Make sure you have signed the register and said hello! You can use the register to ask any questions and we will answer them on here the next day.
Remember, all work should be completed in your Home Learning Journal. Please write the long date and remember your perfect presentation.
Every morning at 9am Joe Wicks streams a live PE lesson - tune in here if you can!
Start with 10 minutes on TTRockstars.
Look at the lesson below and then complete worksheet 11 page 22 - 23 in your workbooks.
This week's spellings are below. Write each word THREE times and then use each one in a sentence.
Read a book from home, listen to a story on Storyline Online or login into Oxford Owl here. Click on 'My class login' and enter the username: studley password: studley
Make a cartoon strip showing part of the story.
Timidly, she pushed back the branches and peered into the clearing. Sunshine drenched the ground as it poured through the canopy above.
She had been following the trail of clues for days, and she had finally reached her destination. Were the stories true? Was this really the place people in her village had talked about for centuries?
She hoped her own story would have a fairytale ending, but in the back of her mind a sickening thought arose – what if something more sinister waited ahead?
Answer the following questions in your Home Learning Journal.
Who is the girl in the picture?
Where has she come from?
What stories have been told in her village for centuries?
What do you think she hopes will be inside the house?
What will she actually find inside?
Why is she all alone?
What are the golden specks of light that appear at the front of the picture?
How has the girl found this place?
This week, people all around the country are celebrating the 75th anniversary of VE Day. VE Day - or 'Victory in Europe Day' - marks the day towards the end of World War Two (WW2) when fighting came to an end.
This short film explains what VE Day was, and the events that led to the end of the war. Watch the video and write down 3 questions you have. You can ask a grownup to email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will answer them.