Week commencing 06/07/2020



Please follow the weekly schedule for English on Oak National Academy

Mondayto retrieve information 

Tuesdayto retrieve information

Wednesdayto identify and use fronted adverbials

Thursdayto map a recount

Fridayto write a recount




This half term we will be consolidating the work that we have covered this year.

This week's work looks at 'Condolidating singular or plural'.


Activity 1

Activity 2



Please spend 20 minutes on Spelling Frame. Complete the test after your practice for: 

Spelling Rule 23 - The /ʒ/ sound spelt s  click here

Spelling Rule 24 -   The suffixes –ment, –ness, –ful , –less and –ly click here



White Rose - for lesson presentations please 

Work your way through the slides in the presentation and the activities that go with them. 

Monday 6th July:  - click here Answers - click here

Tuesday 7th July:  - click here  Answers - click here

Wednesday 8th July:  -  click here Answers - click here

Thursday 9th July:  - click here Answers - click here

Friday 10th July: Follow the White Rose link above for Friday's BBC Bitesize Maths Challenge.

Arithmetic Test 11 Monday 6th July

Click here: click here

Work your way through the arithmetic test at a time when it suits you. Some questions you will be able to answer mentally, some you will have to work out on paper. Use the space provided below the question or do any working out on a piece of paper. Think about which mathematical diagrams you can use to help you work out the answer. 


In addition to the activities above we ask that pupils spend time every day on TimesTable Rockstars.



Parts of a plant

Activity: Click Here:




 What makes up a city?

In this lesson, we will be learning all about cities. We will explore the different types of land use, including residential areas and industrial areas, as well as how cities grow and develop. click here

How are cities and villages different to live in?

In this lesson we will be thinking all about the different experiences people have living in villages, towns and cities. How might life be similar? How might it be different? click here


RE - Week 6

Learning Objective – Know the story of Peter’s escape from prison and reflect on its meaning.

Read the story ‘Peter escapes from Prison’. Discuss the story.

Who do you think sent the angel to rescue Peter?

Why did this happen?

What was Peter thinking and feeling while he was in prison?

Why do you think Christians still read this story?



Draw a picture of the story. You can add words, thoughts or speech bubbles.

Think about how God looked after Peter and know that God is with us even when things are difficult.


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