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Moston Lane

Community Primary School

‘Be The Best You Can Be’

W.B. 18.05.20


Friday 22nd May 2020


Read chapter three of ‘Kid Normal’ and answer the following questions:

  1. Why did Murph have a tingling inside his stomach?
  2. What time did Mum start work at the hospital?
  3. What did Murph enjoy about arriving early at school?
  4. Name 3 acts of ‘mumbarrassment’.
  5. Where did Murph speak to Mary?


Complete your 30 day challenge on The Maths Factor or the maths lesson from BBC bitesize.

Practise your times tables on Hit the Button as a warm up and then head over to TTRockstars to enter the Moston Lane competition. Will you be the fastest person in Year 4?


Have a go at completing the different writing tasks from the Pobble lesson ‘The Magic Library’.


For the past month, Ramadan has taken place, which means that Muslims have been fasting (not eating or drinking during daylight hours). This Saturday will mark the start of Eid ul-Fitr - an important day which celebrates the end of Ramadan. The celebrations of Eid ul-Fitr will last all of Saturday and Sunday. Read the information about Ramadan and Eid from the BBC here and watch the clip from Newsround here. Once you’re done, have a go at answering the questions all about Ramadan by clicking here.


Afterwards, you could even have a go at making some simple Eid biscuits (ask your grown up first!) or making a paper moon and star decoration.

Daily exercise

Have a go at the Boom Chicka Boom routine from Go Noodle!

One last thing...

Earlier this week, we told you that the theme for Mental Health Awareness Week was kindness. Maysi-Lea and Madison both wrote a kindness message for their friends which they would like to share. You can read them below.  

Have a fantastic half term everyone - we miss you all very much and seeing what you are getting up to at home makes our day so send in some work from this week if you haven’t already. Stay safe and keep smiling. Miss Redpath and Miss Fuentes :) x


Thursday 21st May 2020


Read chapter one and two of ‘Kid Normal’ by Greg James and Chris Smith. Then, answer the following questions:

  1. Why do Murph and his family have to keep moving to new towns?
  2. Why was his fourth shirt left unmarked?
  3. What type of food are they eating for their takeaway? Use evidence from the text to support your answer.
  4. How can you tell Murph’s mum was desperate to find a school for him? Find the evidence on page 13, chapter 2.
  5. Why was the strange teacher whispering? Make your best prediction, using evidence to support your answer.
  6. Look up the word ‘bemusement’ in the dictionary and copy the definition.


Continue with your 30-day maths challenge on The Maths Factor or check the daily lesson on BBC Bitesize.

Don’t forget to enter the TT Rockstars competition! All you need to do is log onto the website, complete a studio game for a minute and take a picture of your result. Then, send it to use via email at

Everyone entering the competition will receive a certificate in the post! And the Year 4 winner will win a £10 voucher! You don’t want to miss this chance to win!


Today we are going to learn how to write a Limerick.

What is a Limerick?

Limericks are poems that are made to make people laugh. They use rhyming words and humour to create something exciting to read. Limericks are said and written a little bit like a song, there is a rhythm to them.

Watch this video on BBC bitesize to learn the rhythm and patterns!

Here are some rules:

  • Limericks are funny poems
  • There are 5 lines in a Limerick
  • Line 1, 2 and 5 end with the same rhyme
  • Line 3 and 4 rhyme with each other
  • There is a pattern to the rhythm of a limerick - kind of like a song

Here are some funny pictures. Choose one of them and write a limerick about them.


Choose your coding challenge:

Bronze - Puppy Adventure

Silver - The debugger 

Gold - Toxic Jungle

You can even battle with friends in these multiplayer games. Apply your own strategies and pit your code against the entire Tynker community to see who the true coding champion is!

Daily exercise

Let’s do some yoga today. Breathe in and breathe out with Adriene.


Remember to stay positive everyone! Taking care of your mental health is so important! Check out a few activities that you can do to take care of your wellbeing. 

Miss Redpath and Miss Fuentes :) x

Wednesday 20th May 2020


Read pages 9-16 of ‘One Wish’ and answer the following questions:

  1. What furniture was in the first bedroom?
  2. Why did Tanya decide to take Oberon for a walk?
  3. Was Tanya happy with the route she decided to walk?
  4. What might happen next? Write one prediction.
  5. Find and copy one word which means the same as ‘huge’.


Send your entry in for the TT Rockstars competition. Don’t forget - the winner gets £10! Well done if you have sent us your entry already!

