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Regents Park Community Primary School

Believe in Yourself - Anything is Possible!


Week Beginning 28th September 2020


Lesson 1


Complete the Highclare School poetry competition about a significant member of the BAME community.

Lesson 2


Write a letter to a friend about what you have been doing whilst you've been at home.


Dear ____________________ (friend's name),


At home I have been _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


See you soon! From,


____________________ (your name).



Lesson 3


Listen to the story of 'The Enormous Pumpkin.'  You will be writing a diary entry from the farmer's point of view.

Here's a checklist of the key features to use when you write a diary entry.

  • Start with 'Dear Diary’.

  • Describe the places where the events happened.

  • Write in the past tense.

  • Use pronouns like I, my and me to show that the events happened to you.

  • Talk about how you were feeling or what you were thinking when each event happened.


Activity 1

Read the example of a diary entry about a person going to a theme park.

It is a good example, so you can use it to help your with your writing.

Then answer the following questions. 

1. How does the diary entry start?

2. Is it written in the past tense?

3. What feelings or emotions does the writer experience?

4. How is the writing organised?


Activity 2

You are now going to plan what to write in the farmer's diary entry from The Enormous Pumpkin.

Watch the video to recap on why planning is so important.


Activity 3

Now write the farmer's diary entry.


Lesson 4: Fiction or non-fiction

Watch the videos and complete the quiz and worksheets.

Activity 1: I would like you to find some books around your house. Separate them into non-fiction (Real) and fiction (fake - made up).



Activity 2: Complete the fact file with the information you have read on BBC bitesize.


Lesson 5: Fact file


Activity 1: Read this fact file about Katherine Johnson and answers the questions

Activity 2:

Using your knowledge of Katherine, create your own fact file of her.


Lesson 1

100s, 10s and 1s (1)

Watch the video lesson and complete the activity.

Lesson 2

100s, 10s and 1s (2)

Watch the video lesson and complete the activity.

Lesson 3

Find 1, 10, 100 more or less

Watch the video lesson and complete the activity.

Lesson 4: Counting in 50s.

Watch the video:

Then complete the worksheet.


Take you time.

Lesson 5: Nrich activity

Challenge activity: Complete the sheet below using your knowledge of place value

You need a set of the digits from 0 to 9.

Can you arrange these digits in the five boxes below to make two-digit numbers as close to the targets as

possible? You may use each digit once only.




Lesson 1

Comprehension- Read 'Pet Care of a Cat' carefully and then answer the comprehension questions.



Lesson 1

History- Read through the 'Stone Age' text and then answer the questions.

Lesson 2

Art: Design your own cake.


What ingredients will you put in your cake?

What does it look like?

What does it smell like?

What does it taste like?


Try to use exciting adjectives to describe your cake!


Lesson 3: Stone age tools

Activity 1: Research stone age tools, using the powerpoint provided. 


Activity 2:  Read the instructions and use the sheet provided to create your own Stone age tool.