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Friday 3rd April

Hello Brunel!

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Click play to find out what I am truly thankful for...

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We would usually have our spelling test on a Friday, so see if you can get someone in your house to test you on your 'Week 4' words. 

Have a look at the next set of spellings on your list (Week 5.) Complete your spelling journals and use the Week 5 spelling and handwriting resources in the Year 5 and Year 6 'General Resources' folders to help you learn this week's spellings. Remember to practise them for 10 minutes every day. We will have our test after the Easter holidays. 


LO. To use my knowledge and understanding of the Easter Story to create my own  'Resurrection Eggs' to tell the Easter Story.


Watch the three YouTube clips below to remind yourself of the Easter Story. After you have done this, click on the document titled 'Resurrection Eggs' to find out what i would like you to do over the Easter Holidays.  

The Story of Easter (The Triumphal Entry)

The Story of Easter (The Last Supper)

The Story of Easter (Jesus' Sacrifice)

Resurrection Egg Activity - click on the document below for details of your Easter project.

Take a look at mine and Rowan's 'Resurrection Eggs.' Remember to post photos of your creations on our class blog. You could also film yourself telling the Easter story using your eggs and email it to me!


Choose at least one activity to complete from your 'History: WW2' activity sheet in your home learning pack. Feel free to complete more than one of these activities over the Easter holidays. 

History: WW2 Activity Sheet


LO. To listen and reflect on what we can learn from the story 'The Switch Watch.'

(this activity is for you to complete with whoever looks after you at home, so it might be one to save for the weekend!) 


  1. Click on the PSHE link below and if required enter the password: home (all written in lowercase)
  2. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on ‘The Story – Part 1’ and listen to ‘The Switch Watch'
  3. Then complete the ‘mid-story discussion’ with someone at home.
  4. Following this, listen to the second part of the story.
  5. Then complete activity 1.
  6. Lastly, complete the ‘Calm Me’ activity.