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Monday 18th May 2020

Good Morning Oberon!


I hope you have all had a fantastic weekend! We are all missing you lots, take a look at the video below to see just how much. Who can you spot?



Task 1: Spend ten minutes on TTRockstars

Task 2: Complete one page from your arithmetic booklet

Task 3: Can you remember our work on the order of operations? BIDMAS tells us which order to complete the operations in.

B = Brackets

I = Indices (square and cube numbers)

D = Division

M = Multiplication

A = Addition

S = Subtraction


Answer the questions below.

They get harder with each section, you do not have to complete the whole sheet but have a go and get as far as you can. Have a look at this link if you're struggling with the square and cube numbers:



The pupils in school on Friday suggested today's writing task. I want you to write a letter to somebody who you think has been particularly affected by the Coronavirus. It could be a letter of thanks to a key worker, a letter to the residents of a local care home who haven't had visitors for a long time or even a family member who you miss and have been unable to see since lockdown began.


The letter should be at least one A4 page smiley



Listen to David Walliams reading an extract from one of his books


In your journal write a paragraph summarising what happened in the extract you listened to.


Practise your use of suffixes on spelling frame



Here is your spelling list:












Art - Analytical drawings

Analytical drawing - means to explore and look at something in detail and then to record what you see.

Analytical drawing from observation is looking really carefully at something in front of you and drawing what you see. It is different to drawing from a picture or from your imagination because you have to describe what you see. Looking carefully is really important.


For this project you will need:

  • Some paper
  • A pencil
  • A rubber
  • A selection of colours
  • An object to draw – this can be something simple like a shell, a flower or a piece of fruit or veg.



  • Start by drawing the outside shape.
  • Then draw the detail starting at the middle of the object. Look carefully at the shapes of the detail and the spaces between the details
  • Then shade or colour in the details.