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This week we are learning about 'Non-chronological reports'. This is a report which is not written in time order.

These are the features of a report:

  • Title
  • Introduction
  • Subheadings (Written as questions)
  • Paragraphs
  • Conclusion (Ending)              

Can you highlight the above features on the below reports?

Now it's time for you to write a report.

Choose a subject which interests you. This might be an animal, a country, a sport or a hobby.


Think of a title for your report.

Plan some subheadings, written as questions which you would like to write paragraphs about.

You might like to draw or print some pictures to go with your report.


Maybe you would like to present your work as a non-fiction book? Try to add another subheading, picture and paragraph to your work each day.


Have fun! We look forward to seeing your work when you come back to school.


Look, Cover, Write, Check - spellings practice sheet. Friday is our 'Spellings' lesson. Please test your child on this week's spellings. (They can be found in the spellings link if you cannot see them in your child's homework diary). Read through and spot the spelling pattern for this week's new spellings. Complete a 'look cover, write, check' sheet and write an exciting sentence using each spelling word.                                     Kites - 5 words, Hawks - 8 words, Eagles - 10 words

Possessive apostrophe extension power point activities











The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch We are learning about the book, 'The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch ' in our English. Please see the below YouTube video for a reading of the book to help you to complete the attached work


The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch - Give Us A Story!

Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch Activities. Use information in the book to help you to write a character description of Mr Grinling, Mrs Grinling and a seagull. Choose a character and brainstorm your ideas. Then write a character description thinking about perfect punctuation, amazing adjectives and joining words. Think about how the character looks and also what they do in the story. Draw a picture to go with your description. Try to include as many adjectives in your writing as you can.

       Choose a task below from the below list to complete...


  •  Plan a ‘particularly appetising lunch’ Mrs Grinling may have made for Mr Grinling.
  • Write a recipe for something that could be in Mrs Grinling’s lunch. E.g. a chocolate cake, ginger biscuits or a fruit salad.
  • Pretend you are Tom or Fred (the seagulls). Retell part of the story from their point of view.
  • Can you think of a way Mrs Grinling could have got the food to Mr Grinling, fooling the seagulls.
  • Spelling + extras below Extras Can you find out the meanings of these words? gusto varmints   brazen scavenging The lunch was ‘devoured’ by the seagulls.
  • Can you list different ways people can eat their food e.g. scoffed

Write a detailed character description

Re-read or watch 'The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch'

Choose a character and brainstorm adjectives to describe the character. Then write a character description thinking about perfect punctuation, amazing adjectives and joining words. Think about how the character looks and also what they do in the story. Draw a picture to go with your description.

WALT write instructions. "How to make a Lighthouse Sandwich" Write instructions telling someone how to make a lighthouse sandwich like the one in the book. Choose your own exciting ingredients and use the checklist in the power point to help you.

Read next double page spread ‘Monday’.  Look at spread of food prepared by Mrs Grinling. We would like children to look at each dish in turn thinking about what it comprises, how it tastes, texture, if they would enjoy it. Which part of the lunch would they like the most?  Can children create adjectives to make the food sound even tastier? We would like children to write sentences about the food Mrs Grinling prepared. For example,  "Mrs Grinling concocted a delicious lunch for Mr Grinling. She made a colourful mixed salad and a huge, tasty lighthouse sandwich. She also prepared a …"   

Use the storyboard template to draw and write what happens on each day in the story.

Traditional Tales - Read the text and find as much information about the main characters as you can. Please write a description of Little Red Riding Hood including as many details and adjectives as you can.

Traditional Tales - Read through the power point then try to name as many good and bad traditional tale characters as you can. Can you think of any words to describe them?

Please choose one of the pictures below from 'The Inference Collection'. Look carefully at the picture and if possible discuss it with an adult. Then use the questions beneath the picture to help you to write a description or story about what you can see.