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Good morning, Cherry Class!


Your work is looking fantastic. I hope you’re all enjoying the sunshine!



PE with Joe Wicks:



Unscramble the spelling words.


Take a look at each sentence on your sheet. For each sentence, decide which word best fits – was or were? Delete or cross out the word that doesn’t fit.


Today, you’re going to plan your sequel to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.


Your story will need:

  • An opening – describe the setting and the main character;
  • A build up – what did your characters do?
  • A dilemma – what problem does your main character have?
  • A climax – how does your character solve the problem in an exciting way?
  • An ending – what happens to your characters?


Use the planning sheet to plan your story. I’ve made an example in case you get stuck.


Have a 20 minute break.



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


Click the link:


Summer Term – Week 5 (w/c 18 May)


Lesson 3 – Tenths.


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, we’re looking at mountains – what they are, how they’re made and examples.


Go this web page:


Read through the text, watch the two videos, then choose an activity (or both) to have a go at.


Have a question you’d like to ask Mr O’Mallan or myself?


Maybe you’re wondering what they’re up to during lockdown.


Perhaps you’re looking for movie recommendations while you’re stuck indoors.


Maybe you have a problem or you’re finding something tricky that we can help with.


Whatever your question is, write it down and e-mail it to your teacher and we’ll be back here tomorrow afternoon with a video answering some of your questions. J


I’m really impressed by how well you’re all doing. Keep up the great work!


Take care and stay safe.


Miss Hodder