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Monday 29th June 2020


Good Morning Children and Your Parents. laugh


We hope you are all well and had a lovely weekend break. Did you all manage to do something nice over the weekend? We have all been busy catching up with washing, cleaning and ironing. There is always the shopping to do at the weekend and it is so busy at the supermarkets. We have been very busy planning another exciting week with lots of fantastic activities. We hope you enjoy them and have a good start to the week.


Here are today’s activities:

Let's get started with today's tasks, starting with a Joe Wicks workout:



This week spelling rule is ‘el’ for example if you want to hear the ‘e’ sound at the end of a word then add ‘el’ like in ‘towel, squirrel, gravel’.


Here are this week's spellings:


Today’s phonics story is about “Digging in the Sand” and we are learning

 to read words that containing el saying /l/.



Activity : Match the words to the correct toy. Then write the words into

sentences and make your sentences interesting to read by adding adjectives.




Break Time: Let’s do a mindfulness activity. Just click on the video.

Peace Out | Guided Meditation for Kids | Your Little Star

Another peaceful guided meditation for kids. In this Peace Out, we close our eyes and in our minds we can see lots of little stars. We're drawn to one in par...

Mental and Oral starter Activity:

Please click on the addition train carriage, then select adding two digit numbers. You will need some paper to work out the calculations.  Remember to use the column addition method to work out your answers, before clicking on the answer. You should by now be familiar with the mathematical vocabulary used in the calculations:

For example: total, add together, increase, plus, find the sum of and more than. They all mean addition.


Here's your Flashback page to help you remember things that we've learned last week. Press play quickly when you open up the PowerPoint so that you don't see the answers until you're ready!

Maths: In Maths this week we are going to continue with measuring volume. In today’s lesson we are going to measure the capacity of the containers in millimetres.


Here are today’s videos: You will need to watch all three video clips:

Click on the link when you are ready:



Here is your task for today:


Break time: I think it's time for us to get moving with Super Movers. When you are ready click on the link to play the video.



English: This week in English we are going to write a summer recount. We hope you remember writing a winter recount of your favourite snow activity.





You will need your mind map later in the week as you will be writing a recount imagining that you have spent a hot, summer's day doing your favourite activity.


Lunch time:  You must all be ready for lunch by now.


Guided Reading:

This week we’re going to combine our Guided Reading with learning some new playground games that will be great when you’re back at school.


Here are the first two games:







So far, we have found out that Jesus taught his followers using stories called parables and through sermons. How else do you think Jesus could have taught his followers? 

Jesus didn’t just tell people how they should behave, but he showed them too. During his life, Jesus amazed people by the way he treated others and through the miracles he performed.


You have just read the story of Jesus washing his disciples feet together. Jesus saw doing things for other people as something that was very important and that he saw himself as a servant. When was the last time you did something kind for someone else?


RE Task:

Answer the questions to describe the ways in which Jesus helped people, then think about how this teaches other people to treat each other.



Extension Activity:

Make a get well soon card for someone you know who is ill. Alternatively, arrange to send your card to a local hospital. 

Here is a card template if you would like to use it.


In Music this week are going we are going to learn some new songs.

Click on the website:

Then click on week 8.




Story Time:

It’s always good to finish the day off with a story. Make sure you are sitting nice and comfortably.

Enemy Pie read by Camryn Manheim

Enemy Pie is written by Derek Munson, illustrated by Tara Calahan King and read by Camryn Manheim. It was the perfect summer. That is, until Jeremy Ross move...

We hope you've had a fab day and a great start to the week. Thank you for all your hard work today and we hope you enjoyed the activities.


Bye for now and see you all tomorrow.

Love from

Mrs Stansfield and Mrs Ahmad laugh