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Aspire not to have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero

Friday 12th June

PE - join Mr Wicks for your daily exercise!

Test yourself on the final set of spellings from the 'Summer 1' set.

We are now ready to start learning words from our 'Summer 2' List. This week will will be learning words from List 1. Make sure you go through the lesson below and head over to your year group's 'General Resource' page for additional spelling and handwriting resources. 


Work through your spelling lesson and access this week's spelling and handwriting resources on the Yr5 or Y6 'General Resources' page. I have created a folder for each list.

RE - LO. To understand that popes are successors of St. Peter. Reflect on how they lead us to Jesus.

We have been learning about life after Jesus' death and resurrection. We have explored how the Holy Spirit transformed the lives of the Apostles, paying particular attention to Peter and Paul. Today, we will be exploring St. Peter's role in the early church and how it has continued, and continues, to lead the Catholic Church.   

RE - Work through the lesson I have created for you on the 'Successors of St. Peter' and complete the bronze, silver or gold activity and email me your response.

Saint John Paul II (1978-2005)

Pope Benedict XVI (2005-2013)

Pope Francis


Brunel History - The Invaders 

In History this half term, will be learning about the invasions and lives of the Scots, Anglo- Saxons and Vikings. We will be exploring the fall of western Roman Empire to the death of Edward the Confessor. 


Today, you will be learning about the Scots and Anglo-Saxon invaders. Work though the lesson I have created for you and then choose to complete either the bronze, silver or gold activity and email it to me. Enjoy!

PSHE- LO. To reflect on what positives being in lockdown has taught us. 

During this difficult time, you may have learnt new skills, discovered new talents and found more of your special qualities. These positives need to be captured and celebrated. Can you take some time to think about what positives being in lockdown has taught us? 

Click on the link below and complete the activities or you can make your own posters inspired by the ones on this link. Remember to blog or email your responses!