10 May 2020

Wednesday 13.05 and Thursday 14.05

Your activities for the next two days are:




Year 3-Summer Term- Week 3- Lesson 3- Subtract Money

Year 3-Summer Term- Week 3- Lesson 4- Multiply and divide by 3


Watch the video then complete the worksheet.

The answers are available so make sure you get a family member to check your answers.

Year 4- Summer Term-Week 3-Lesson 3 – Divide 2-digit by 1-digit number

Year 4- Summer Term-Week 3-Lesson 4 – Divide 3 digit by 1-digit number


Watch the video then complete the worksheet.

The answers are available so make sure you get a family member to check your answers.

Year 3: Task 1: Using apostrophes to show possession



Year 3: Task 2: The Truth about Trolls booklet 

Complete the booklet by writing your own information about trolls 


Year 4: Task 1:Coordinating conjunctions


Year 4 Task 2: The King of the Fishes

Plan, write and publish your story

Science- Electricity 

Continue to work through Education City- work & complete tasks on the Electricity tasks


History-What is Stone Henge?


Learn about one of the world's most famous monuments, Stonehenge.


This lesson includes:


Four videos about Stonehenge and the mystery surrounding the monument


Two activities to build knowledge and understanding of Stonehenge

Further work- (if required)

Use the BBC Home learning link and select your child’s Year group. There are daily English, Maths and Topic lessons which children can work through on their own.

Here’s the link: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/dailylessons


Alongside these activities you could also complete the following:

Class 2-Home Learning

All of these documents are on Google Classroom- so feel to complete them there and hand them in.


Handwriting Booklets


DON'T FORGET to keep in touch via Google Classroom and we we have a Google Meet every Wednesday at 1pm. Code available at the top of Google Class page.

Looking after our mental health during these uncertain times:

Support activities for children:

Create a diary throughout your time at home. Make a note of what you’ve been up to, how you’re feeling, any questions going around in your head.

Write a letter to a friend or relative that you can’t see at the minute.

Support for parents




Posted by Rachel Mills

Category: Class 2 School Closure

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