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Thursday 9th July

TABITGB Chapters 40 and 41


LO: Plan your own wishing story


Activity 11

Start by reading these stories, jotting down any ideas you would like to magpie.

Today, you are going to decide what happens in your own wishing story.
In the story you have been reading this week, the wish arrived in the form of a lucky scratch card or golden ticket.


Here are some objects that have been used in other stories before: lamp, star, wishing well.


  • What other objects could be used?  You might want to pick an interesting object you could use in your story and then think about how this might arrive and how this could link to a setting and different characters.
  • Try to have two characters who are different. One could be cautious and ignore the warning, the other will not, causing something else to happen that they did not expect be careful what you wish for!
  • Think about the mood or atmosphere. How might you make the weather reflect the bad news that is coming?

Maths Year 5 (optional Year 6)

LO: To translate a shape


Translate just means 'move'.  Watch the video and have a go at the questions on the sheet

Maths Year 6

LO: To calculate mentally

Today's lesson is all about choosing the easiest, quickest and most effective way to work out calculations in our heads. Watch the video and have a go at the questions!


LO: To describe physical appearance

In our lesson today we will recap our previous learning, then learn how to describe our hair and eye colour in Spanish. For this lesson you will need a pen and paper, as well as some colouring pencils!