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Monday 27th April

Hello wonderful people, we're at the start of another week of home learning, and I'm still not getting used to it. I keep watching the news and hoping we will hear when we'll be back at school, but no such luck as of yet. 


The weather was kind to us again this weekend, so we spent almost the whole of it in the garden. I'm getting a great tan, and looking even more handsome. 


She would hate me to tell you this, but I found it really funny so I thought I'd share it. I was getting ready for bed on Saturday night and saw that Lauren had got the part you tie a dressing gown with, rapped throughout her hair. It looked absolutely ridiculous (like something out of star wars), but it meant that her hair was lovely and curly the next day.



For maths today I'd like you to focus on the white rose home learning. It's continuing our work on angles. If you haven't done the lessons from last week - you MUST go back and watch the videos. Watch the video for Summer Term week 2 Lesson 1, then do the worksheets and check the answers. This is about angles in a quadrilateral. 
For Guided Reading this week, I have changed the format a bit we are going to look at one text all week - Michael Morpurgo's 'Private Peaceful'. Today's lesson has an inference focus, all you need to do is read the extract from the text and infer what this tells you abut the character Big Joe. I have found this book free online so you can all have access to it - you can also get it free as an audio book on Audible if you sign up for a 30 day free trial.

In English we are going to have a SPAG week. We're starting with some work on basic punctuation and paragraphing. Please watch the video and do the tasks. This website is great and offers different levels so you can test yourself.

For Science, I thought it would be nice to use the Twinkl website this is one of the free ones that you got the information for in the pack I sent you - the offer code is CVDTWINKLHELPS. It has a Space task set for today, which I thought lots of you would find interesting.

I think the world of you all!


Mr R-H