Home Page




Today you will be working on your comprehension skills. I have added a picture below of a reading text and also some questions. Remember, there are different methods to answer comprehension questions. 

This text is about the ‘Globe Theatre’. 


Some of you may wish to read the whole text, underline some of the important parts and then look at the questions to answer. Other children may decide to read the first question and then read the text until you can answer it. Both methods are fine and you should try to use the method that works for you. Question 10 looks like the most interesting.




Today, you need to watch the video pasted underneath and write from dictation, the sentence that I read out. Each sentence includes a spelling word from the spellings this week.


If I go too quickly, pause the video until you have written the sentence. There are two videos, if you do SNIP spellings, your first spelling is address. Otherwise your first spelling is length.


Pre-warning: I have shaved my hair off.


Still image for this video

Spelling for SNIP spellers

Still image for this video



As it’s Friday you need to complete your times tables test. Remember, it’s 5 minutes and you should try to beat the score from last week.


As a bit of fun before you ‘officially‘ break up for Easter, I thought you’d like to do an Easter ‘colour by numbers’. I hope you like the Easter theme.




Watch the video on the link below. The video is all about the important days in the Christian Easter calendar. We already know that Easter should not all be about chocolate eggs and eating buns. 

When you have watched the video, you need to complete this sheet. You can either print the sheet or draw the table into your book.


Children’s Work

Brwyn’s picture of Shakespeare

Oscar’s drawing of Shakespeare

Cassie’s Shakespeare drawing and stage.

Cassie’s letter as Juliet

Cassie’s other Easter work

Nicholas’ coded message

Nicholas’ Shakespeare game

Isaac’s Romeo and Juliet show

Still image for this video

Bella’s Shakespeare work