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Hi Dragons. I hope you are all well and have had a good return to remote learning or school this week. Remember it is only one week left to go before we all get back into school together and start to learn altogether. I am sorry I'm not able to meet with you like normal today! 


I will however see you all on Monday and hope you have a great weekend.


Mr Potts x


Today is our last day of reflecting on strength. Our last thought about strength to share today is to know when you are not strong. Knowing that you are not strong in a situation or with other people and trying to change that is one of the strongest things you can do. Knowing that you need help and support and asking for it is a huge sign of inner strength. Listen to the song below during your reflection and reflect on the words. When do you need to ask for help and support.

Lean on Me - Bill Withers (Lyrics)

Bill Withers - Lean on Me (Lyrics) 🎵Bill Withers - Lean on Me


Today we are continuing to explore and look at fractions. Today we are looking at our second day of subtracting fractions from each other.

The videos are found in the link below.

You can also access the videos by scanning the QR code below:


Alongside working through the video content, there is also a work sheet that will expand on subtracting fractions from each other.


Today we are going to begin to look at suffixes.


A suffix is a single or group of letters that area added to the end of the root word to change the meaning or the tense or the type of word it is. To recap the basic rules of adding a suffix to a root word watch the video below.

Suffixes - part 1 | Primary English - Wonderful Words

A fun, animated guide to the rules for adding the suffixes 'er', 'ing', 'ed', 'est' and 'y'.

So what were the rules for adding suffixes? Is it always the same thing to do?

Task 1

I would like you create a poster, leaflet, fact file, set of instructions or anything else you can think that you can use back in the classroom that explain the basic rules for adding a suffix.

Remember that there is a total of 4 rules and an exception to put into your work for the classroom.

There is an example of this below:


Task 2

I would like you to create some root word trees. A root word tree starts with a root word. This is a word that does not have any prefixes or suffixes attached. You then think about all the different ways of adding suffixes to these words to create the tree. There is an example below.

You can create your root word tree in anyway you wish, it could be drawn, painted, made from lego, made from real branches/sticks or just typed. The creative choices are up to you. If you feeling very creative try and create more than one root word tree.


We are finishing our work on describing ourselves in french today. We are going to work towards creating a written description of ourselves today. We are going to work on describing our hair and eyes. This can be found in the first link below. There is a series of learning parts as well as games to play.


The second part is to work on describing the rest of body such as tall or small. This can be found in the second link.


I would like you to create a small paragraph that describes you in French. If you are able to send these paragraphs to me, next week we will guess who where we will read the paragraph, translate what it says and then guess the person from the description. I really look forward to reading what you write!


Here is my paragraph as an example:

Il a les yeux verts et le cheveux bruns. Il a une barbe.

Il est grande et il est muscle. Il porte des lunette.