Close menu


More pages in this section

Literacy: Today’s task is grammar revision of word classes based on the film we watched yesterday called ‘Piper’. Answers are on the last page. Work on paper or in your exercise book!
Tuesday grammar

Reading: Today is National Empathy Day. Empathy is all about understanding how others feel. Reading is a great way to put yourself in someone else’s shoes. To celebrate we would like you to watch some authors read their books and perhaps even join in with some of the events and activities on the day see for more information.

These books address many current issues in subtle and age appropriate ways. 

Suggested watches:

  1. Elina Ellis reads The Truth About Old People,
  2. Wendy Meddour reads Lubna and Pebble, a picture book with an unforgettable story that subtly addresses the refugee crisis
  3. Author Cori Doerrfeld reads her picture book The Rabbit Listened, a moving and universal picture book about empathy and kindness.
  4. Author and illustrator Tom Percival read his picture book Ravi’s Roar. A clever and engaging book about temper tantrums, dealing with emotions and learning to express and understand your feelings.

Maths: Today you must do the work assigned to your year group as year 4s will do some of this next year and we want to avoid repetition. Please message Mrs Oldrini or Mr Clark if you need any further help.

Year 4 – we will be following some of the WhiteRose home learning activities. – look at week 7 (w/c 8th June) Click on the link and watch the clip called lesson tenths as decimals. You don’t need to watch the lesson if you feel confident and can just do the sheet.

Tuesday lesson-1-Tenths-as-decimals

Tuesday year 4 answers

Year 5: Today you are revising negative numbers – use the BBC Bitesize lesson to help you if you need to recap.

Tuesday year 5 negative numbers
Tuesday year 5 negative answers


Creative: Think back to the different layers of a rainforest you learnt about yesterday. Your activity today is to decide which animals you would find in different parts of a rainforest. Cut out the different animals below and stick them in the correct layer on the ‘anchor chart’.

Cut Outs

Anchor Chart

If you don’t have access to a printer, you can draw your own rainforest with the different layers and then draw the animals where you think you would find them.