Netherseal St Peter's CE Primary School

Monday 30th March 2020

Hi Class 1,

I hope you and your families have all had a lovely weekend.


Thank you to all those who sent me work and/or messages last week. It was lovely to see and hear what you have been up to and how hard you have all been working. I am proud of you all!


This week I will set English and Maths each day as usual. However, as the whole school topic for this week is Easter, we thought it would be nice to create a whole school Easter activities grid (similar to homework choice grids some of you will have used with me in the past) for the week, featuring a range of different activities to choose from. There are three different levels of challenge and you can complete as many as you like, either on your own or with your younger or older siblings, if you would like to work together.   The grid can be found under the topic heading below.


I hope you all have another fun week of home learning.

Miss Halsey


Y5/6 English

Choose one of the three texts about Christian Easter Festivals from the document below.  There are three texts ranging from easiest (one star at the bottom of the page) to hardest (three stars at the bottom of the page).  Choose your challenge.  Record your answers in your English book.  Remember the long date and the title: Reading - Christian Easter Festivals.  Once you have finished, the answers can also be found in the document below, so please mark and correct your answers.

 Easter Christian Festival Differentiated Reading Comprehension Activity.pdfDownload
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Y5/6 Maths

 In the document below there are three different Easter themed mosaics, one focusing on quick recall of multiplication and division facts, one focusing on using known facts to solve multiplication and division facts involving decimals and one focusing on prime, factors, square and cube numbers.  Choose one or more to complete.  There is no need to print them, unless you want to.  You can draw a 9 by 10 square grid in your maths book and then colour the appropriate squares in pencil crayon.  If you haven't got pencil crayons or don't want to complete it as a mosaic, then just record the answers t the calculations in your maths book.  Remember the short date and the title: Multiplication and Division Mosaics.

 Easter Themed Multiplication and Division Mosaics.pdfDownload
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Whole School Easter Topic Grid Activities