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Monday 4th

Don't forget to look at all the photos you've sent me by clicking the 'gallery' star.

Could you write a book review?


Today, you will be learning how to add and subtract numbers up to 2-dp. (decimal places).

This was the last unit that we did together in March. Don't forget to use your place value knowledge!

Don't forget to practise your times tables on Times Tables Rock Stars
Today, you will be exploring a poem that might inspire you to think about what future job you would like to do, when you're older. 

Don't forget to practise your spellings on Spelling Shed.


For this weeks spellings, you are continuing to learn and practise the use use of suffixes, focussing on -ise as a suffix.

Don't forget, Suffixes are a letter or group of letters that go at the end a word and change or add to the words meaning, while prefixes go at the beginning. Suffixes can reveal if a word is a noun, adjective, adverb or a verb. Practise these words daily on your own paper or print out the sheet.


Note for parents

When learning about historical events, children often have lots of questions which can go in many different ways. In school, children learn about the affects of the war through childhood evacuation (Year 5 and 6), Remembrance Day celebrations and other national recognised events such as the Centenary of the First World War and D Day celebrations. Therefore, the activities for this have been chosen so they focus on celebration and remembrance rather than the events, causes and outcomes of wars.

If you feel that your child has a particular interest and is ready to discuss this time period in more detail you may wish to use the BBC Bitesize KS2 website for more information. Please remember that for some children the topic of war is both worrying and scary. It is important that children have an understanding of the past and how it affects us, but we also need to be aware of how this might make individual children feel.

What is VE Day? 

Read through the VE day Powerpoint and have a go at the questions.

Talk to your family members or send a letter to a family member who was alive on VE day. Ask the how they celebrated and what it was like to find out that the war was finally over.

If you do not have any one who you can talk to about their VE day memories, you can watch this clip to find out what it was like. A News Video from 1945 shared by British Movietone on The History Press website.

Discuss these questions with your family:

1) How do you think the people felt?

2) When have you seen a celebration like this before?

3) What other events do you think we should celebrate and remember? Why do you think we   should remember and celebrate these?



National Society for Education in Art and Design activities and links to learning.


Have a go at making your own magazine! I know some of you love making your own cartoons, so this is a great way to show them off in your own mini comic book!

Look at to learn how to make the book out of a single sheet of paper.

NEW Sports Mark Challenge

Hampshire School Games are launching a new programme of daily challenges linked to the sports normally played at the annual Hampshire School Games. There will be 2 different sports every week.

There will also be a Dance Challenge which will run for the first 3 weeks in May. The winners' videos will be shared in the closing ceremony at the end of May. More information to follow...


Joe Wicks