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Friday 10th July

Good Morning :)

Philosophical question:

Is graffiti art? Why or why not?


Word of the day: myriad


  • Find out what it means and write the definition in your own words!   

  •  What is its word class?   

  • How many syllables does it have (clap each syllable to help you)? 

  •  Make a list of synonyms and antonyms   

  •  Can you use it in an interesting sentence?  

  • Are you able to use it, appropriately, when you are speaking or in any of your writing opportunities?

Reading: If you have finished this week's reading activities then please spend some time reading a book of your choice. If not, then please head over to the reading challenges area to finish off this week.


Maths: Today is Friday (YAY) so we will be doing the Friday challenge that can be found in the documents. However, before you do that you will need to head over to mymaths to complete an activity that has been set for you.


Part 1 - Book Review  

We are just over half-way through the book, so now is a good opportunity to think about your opinion of the book (so far!). Below are some questions, answer them in full sentences. The more detail you add the better!  


  • What is the book about?  

  • What ages and interests do you think this book is suitable for?  

  • Who would you recommend this book too?  

  • Do you have any questions you would like to ask the author? 

  • Do you have any questions you would like to ask any of the character? 

  • What is your favourite part of the book so far?  

  • What have you disliked about the book so far?  

  • Is there anything in the book that has confused or puzzled you?  

  • Draw a scene from the book of your choice?  


Part 2 - Quiz 

There is also a book quiz about what we have read so far! Answers will be revealed on Monday morning! The videos for the book are still on the website if you need to look back and use them!  


  1. Which island tries to steal the Watermole? 
  2. Who is in charge of the Sea Monkeys?  
  3. What do Oliver’s parents do as a job?  
  4. What colour dinghy did his parents sail off in?  
  5. Why did Oliver leave a note for his parents?  
  6. What is the name of the bird which lives on Cliff?  
  7. Who named, Cliff? 
  8. Why did Oliver feel sorry for the Sarcastic Seaweed?  



So far, we have been thinking about the role and importance of prayer in some of the major world faiths. Today, we are going to concentrate on the similarities and differences within the words of Muslim, Christian and Hindu prayers. Watch these three videos. Over 4 billion people on the planet know and will use one these prayers each week! As you watch, think about how each prayer makes you feel or how it might make a person of faith feel. Write down five feeling words in your Home Learning Book.

Surah Al-Fatihah (Islam)

.The first chapter of the Qur'an - this is a prayer for the guidance and mercy of God

The Lord's Prayer (Christianity)

The Lord's Prayer is the prayer that Jesus taught his disciples, when they asked him how they should pray. Most Christians know the prayer by heart.

Gayatri Mantra (Hinduism)

The Gayatri Mantra is one of the oldest and most powerful Sanskrit mantra

Maths documents