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One of the best things that you can do during the time that you at home, is reading.

Reading will:

  • develop your reading fluency and comprehension
  • prepare you for further education and later life
  • help you to relax
  • take you to another world

So, find a comfortable spot and curl up with a book. Try to keep a log of your reading. When you have finished your book, why not write a book review. If you received a home-learning pack from school, there are some copies in there. If you did not, you can print off a copy from below or simply write your own review on paper.


If you want, you could present your book reviews in other ways. Why not do a video book review for example?


One of the things that you can work on is your spellings.  Have a look at the lists below. They include the high frequency words, Year 3/4 spelling list and the Year 5/6 spelling list.


Look at each list in turn and write down in your exercise book the ones that you don't know how to spell or are less confident with. Then create a poster to show these words. If there are quite a few that you do not know, choose around 20 to focus on. Make sure that you spell the words correctly on your poster! Place the poster somewhere where you will see if lots and look at it often. When you think that you know the spellings of these words, ask an adult to test you. If you get them right, choose some more words to create a poster of and do the same again!



Here you will find your English activities. If you don't have a printer, you can complete these activities into an exercise book or, if you don't have an exercise book, onto a piece of paper.


Week 8 - Explanation of a sucess story and Granny rap. (w/c 01/06/20)

Week 14 - Revolting recipes and puzzles (w/c 13/07/20)