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Week Two – Day Five (Friday 3rd April)





Hello Year 6,

If this was our usual week at school, we would be breaking up for Easter today, so as a treat, I’ve decided that this will be the final home learning task for two weeks!


I have posted the answers to yesterday’s spelling tasks below and once checked, I’d like you to complete Set B, Paper 1 Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar test from Pack One. You will be able to mark the paper using the answer booklet and add this score to yesterdays spelling score to give you a total out of 70.  FYI – a score of 37/70 would give you a scaled score of 100 (expected standard) and 55/70 a scaled score of 110 (higher scaled score).


You can all access some free ebooks and other English resources at:

Oxford Owl

Log in details are:

 Username - yr2019

Password - Y6stars

Make sure you use capital/lower case letters as above.

Any books you read from this site could be used as part of the '15 mins. daily reading'  that you should still be doing. Hopefully you are recording  reading in  your link book and getting it signed by an adult.


I hope that you have a fun-filled Easter and that you find time to think about the real meaning of Easter.


God bless you and your families,

Mrs Beddard





A man who was completely innocent, offered himself as a sacrifice for the good of others, including his enemies, and became the ransom of the world. It was a perfect act.

Mahatma Gandhi