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Chapter Twenty Eight

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part 2

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Maths  Lesson 2 – Subtract fractions

Today, as you have been used to doing, you will first need to visit the White Rose website for the video slides, and worksheets. (I’ve also put the question sheet and answer sheet below.)

Don’t forget, you can watch, pause and rewind the video as you need to.



Today you are going to continue your work inspired by ‘The Ickabog’ and describe your very own kingdom and surrounding villages that your King or Queen reigns over.


J.K. Rowling talks about the capital of Cornucopia in her story as well as the surrounding villages to build up a more detailed picture. I would like you to talk about the capital of your kingdom and at least one other surrounding area (if you only choose one surrounding area make sure this is the 'outcast' village like the marshlands that feature in the Ickabog).


Below is the success criteria of the things I am looking for in your writing today:

. Description of a capital of your kingdom

. Description of surrounding village (if you are writing about just one surrounding village this must be the 'outcast village'

. Expanded noun phrases - using adjectives, adverbs and similes

. Adverbial openers- sentence openers which tell you how, when or where something happens.


You can write your setting description on purple mash- the 2do will be called 'Kingdom' or you could write your description in your workbook at send it to me at:



Before half term, we completed our first lesson on Henry VIII. I remember learning about him in school and really enjoyed it so I hope you do too.


Today you will need to complete the quiz at the start of the lesson and again at the end to see what you've learnt. You will need to watch the video and complete the comprehension and vocabulary tasks. You can write the answers in your workbook. I have put the questions below for you too, so it is a bit easier to see them rather than pausing the video