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Class 10

Welcome to the Class 10 Page.

Hope you have had a nice weekend.

For this week’s school work please look at the details below.

CPSClass10@corporationroad.darlington.sch.uk


Week Commencing 25th May

READING
WRITING

Spelling

Here are your spelling rules for this week and the words you need to practise.

Year 3

Suffix – ous

dangerous, famous, enormous, humorous, glamorous, courageous, curious, hideous and courteous.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/16/11-The-suffix-ous-1-of-2

Year 4

Common exception words

eight, eighth, enough, exercise, experience, experiment, extreme, famous, favourite and February.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/46/28-Word-list-years-3-and-4—ei–to-fe-

Practise writing the words and write the words in sentences to make sure you understand what the words mean.

You can also use the following website to practise your spelling rule by playing games.

Writing

This week, I would like you to complete some activities around this picture:

The Author

Monday

Answer the following questions:

Who is the author and why has he written these books?
What type of books do you think they are?
Why is he worried about what people will think of them? Who is it that will read them?
Why is he so small/why are the books so big?
Why are butterflies carrying them?
Where do you think they have been written?
Who does the table belong to?

Tuesday

Design a front cover for one of the books. You’ll have to think hard about what the book might be about.

Wednesday

Write some sentences that use two adjectives before a noun. Remember to use a comma to separate the adjectives (because they are in a list).

e.g. The butterfly beat its bright, colourful wings.

Thursday

Make the following sentences even better (like we do when we edit and improve).

The butterfly flew up.
The books were heavy.
A man sat on the books

Friday

Write a story about the picture. Here is a starter for you.

They slowly began to lift of the table. The butterflies beat their delicate but powerful wings, a blur of orange, black, yellow and white as they heaved the bundle upwards.

Beneath their flapping wings was an important package. Trapped in a world od words, the author has slaved for many months over these books and he now reflected on what would become of them.

Would they be met with joy and laughter? Or, perhaps, sorrow and tears would be the outcome. Only time would tell…

When writing your story don’t forget to include the following:

  • Full stops and capital letters
  • Subordinating conjunctions (if, so, because, when, which, however etc.)
  • A variety of sentence openers
  • Prepositions (before, after, during, in, because of)
  • As well as anything else you usually include in your writing.
MATHS

Week Commencing 18th May

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Week Commencing 11th May

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Week Commencing 4th May

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Week Commencing 27th April

READING
WRITING

Spelling

Here are your spelling rules for this week and the words you need to practise. 

Year 3

Homophones and Near Homophones

grate, great, groan, grown, he’ll, heal, heel, here and hear.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/62/23-Homophones-and-near-homophones-3-of-4

Year 4

‘s’ sound spelt ‘sc’

science, scene, discipline, fascinate, crescent, ascent, scent, descent and scissors. 

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/21/18-Words-with-the-sound-spelt-sc-(Latin-in-origin)

Practise writing the words and write the words in sentences to make sure you understand what the words mean. 

You can also use the following website to practise your spelling rule by playing games.

Writing

For your reading, you will be reading ‘The Tale of Peter Rabbit’. Write a retell of the story. Remember to use paragraphs to organise the events. 

When writing your diary don’t forget to include the following:

  • Full stops and capital letters
  • Questions 
  • Subordinating conjunctions (if, so, because, when, which, however etc.)
  • A variety of sentence openers
  • Prepositions (before, after, during, in, because of)
  • Plus anything else you usually include in your writing. 

Don’t forgot to check your writing for missing words, spelling and punctuation. 

MATHS

Week Commencing 20th April

READING
WRITING

Spelling

Here are your spelling rules for this week and the words you need to practise.

Year 3

Homophones and Near Homophones

not, knot, mail, male, main, mane, meet, meat, medal, meddle, missed and mist.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/51/22-Homophones-and-near-homophones-2-of-4

Year 4

Words ending in ure

Measure, treasure, pleasure, enclosure, creature, furniture, picture, nature and adventure.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/14/9-Words-with-endings-sounding-like-ture

Practise writing the words and write the words in sentences to make sure you understand what the words mean.

