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4th May updates:  Class weekly overviews, Newsletter, weekly RE activity, photo challenge, Safe and Sound, Sports challenge

New features: A message from us


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  Dear Children,

This is your chance to show everyone how clever and amazing you are. We hope that you enjoy the activities we have planned for you.

 Keep in touch and watch this space for what we have in store for you next week.


Mrs Elkin 


Newsletter 6th April 2020

Newsletter 14th April 2020

Newsletter 20th April 2020

Newsletter 27th April 2020

Newsletter 4th May 2020

This page provides links to external sites that we would like your child/ children to access in order to continue with their learning over then next few weeks. This page will be updated weekly.





  May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.

         Romans 15:13



Please keep checking back as we will be adding more activities and links regularly.

Thank you for your support through this time of uncertainty.


Show us your rainbows.

If you are displaying a rainbow , we would love to see them. Please send your photograph to


We will display as many as we can.

Parents, by sending in photographs you are giving permission to display them here.


 Freddie and Lily











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Helplines                        Staying Safe Online                   Childline         

NSPCC Covid-19 advice      NSPCC books for children

Please remember to follow our rules for staying safe online.                                 

We now have new E-safety activities for you to complete. Please click on the link below for your age group


4-5's                   5-7's                  8-10's                    11-13's



Singing with Miss Morris


Sports challenge

Are you a Dragon?

Are you good at inventing things?  why not take a look at the website below. They are a local company who are offering "Home School Challenge” – a series of fun, free, weekly challenges designed to test your enterprise and employability skills." you could even win a prize!

Take a look 👇


Fancy yourself as a comedian, gotta a joke you want to share with us, we'd love to hear them. 

Send your joke to photos@st-lukes-endon.staffs.sch.uk 


Do you enjoy cooking? Do you have a recipe that you'd like to share with us.

Send it in to see it posted here.

Send your recipes to photos@st-lukes-endon.staffs.sch.uk


Get out your paper, pencil, crayons and paints and show us your skills

Follow the link above to see how Axel Scheffler draws the Gruffalo. Have a go. We would love to see them

Send your drawings to  photos@st-lukes-endon.staffs.sch.uk


Calling all budding photographers- why not take part in our photography competition !

This weeks theme is Smiles

For a chance to win and have your photographs added  here to our Home Learning page, email your photos by Friday to  -


Congratulations to the winners of last weeks photos -

Due to technical issues last week, we will display a few more entries from last week's theme of minibeasts


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  We hope to update this feature each week.

Note to parents, by entering this competition and sending us your photos , you are giving  
permission to share them  online.

Mmmm.....  I wonder what this could be ? Clink the title below to find out




The Sower




Week 3




(see plan)

Brain     Break



(See Plan)    


Lunch Challenge  Time                                 Reading Challenge         
Monday To manage their own basic hygiene (i.e. washing their face/hands, brushing                         teeth, going to the toilet etc.) and get dressed independently

‘ar’ sound


Body Boogie Dance https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZeM18fPbvI Comparing and ordering weight       Use knife and  fork correctly                              

Choose from         

 Ugly Duckling  activities sheet

Be creative! Can you think of you own activity or a new skill that you would like to practice and learn


See school home learning page for this week’s Parable:                      The Parable of the Sower


Visit Roald Dahl

 Fun Things to do Indoors

Can you continue to read every day?

E-Books Oxford Owl have many free on-line book titles for you and your child to access. Create a login on  www.oxfordowl.co.uk

Don’t forget to practice quick recognition of High Frequency Words 


High Frequency Words

Disco Dion Chu Chu Ahh https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ot2-3alEuQs Comparing and ordering capacity Use knife and fork correctly


‘or’ sound

Let’s Move https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_myZmniNNgk Comparing and ordering height Use knife and fork correctly

High Frequency Words


Shake your sillies out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NwT5oX_mqS0

 Comparing and ordering length Use knife and fork correctly

Consol of  Phase 3


Cosmic Kids Yoga Zen Den Mindfulness https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8rp5bpFIUpg Consolidation of the concepts and vocab using everyday objects in their environment Use knife and fork correctly




                                                 Maths                                              Literacy Other    Physical / mindfulness

Make equal groups


Creating characters

Phonics –


Science – healthy eating


Wake up!

