Good morning Oak Class. I hope you’re all ok and you enjoyed the last two day’s learning. Here’s a little video from me and my boys…

Now to start today’s work…


For those of you who have chosen to continue with the BBC online learning…

Go to BBC website

Find the English lesson for today – 29 April: English

Record the LI below in your Home Learning book and record any notes, etc in your book.

LI – to use bullet points.

Extension English task – show this task to your parents. They may want to watch some of the clips first to check they’re happy for you to see them.

LI – to produce an information page for a given audience.

Task 1. With an adult, research together the condition that affected Auggie – Treacher Collins Syndrome. Use this website: /condition/geneticdisorders/treachercollins-syndrome

Have a look at this website:

On the home page, scroll down to the section ‘Meet Our Kids.’ Take a look at a few real-life stories. Note: Parents may choose to watch these clips first and select key sections to watch together. The clips are not essential for the completion of the following activities: m/watch?v=feGliiEsomo

Task 2. Produce an information page for a children’s magazine all about Treacher Collins Syndrome. Think about including the following: Facts about the syndrome and how it affects people; a phrase or hashtag about the importance of being kind; reference to the book; reference to stopping bullying; any useful websites.

You can carry out your own research too to help you. Be as creative as you can and make your page visually appealing. Remember to think about the purpose and audience. The purpose is to provide information about Treacher Collins Syndrome. The audience is children.

Maths – for those of you who have chosen to continue with the BBC online learning…

Use the 29 April: Maths lesson on the BBC website:

LI – to identify common factors, common multiples and prime numbers.

Maths Extension

We are continuing to use the WhiteRose Maths work – I hope you’re enjoying it. Please click on the link below:

Go to Week 1 and find lesson 3.

LI – to use the ratio symbol.

Hopefully this should be a good revision for you as we have done quite a lot of work on ratio this year. The answers are also there for you to look at once you have completed the work so I won’t post these separatley later.

PE: Please do Mr Garvey’s PE challenge for today. Did you do Joe Wicks today? Let me know in the comments. I’ve done every day so far and repeated some to include Saturdays and Sundays too! Phew – I’m aching!

Stilling Time

Please do the following Christian Yoga with the instructor Caroline. She says it can be done at any time of the day even though it’s called Christian Morning Yoga Flow. Rememeber to connect body and mind as much as you can:


CPSHE: LI – to recognise the actions of others and consider how these can influence our lives.

Click the link below and have a look at the news poster:

News Image

Now have a think about this key question: How can one person make a big difference?

Look at the poster image: Do you know who the person is in the poster? It is Captain Tom Moore, a 99-year-old war veteran from Bedfordshire who recently raised over £28 million for the NHS by completed 100 laps of his garden for his 100th birthday. Captain Tom began raising funds to thank NHS staff who helped him with treatment for cancer and a broken hip. He originally aimed to raise just £1000 but quickly passed his target!

Click the following link and read through the information found in the resource, all about Captain Tom Moore’s incredible achievement:

Captain Tom Moore Resource – April 2020

It’s really important for us to remember that sometimes, it’s not the biggest actions that can have the biggest impact and that all of the things that we do affect the world around us! Captain Tom didn’t even leave his garden but managed to raise a lot of money and raise the spirits of the nation! Can we think of anything we can do at the moment to help others?

Watch the useful video (found in the link below) which shows Captain Tom receiving a Pride of Britain Award:

Mother Teresa, a Catholic nun who dedicated her life to helping others said, “If you cannot feed a hundred people, feed one.” Talk with someone at home about what you think she meant by this? Do you agree?


However small we think our actions are, we can all contribute to help make a positive difference to the world around us. At some point, to someone or something, our actions matter!

Challenge: In your work book, write a letter or thank you card and send it to someone who has made a difference in your local community; this could be for a teacher, family member or neighbour.

Have a think about a way you could make a difference to those around you and try to put it into action. Good luck!