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Use Arithmequiz for 10 minutes to practice your arithmetic skills.


Go to White Rose Home Learning for Lesson 1 - Angles in Special Quadrilaterals 

Summer Term Week 2 Lesson 1 



This week’s spellings are: bruise, category, cemetery, embarrass, environment, individual, profession, programme, stomach, sufficient.

There is a sheet below you can print and use each day, or practice on a piece of paper. 



Look, Say, Cover, Write, Check spelling sheet


Find a comfy spot and read your current book for 20 minutes. You could shout "Drop Everything and Read" so everyone in your house has to do it too! 


English - "Doors - the world of possibility"

The next two weeks will be based on “Doors – the world of possibility.” Each day there will be one or two activities to complete.  Access the document on the website where resources are for each subject. Download the PDF or read on-screen. You need pages 1 - 5 and today you will need to complete: 

Activity 1 – The world we live in

Activity 2 – I opened a magical door and saw….

Other activity - History 


“Did the Punishment Fit the Crime?” is the next History project we will be working on in the summer term. We will on a journey through British history as we discover how crime and punishment has changed throughout the ages. Beginning with the Romans and travelling right through to the present day, we will discover how changes in society create changes in the kind of crimes that are committed, as well as the ways in which they are punished.


Lesson 1 - To introduce the broad trends of crime and punishment from the Romans to the 21st century.

Use the Slide Show below 

What kind of crimes do we have today? How do we detect and/or prevent crime nowadays, and how we punish it?  Look at the suggestions on the slides too.

• Look at the timeline displaying the different periods in history we will be looking at over the next few lessons. Discuss what life was like at each of those time periods, and introduce some ideas about the broad trends in crime and punishment.

• Do you know what each of these words means? Match some of the main vocabulary you will come across in this unit with the correct definition, then check on the next slide.