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1st February 2021 Monday


We are doing a maths zoom at 9am. Please use the link in the email to take part in this. 

Today we are going to be recapping pounds.

If you were unable to join the zoom, click on this link to watch a video on this topic:

and work through the powerpoint below before you try to complete the worksheet. 



We are doing an English zoom at 10:30am. Please use the link in the email to take part in this.

We are going to start off by reading chapters 6 and 7 of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.


Task 1:

We found out about the first two winners. I would like you to compare them to each other - what are the similarities, what are the differences between them?

Create your own table in your book with one winner on each side and use this to compare them. 


Task 2:

On his birthday, Charlie opened up his chocolate bar and there was no golden ticket. 

I would like you to write a short paragraph to explain how you think Charlie would have felt when he opened the bar and saw that there was no golden ticket. 

Remember, although he was probably sad that there was no ticket, he was probably still really excited to have chocolate because he only gets one chocolate bar each year. 

Challenge - try to use more exciting adjectives than happy and sad. 



Today is our final lesson in our journeys topic. We are going to do our scripture picture today - this is the drawing activity we do at the end of each RE topic...I hope you remember doing these!


Have a look at the scripture you can choose from:

"This is the gate of the Lord, only the righteous can come in" (Psalm 118:20)
"You are my God, and I give you thanks" (Psalm 118:29)
"I was glad when they said to me 'Let us go to the Lord's house'" (Psalm 122:1)


Your task:

Draw a picture that you think represents this piece of scripture. Remember that you need to write the scripture on the piece of paper you are drawing on.

Take care on this piece of work, and remember that the whole piece of paper should be filled with your beautiful drawing and colouring. In school, we would do this on an A5 piece of paper (half of the size of your book).