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Grange Park

Junior School

Striving to be the best that we can be



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 – Comparing Fractions:

  • Fractions – Oak National Academy
  • CGP Maths Targeted Questions Book – Pages 30-31
  • PiXL times table app
  • Challenge – Over the week, complete the fractions challenges below:

Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling – Fact & Opinion:

  • Fact and Opinion – BBC Bitesize
  • CGP Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling Book – Plurals -  Page 90-91
  • Spellodrome List 32
  • Challenge – Write a list of fact and opinion statements about tigers.


Writing – Pobble 365 activity:

  • Read the extract from ‘Save Our Habitat’.

  • Continue the story in your project book. (You will complete the other activities throughout the week)

E-safety – Tell a trusted adult

It is important to tell a trusted adult if something makes you feel upset, worried, confused or uncomfortable.

Watch the videos below:

  1. Who should you tell?
  2. Search It Up – Help I’m Lost Online

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

  1. DigiSafe Daily activities – Day 21
  2. Scenario question – You are playing a game online and someone starts being mean to you. What should you do?

Topic: - Egyptian Gods and Goddesses.

  • This week we would like you to research Ancient Egyptian Gods and Goddesses.

  • Find out the following and record your answers in your project book:

  1. What is their name?

  2. What did they look like? (You can draw a picture)

  3. What was their role?

  4. Why were they important?


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