Our prayer for the end of the day.

Would you like to send in a new prayer? You can write one of your own.

Remember, we are like rockets – we reach for the stars.

 Make sure you keep washing your hands!

What do you call a monkey at the North Pole?



Reread the poem Wings.

Wings   Pie Corbett

If I had wings
I would touch the fingertips of clouds
and glide on the wind’s breath.

If I had wings
I would taste a chunk of the sun
as hot as peppered curry.

If I had wings
I would listen to the clouds of sheep bleat
that graze on the blue.

If I had wings
I would breathe deep and sniff
the scent of raindrops.

If I had wings
I would gaze at the people
who cling to the earth’s crust.

If I had wings
I would dream of
swimming the deserts
and walking the seas.


Wings by Pie Corbett

Revisit your ideas about what you would do if you had wings.

Develop your ideas in short verses, using the poem as a model.


Ask a grown up to test you on the spellings for this week.  Send in your scores out of 20.


Lesson 4 – Calculating angles around a point

White Rose Maths

Maths Sheets to use while watching the video 2nd July


If you are not in school, please upload this to Class Dojo today.




Value in art refers to the lightness and darkness of colours and is often described in varying levels of contrast. Contrast simply shows how different things are: patterned or plain, opposite colours on the colour wheel and other effects such as light and dark, rough and smooth, big or small.

value scale shows the graduation of a colour from white to black.

Capturing the range between lights and darks recreates the way that light falls on our subject and tricks our eyes into believing that the subject in a painting is 3D. So, by adding shading to shapes we can create form.

Tints and shades colour value scale worksheet


Complete your own version of this artwork inspired by Mondrian, using line, shape, and a monochromatic colour scheme. Do you prefer warm or cool colours?

Art project