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Monday 11th May

Independent Reading

2 x 15 minutes

Read anything you want – a book, a comic, a magazine, a blog, a web page, anything!


Guided Reading

Set B: A treacherous Portrait (this should be in your pack that you received when you left school)

Read, read and read again!

Circle any tricky words



Eggsplosive Easter mystery (see resources at the bottom of the page)

Clue 2



Practice your skills on Reflex.  Lots of you are now becoming fluent with your times tables and division facts.  What is your score and can you beat it?



Log into My Maths for today’s lesson and activities.  It seems that a few of you are having trouble logging on to My Maths.  Remember that there are two stages to the logging on process.  The first is that you have to log on using the user name emmanuel3 and the password rectangle112.  The next stage of logging in is where you use your 3 digit username and 3 letter password.  If you're still having trouble, please don't hesitate to drop us a message via dojo.

Also use this to play extra maths games



SPaG Have a go at a test on



Today is the day where you do your speed spell as well as the spelling zone to introduce the new spelling rule and you do your dots and dashes. See the section named 'RWI WC 11.5.20' for the resources you will need. 



You have been producing some amazing art work.  Here is the next task:


Task 3:  Hapa-Zome Printing

You will need a small piece of white cloth, a hammer or large stone for bashing and a hard surface (you will use this to rest on so make sure that you ask for permission first as it might get damaged).To start, you will need to collect a number of natural materials to print from. To produce a good print,they need moisture in them –moist leaves and grasses work very well –a completely dried-out leaf not so much. First, placea fern, frond, flower or leaf onto a flat, preferably smooth, surface.Then cover it with the fabric or paper. Try to hold this in the same position while you are bashing so you get a nice clear print.Gently tap the natural material underneath the fabric, trying to keep the hammer head as flat as possible as you bash it.The aim is to crush the plant gently so the colours are released but it is not smashed to bits.Tap repeatedly until the colour of the plant starts to come through the fabric.If you don’t have any of the material, you could try pressing some flowers between two heavy books or using different leaves to make different patterns.