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Wednesday 17th June


Adding Decimals With The Same Number Of Decimal Places


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.)

You can also visit the BBC Bitesize website for an extra video on today’s maths lesson.


The links are below:




Just a reminder – the idea is that the BBC provides further support to help you learn, you will still need to complete the White Rose question sheet, and as always, you can check your answers.


Wednesday 17th June


Today we are going to think about story settings.

Watch the videos to develop your knowledge.



Try Activity 1.


Now, read the story of Stacey again.

I would like you, today, to write a description of a setting in which to place the character you created yesterday, your talented/talentless child. 

Describe a setting with them in it. Perhaps you could be a new neighbour who has moved in next door to them or perhaps you could be a new pupil starting at their school. Describe the setting, then your character could enter and you could describe them.


I look forward to reading them. 


Either do this on Purple Mash in your 2Do’s, or send it to me at:



Wednesday 17th June


Anglo-Saxons LO:To learn about art and culture in the Anglo Saxon times.


Today, you’re going to have to cast your mind back to Year 4 and the history work you covered then.


What can you recall about the Anglo-Saxons?

Write a list or create a mindmap in your book.

What can you recall about the story of Beowulf?


Write a list or create a mindmap in your book.


Now, click on the link below – it will take you to a BBC history lesson from Monday 8th June so make sure you use the link.




Work your way through the lesson. It will remind you of who they were and why they came to Britain and you’ll learn about some of their treasures and hobbies and the stories that were told.


Activity 1 asks you to design your own piece of Anglo-Saxon art or treasure using what you’ve learned today as inspiration.


I’d love to see what you create – send them to me at:



Activity 2 then gives you the opportunity to take a quiz to test your knowledge on what you have learned – good luck!