Tuesday Make equal groups

Plan your own story 

Phonics - oor

Topic - key workers


Jo Wicks

9am everyday on YouTube
Wednesday Make equal groups

Write your own story



Our as in four
Art – create your own turnip to go with the literacy test, The enormous turnip Meditation: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsSS5kMpKCaJ_HhTM9-HKHg

Sharing equally

Write your own story 

Phonics - recap sounds


Why is God important to Christians?


Sharing equally



Phonics- spellings



                                    Maths                                                               Literacy                                                            



Physical/ Mindfulness               

        Describing Movement.
Fluency activities

Reading- Bunny Brown- Vocab
Writing-.Plan what you are going to write.
Spelling-Homophones and near homophones quiz

Please see school home learning page.
History Who was Emmeline Pankhurst?
https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zmjpscw In this lesson, you will learn about the life and achievements of Emmeline Pankhurst.
Introduction to Europe-France
In this lesson, you will learn about the characteristics and landmarks of France.
Science Introductions to materials https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/z6kdwty In this lesson, you will learn about some everyday materials and their basic properties.
Body Percussion
In this lesson, you will learn about pulse and rhythm.


Drawing with Perspective.
Can you make it look like there are things in the background of your picture?


Computing- Coding to continue on your project



9:00am every day-P.E with Joe Wicks
Physical activity challenge cards. Pick 1 a day. (Make sure you try different ones)
Mindfulness challenge cards. Pick 1 a day. (Make sure you try different ones)
Mindfulness colouring
P4C (discussion)
Discussion cards. Pick one a day.
Watch an episode of "What's the big idea?"


Describing Movement.
Problem Solving and Reasoning activities


Reading- The Island- prediction
Writing- identify and create subheadings.
Spelling- Homophones and near homophones matching


        Describing Turns.
Fluency activities

Reading - Toad's Wish- Retrieval
Writing- Write question sentences.
Spelling- Homophones and near homophones matching

Describing Turns.
Problem Solving and Reasoning activities

Reading- The Long Journey- sequencing
Writing- use conjunctions.
Spelling- Homophones and near homophones handwriting


Using movement and direction on the computer.

Reading- The Journey Home- expressing views.
Writing- Make a fact file.
Spelling- Homophones and near homophones correct the mistakes






Spellings: The /I/ sound spelt y elsewhere than at the end of words

myth     crystal       symbol       lyric

gym      mystery       syrup

Egypt    pyramid       cygnet

Make sure you know the meaning of these words when you are learning the spellings.





  (Timetables weekly focus:

4’s and 3’s) 


 Spelling focus: See list of spellings

then complete test on purple

mash on Friday (Y£ Aut2 Wk2)


Other                                                             Physical/ Mindfulness

Time- Months and Years

Read Chapter 4, 5 and 6 of Beowulf then answer comprehension questions

RE -  Go to our school website, on the home learning page, where you will find a weekly RE activity based on Parables



History/Geography - Anglo-Saxons Village Life




Science- What do plants need to grow well?



*Art- Draw artwork for your story



Mindfulness Activities:






Exercise Activities:





See if you can do these exercises 10 times each:

Star jump

High knees on the spot

Heel flicks on the spot

Touch your toes then jump up high

Sit ups

Press ups

Sprinting on the spot (10 seconds)



Why not try and make an exercise video or exercise plan of your own?



Tuesday Time- Hours in a day Plan a short story that includes the monster you created from last week (using pronouns and possessive apostrophes)
Wednesday Time- Telling the time to 5 minutes Write up you story with matching artwork*

Time- Telling the time to the minute

Go through your story with a different colour pen to edit
Friday Time- RECAP Read chapter 7, 8 and 9 then write a book review!




