Week commencing 15/06/2020

Don't forget today's Midweek Mental Health check.



Please follow the weekly schedule for English on Oak National Academy

MondayTo retrieve information

TuesdayTo find the meaning of words

WednesdayTo identify and use powerful verbs and adverbs

ThursdayTo identify the features of an action scene

FridayTo write an action scene




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

The work this week will be consolidating capital letters.





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

Spelling Rule 17 - The /ɔ:/ sound spelt a before l and ll click here

Spelling Rule 18 - The /ʌ/ sound spelt o click here



White Rose - for lesson presentations please click here

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

Monday 15th June : click here - Answers - click here

Tuesday 16th June : click here - Answers - click here

Wednesday 17th June : click here - Answers - click here

Thursday 18th June : click here - Answers - click here

Friday 19th June: Follow the White Rose link above for Friday's BBC Bitesize Maths Challenge.

Arithmetic Test 8 Monday 15th June 

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.



Lesson 1 Year 2: Plant Reproduction Click Here


 DT- Packaging

Home learning focus

Learn the basics of product packaging design and production.

This lesson includes:

  • two video clips demonstrating designing and producing food packaging and some of the laws around it

  • two activities to try at home

Click here

Activity 1

Get an adult to help you find paper-based food packaging from around your house, eg cereal, eggs and fruit juice.

Outside of the legally required information, what design features are present?

You should consider:

  • Shape - What shape is it? Is it holding lots of things and keeping them apart? Can they easily fall out?
  • Opening - Does it need to open and close again, or not? If so, how does it do this?
  • Colour - Does the colour help you know what the flavour will be?
  • Pictures - How do the pictures or images used make you feel? Do they help you know what the packaging contains?

Activity 2

Nets- Activity 2

RE - Week 3

Recap on last week’s lesson. Discuss the story of “The man who could not walk”. Think about the events of the story and how they happened. What happens first? Then what happens? How does the story end?


Create a comic strip of the ‘man who cannot walk’. Retell the story in 4 sentences, draw a picture for each part of the story and add thought/speech bubbles to the picture.







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