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Please do not begin this work until Thursday 7th May 2020


Remember, your first job everyday is to send a 'Good Morning' message to your class teacher on I Am Learning by 10 am. Remember to include your scores from yesterday's quizzes.

Please Note: We have added a suggested timetable onto our distance learning page for you follow if it helps you to organise your day. You do not have to follow these times – talk to an adult at home to decide what will work best for you. If you are following your own timetable, we have added a time in brackets which is a guideline to show how long each activity might take.


If you run out of space in any exercise books (orange Maths or yellow English book), please ask an adult to contact the office to arrange to pick up a new one.

Spelling (20 minutes) –

This week’s words –

knew, wrestle, bomb, fasten, honest, island, plumber, honour, sincere, soldier

Write the date in your English book and the title ‘Words with silent letters’.


The following sentences have some spelling mistakes in them. Identify the spelling errors and rewrite the sentences with the correct spellings.

  1. The boy couldn’t undo the not in his shoelaces.
  2. The teacher didn’t expect me to no the anser to the question.
  3. The caretaker will have to clime onto the roof to get the ball.
  4. Why will nobody lissen to my ideas for a change?
  5. I’m being onest, but nobody will believe me.
  6. Spud got out because the gate hadn’t been fasened.
  7. At the end of the art lesson, it looked like a bom had hit the classroom.
  8. After the cross-country race, we were completely exausted.


Reading (20 minutes)

Read chapter 15 of Beetle Boy.


Arithmetic (10 minutes)

Mark your Arithmetic work from yesterday – division. You will find the answers at the top of this page. Please mark answers neatly in green pen and correct any errors.

Then complete the task on My Maths – multiply double digits.



RE (1 hour)

What are the religions of our region, villages, towns and country?

LO: To discuss religion in the UK.

Below is the 2011 Census information  (see below in the document).


What is good about a society where many religions exist side by side?  

Make a list or a create a map on a piece A4 paper of some ways the community is enriched by different religions. Start by responding to this prompt: ‘If we were all the same then there would be no...’ e.g. If we were all the same then there wouldn’t be different celebrations (e.g. Chinese new year, Diwali etc.). We wouldn’t be able to learn as much about different religions.


Religions do have different beliefs but what beliefs do you think they would have in common? E.g. Charity. Please add a list on your A4 sheet of paper.


Task: How does Walsall data compare to national and other areas? Write 10 facts to compare the data.

There are 54 people who are Jewish in Walsall compared to 2205 in Birmingham.





Optional PE: complete a fun, daily challenge! To find more information, please click on ‘Optional Homework projects’ and then ‘PE activities.’


Votes for Schools (30 minutes)

See this information on the class pages. Discuss your thoughts with your family. Finally, follow the instructions on the page to vote using the link to survey monkey.


Have a lovely weekend