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Reading - Daily reading for 15 minutes, remember to fill in your reading record book. Make sure an adult signs it.

Research and produce a Factfile about your favourite author.

Comprehension - Using Rising Stars link:

Click here for a guide on how to access and complete your comprehension task about Captain James Cook.

Writing – All your writing tasks will be based around A Time Capsule Booklet. Click here for a copy of your Time Capsule Booklet.

 A time capsule is generally a container storing a selection of objects chosen as being typical of the present time, buried for discovery in the future. We’re putting a twist on it so it will be a booklet that you will complete to look back on about a time that will go down in history.

Although your should complete the entire booklet, take time with your writing tasks:

1) Write an informal letter to your future self. Find the letter format in the booklet and use it to explain what you are doing at the moment. How and where are you spending your time and who are you spending this time with. Remember to include your personal thoughts and feelings.

2) An interview from a child’s perspective. Ask someone to interview you or you could interview a sibling using the questions on the Interview sheet in the booklet.

3) 2) An interview from an adult’s perspective. Interview an adult in your household using the questions on the Interview sheet in the booklet. How are their answers similar or different to a child’s?


Think about your handwriting, use the whole booklet to exhibit your best handwriting to look back on. Think about the joins we have been learning.



Day 1:

Fractions – today focus on Ordering fractions

Use the following link: –there are Videos, Activities and Printable Resources available.

Espresso login details:

Username: Student22919,

Password: Camrose8

For more challenging work, use the following link:


Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game:


Day 2:

Fractions – today focus on Equivalent fractions (1)

Use the previous link (from yesterday). There are Videos, Activities and Printable Resources available.

See Fraction Wall sheet (also available as a blank sheet for you to practise).

Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game:


Day 3:

Today focus on Equivalent fractions (2)

Practical activity: use plane paper to cut out different strips of paper and show equivalent fractions. Try to explain how it works to a family member. Make it fun!

Watch the following clips to see how to do fraction strips: and


Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game:


Day 4:

Fractions – today focus on Adding and subtracting fractions with the same denominator.

Use the same link on Espresso. There are Videos, Activities and Printable Resources available.


Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game:


Day 5:

Complete Times Table Rockstar Grid. Your aim is to complete it under 5 minutes. Good luck!

Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game:


Day 6:

Convert Fractions to Decimals:

Use the following Espresso link:

There are Videos, Activities and Printable Resources available. Alternatively, use plane paper to work out your calculations.

For more challenging work, use the following link:


Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game:


Day 7:

Factors – Find the factor pairs of the following numbers: 8, 10, 12, 13, 15, 16, 18, 21, 22, 24. Remember: starting with 1, try all the numbers in turn, up to half the size of the number, to see if they divide exactly. If they do, they’re factors.

Example: The factor pairs of 12 are: 1 x 12, 2 x 6 and 3 x 4.

Challenge: Find all factors of: 28 (6), 42 (8), 112 (10), 132 (12). Clue: see number of factors in brackets.

Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game:








Day 8:

Rounding – Round numbers to the nearest 10, 100 or 1000.

The two rounding rules:

  1. The number always lies between two possible answers, just choose the one it’s nearest to.
  2. If the number is exactly in the middle, then round it up.


Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game:


Day 9:

Roman Numerals – see attached chart and worksheet.

For additional help use Espresso (KS2 – Maths – Roman Numerals).


Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game:


Day 10:

Complete Times Table Rockstars Grid within 5 minutes. Don’t give up!


Maths Frame Multiplication Check Game:



Foundation subjects


Follow the link on Espresso to find out more about Ramadan and Eid.

Watch the videos, look at the fact files, then check the activities section and do a quiz.


Challenge: create an information sheet explaining the difference between Ramadan and Eid and their significance for Muslims.


GEOGRAPHY – Choose any European country (could be your birth country) to create an information sheet; include interesting facts and annotated map/drawings.

Explain in a paragraph why you have chosen that particular country and its significance for you: what do you like to most about it? Would you like to live there? Why?

Ask your family members to help, make this project a team effort.


PSHE - Jigsaw topic: Dreams and Goals

Read/Listen to Story 1: Fowley’s Wings

Use the following link to Jigsaw:

No password required.

Hold a mid-story discussion:

  • What do you think Fowley will do?
  • What’s going to happen to Hove?
  • Is Fowley being encouraged to achieve his dream?
  • How can we manage our feelings when we have dreams and goals that don’t come true?
  • How could you encourage Fowley and Hove?
  • Then continue with the second half of the story.
  • Discuss with your parents/siblings what Fowley’s dream was and how he overcame obstacles to achieve it.
  • Discussion: Ask your parents to share with you what some of their dreams and goals were when they were your age. What did they want to do/become etc?
  • Did they achieve some of these?
  • How did they?
  • Were there obstacles to overcome along the way?

Think about what your dreams and goals might be, for when you are grown up and for the next few weeks while they are off school.

Draw a pair of wings, like Fowley’s. On the wings draw or write your dreams and goals for the future.

Discuss with your parents how you might go about achieving these and ask them for support.



In PE lesson we had started learning about ball control which was going to lead to Tennis skill. Find a tennis ball or another small ball you can practice your ball control skills with.

Begin by throwing the ball in the air so you can catch it, repeat until you are confident.

Move on to walking with the ball whilst throwing and catching it in the air.

If you’ve got a sibling, ask them to join in and underarm throw the ball to be caught. Remember to step back if you catch and step forward if you drop the ball! (If you are catching a throwing with someone, you may need space so it would be advised to do this outdoors.)


Click this link:

Watch the dance through once, replay and copy and follow a dance about tennis. Remember dance is also part of the PE curriculum!


Science: Circuits & Conductors

When drawing circuits, rather that drawing an image of each component, we use symbols for each. Follow the link to read and learn the symbols in a circuit:


The activities that follow will require you to know what component each symbol represents.

Then watch the BBC clip below.

Complete the 3 activities that follow:

  1. Matching the symbol to the component part 1
  2. Matching the symbol to the component part 2
  3. Build a circuit for an intruder.


Design & TechnologyFood Technology

The focus for this term is bread, how it is made and its purposes.


With the help of a responsible adult, you are going to attempt to make bread for you and your family to enjoy!


Click here for the Warburton’s PowerPoint Presentation demonstrating how to make bread, it includes a list of ingredients & equipment you will need to have prepared before you get started.


Plan: Click here to complete this worksheet about the ingredients you will need and what shapes your bread could be.


Bake your bread.


Evaluate: Which shape did you decide to create? How did your bread taste. Were you happy with the outcome? What went well, what could have been improved?



At Camrose Primary School we are always reminding you about staying safe online and here is just another reminder!


Being online is fine as long as you are being careful and safe! Carry out these two short internet safety activities by clicking this link:


Try Home Activity Pack 2 - there are 2 activities to do. Complete Activity 1 one week and Activity 2 the following week by clicking on the link or from the website above. Each activity requires a resources sheet which is also included. Remember the SMART rules & stay SAFE.