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Four Elms Primary School

Four Elms Primary School

Thursday 21st January 2021




TT Rockstars – 2 studio sessions and 2 sound checks before you go onto garage. Don’t forget you can challenge me and I will be challenging you too!

If you are a Lexia pupil, please use this time to complete your Lexia for the day. I will be checking and sending out certificates as you achieve them.

9:30 – 10.30




LO: to understand how to recognise angles in shapes

SC1: I can identify right angles in 2D shapes

SC2: I can identify acute angles in 2D shapes

SC3: I can identify obtuse angles in 2Ds shapes

Watch my tutorial about identifying angles in 2D shapes.


You must: complete the activity sheet looking at angles in shapes.

You should: complete the problem solving activity sheet drawing shapes with given types of angles

You could (extension/optional):

Set off around the house/building/garden to find other examples of right angles as well as angles that are more or less.

Record by taking photos with the set square (use a corner of a piece of paper if you don’t have one) and send them to me.


Recognising angles in shapes activity sheet

Answers - Recognising angles in shapes activity sheet

Maths problem solving with answers


Break time/snack time

Exercise – e.g. mindfulness yoga, fresh air in the garden, run up and down the stairs seeing if you can get faster every time!

You need to keep your body active so that your brain can keep active too.

11:00 – 12.00




LO: to understand that characters must be clearly linked to the story

SC1: I can use Walliams’ characters to inspire my own character

SC2: I can suggest character traits for a new David Walliams-style character

SC3: I can describe a character in detail and explain how he or she fits into a story

Watch my tutorial about characters within stories. Then have a go at the activities.


Create a new character for a David Walliams book. Decide if it will be for an additional character in a Walliams book they know, for an additional character in Mr Stink, or for a character in a book yet to be written!

Create their profile using the Character Profile Outline, making notes around each subheading. Think carefully about whom this character is friends with; what they do; what their personality is like; what they look like. They should also think about what their role might be in the story. Write a couple of sentences about how they might fit into their story.


Character profile outline sheet

12:00- 1:00


1.00 – 1.15


1:15- 2.15

Art Project



LO: to know the differences and similarities between different practices and disciplines

SC1: I can choose a subject/ subjects for my art work

SC2: I can apply geometric and organic shapes in my own learning

SC3: I can reflect and identify how and where I have used them and the impact they have on my art work

Watch the tutorial about creating your own example using geometric and/ or organic shapes.

TASK 1: Create a painting or drawing of your own of something you can see around your home or garden. Think carefully what style you would like to replicate and whether you will use geometric and/ or organic shapes. Spend time on your picture to ensure it’s your best quality learning.

TASK 2: Write a few sentences to reflect on your piece once you have finished. Explain what you used and why? Identify the different types and try to say what effect you think they have on the picture. If you can make any links with our other learning (hint hint: Maths!!), please do!

2.15 – 2.30





2:30 – 3.00

Comprehension – Mr Stink

Read chapter 4 and answer these questions:

1. What is the special offer that Raj has on Crunchie bars?

2. What question ask Raj to give his advice about?

3. List the items available in the stationary set.

4. What is the problem with Chloe’s maths book that her mother finds?

5. How does Chloe compare herself to Mr Stink at the end of the chapter? What does this tell you about how Chloe feels in her family?

3.00 – 3.15

Story Time




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