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Moston Lane

Community Primary School

‘Be The Best You Can Be’

W.B. 20.04.20


Special Mentions

 A huge well done to Divine, Sinai, Seren and Miley-Mae for sending us some amazing work over the Easter holiday!

Keep it up - we are so proud of you.

If you'd like to see your name here, make sure to email us your favourite piece of work!

Friday 24th April 2020



Read chapter two of the story Super Cats by Gwyneth Ress. Then, answer the following questions.

  1. What was Tagg’s exciting idea?
  2. Find and copy one word that means the same as gracefully.
  3. What happened to Flash?
  4. What accidentally happened in one of the One Purr’s concert?
  5. Why can’t Tagg go with his mother to the One Purr concert?


Continue with your 30 day maths challenge on The Maths Factor

We know some of you are struggling to obtain your login details from The Maths Factor. It can take a long time for you to receive them. In the meantime, you can go on BBC Bitesize and complete the daily lessons. Today, it is negative numbers. Have a go! 

Do you want to test your times table knowledge? Try the daily 10 challenge! How many are you going to get right? 



Learn how to use adverbs and adverbial phrases to add description to verbs by watching the two clips on BBC bitesize. Then, complete the three activities on their page to practise the skills you have learnt. 

Don’t forget to log on to and carry on with your spag tests.



Do you remember when we learnt about rhythm and pulse? Today we will learn about melody and pitch. Watch this clip and explore melody and pitch with Bob Marley.

The melody of a song is the tune. It’s part of the music you often find yourself singing along with. Pitch is how high or low a note sounds. A melody is made up of high and low pitched notes played one after the other. Catchy melodies often repeat the same series of notes over and over.

To learn more about pitch, watch YolanDa Brown and her band demonstrate how high and low music can be played.

Then, click on the interactive game to check your knowledge!


Now it’s your turn to sing! Go through the 3 Practise activities on BBC bitesize:

Activity one: warm up

Activity two: Sing along to Somewhere Only We know (click here for the lyrics)

Activity three: Try out a creative Ten Pieces activity at home


Daily exercise

Join in with this Kids Daily Exercise to stay strong and healthy. 

Today, the Key Stage 2 Sporty Spelling challenge is about your favourite food! I don’t know about you, but all this exercise made me hungry!!!

Keep up the amazing work guys! Don’t forget to send us your favourite piece of work at

We miss you! Have a lovely weekend and enjoy the sunshine.

Miss Redpath and Miss Fuentes :) x

Thursday 23rd April 2020


Read chapter one of Super Cats by Gwyneth Rees. This book is about cats with superpowers!

Then, answer the following questions:

  1. Where was Tagg born?
  2. Why were the other cats in awe of Chester?
  3. How did Tagg feel when his parents told him the news?
  4. What is Tagg’s superpower?
  5. Who was the boss of Feline Force One? 


Continue with the 30 day maths challenge on The Maths Factor and keep earning marbles!

Did you know you can challenge your teacher or a friend from your class to a battle on Times Tables Rockstars? Just choose Rock Slam under the multiplayer games and choose your opponent!



Now that it is Spring, you might have seen new plants and flowers growing whilst on your daily walk! This is because there are lots of new seeds and better weather conditions for them to grow in.

Your activity today is to read the fact sheet about how seeds are scattered and write a short, information text about it. Everything you need to complete this activity is here. Don’t forget you can send this to us when you’re finished if you’d like to!



To continue our work on animals, watch this video about food chains and the roles of different plants and animals. Make sure to listen carefully as your next step is to complete the food chain quiz on Purple Mash. Just log in and check your 2dos to complete this. Good luck!



Mrs Livesey has kindly created a French page where she will be uploading different challenges and activities for you to complete. You can access this from the Home Learning tab or by clicking here.


Daily exercise

Follow along with the Just Dance routine to Panini by Lil Nas X (as we know lots of you like this song!) and get your heart pumping.

If you’re enjoying the Key Stage 2 Sporty Spelling activities, the challenge for today is here.


Keep up the hard work everyone, we are really proud of you! Take some time today to think about all the things you are grateful for - you could even start a diary of happy moments from each day to look back on!

Miss Redpath and Miss Fuentes :) x

Wednesday 22nd April 2020



Read chapters two and three of the story I, Cosmo. Then, answer the following questions.

  1. What does the word ‘doggedly’ mean?
  2. Find and copy two things that Max and Cosmo like to do in the summer by the lake.
  3. What can Cosmo smell that humans can’t?
  4. Why does Max and his family leave the bathroom door closed when they leave the house?
  5. What can you predict will happen next in the story?


Log on to The Maths Factor and continue with the 30 days maths challenge. How many marbles are you going to collect today? When you are done with your daily challenge, try out the ‘Marching Madness’ addition game in the Games Centre. Remember that you can find certificates for your hard work in the ‘Tower of achievements’ section of the map.


