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Please do not begin this work until Wednesday 3rd June 2020


Remember, your first job every day is to send a 'Good Morning' message to your class teacher on I Am Learning by 10 am. Remember to include your scores from the end of lesson English quiz and end of lesson Maths quiz.


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.


PE with Joe Wicks (30 minutes)

Optional PE: complete a daily challenge

Spelling (20 minutes) 

This week’s words –

Write your own sentences using the new words. Remember to check and mark your spelling. 

knuckle, wreck, crumb, whistle, exhaust, isle, doubtful, rhombus, twelfth, vegetable


Arithmetic (20 minutes)

Complete the task ‘Mental Multiplication’ on I am Learning.


Reading (10 minutes)

Read some of this week’s edition of First News.

You can find this on our website / children / class pages / first news / First News 29th May - 4th June.



History (2 hours)

In History, we will start a new theme called ‘Time Travellers’ where we will look at changes that have occurred over the Last Century (100 years) - 1920-2020.

Twentieth Century Britain and Beyond

For your first task, draw out your own timeline. 

  • Draw a long line in the middle of a blank piece of paper (landscape).
  • Mark 1920 at the beginning and 2020 at the end of your Timeline.
  • Give your timeline a title such as ‘Britain over the past 100 years’. 
  • You can always have your timeline spread over two pieces of paper or on the front and back if you run out of room. Make sure that it is neat and clear.


Look at the Dates and the Facts on ‘Timeline’ PDF and try to match them together. You may need to use websites and books to help you do this. Here are some you could try:


  • Once you have matched the facts and dates together, check them using the document below. Then add them to your timeline. Think about your spacing: for example, you may place years such as 1927 and 1928 close together but put more of a gap for others e.g. 1955 and 1979. You can draw lines going up and down off your middle line; just as we have drawn timelines in school. Think of the timeline you did for the Tudors.
  • You can make your timeline look even better by drawing pictures and creating borders, etc.
  • Lastly, display your timeline with pride.