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As you listen to the ‘music’ today I want you to try and push all thoughts from your mind and be truly at peace. If a thought pops into your head then get rid of it and focus on your candle or a point in the room. Put a little smile on your face and enjoy the quiet.



Remember you do not have to copy out all of the questions, especially if they use complicated diagrams.

Your answers and any workings out are enough.


Lessons this week from Summer Term – Week 3 (w/c 4th May)


Watch the lesson and complete the sheet too: Lesson 4 - Calculate perimeter

The sheet for lesson 4 can also be found in the resources at the bottom of this page.



Remember to read for 20-30 mins a day. Write down any words you can not read or any that you do not understand from your book.

Session 20: Story middle.

Hopefully you have created a beginning to your story that will make the reader want to carry on reading.


Now you need to start your main part of the story, what problems and solutions will there be for your character or characters?


Before you start, listen to Charlie Higson for some tips on how to build suspense in your story:


I particularly like the idea of there being a time limit, the main character racing against the clock to complete a mission.


Now begin your main part of the story, remember your great descriptive language and your punctuation.

Use some parenthesis if you can.

Remember parenthesis???


Oh noooooo! It's the last chapter!

Read or listen to the next chapter of the story (audio below, top of pg 107 to the end of the story on PDF).


Audio book link for Chapter 17, 'Yassen' here:

Chapter 17, Part 1

Chapter 17, Part 2


Religious Education

Today's RE lesson can be found in the resources at the bottom of the page in a PDF format.