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Thursday 14th May


Do your second times tables test of the week to start your lesson.


Year 3

Can I multiply a 2 digit number by a 1 digit number?

Today I would like you to revisit work we have already done on multiplication.


Please go to the website and watch the video there. Please do the worksheet saved below. If you would like a challenge there are some extra questions for you to do too.

Year 4

Can I solve problems involving area?

There is no video for your lesson today but if you need a reminder about finding area you could rewatch the video from yesterday's lesson.

The worksheet and challenge are saved below.



Can I spell words with the suffix sion?


Read through the Powerpoint below. Play the spin the wheel game at the end.

Can I plan a diary entry?


Today you will be thinking about the features of a diary. Read the diary entry written about a school day. This is saved below. 


Now answer the following questions. You can either write out your answers or just think about them.

1. How does the diary entry start?

2. Is it written in the past tense?

3. What feelings or emotions does the writer experience?

4. How is the writing organised?


Next you are going to plan your diary entry for your writing task tomorrow.

You are going to write as Howard Carter on the day he went into Tutankhamun's tomb. 


Either print out and fill in the 'Planning a diary entry' activity sheet or make notes on a separate sheet of paper.


  • A diary entry is a form of a recount so you are retelling the story as if you are Howard Carter.

  • This is not the actual writing so you don’t need to write in full sentences.

  • If it helps, you can re-read the diary from yesterday's lesson to remind yourself about what happens.

Top tip!

Diaries often include the writer’s emotions . So think about how Howard Carter would be feeling when he got into the chamber.


This week we are learning about making links between Jesus' parable of the Good Samaritan and how it is important to be kind and helpful. Watch the powerpoint below.

This parable was told by Jesus who used stories to help us understand how He wanted Christians to live. This parable is all about kindness and helping one another.

Print off the worksheet and the picture sheet below and choose a selection of helpers. Can you explain why these people are kind and what they do to help us? Take a photo of your work and email it to Mrs Lambert.


Learn more about pulse and rhythm with this BBC bitesize lesson. Follow the link below to watch the vidoes and you can try the activities as well if you would like to.