Spellings

List 1 (Year 4/Optional Year 5)List 2 (Year 5)
Statutory – RandomStatutory – Random 
complete
opposite
experiment
naughty
grammar
knowledge
favourite
caught
promise
occasion
dictionary
existence
especially
neighbour
average
conscience
vehicle
shoulder
relevant
twelfth

English

Subordinate clauses can be found at the start, the middle, and the end of a sentence.

  • Sitting happily, the chicken laid eggs.
  • The chicken, who was busy laying eggs, sat happily.
  • The chicken laid eggs, sitting happily.

Think about how you can use subordinate clauses to add additional information to sentences about Phillipe Petit. For example,

Phillipe Petit, who was a street performer from a young age, tightrope walked across the Twin Towers.

As carefully as he could, Phillipe took his first step onto the wire.

The eyewitness watched him reach the other side, with relief.

If the subordinate clause is adding additional information in the middle of your sentence, you need to put commas before and after it.

Write your own sentences using all the information you know about Phillipe and/or you can complete the worksheet below. This will also be sent home in paper form.

Sentences can be typed using Seesaw or some children may wish to record their sentences.

Mathematics

One of the skills children need to develop over Key Stage 2 is to identify, measure and draw angles. Please use the worksheet below to help you practise. This will also be sent home in paper form.

If you need a protractor, please let us know and we will provide one.

Homework 1.4.22

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