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This week is Super Hero week boys and girls!  Your Daily Activities and PE will all be based around Super Heros that you will all know.  You may dress up as a super hero.  You can even make a cape with a pillow case and create your own and make a mask.  So it is time to raise the stakes and access your super powers for some super exercise and keep fit this week.  It does not matter if the clips are a boy or girl super hero, the challenge is can you keep up?  For your main session this week (Thursday)  you will have a choice of clips to choose from.  Your challenge is to complete at least 3 of these.  Please send your teachers any photo's or clips of you doing the super moves.  Have a great fun active week GPS and we shall see you as soon as we can for a super PE lesson for real.


Mrs Simpson & Mr Moseley.

Daily exercise

 Reading— Reading comprehension. This activity will require you to complete an introductory quiz, watch a video, worksheet and an exit quiz. Click on 'close quiz' after completing  the introductory quiz and click on 'next'. Remember after each part to click on ‘next activity’. Follow this link

Send us a picture of your score -


Maths—Multiply a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number.

Activity one - Play on Numbots for 5 minutes. 

Activity two—Follow this link  and watch the video beneath ‘Learn’.  Follow this link and watch the video

Activity three— Answer these questions below in your jotter neatly using short multiplication.

Activity four– optional—Put your knowledge to the test with this interactive worksheet—  (click on the numbers—start from 1)



Writing—Invent your own superhero.

Remember when you were little and you’d be watching TV or reading a comic book. You’d see this superhero come in and save the day and you’d think . . . maybe that could be me. You would grab the nearest blanket, tie it around your neck and scale to the top of the couch and for a moment - it felt real. You felt the clouds rushing through your face. You felt like you could save the world.

At some point, that vision faded. You got older. Smarter. You outgrew your costume.

But.. what if . . . ? What would someone need to do to transform into a superhero?


  • What advice do you have on choosing a name? How about an outfit? A color-scheme? A logo?
  • What do you do when someone doesn’t have a superpower?
  • Any advice on gadgets?
  • How about the hero’s lair?
  • What practical advice can you offer a prospective superhero on choosing a city?
  • What kind of transportation should a superhero use?
  • What will you do about money?
  • How can a superhero tap into his or her tragic backstory to find strength


Now, turn this advice into a step-by-step guide to how to become a superhero.


Extra challenge—Sketch what your superhero would look like and label it with expanded noun phrases.


Please send us your writing on how to become a superhero -


History – Roman mosaics. Activity one—Read the PowerPoint below.         Activity two—write down 3 facts you have learned about mosaics and research another two facts that you can write down, in your jotter. Activity three—Design and draw your own mosaic pattern or picture.


We would love to see your mosaic patters - please send them to