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Things you MUST remember to do today:

  • 20 minutes of reading
  • 15 minutes of TTRockstars
  • 15 minutes of spelling (either your weekly spellings that are on the spelling page like usual, or log in to
  • Smile at someone
  • Be happy!


If you complete any of the activities below, remember to get your adult to email your learning to Mr Bilton and Mrs Balestrini by 3pm tomorrow.


Those of you that wrote letters to the class last week have had them uploaded to our class page. Check out Friday’s home learning page to see the letters, ready for when you write your next letter this Friday. It was great to hear from you! 


Your maths for today can be found by clicking on the documents below. One is the worksheet and the other is the answers for you to refer to if you wish. There is also a link to the video below.


Good luck mathematicians!


This week we are going to use our journalist skills to help plan our newspaper report. On Thursday we will be writing the final report.


First, we will start planning our Introductory paragraph. Look through the powerpoint and find out about what you will need to include by looking at an example of a newspaper report and finding the 5 ‘w’s. When you have finished, use the planning sheet or a piece of paper to bullet point the 5 ‘w’s that you want to include.  REMEMBER - your news report is going to be about a Viking longship being spotted on the River Medway!


There is also room for you to write down the headline you have chosen and the name of your newspaper. YOU WILL COMPLETE THE REST OF THE PLANNING SHEET TOMORROW AND WEDNESDAY!


Something Else: PSHE

Coping with change – You are going to go through the presentation and complete task 1 and task 2 when you come to them.

Task 1 – On the Changes Cards, jot down anything you can think of about that change. Is it sudden? Is it common? How might it make people feel?

Task 2 - Choose one of the scenarios on the Stories of Change Activity Sheet and create a storyboard, or comic strip, to show the story in pictures. You can add speech bubbles and captions if you like.