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Listen to the next part of the story, 'Supercat vs the Chip Thief

Complete the BBC Bitesize Daily Lesson on creating characters. 

Write a character description to describe Supercat's appearance and personality. Use the Success Criteria to ensure you have used the correct features in your character description. 

Success Criteria

Describe what he looks like

Describe what his personality is like

Use expanded noun phrases

Use prepositions

Use a range of conjunctions

Use fronted adverbials with a comma




Maths - Summer Term - Week 11 (w/c 6th July) - Lesson 3 - Triangles


Use the link to the whiterose home learning website and watch the video on 'Triangles'.

Once you have watched the video, complete the activity sheet.

Guided Reading

Starting this week, guided reading will be slightly different. Instead of 3 levels there are going to be 4. Level 4 is going to be for the children who really want to challenge and push themselves. You will also only be looking at one text for the whole week. This is your guided reading timetable: 


Level 1-4 (level 1 is the easiest and level 4 the hardest)

Monday: Read the text and underline unfamiliar vocabulary.

Tuesday: Research definitions of any unfamiliar vocabulary.

Wednesday: Questions on the text.

Thursday: Questions on the text.

Friday: Mark your answers.


Complete the 'Find your balance' activity



Read The Pentecost Acts 2:41-47


The Acts 2:41-47 

Then those people who accepted what Peter said were baptized. About 3,000 people were added to the number of believers that day. They spent their time learning the apostles’ teaching. And they continued to share, to break bread, and to pray together. The apostles were doing many miracles and signs. And everyone felt great respect for God. All the believers stayed together. They shared everything. They sold their land and the things they owned. Then they divided the money and gave it to those people who needed it. The believers met together in the Temple every day. They all had the same purpose. They broke bread in their homes, happy to share their food with joyful hearts. They praised God, and all the people liked them. More and more people were being saved every day; the Lord was adding those people to the group of believers.


Use the text to find out what these new followers of Jesus were told to do, what they did and how they felt about it. 


Why do you think Pentecost might be important to Christians today?