Please continue with your main English lessons on the Oak National Academy website. Remember to work your way through the lesson by clicking ‘next’ in the bottom right-hand corner and to complete the questions on the slideshow. This is referred to as the worksheet. 

Year 4: https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-4/subjects/english/

Year 5: https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-5/subjects/english

Please continue with your reading and Bedrock Vocabulary work. You may use Education City for more English if you would like. 

If you are having any difficulties accessing these websites, please e-mail me. 

Alternatively, I am happy for you to draft and write your own piece of writing for your English. Please e-mail me your work as I would love to see what you have done! 

Please continue with your main English lessons on the Oak National Academy website. Remember to work your way through the lesson by clicking ‘next’ in the bottom right-hand corner and to complete the questions on the slideshow. This is referred to as the worksheet. 

Year 4: https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-4/subjects/english/

Year 5: https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-5/subjects/english

Please continue with your reading and Bedrock Vocabulary work. You may use Education City for more English if you would like. 

If you are having any difficulties accessing these websites, please e-mail me. 

Alternatively, I am happy for you to draft and write your own piece of writing for your English. Please e-mail me your work as I would love to see what you have done! 

Please continue with your main English lessons on the Oak National Academy website. Remember to work your way through the lesson by clicking ‘next’ in the bottom right-hand corner and to complete the questions on the slideshow. This is referred to as the worksheet. 

Year 4: https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-4/subjects/english/

Year 5: https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-5/subjects/english

Please continue with your reading and Bedrock Vocabulary work. You may use Education City for more English if you would like. 

If you are having any difficulties accessing these websites, please e-mail me. 

Alternatively, I am happy for you to draft and write your own piece of writing for your English this week. Please e-mail me your work as I would love to see what you have done! 

Please continue with your main English lessons on the Oak National Academy website. Remember to work your way through the lesson by clicking ‘next’ in the bottom right-hand corner and to complete the questions on the slideshow. This is referred to as the worksheet. 

Year 4: https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-4/subjects/english/

Year 5: https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-5/subjects/english

Please continue with your reading and Bedrock Vocabulary work. You may use Education City for more English if you would like. 

If you are having any difficulties accessing these websites, please e-mail me. 

Please continue with your main English lessons on the Oak National Academy website. Remember to work your way through the lesson by clicking ‘next’ in the bottom right-hand corner and to complete the questions on the slideshow. This is referred to as the worksheet. 

Year 4: https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-4/subjects/english/

Year 5: https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-5/subjects/english

Please continue with your reading and Bedrock Vocabulary work. You may use Education City for more English if you would like. 

If you are having any difficulties accessing these websites, please e-mail me. 

Please continue with your main English lessons on the Oak National Academy website. Remember to work your way through the lesson by clicking ‘next’ in the bottom right-hand corner and to complete the questions on the slideshow. This is referred to as the worksheet. 

Year 4: https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-4/subjects/english/

Year 5: https://classroom.thenational.academy/subjects-by-year/year-5/subjects/english

Please continue with your reading and Bedrock Vocabulary work. You may use Education City for more English if you would like. 

If you are having any difficulties accessing these websites, please e-mail me. 

Spellings:
 
WALT: use vocabulary and grammar effectively
 
First complete The Cave of Verbs on Education City.
 
Escape the Room….
 
This week we have a vocabulary challenge. We have been locked out of the classroom and we need to get back in before Miss Stewart realises we have gone! Solve the clues to reveal the 10 digit code to unlock the door. 
Things you will need to know:
Homophone: two words that sound the same but are spelt differently and have different meanings eg. hear/here
Adverb: describing the verb eg. quietly walked
Modal verb: the possibility of the verb eg. could walk
Prefix: added to the beginning of a word eg. sub-
Passive voice: when the subject of a sentence has something done to it by someone/something eg. The mouse was being chased by the cat.
Formal language: words you would find in books and information texts eg. capture rather than grab
Parenthesis: also known as brackets
Synonyms: words with the same meaning eg. damp/moist
 
Quick, get back in the classroom as quick as you can! Keep smiling… Mrs Etheridge.
Handwriting:
 
WALT: join our letters using increasing accuracy
 
Diary Extract…
 
This idea was suggested by a member of the class and so I hope you enjoy it! Crack the Anglo-Saxon code, re-write it in your English books using your best handwriting. Old English language used to be quite flamboyant and swirly. If you have a fountain or calligraphy pen at home, perhaps ask an adult if you can use it to create some beautiful joined up handwriting. As with our phonetic alphabet activity a few weeks ago you could also write some of your daily COVID-10 diary using the Anglo-Saxon lettering (just don’t forget to include a copy of the code so that you – or someone who finds your diary – can decode it in the future!) Keep smiling… Mrs Etheridge.

Value

Trust

“Trusting someone is like knowing you can jump and they will be there to catch you” Anon

Thought of the Day

Trust is a really important value. It must be earned. If we do not trust someone it is very hard to build a good friendship with them.
Talk together about:
• people who you know that are trustworthy
• practical ways that we can show others that we are trustworthy
• why it is important to be able to trust others when working together as a team

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