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Wednesday 10th June 2020

Good morning Titan!


Make sure you have signed the register and said hello!


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.

Work through the pictures below and then answer the questions in your workbook on pages 171-172.

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.



The storm had been raging for hours. Like a besieging army tormenting an enemy’s ramparts, the waves battered on the lighthouse walls.


A group of men huddled in one of the cylindrical shaped rooms, flinching every time a wave rocked the lighthouse. Their hearts were in their mouths with every devastating blow: they half expected the walls to come tumbling down at any moment.


They turned their heads and listened to the sound of the storm. What they heard was truly terrifying…


Answer the following questions in your Home Learning Journal


What does ‘their hearts were in their mouths’ mean?

Can you write a description of how it feels to be caught in a storm? Try to think about what other things might happen to your body when you’re afraid. E.g. what happens to your heart? What happens to your skin?




Answer the following questions in your Home Learning Journal.


  1. How much sleep do children need each night?
  2. Find 3 things to start doing that help someone get good sleep.
  3. Find 3 things to stop doing that would help someone sleep.
  4. Why is it important to get good sleep?
  5. It is difficult to get to sleep when someone has been watching TV, or playing games online before bed. What could they do instead?
  6. It is difficult to get to sleep when someone is nervous or worried about something, e.g. a test at school. How could they solve this?
  7. It is difficult to get to sleep when someone drinks a sugary drink, such as orange juice or hot chocolate, before bed. What could they have instead?