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Wednesday 1st July

Wednesday 1st July 2020



You could start your day by joining Joe Wicks for his live P.E. session which can be accessed here: .

There is now a reduced timetable, so Joe’s sessions will only be live at 9am on Mondays and Wednesdays, as well as 9am on Saturday mornings.


Are you looking for something different to do?  Why not click on the video below.  Lose your blues, kick off your Sunday shoes, and cut FOOTLOOSE to this stellar song!

Footloose - NTV | GoNoodle



We will continue to read this Twinkl original eBook which is set in the Stone Age.  This week’s reading and writing tasks focus on Chapter 3.


Suggested timetable for this week’s tasks:

Monday – read and/or watch the video of Chapter 3 being read and then answer the related comprehension questions.

Tuesday – complete ‘The Present Perfect Tense’ – Part A.

Wednesday – complete ‘The Present Perfect Tense’ – Part B.

Thursday – complete the accompanying ‘Vocabulary’ task.



The resources for the reading comprehension task are still available below, along with the ‘Conjunctions to Express Time, Place or Cause’ sheet.  If you completed Part A yesterday, then please look at Part B today.

How to Skin a Bear Chapter 3


If you can, print and complete this week’s sheets from Spelling Shed.  If you are unable to print you can copy the lists and practise on paper.

If you have a Lexia or Nessy login, don't forget to keep up with your usage. Try to spread it out throughout the week in short blocks (i.e. no more than 20 mins at a time).


Quick Maths


Today’s Busy Things assignment is a ‘Capacity Quiz’.  Choose either the Year 3 or the Year 4 quiz to complete (or try both if you wish!)  You will be able to review your answers once you have submitted a quiz and this will show you which questions you got right and wrong. 

Login: Scotby2020

Password: Shine


Have a go at one of these BBC Bitesize Maths lessons using the links below: 


Y3 = Recognising 3D shapes     


Y4 = Introducing line graphs 


History – The Bronze Age



Today I would like you to test your chronology skills with this Bronze Age timeline activity.  Don’t worry if you can’t print out the sheets, you could write the dates and events on post-it notes or scrap pieces of paper and then order them to create your own timeline.  Remember to look carefully as events in the B.C. era are dated in descending order so, for example, 3000BC  comes before 2000BC.