Morning everyone – hope you all had a good break over the weekend.

Google meet today 9:30-10:30. We will include the spelling test at the end of the meeting.

Today’s Home Learning:



We’ll go through these at the start of the Google Meet.

Maths Starter

Answers Maths Starter

L.I. – Read Roman numerals to 1000 (M) and recognise years written in Roman numerals.

The Ancient Romans used letters to stand for numbers. Roman numerals were used in Europe until they were replaced by the Arabic numbers we use today. However, Roman numerals are still used for some things, such as within the names of kings and queens e.g. George III or on some clock faces. You can also see them at the end of a film or T.V. program credits, where they represent the year they were made e.g. 2021 would be MMXXI

Here are the letters used for Roman Numerals:

I = 1

V – 5

X = 10

L = 50

C = 100

D = 500

M = 1,000

Use the chart below to help you with today’s lesson:

Roman Numerals chart


Choose from the following:

Mild – Sheet 1

Spicy – Sheet 2

Hot – Sheet 3


Further Challenge:

Further Challenge

Answers Further Challenge




L.I. – To scan a text for information.

Read and enjoy Chapter 4 of the story, My Father’s Deep Dark Secret.

Mild / Spicy
Explore the RSPB webpage below to find out more about pheasants:

Use them to answer the following questions. Write your answers in full sentences and check for accurate spelling and punctuation.


Answers Mild 


Answers Spicy 



Use the following webpage to answer the questions.


Answers Hot

Mark your work with the answer sheets.



L.I. – To describe the movement of the planets, relative to the Sun in the solar system.

Click below. Watch the video and have a go at the activities.

I have also included fact files about the planets in out Solar System below for you to use:

Activity Sheet Planetary Fact Cards


Mild / Spicy

Planetary Poster – Mild / Spicy


Planetary Poster – Hot


Stilling Time

Well done everyone – a great start to the week!

Enjoy the rest of your day – get outside and run around!


Mrs Padfield