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Please do not begin this work until Wednesday 6th 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

Silly sentence – on paper or in a notebook, write silly sentences using the spelling words for the week. Once you have written your sentences, check the spelling of this week’s words.

Keep practising any words that you do not spell correctly.


Reading (20 minutes)

Read chapter 14 of Beetle Boy.


Arithmetic (10 minutes)

Complete the questions in your maths books (division). Remember the presentation rules.

Geography (1 hour) Weather

Task 1 - Watch the video on this page. Read the information and then try the quick quiz at the bottom of the page. You could make notes as you go.


Task 2 - Download the Geography PDF to complete Task 2.


Task 3 - Optional - Have a go at making one of these homemade weather instruments:


Homemade Rain gauge


Homemade sun dial


History – Life in the Victorian Era.

‘The Victorian era’ describes the time during which Queen Victoria reigned in Britain (1837-1901). Queen Victoria was only 18 years old when she became queen and she ruled Britain for 64 years.

In the story ‘History Hackers: Victorian Venture’, Tilda and Charlie Hacker travel back in time to the Victorian era. The pair befriend two Victorian children but soon find themselves in trouble. While Charlie and Joseph go on the run, Tilda and her new friend, Alice, are trapped in the workhouse! Extracts from this exciting story give us some ideas about what life was like in Victorian Britain.



  1. Read ‘History Hackers: Victorian Venture’ at your leisure.
  2. 2. Focus on Chapters 6 and 7 where Tilda goes to the workhouse. Record every fact you have learned about Victorian workhouses through reading chapters 6 and 7. Here is an example of how you could set it out. Complete it neatly on lined paper.


Votes for schools (20 minutes)

See this information on the class pages. Discuss your thoughts with your family.