Then, continue with your 30 day challenge on The Maths Factor or have a go at the daily maths lesson from BBC bitesize.


Re-cap last half term’s topic by completing the Pobble writing lesson ‘It’s All About the Rainforest’ and writing a survival guide.


Landscape drawing is a great way to draw a particular place and show all of the natural features and landmarks. Your task is to draw a landscape of Egypt. Look at some amazing examples hereherehere and here for inspiration. All you need for this is a piece of A4 paper turned horizontally. You can choose if you want to use colours, felt tips, paint or even make a collage. We’d love to see what you create so don’t forget to send it to us!

Daily exercise

Have a go at The Lion King Disney workout - will someone in your household join in with you?


Be the best you can be today!

Miss Redpath and Miss Fuentes :) x

Tuesday 19th May 2020


Read up to page 8 of ‘One Wish’ by Michelle Harrison. This is a story of Tanya Fairchild’s; a girl with a very special ability. Tanya can see fairies, but not fairies like the ones in books…

When you are finished reading, answer the following questions:

  1. Find and copy one word that means the same as ‘without paying attention’
  2. Page 6 – Why was Tanya’s stomach ‘tensed into a hard knot’?
  3. What made Tanya jump?
  4. How would you describe the fairy’s personality? Use evidence from the text.
  5. Why do you think Tanya lied to her mother about seeing a fairy?

Did you know this week is Mental Health Awareness Week? It is the UK’s national week to raise awareness of mental health and to promote the message of good mental health for all. Did you know we all have mental health? Watch this video to refresh your knowledge.

There are many amazing books that you could read to widen your knowledge on this important topic. Click on this link to find a list of books that you could read.


Continue with your 30 day maths challenge on The Maths Factor or complete the BBC bitesize lesson of the day.

Have you entered the Times Tables Rockstars competition yet? If not, this is your chance! Check the instructions on the ‘competition’ page. 


Complete the lesson ‘Beast from the Past’ on pobble. 


As we said before, this week is Mental Health Awareness Week. Originally, the theme this year was 'Sleep'. However, the Mental Health Foundation decided to change the theme to 'Kindness', in response to the Coronavirus. Everyone needs a little kindness in their lives right now.  

 Watch Georgia’s video about being kind on the new First Aid Champions website. What does she say about being kind and why is it important?

After watching the video, your task is to draw a picture of a heart on a piece of paper. Now, think of all kind acts people do for you and on one side of the heart colour in a patch of your heart, a different colour for each act. Things like when your sibling plays with you or your adult cooks food that you like. Add all the kind things that you do for other people that also make you happy on the other side of the heart. Maybe you call your grandparents or tidy up all your toys. Keep going until your heart is full.

Think about how kindness can fill up your heart. Imagine how your kind acts fill up the hearts of others.

Challenge: Think of five kind acts that you’ll do during the month and write them in the boxes. You can tick them once you have done them and at the end of the month, you can send your Kind Acts booklet to us via email.

Daily exercise

Watch this video about the Hindu Festival of Light, Diwali, and find out more about the Hindus’ traditional dance. Do you think you can join in?


What piece of work are you most proud of today? Don’t forget to send it to us at 

Miss Redpath and Miss Fuentes :) x

Monday 18th May 2020

Let’s start the week with some happy news about a dog in Australia who has saved more than 100 koalas! Click here to watch the video all about it.


Watch and listen to the story ‘Zombies Don’t Eat Veggies!’ and answer the following questions:

  1. What was Mo’s secret?
  2. Why did he need a secret kitchen?
  3. How did Mo try to make his parents understand?
  4. Did Mo’s plan work? Why/why not?
  5. When did Mo promise to cheer on his dad?


Keep going with your 30 day challenge on The Maths Factor!

Have a go at the TT Rockstars Y4 competition (details above).


You are going to imagine you are a pirate and you’ve been on an exciting adventure to the island named ‘Lost Mountains’. Your task is to write a diary entry explaining what it was like. Click here to get started!


Houses in ancient Egypt were very different to what we know now! It was extra difficult to build houses as most of the land was covered in sand and there were very few trees. You can learn all about how the ancient Egyptians built their houses here. Once you’ve done that, you can head over to Purple Mash and complete the 2do activity of writing instructions on how to build an Egyptian house. Have fun!

Daily exercise

Try the Pokémon fitness routine and cool down with this video!

Don’t forget to keep sending in your fantastic work - we love seeing it and hearing from you!

Miss Redpath and Miss Fuentes :) x


Moston Lane, Moston, Greater Manchester, M9 4HH

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