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As you listen to the music this morning, think about asking Jesus for help with making the most of your day today. Ask Him to help you be happy and to remember our school values of love, care, share, trust and respect.



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 6 (w/c 1st June)

The question and answer sheets are now only found at the bottom of this page as you need a subscription to see them.

Watch the lesson and complete the sheet too: Lesson 2 - Multiply mixed numbers by integers

The sheets for lesson 2 (questions and answers) are found in the resources at the bottom of this page.



Sessions 1 continued: Getting into the story: Exploring prior knowledge and setting the scene In the best picture books illustration and text work closely together to create meanings.

  • Consider what it might feel like to step into the scene above. What might you see, hear, smell and feel? Discuss with someone and note words and phrases that you feel would best describe these sensations.
  •  Once you have had time to think and note your reflections, draw the grid below on a piece of paper and use this to put your ideas in or print out the PDF in the resources below.



Oppressive, molten sun beating down on me


Charred bushes scratching at my bleeding legs


Dry, smoky dust filling my chest


Ground pulsing and throbbing at my feet

  • What synonyms could be used to refine the quality of the language you used? E.g. burnt – charred – scorched – smoldered. Reflect on how the use of personification might intensify the language. E.g. if the sun is emanating heat how might we describe that?



To coincide with our book 'Fox' we will begin to look at Australia.

Work your way through the slides/PDF below and then complete the tasks relating to these. 

English Senses Grid