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Thursday 21st January

Reading 9:00-9:30

Your task for today is to answer the comprehension questions in your yellow exercise book. Use evidence from the specific pages of the text (p43-46) to support your answers. Mark the questions yourself using the answers provided.

Remember the long date and title e.g.

Thursday 21st January

Comprehension Questions (p43-46)


Independent reading for pleasure 9:30-9:50

If you do not have a book from your book band at home, you can access Oxford Owl for your 'reading for pleasure' using the username and password below.

Username: bwyr5

Password: Borrow1


If for any reason it does not let you log in to the page, you can try the Year 3 login (details below)

Username: bwyr34 

Password: Borrow1


9:50-10:25: Science 1

We are continuing our learning about Forces. Today you will learn all about how to measure Forces.

Complete the quiz and then watch the video in 'lesson 2' of Forces on the Oak National Academy website (follow the link below).

At different stages of the video you need to pause the video and complete the activity in your Science book.

Please write the date and the following title:


Thursday 21st January 2021

Forces - Lesson 2

There is an investigation involving measuring objects using Newtons and Grams. Please record the table in your book and any generalisations you make from your results.

Then complete the exit quiz.

*If you are a week ahead with the Science learning, please design a poster all about Isaac Newton and submit a photo on the Science Channel on Teams.


Break 10:25-10:40


You now need to log onto Teams for your ENGLISH INPUT at 10:40

11:00-12:15: Complete your English Task


12:15-1:15- LUNCH


1:15-1:30: Spelling

Please access the spelling task PowerPoint and complete the activity in your spelling journal.


1:30-1:40: Stepping Stones Maths

Watch the videos about Common Factors and Prime Numbers. Record any working out, jottings or key facts in your Maths Jotters:



 1:40-2:25: Science 2


Use this time to finish your Science learning. If you have already finished, you could make a poster about Isaac Newton or test out some of the theories you have learned about so far e.g. can you weigh objects in your house using kitchen or bathroom scales and convert their measurements into Newtons?


2:30- Log on to Teams for your MATHS INPUT

After the Maths Input, please complete the Times table Probes, Related Facts, and Arithmetic Slides in your Maths Jotters just like we do in class and mark them using the Answer slides.

Then complete the pages in your Power Maths text book that your teacher has asked you to do. Answers to these questions can also be found on the Maths slides.

Remember to send a message or email to the teacher completing the Remote Learning if you need any more help or support.