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Good morning, Magnolia Class!


Well done on all the hard work you’ve been putting in. You’re all doing really well.



PE with Joe Wicks:



Fill the gaps on the sheet with fronted adverbials to complete the sentences.


For today’s task you will need your work from yesterday.

What did you think about Ben? What sort of character do you think he is?


Today you need to write a character description based on Ben. 

This should be in paragraphs. 


This is what David Walliams write:




Ever since he had been old enough to hold things, Ben had loved plumbing. When other children were playing with ducks in the bath, Ben had asked his parents for bits of pipe, and made complicated water channelling systems. If a tap broke in the house, he fixed it. If a toilet was blocked, Ben wasn’t disgusted, he was ecstatic!

Ben’s parents didn’t approve of him wanting to be a plumber, though. They wanted him to be rich and famous, and to their knowledge there had never been a rich and famous plumber…

But he always felt like a disappointment to his mum and dad. They desperately wanted him to fulfil the ambition they had never managed: to become a professional ballroom dancer.


Have a 20 minute break.



Today, we’re doing some more work on fractions.


Click the link:


Summer Term – Week 6 (w/c 1 June)


Lesson 4 – Fractions of a set of objects (2).


Watch the video.


Next, open up this task sheet and have a go at answering the questions.


You can either print it out and write your answers on the sheet, or you can open it up and type your answers in the answer boxes.


If any of the questions are too tricky, you can skip them or come back to them later.


Have some lunch and have a break for an hour.



Take half an hour to do some reading.



Today, I’d like you think about all the positive things about yourself.


I really enjoy teaching you. You all have fantastic qualities that make you different and unique.


I’ve made a sheet for you to fill in and I’d like you to think of:

  • What you’re good at in school;
  • What you’re good at outside of school;
  • Your interests (what you enjoy doing);
  • What you’re proud of.


I can’t wait to see what you’ve written.


Michael Rosen tells a story:


Well done today, everyone! It’s difficult working from home but you’re all doing so well.


Have a great evening!


Mr O'Mallan