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Monday: Good Morning Unicornsheart



“Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.”

1 Thessalonians 5:11         

These are our last few weeks at school – start to think about how you can build each other up. In our final weeks of your time at Primary School, you need to be encouraging one another and helping to prepare each other ready for leaving. Think about what you can do this week to support someone in your class or one of your friends at home?



Arithmetic: Get your brains in gear this morning with a PiXL arithmetic test – just 10 questions. Find it in the documents below – summer test 8.


Lesson 1: The first quadrant.  Please follow the link to the video for today’s lesson:

I have attached the Home learning video links for the week below and please find the worksheet for today’s lesson attached with the documents below.



For this week’s spellings, I would like you to look at the words set for week 3 and 4. Using the same Year 6 spelling sheet from last week – once again there are twenty spellings for you to learn this week. Check you understand the words and you know their meaning before you start learning them.


You can use the same spelling techniques from last week: Typing activity, ABC activity (write them in alphabetical order) or Pyramid spelling. I have attached instructions for the spelling activities below.



Reading our class text ‘Wonder’. ‘Weird Kids’ to ‘The Egyptian Tomb. (pg 119-131)


For children following the text at home you can access an online copy of the book from the following link:



In the film ‘Wonder’ Auggie completes this experiment in his science lesson. It is an experiment we can easily do in class and you can do it at home too! All you need is:

  • A piece of paper.
  • A marker pen or a felt tip pen.
  • A large glass – pint glass if possible.
  • Water.

The scientific concept that is at work in this experiment is called refraction. Refraction is the bending of light. Refraction occurs when light travels from one medium to another (EG. air to water, water to air).

Follow the link to find the full instructions and a video for you to watch to:



Follow the link and have a go at the ‘Catcher’ challenge. You can download the instructions from the website. laugh


Hope you have all had a super day! Love, Miss Moore. xx