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Good morning, Cherry Class!


As usual, your work has been great. You’re all doing really well.



PE with Joe Wicks:



A compound sentence is where you join two sentences together by using a conjunction.


For example:

Year 3 were working hard. They wanted to learn as much as they could.


Year 3 were working hard because they wanted to learn as much as they could.


Take a look at the sheet. Try turning all of the sentences into compound sentences.


I’ve given you conjunctions and done Question 1 to help you.



Well done for yesterday’s work. You all found some brilliant rhyming words to create rhyming couplets!


Use your work from yesterday, along with anything you know about Granny to write a poem.


Try to include the conventions that you know. Eg:


Stanzas (verses)

Capital letters to start each line




Have a 20 minute break.



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


Click the link:


Summer Term – Week 8 (w/c 15 June)


Lesson 4 – Problem solving with fractions.


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.

This is a fraction wall to help you in case you need it:


Have some lunch and have a break for an hour.



Take half an hour to do some reading.



Today, we’ll be learning how local areas have changed since Victorian times.


These are pictures of Chatham and Rochester. The first page is of the town in Victorian times and the second page is of the town today.

After you’ve looked at the pictures, try writing three similarities (things that are the same) and three differences (things that have changed) for each town.


You might want to look at buildings, clothes, or things that have been added or taken away.


Story time with Chris Pine:


Great work again, everyone. Keep it up!


Miss Hodder