Hemlington Hall Academy

Wednesday 16th June

Good morning, your work today has been set out below. If you have any problems, please get in touch via Class Dojo and we will help.


A unit fraction’s numerator (the top number) is always one.




Read pages 4-8 of The Littlest Viking by Sandi Toksvig.

Look at the page below:

Can you underline the evidence that suggests that the children were worried about what they might find in the cave?


This week, we are going to write a postcard about a trip to Pegwell Bay.

Can you list different activities that you might be able to do at Pegwell Bay?

Use the internet to research tourist attractions in Pegwell Bay. Below are some helpful links:




In history, we are going to learn about Britain after the Roman Empire.

Watch the video below:

Now you are going to become an archaeologist!

Go through the following PowerPoint and complete the worksheet. You only need to choose one of the artefacts below to answer the questions about.

Artefact 1
Artefact 2
Artefact 3

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