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Thursday 4th June

Morning children,


It was great to hear from some of you yesterday and hear about the things you have been doing while at home. It really cheered me up! I also got to read the next edition of the school newspaper, which I am certain will be on the class page if you look closely for it.


Now what was Leo doing in the supermarket? Did you guess the right answer? He was inspecting all of the individual eggs to check that they weren't broken. Have you done that before? I can remember my mother telling me to do this when I was a little boy. Good lessons live long.


Today I am in school again preparing the classroom for the Year 6 children returning next week and meeting with Miss Pluckrose. 


The activities today are maths and English but I want you to read the three chapters of the Tales of Ancient Egypt as well so that you have a good understanding of these stories. I am hoping that we will be able to have a Google Classroom video meeting soon, once all the usernames and passwords have been setup. I will let you know more as soon as I can. 


Have a very enjoyable day children. Remember to be good for your parents and do what you are asked. I know you will of course because you are such good children. 


Best wishes,


Mr Rodger

Click the link below to go to the latest edition of the school newspaper by Eleanor and Cara.
Read the poem ‘Gran, Can you rap?’ in the document above. Then listen to the two performances below. Annotate (make notes) about the poem, using the poetic features from yesterday. Write new verses in the same style or write your own poem in this style. For a bit of fun, video yourself doing reciting your own poem and send it in. I will post them on the class page.

Mr Fern reads Gran Can You Rap?

Gran Can You Rap?

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Please enjoy these next three chapters.

Tales of Ancient Egypt


The Great Queen Hatshepsut

The Prince and the Sphinx