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Spring 2 Week 1 (22nd - 26th February)

Throughout the week you can use the links below for further learning. Please also try to read a few pages of a book of your choice each day. 

Daily 10 mental maths questions: https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/daily10


TT Rock stars: https://ttrockstars.com


EdShed: https://www.edshed.com


Bug Club: https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/login?c=0




Use the link below to access Scratch Programming.


This term we will be learning about the Shang Dynasty. Use the links below to create a fact file.

What is the Shang Dynasty?

Where in the World did it happen?

When did it happen and for how long?

Was this period in History famous for anything?





Use the links below to compare the maps.  Look closely at each map then write a list of similarities and differences. What has changed? What is the same? What physical and human features have changed? 



LO: I can identify the Earth, Moon and Sun as spherical bodies.

LO: I can identify that scientific evidence has been used to support or refute ideas.


Watch the BBC Bitesize video clip: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zd3fb9q Read the scientific evidence/theory cards and arrange them into ‘flat earth’ theory and ‘spherical earth’ evidence categories Create an information leaflet to discuss the Flat Earth V Spherical Earth debate.


Remember to include:

• Definition of ’Flat Earth’ and ‘Spherical Earth’

• Scientific Evidence for and against each theory

• Clear headings and subheadings

• Bullet pointed information

• Draw a conclusion from the evidence- what do you think is the strongest idea? Why?

• Illustrations

• Any additional facts and information you research – remember to put it into your own words

• Think about how you can use the evidence cards as a starting point for your research



Watch the video https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/ztkxpv4/articles/z77jf4j


What is Lent and why do Christians celebrate it?

When does the period of Lent begin and end?


Watch the story of the three temptations https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYYg_FwhqIg


What does temptation mean? Give an example of a time you have felt tempted by something.


Look at the RE Temptation Cards document and order the cards from most to least tempting.

Why do you think this is?

RE Temptation Cards

Monday 22nd February


CGP Comprehension Book, pg.26-27, Hiding Out.


CGP Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Book, Pg.40-41, Commas in Lists.


Learning Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AseBaZWID7w



Watch the video on the above link, then read through the Little Red extract and highlight the key features within the Play Script. Once you have done this, answer the following questions:

1) What does the word ‘downstage’ tell us?

2) What is a scene?

3) Identify an example of parenthesis in the extract

4) Can you write a character list to describe the characters in this scene?


CGP Targeted Maths Book, pg.44-45, Metric Units.


Learning Links:

Converting between metric units of length: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/converting-between-metric-units-of-length-6cu3cc?activity=video&step=2&view=1


Converting between metric units of mass: https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/converting-between-units-of-metric-mass-6ww38d?activity=video&step=2&view=1

Tuesday 23rd February



CGP Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Book, pg. 42-43 Commas to avoid confusion (ambiguity)


Learning Link:




Dictionary Grid Task

Use a dictionary and the internet to research the key terms in the grid. Have you heard the words before?

What does the word mean?

Write the word into a sentence to make sure you understand its context.



Oliver Dictionary Grid


CGP Targeted Maths Book, pg.46-47, Imperial Units.


Learning Links:


Wednesday 24th February


CPG Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Book, pg. 44-45


Learning Link: 


Read Act One: Scene 1 and 2 of Oliver Play Script then watch the corresponding film clip on the link below.



Act One: Scene 3 – The Undertakers Comprehension
1) How would you describe the overall atmosphere during the scene?

2)What phrase does Noah use to describe Oliver’s appearance?

3)How do you think Oliver feels at the end of the extract? Explain your answer.

4)Why is the line “Yes I do!” is written with an exclamation mark? 5)How does Oliver react when Noah interrogates him?


Remember to research any words you're unsure of and add them to Tuesday's dictionary grid. 

Oliver Playscript

Thursday 25th February


CPG Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Book, pg. 46-47

Learning Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B3hR3BHpeho



Read Act One: Scene 4 and 5 of the Oliver Play Script

Create a character profile for Fagin using inferences from the text. There is a link with a template to use below. 


Success Criteria for writing a character profile:

  • Use the PEE prompt (Point, Evidence, Explanation) to justify your inferences
  • Use descriptive vocabulary to paint a clear picture of what the character is really like.
  • Use descriptive vocabulary to paint a clear picture of what the character is really like.
  • Remember to write in full sentences and use punctuation correctly.
  • What adjectives can you use to describe the character’s personality?
  • What is the character’s hair, body, face like?  

Fagin Character Profile Template


CGP Targeted Maths Book, pg.50-51, Area.


Learning Links:

Area of irregular shapes: https://vimeo.com/480246937

Area of Rectangles:https://vimeo.com/480242752


Interactive Area games below




Friday 26th February


CGP Comprehension Book, pg.28-29, Wolves in the UK.


CPG Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Book, pg. 48-49


Learning Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rYZYXTzqPzo


Read Act Two: Scenes 1-5 of the Oliver Playscript

1) How does Mr Brownlow’s attitude towards Oliver change by the end of the extract?

Give examples from the text.

2) Why do you think some of the words in the text are abbreviated?

3) What does the line “He could lead the Old Bill, ‘ere”  suggest?

4) How do the stage directions help the reader understand the text?

5) What do you think might happen next in the Play?



CGP Targeted Question Book, pg.52-53, Estimating Volume and Capacity.


Learning Links:



For interactive game link click below.