Monday 23rd March

Morning everyone!

Hope you are all well and ready for our week ahead.

I am aiming to set a maths, reading and writing task each day with a weekly task set for other curriculum areas. It might be good to sit and talk as a family about a timetable to help keep a structure for your day, making sure there are plenty of breaks and times for creativity, exercise and some fun too!

I am available on Dojos if you are not sure about anything and might be asking you to send of pictures of your work as and when needed or if we’re going to do something as a class.


For the next 2 weeks we are going to complete sessions from our Easter maths packs. You can open them from the link below. I would be mainly focusing on the expected standard unless you have been working on the greater depth in class.

Please open and complete Arithmetic Day 1 and Reasoning Day 1.


Can you send me a picture of the book you are reading? Can you choose a reading task and send me a picture/email to your portfolio today?

Writing: Can you continue this story about The Greatest Library? Please send me a photo of your finished pieces on your profile in ClassDojo so I can read them too.

The books had minds of their own.

This was no ordinary library.

Books about knights and castles would gallop all over the library, bravely and boldly ordering the other books around. The books about thieves would sneak around, lurking behind bookshelves in the shadows. Books about wild animals would occasionally roar and bite other books. The ones containing stories set in the winter would often shiver, covering their neighbours with snow and frost.

Lucy loved this place like no other. Reading was the most exciting thing in the world here: everything she read seemed to come alive out of the pages…



Can you complete the Joe Wicks or Oti Mabuse sessions (link sent yesterday) or try Mr MacGrath’s daily challenge?

Creative Task:

This could be a family challenge or just fun for you! Create a gap that is about 30cm (A4 paper length) across. Use different materials to create a simple bridge. How can you determine which bridge is the strongest? What is the most your bridge can hold? Send us a picture.

Otherwise enjoy trying a new hobby or new game – if you are able, try and get out in the sunshine and enjoy the fresh air.

See you on Dojo – will be uploading the next chapter in our book too.

Mrs Kovach