your DTF fitness circuit or create your own outside.

R.E. - Anagram Challenge for Pentacost

The Holy Spirit Comes (Day of Pentecost)

Friday 3rd April