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Friday 5th March

Well done to all of you at home for trying to do your best with your work for so many weeks. We are so proud of you all :  )

If you have made yourself get up each day and read, write, watch lessons, join us on Google Meet, practise your spellings and times tables, produce artwork, bake, exercise and motivate yourself.... you are amazing!

You will have had many different feelings about being away from school. Some of you will have loved being at home. Some of you may not. Some of you may be excited about coming back. Some of you will be nervous.

Please know this though, wherever you are learning, we are here for you and will help you along the way. Even if you feel like you have forgotten everything you knew. There's always a way to make things better. 

Looking forward to welcoming you back on Monday. Have a great day and see you soon.






Spelling Test

via Google Meet



Art/Design Technology

MATHS - Area & Perimeter (5)

Calculate the perimeter of composite shapes

In this lesson, we will learn how to calculate the perimeter of composite shapes.

CLICK HERE to begin the lesson

ENGLISH - Borrowers Lesson 10

Practise speech with punctuation.

In this lesson, we will be looking at punctuating speech in writing.

CLICK HERE to begin the lesson


Follow the Parent Mail link to Mr Byers' Music lesson. Today we'll continue to practise our version of the Wellerman song. Mr Byers has also challenged you to see which level you can reach in the game of 'sevens'. If you want to make a video of yourself keeping up with the rhythms, please do.


In today's lesson you are going to be learning about how, when drawing the human body, artists look for shapes that they see the body making. This helps to simplify the drawing process. Henry Moore was an English sculptor who designed large sculptures with simple shapes. He did not add lots of detail because he wanted the shape and movement of each piece to show how the person was feeling. Have a look at the picture below to see an example of his work. Then have a look at the work in your pack. Can you draw a human body using simple shapes to help you?


CLICK HERE to listen to Cressida Cowell read the final chapter of How to Train Your Dragon

CLICK HERE to learn about Henry Moore and his art




Yesterday's picture was a top-down view of a water bottle.

Can you guess what today's picture is?