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Junior School

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Please see the Healthy Body, Healthy Mind daily activities from Miss Norman

Please complete a Joe WicksBBC SupermoversCosmic Yoga or Disney Shake Up activity each day.

Maths - Fractions:

  • Fractions – Oak National Academy 
  • CGP Maths Targeted Questions Book – Page 28
  • PiXL times table app
  • Challenge - Can you write your own word problems for someone in your house to answer?

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling – Similes and metaphors:

  • Similes and metaphors  – BBC Bitesize
  • CGP Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling Book – Page 88
  • Spellodrome List 31
  • Challenge – Write your own similes and metaphors. How creative can you be?


  • Reading Comprehension – Fact Retrieval - Oak National Academy
  • Bug Club – Read and answer the questions for 1 book.
  • Additional activities – Read the Coronavirus book by Axel Scheffler.
  • Read and answer the questions for the Superheroes comprehension (over the week)

Writing – Pobble 365 activity:

  • Read the extract from ‘Lego Crash’.
  • Continue the story in your project book. (You will complete the other activities throughout the week)
  • Challenge – Can you use similes and metaphors in your writing?

E-safety – Finding reliable information.

Information on the internet is not always reliable. It may be out of date, inaccurate or not completely true. It is important to compare information from different websites, check in books and talk to someone about what you have found.

Complete the following activities in the BACK of your project book OR discuss your answers with an adult:

  1. DigiSafe Daily activities – Day 16
  2. Scenario question – You want to get a new pet but your parents said you have to research how much it will cost. What should you do to try and convince them? Is it better to have prices from one website or from a few websites? Why?

Topic: - Pyramids

  • Read the information print out about pyramids.
  • Read the Egyptian Pyramids PowerPoint
  • Watch the video about tombs in Ancient Egypt
  • Answer the following questions in your project book:
    1. What is a pyramid?
    2. Who were the pyramids built for?
    3. Why did the Egyptian pharaohs order the pyramids to be built?
    4. What types of pyramids were there?
    5. Why do you think the pyramids stopped being built after a certain time? What replaced them?
    6. What was inside the pyramids?
    7. Why did the ancient Egyptians build their pyramids on the west side of the Nile River?
    8. What materials were used to build the pyramids?
    9. Write 2 facts about Khufu’s Pyramid and the Step Pyramid of King Djoser.


If your child is having difficulty completing the tasks above, please complete one of the 'Alternative task' activities.