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Wednesday 29th April



When I was your age, Joe Wicks wasn't even born...we had... 'Keep-Fit'. Good luck!


LO: To improve and imitate writing

In these grammar activities, you will again be using the text 'The Game' as a starting point for your work. 

  1. You will start with some work on 'relative clauses' which we have covered in school, but if you can't remember, there is information at the top of the sheet.  :)   You will use the relative pronouns (which, who, whose, that) to add relative clauses to improve some sentences....don't forget the two commas!
  2. Then, there is an imitation activity when you use a given sentence structure and change a couple of words.
  3. Lastly, there is an adjective game, which asks you to change the mood of some writing.

Click on the document below to find today's English activities based on 'The Game'


Y5 LO:  Adding decimals with a different number of decimal places

Y6 LO: Solve a selection of problems

Watch the video carefully and complete the sheet either on the sheet or in your book.  

Mark your work.

Design Technology

LO: To be able to explain the meaning of 'seasonal food' and know which months some different fruit and vegetables are in season in the UK

  1. Use the PowerPoint to guide you through this lesson which introduces 'seasonal cooking'.
2) Use these documents when the PowerPoint instructs you:


Use the links and read the information about drawing a clouded leopard.

Use the template to help you draw or colour your own.