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Friday 26th June

Hello it's Mrs Brewster! I can't believe another week has gone by already!  Here is what we are doing today....

Today's timetable:-

Year 3 and 4

Mrs Boyd and Mrs Brewster

WEEK BEGINNING:  22/06/20             Fri

 Home Learning       SUMMER TERM 

8.40 – 9.00

9.00 - 9.30

9.30 – 10.30

10.30 -10.50

10.50 - 12

12– 1

1.00 – 2.50



skills Spellings








 Reading       time


 TT rock






Ask a grown up to test you on your spellings for this week.  Let us know how you get on smiley


PE with Joe or Cosmic Yoga

Pokemon | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure



We are continuing to think about using speech punctuation in our writing this week.

First of all watch this short video to show you the key things to remember to do when writing direct speech:

Now work through this PowerPoint to help you practise writing speech correctly:
Finally, can you turn the speech written in speech bubbles on these sheets into correctly punctuated speech using speech marks and other punctuation:
Just for fun after lunch...

Quiet Reading Time 15 mins


TT Rockstars!



This week in RE we are finding out what it means to be a Sikh.  This page introduces the religion of Sikhism and what is important to people who are Sikhs:

Now watch this video which tells you more about how Sikhs worship in a Gurdwara (temple).  See if you can answer my questions below.  You might need to watch the video a few times and pause it so you can record your answers.  If you find writing tricky you could always tell your answers to an adult for them to write down.

Here are my questions:

How old is the religion of Sikhism?

Which country did it start in?

What does the work Sikh actually mean?

What is the Guru Granth Sahib?

What do Sikhs do in the Gurdawara to show the Guru Granth Sahib is special?

What is a Chauri?

What kinds of things are given as an offering to the Guru Granth Sahib?

What is the name of the person who leads the service?

What does the word Guru mean?

What does the book teach Sikhs?

How do Sikhs show everyone is equal?

How do men and women sit in the Gurdwara?

What words can you think of to describe the Gurdawara or how Sikhs worship?

Is there anything else you would like to find out about Sikhism?  Miss Kaur is our resident expert - you can email her your questions here: -- I hope you think of some good ones to ask her!


Here are the answers to my questions:

Class Reader

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Enjoy your weekend!

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