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Year 3

Lesson 4 - Multiply two digits by 1 digit (no exchange)

For your lesson today, there is no worksheet for you to fill out, instead you've got an activity to do. Enjoy :) 




Year 4

Lesson 4 - Efficient Multiplication




WALT: give explanations of images using captions.

For today's learning, I'd like you to build a caption for the image. (I'll attach more images below for you to choose from)


Examples for each year group, with the expectations from the National Curriculum. 


Year 3 - There is a turtle that has been caught in a net because rubbish has been dumped in the ocean.

  • using conjunctions


Year 4 - Unfortunately, a turtle has been trapped in a fishing net so scuba diver's are trying to set the him free from the netting. 


  • Fronted adverbial, with a comma. 
  • using conjunctions 

Images for captions




What does it mean to be Christian in Britain today?


Lesson 1 - Christian beliefs and teachings. 


This lesson, I'd like you to research about Christianity in Britain today. 

Some questions you could think about finding the answers to -

  • Where do Christians go to pray? Does it have to be at a Church? 
  • Why do Christians turn to God?
  • Are there any services Christians provide? Such as Messy Church, Sunday School, food banks, going into schools doing assemblies.


There are just a few to get you started on your research. Remember - we are looking to try and answer what it's like to be a Christian in today's society. 


Here is a bit of background information about Christianity



Here is a video of a young boy, who follows the Christianity.





Forces and Magnets

Lesson 1 - Pushes and Pulls

WALT: identify the forces acting on objects using my knowledge of pushes and pulls.


This lesson focuses on being able to notice that some forces need contact between two objects by identifying the different types of forces acting on objects.


I've added what you'll need below.  Please don't worry if you can't write on the documents, you're welcome to view the worksheet and record your answers in your workbook. 



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