You can also use the following website to practise your spelling rule by playing games.

Writing

For your reading, you will be reading ‘George the Giant Tortoise’. Write a retell of the story. Remember to use paragraphs to organise the events.

When writing your diary don’t forget to include the following:

  • Full stops and capital letters
  • Questions
  • Subordinating conjunctions (if, so, because, when, which, however etc.)
  • A variety of sentence openers
  • Prepositions (before, after, during, in, because of)
  • Plus anything else you usually include in your writing.

Don’t forgot to check your writing for missing words, spelling and punctuation.

MATHS

Week commencing, 13th April

READING
WRITING

Spelling

Here are your spelling rules for this week and the words you need to practise.

Year 3

Homophones and Near Homophones

accept, except, ball, bawl, berry, bury, break, brake, fair and fare.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/24/21-Homophones-and-near-homophones-1-of-4

Year 4

Common Exception Words

accidentally, actually, address, answer, appear, arrive, believe, bicycle, breath and breathe.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/guest/word-list/24428

Practise writing the words and write the words in sentences to make sure you understand what the words mean.

You can also use the following website to practise your spelling rule by playing games.

Writing

For your reading, you will be reading about Howard Carter. Write a diary entry from Howard Carter’s perspective about him discovering Tutankhamun’s Tomb. In your diary, you could include:

  • An introduction to say what your diary is about
  • A paragraph about before the discovery   
  • A paragraph about the discovery
  • A paragraph about after the discovery
  • A conclusion to sum up your main points

When writing your diary don’t forget to include the following:

  • Full stops and capital letters
  • Questions
  • Subordinating conjunctions (if, so, because, when, which, however etc.)
  • A variety of sentence openers
  • Prepositions (before, after, during, in, because of)
  • Plus anything else you usually include in your writing.

Don’t forgot to check your writing for missing words, spelling and punctuation.

MATHS

Week commencing, 6th April

READING
WRITING

Spelling

Here are your spelling rules for this week and the words you need to practise. 

Year 3

Common Exception Words

forward, fruit, grammar, group, guard, guide, heard, heart, height, history, imagine, increase, important, interest, island, knowledge and learn. 

https://spellingframe.co.uk/guest/word-list/23818

Year 4

g spelt gue and k spelt que 

league, tongue, antique, unique, plague, dialogue, rogue, vague, catalogue and monologue.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/20/17-Words-ending-with-the-g-sound-spelt–gue-and-the-k-sound-spelt-–que-(French-in-origin)

Practise writing the words and write the words in sentences to make sure you understand what the words mean. 

You can also use the following website to practise your spelling rule by playing games.

Writing

In school, we have been learning about Europe. This week, I have chosen a text about Spain to further develop your knowledge about Europe. Read the Exploring Countries: Spain text (reading lesson). Write a letter to Miss Kelly about whether or not you would like to visit Spain. You could use the knowledge you already have do some more research. In your letter, you could include:

  • An introduction to tell Miss Kelly why you are writing 
  • A paragraph about whether you would like to visit Spain or not  
  • A paragraph about one of the reasons why/why not you would like to visit Spain
  • A paragraph about another reason why/why not you would like to visit Spain
  • A conclusion to sum up your main points

When writing your letter don’t forget to include the following:

  • Full stops and capital letters
  • Questions 
  • Subordinating conjunctions (if, so, because, when, which, however etc.)
  • A variety of sentence openers
  • Prepositions (before, after, during, in, because of)
  • Plus anything else you usually include in your writing. 

Don’t forgot to check your writing for missing words, spelling and punctuation. 

MATHS

Week Commencing 30th March

READING
WRITING
MATHS

To access the work for week 1, please click here

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