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Wednesday 6th May 2020

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.

Work through the lesson below and then complete worksheet 13 page 26 - 27 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


Write an alternative (different) ending for your story.



A sentence has to have a subject and a verb. The subject is the main person or thing in the sentence, and the verb explains what the subject is doing. In the sentences below, the subjects are in bold and the verbs are underlined.


  • Autumn is my favourite season.
  • In the winter, I enjoy ice-skating
  • The rickety bridge swayed in the wind.
  • Every Saturday, Jason plays football.
  • We like chips.


Activity one: verbs and subjects

Highlight the subjects and underline the verbs in these sentences.


  • Bananas are my favourite fruit.
  • In the morning, the sun rises.
  • The old tree swayed in the wind.  
  • They eat chips.
  • On Mondays, we go to the park.


Activity two: changing the subject

When the subject changes, the verb sometimes changes too.  Sometimes it stays the same.

Decide if the verb needs to change for the sentences in the table below.


Original sentence

Same sentence with a different subject

Did the verb need to change?

The girl runs to the shop.


The girls _____ to the shop.


We spend a lot of time studying.

The people __________ a lot of time studying.


I am revising for exams.


You _________ revising for exams.


Fatima likes football.


Fatima and Ana  ­­­­­______ football.


Every day, I buy bread.


Every day, we _________ bread.


She is not happy.


They _____ not happy.


They bake a cake.


We ­­­­­­­­_____ a cake.



Activity three: rewrite a paragraph

  • The paragraph below is about a group of cats. Rewrite the whole paragraph in your Home Learning Journal so it is just about one cat. Remember to change the subject and the verb!


The cats are very lazy. They sleep a lot. Sometimes, they get up and hunt for mice. Most of the time, they just lie around. Still, even though they are lazy, they are beautiful.



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.


Have a go at making your own skittles game, a popular activity for children around the time of VE day (and it still is today!).