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Home Learning

Week 3 (Monday 6th April)


I will continue to upload daily PowerPoints for the duration of the holidays. They are completely optional, you are welcome to follow the whole thing or just pick and choose the activities that you would like to do. 

Week 2 (Monday 30th March onwards)


Please use the daily activities for a recommended structure.


Please click on the Maths and English stars for any additional things that you may like to do.


There will also be activities on the Class Dojos page. If you haven't signed up yet, please do as this is an additional means of communication.


Remember to stick to a daily routine that includes exercise and free time.


Dear parents,


Twinkl (a teachers resource site) are offering free parent subscriptions for the next month.


Go to




All the children have been set up with log-ons to Classroom Secrets Kids


Other websites that could be useful are:


In Maths this term we have learnt about division, statistics, 2d and 3d shapes and we have just started fractions.


In English this term, we have done lots of cross- curricular writing with our topic of time travellers, like biographies on Isambard Kingdom Brunel, writing a diary entry about their day in space and non-chronological reports on Concorde. Activity ideas: Research Tim Peake and write a biography on him. Write about a place that they'd like to travel to and why. Research Amelia Earhart and explain why she was a pioneer. 


In Grammar, these are the things that they should know: Noun, Verb, Adjective, apostrophe, comma, adverb, past and present tense and expanded noun phrase.


I hope these activity ideas/websites help. Many of the items in the blocks below require a printer, if you don't have access to one, you could show the child the worksheet on the screen and encourage them to write the answer on a piece of paper, or simply say the answer out loud. 


Best wishes, 


Miss Jenkins