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Monday 13th June

Monday 13th June 2022             13.06.22


8.45: Reading quietly

9.00: Registers and prayers

9.05: Writing something for a PPT for Friday and song practise.

(I will email the sentences from the children away)

9.30: RE - whole class

10.30: Break

10.45: Maths - Y5 and Y6 separate lessons

11.45 Practise the song or finish RE.

12.15: Lunch

13.15: Spanish - whole class

14.10: PE - Whole Class

15.10: Tidy up, bags ready etc.  Don't forget to that your PE kits will need to be worn on Wednesday.

15.15: Home

Good morning!


  • There will not be any new spellings until next week, and there is no maths to mark, so please use the time to practise the song, if you can and also write something for the PPT for Friday.
  • Concentrate on learning the words and tune, and find a comfortable way of singing it.

Oasis-Wonderwall lyrics


Whole class lesson

Year 5 Maths - morning

LO: To add decimals

  1. Use the video or lesson slides to work through the lesson, completing activities when asked.
  2. Have a go at the questions on the sheet.
  3. Mark your work.
  4. Go back and try again, the ones you got wrong.
  5. Have a go at the True or False question.
  6. Have a go at the games below. You will need to select the options which lead you to adding decimals.

Year 5 lesson Video - Adding decimals within 1

Y6 Maths - morning

LO: To draw a climate graph



  • Last week you learned that climate graphs show the average rainfall and average temperature for a location.
  • We learned that they have two sets of data on them with an x axis on both sides of the graph, with bar charts for the rainfall and a line graph for the temperature.
  • These can be drawn in blue for the rainfall bar chart, and red for the temperature line graph.
  • Both sets of data are drawn on the same graph.

Mark last week's work

  • Start by making sure you have marked and improved the work done last week on climate graphs. Some of you will need to check your accuracy of reading the different axes.
  • Here are the questions and answers.


Now, watch the activity introduction again so that you can be clear about what you need to do today.


Year 6 lesson video watch from 13.10 to.13.40. This is what you need to do today.

Here is a copy of the relevant slides from the video and also a document with some data on it and a blank climate graph to draw on

Climate data to use to make graphs

Here is some more climate data from a range of locations. You could use this data to put on the blank climate graph if you want something different..

If you drew your climate graph for your chosen location last week, try having a go at drawing your own axes for your graph. This video explains how to do this.

Alternatively, here is another lesson you could do independently which includes creating a climate graph and answering questions about it.