Good morning everyone and welcome to Wednesday’s home learning activities.

Today in maths we are going to be looking at tenths. Watch the video below to find out all about tenths.


In English today

Watch and enjoy the introduction to The Shoe People episode

Can You Keep a Secret?

Write down the names of the different shoe people in the film that you meet, where they live, and describe their houses, e.g.

Chorley the clown lives in a … house.

It has…

It is…

Remember to use capital letters for the names of the characters and describe each house using interesting words (adjectives).

Watch and enjoy these episodes of The Shoe People together and discuss what happened in each:

The Windmill has Stopped


This is to prepare ideas for creating a new story tomorrow!


Check on Spelling shed for this weeks spellings, as next week is half term these will continue over until Wednesday 3rd June.


In R.E today we are going to compare Christianity to Sikhism. Think about or write answers in your excersie books

Sikhs believe in one god who guides and protects them. They believe everyone is equal before god and their code for living stresses the importance of doing good actions.
Sikhs believe that the way to live a good life is to:

  • keep god in your heart and mind at all times.
  • to work hard and live honestly.
  • treat everyone equally.
  • be generous to others particularly those less fortunate.
  • serve others.

Do you agree with these rules? Why? or Why not?

How would following this code affect your life style?


Sikh’s must keep the four commandments:

  • no smoking or taking drugs (intoxicants).
  • no altering or dishonouring your hair, body, face or scalp. i.e. no tattoos or piercings, no hair dye or facelifts!
  • eating a vegetarian diet.
  • husbands and wives being faithful to each other.

Sikh’s have four and Christians have ten! What is missing? Do the you think four is enough?

If you would like to find out more information about Sikh’s, research the Langar – the Guru’s free vegetarian kitchen, a facility found in every Sikh Gurdwara.


For stilling time today, have a go at this Minecraft yoga.


Mr Turton’s joke of the day.

Knock Knock

“Who’s There?”


“Banana Who?

*Knock Knock

“Who’s There?”


“Banana Who?

*Knock Knock

“Who’s There?”


“Banana Who?

*Knock Knock

“Who’s There?”


“Orange Who?”

”Orange you glad I didn’t say banana”

Wow really scrapping the barrel now, and I NEED your help, please. Send in some jokes…..

I hope you all have a super day and don’t forget to keep hopping.