Today your writing task is to write an information leaflet on how to look after a pet of your choice. Remember to include where it sleeps, what and how often it should be fed, exercise required and how to keep it healthy. Here’s an example of a leaflet explaining how to look after a dog. First, use the planning sheet to organise your ideas. Then, design your information leaflet. Remember to include some illustrations!

Don't forget to log on to and carry on with your spag tests.


Stanley Chow is an artist born and raised in Manchester. His artwork is known all around the world and his illustrations even got published in popular magazines like The New Yorker. He became famous drawing and painting portraits of celebrities from the worlds of music, television, film and sport.

Some of the people he illustrated are: Cristiano RonaldoLebron JamesDrakeSimone Biles as well as fictional characters like Wonder Woman and The Avengers.

Explore this website to look at some more of his artwork. Then, think of someone that you admire and draw an illustration of them using Stanley Chow’s style as an inspiration.

We would love to see some of your artwork so don’t hesitate to send it to us!

Daily exercise

Do you love dogs as much as we do?! Then you will definitely enjoy this woof-tastic mix of dog and puppy themed kids yoga

Have you enjoyed Monday’s and Tuesday’s KS2 Sporty Spelling Challenge? Then, try today’s challenge!


Thank you so much for your hard work everyone and keep it up! YOU ARE AMAZING! We really miss teaching you and we are looking forward to seeing you again!

Remember to send us any pieces of work you are proud of to Do not hesitate to email us if you need help with anything or if you want to share some news with us! 

Miss Redpath and Miss Fuentes :) x

Tuesday 21st April 2020


Read chapter one of the story I, Cosmo which is about a special dog that wants to take care of his family and become a star!

Then, answer the questions:

  1. How do we know Max is smart?
  2. What did Max promise to give Cosmo when they returned home?
  3. Which other dogs lived in the neighbourhood?
  4. Where was Mum whilst they were out trick or treating?
  5. Why did Cosmo lick and nuzzle Max?  



Log on to The Maths Factor with your new account and continue with the 30 days maths challenge. There are also lots of maths games to play so don't forget to explore the website!



Imagine you have just invented a brand new chocolate bar called Choco Power. Your task is to design a poster to advertise your product. The poster should persuade people to try your delicious treat. You can describe the flavour, texture, price and ingredients! Use this template to help you.



Our new topic this term is ancient Egyptians! 

To begin, watch this short introduction and then follow up by watching this clip about what ancient Egyptians believed in. After watching the videos and reading the information underneath, we would like you to design a poster about the different Gods. Choose at least 4 and use these fact files to help you.


Daily exercise

Complete the Super Mario Fitness Challenge.

If you're still feeling energised, have a go at the next activity on the Key Stage 2 Sporty Spelling Challenge.


A huge thank you to you and your adults for working so hard during these difficult times. Don't forget you can email us if you are unsure about something or want to share some news on We are missing you and can't wait to see you again!

Miss Redpath and Miss Fuentes :) x


Monday 20th April 2020


Hi everyone! Hope you had a good break! Let’s start the week with some Happy News


Watch and listen to the story ‘Catching the Moon: The Story of a Young Girl’s Baseball Dream’ by Crystal Hubbard.  

Then, answer the following questions:

  1. What was the main character’s dream?
  2. What obstacles did she face in realising her dream?
  3. How did she overcome these obstacles?
  4. Did she realise her dream?
  5. What words would you use to describe Marcenia? 


This term, we are going to use a new website called The Maths Factor. To complete the daily tasks on this website, you will need to ask your adult to create an account for you. This is very easy to do and completely free! On this website you will find: daily maths sessions; a 30 day maths challenge and lots and lots of games. You will also be able to create your avatar! Once you have created an account with your adult, they will receive an email to create a secure password. Make sure you write your login details somewhere safe so you can log into the website whenever you need to.


We hope you have enjoyed the story about Marcenia! Did you know it is a real story? Today, your writing activity is to research a female athlete and write a fact file about them! This is what a fact file looks like.

Use the following links to learn about one of these athletes. You can choose from Serena Williams (tennis player), Jessica Ennis-Hill (track and field athlete) and  Simone Biles (gymnast).

Serena Williams – click to watch a video, click to read about her

Jessica Ennis - click to watch a video, click to read about her.  

Simone Biles - click to watch a video, click to read about her.   

 Log on to and carry on with your spag tests.



Learn about mammals through this interactive activity. Then, complete this concept map showing what you have learnt about mammals.


Daily exercise

Follow along this home workout.

Have you still got some energy left? Complete the Key Stage 2 Sporty Spelling Challenge!


Don’t forget to send us your favourite work via email! You might be our star this week! Keep up the hard work and stay positive!

Miss Redpath and Miss Fuentes.


Moston Lane, Moston, Greater Manchester, M9 4HH

Tel: 0161 205 3864