Times tables weekly focus: Mathletics


Spelling focus:

Set 1 of statutory list

Other Physical / Mindfulness
Summer Term Week 3 lesson 1:
Multiply multiples of 10 and 100 by 1-digit numbers

 Day 1: Reading then answer comprehension questions.



Ancient Egyptian Society – The Pharaoh had the most powerful job.  What job could you have had?




DT: Become an Ancient Egyptian farmer and make a shaduf.


Art: Become a scribe and make a cartouche using hieroglyphics.


 Florence’s Fitness Frenzy


Summer Term Week 3 lesson 2:

Multiply multiples of 10 and 100 by 1-digit numbers; derive related divisions.


Day 2:  Reading then writing in role – what would you have done, said?


Summer Term Week 3 lesson 3:

Use times tables and place value to multiply and divide

Day 3: Plan and write a letter from a future you to you now.
Summer Term Week 3 lesson 4:

Recognise and complete a symmetrical pattern about a line of symmetry

Day 4: Reading and writing using fronted adverbials
Summer Term Week 3 lesson 5

Identify and complete a symmetrical shape about a line of symmetry

Day 5: Write a poem, including fronted adverbials


  Maths                                                   Literacy Other   Physical/Mindfulness  

Decimals topic – please use the teaching notes from week one to help with understanding.

Step 7 -- Power point and complete one challenge  - adding decimals with different decimal places

Spelling test and learning new spellings for this week (see resources for the list)


Here are a selection of afternoon activities for you to choose from!


Science - the planets! powerpoint and planets poster


Topic - Continue your Ancient Greece project - complete The Battle of Marathon powerpoint and activities (Horribile histories video available)


RE - what kind of a king is jesus? activity


Choose an activity from the creative menu


Music - login into YUMU!


Computing - complete 2Do on purple mash






Do an online exercise or dance class!


VE day activities and colouring



Tuesday Step 8  – Power point and complete one challenge  - subtracting decimals with different decimal places
Planning a diary entry using a sheet and a power point.

Work from mathletics – set for the week.

Extended write – a writing diary extract

Thursday Step 9  - Power point and complete one challenge  - adding and subtracting decimals and wholes Read Kensuke’s Kingdom Chapter Four and complete the questions
Bank holiday to celebrate VE day!


Please see the guidance documents in each learning folder for clear instructions 

              Maths                                                                                       Literacy                                                                           Other Physical / Mindfulness
Pe with Jo Wicks



  Arithmetic starter task


Focus: vertically opposite angles



Look at new weekly spellings


Writing opportunity: Newspaper Report


Literacy Focus: Reading – fact retrieva

Reading:  Guide Dogs

Weekly project:

A table of daily projects can be found on the ‘Enrichment Projects’ guidance sheet.  Although there is one per day, there is no expectation for you to complete them all. Just take a look and see what looks fun for you! 


Also, please see our school page for weekly RE projects. There will be a weekly theme along with a story, video and activity. Miss Lingard is SO eager to see pictures of your learning with this as RE is so important to us at St Luke’s. She’d like me to email your work to her!

Head to our school website, visit the correct home learning tab, find the ‘Weekly RE activity’ heading. Here you will find the learning.


Arithmetic starter task

Focus:  angles in a triangle 

Literacy Focus:  Reading – fact retrieval

Reading: Sustained Read


Arithmetic starter task

Focus:  angles in a triangle – special cases 

Literacy Focus: identifying the features of a text

Reading: Giants


Arithmetic starter task

Focus: angles in a triangle – missing angles 

Literacy Focus: Using direct speech to write quotes

Reading: Holi


Arithmetic starter task

Focus:  Friday maths challenge 

Extended write 

Spelling assessment

Email extended writes to Mrs Hill

Reading:  Mini book review to Mrs Hill