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Moston Lane

Community Primary School

‘Be The Best You Can Be’

W.B. 06.07.20

Friday 10th July 2020


Continue reading D Whittington on Oxford Owl. Follow the instructions from yesterday if you have forgotten how to login. Read chapters three and four and then answer the following questions:

  1. What did Cook give D Whittington to eat?
  2. Do you think D Whittington worked hard for Mr Fitzwarren? Explain your answer fully.
  3. Why did Cook shut Puss outside of the kitchen?
  4. How did Cook feel when she found out D Whittington was learning to read and write?
  5. What might happen next in the story? Write a prediction.


Today is our last lesson on measures. You have worked really hard on this and in the final lesson you will draw on all of your knowledge and complete the mixed measure problems. It will cover money, time and length problems!


To conclude everything you have learnt about character descriptions, today you are going to write your own character description. You will plan your description before you write it. Click here to get started.


Log on to Purple Mash and complete the 2do ‘All About Me Quiz’. Your task today is to design your own quiz about yourself including questions about your favourite hobbies, subjects, tv shows, films, colours, topics - anything you like! How well do people know you? We can’t wait to have a go at your quiz!

All of the instructions for how to make your quiz are on the screen when you begin the task. Read them carefully to make your quiz.

Daily exercise

Have a go at the Harry Potter workout!

Have a fantastic weekend everyone!

Miss Redpath and Miss Fuentes xx

Thursday 9th July 2020


Today’s reading is on Oxford Owl. You need to log on by clicking on ‘My Class Login’ and entering the whole school login for MyMaths. Click on ‘My Bookshelf’ and search for the book ‘D Whittington’ by Nick Schon. Read and listen to chapters one and two and answering the following questions.

  1. How can you tell the squire’s son came from a wealthy family? Use evidence from the text.
  2. Why was D Whittington disappointed when he arrived in London?
  3. Find and copy two things that the sailors brought back to England.
  4. Was the cat friendly? Use evidence from the text to explain your answer.
  5. How do you think D Whittington is feeling now that he has a little companion?


Let’s continue learning about converting between units of measurement. In this lesson, you will learn about problem solving when working with lengths. We will compare and match measurements and their equivalents, converting back and forth. You will be using formal and informal ways of recording mathematical thinking and use these ideas to help solve mathematical length problems.


Carry on learning about how to write a character description on the Oak Academy and complete lesson 4. In this lesson, you are going to focus on subordinate clauses.  

French and DT

Learn how to make French crêpes on BBC bitesize. Make sure you click on the orange words (French words) and repeat after it so you can learn how to pronounce them. Did you know you could make savoury crêpes as well as sweet? Which one is your favourite?

Bon apétit!  

Daily exercise

Warm up with this dance on GoNoodle. 

Get ready to JUMP! JUMP!

Turn high, stressful energy off so you can be your best self with this mindfulness exercise.  

Hope you are all doing okay. Remember to enter the art competition this week and send us your entry. Good luck!

Take care and stay safe everyone!

Miss Redpath and Miss Fuentes :) x

Wednesday 8th July 2020


For today’s reading activity, you need to log on to Oxford Owl by clicking ‘My Class Login’ and entering the whole school login for MyMaths. Click on ‘My Bookshelf’ and search for the book ‘Fables from Africa’ by Timothy Knapman.  Read the story ‘The Upside-down Lion’ and answer the questions:

  1. What was the baby warthog supposed to say when he burped?
  2. Why did the warthogs change their mind?
  3. How did the lion get trapped in the first place?
  4. What did the grass mouse do to protect himself?
  5. Would you have helped the lion? Why/why not? Explain your idea fully.


Today we will continue learning about calculating with money. You will practise adding money and keeping a running total. You will be strengthening your understanding of finding patterns. Click here to begin.


We are still learning about character descriptions. In today’s lesson, you will identify the features of a text. These include expanded noun phrases, conjunctions (ISAWABUB, FANBOYS), figurative language, parenthesis and fronted adverbials. Complete this lesson by clicking here!


Some of us will already be thinking about September. The thought of returning to school may make us feel lots of different emotions such as excited, happy, nervous, worried - just to name a few! All of these feelings are normal. Today we are going to be thinking about things we are looking forward to and things we might be worried about.

To begin, let’s read ‘The Worrysaurus’ by Rachel Bright all about setting worries free to enjoy the moment.

Once you have listened to the story, we want you to complete the task ‘My Top Five Worries’ and share these with a grown up you trust. You can also email these to us if you’d like to. After you have had a think about anything worrying you, we want you to think positive and complete the task ‘My Top Five Things I’m Looking Forward To’. You can also email these to us if you’d like!

Daily exercise

Watch and join in with the ‘PE Games at Home’ - this one is all about ball games!

Don’t forget to email us your amazing work! Have a brilliant day.

Miss Redpath and Miss Fuentes xx

Tuesday 7th July 2020


Carry on learning about how to write a character description. In this lesson, you are going to explore inference questions using a character description.


Today’s lesson is about money. In this lesson, you will be learning about calculating with money. You will be adding amounts of money and keeping a running total, whilst aiming for a target price. You will be learning to tabulate your results and work out combinations of money that will meet specific targets. You will also touch on ways of spotting patterns within your findings. You will work systematically to keep an organised approach.


Do you remember when we wrote a non-chronological report about Pandora? You all did such a great job at including interesting facts as well as some amazing illustrations. Today you will create a non-chronological report about Life as an Ancient Egyptian. You know so much about Ancient Egypt now and you will be able to refresh your knowledge with this lesson on Pobble


As you may have seen it at the top of our page, this week we have got a different art theme called ‘Connecting Across Generations’. The whole school will be creating some amazing portraits of the people that are special to them. You might want to draw or paint someone from your family, someone you haven’t seen in a while, a friend from school or you could even paint a portrait of someone famous that you admire! Have you look at this PowerPoint for some instructions and for some ideas.

If the PowerPoint doesn’t work for you, here’s where you can get all the information too.

There are so many prizes to win so remember to send us your entry! Good luck!

Daily exercise

Have a go at this yoga routine 'Being Brave' with Deandre Sinette and learn the different poses. 

Hope you are keeping well!

Miss Redpath and Miss Fuentes :) x

Monday 6th July 2020

We hope you had a lovely weekend and found some time to relax with your family! Let’s start our week with some happy news.


Our new theme this week is character descriptions. To begin this week’s learning, you need to complete the reading comprehension lesson which focuses on fact retrieval.


We are still learning about different measures and today’s work is about weight. You will learn how to calculate weight using and kg, add different amounts, keep a running total and work out problems that have multiple possibilities. Click here to begin.


Today we would like you to write a letter to your future teacher. What would you like them to know about you? What are your favourite subjects? What are your hobbies? Have a think and then write a letter to them so that they can find out all about you.

You can either use this template which already has some ideas to write about or choose to write your own blank letter. It would be great if you could email your letter to us!


Your task today is to write a short biography about a significant person from ancient Egypt. A biography is a detailed description of someone’s life. You can choose to write your biography about Cleopatra or Tutankhamun. There is a template here if you want to use it - otherwise you can create your own! It’s up to you.

Choose who you want to write about by clicking on the correct link below:

Cleopatra facts

Tutankhamun facts

Daily exercise

Watch the Adults vs Kids Football Challenge and see if you can compete against someone in your house!

Have a fantastic day everyone - we miss you!

Miss Redpath and Miss Fuentes xx


Moston Lane, Moston, Greater Manchester, M9 4HH

Tel: 0161 205 3864