Week Beginning 18th January

We hope you had a lovely weekend and were able to get outside.

We have really enjoyed seeing the children on our daily check-ins.  I hope you agree that this is a valuable way of the children keeping in contact with us and  it has been lovely seeing their smiling faces. We do miss them!

May I take this opportunity to thank you for uploading your child’s work on to Hwb.  It is amazing to see how they are engaging with the tasks. We will comment on their work and award them daily stars and stickers.

This week, remember to check in at 9:30am or 12:40pm on Teams, using the same link as last week. The sessions are a great time to speak to Mrs Warner and Miss Lowe and to have live phonic and spelling session with Mrs Mortimer.

Please do not hesitate to contact us, if you have any questions.

Here is the planning for this week



Mathematics Years 3 and 4

Mathematics Years 5 and 6

Complete 10 minutes on Phonics Play every day.


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Year 3 – Phase 3

Year 5 & Year 6 Phase 4 and Phase 5

Reading – please read  for 10 minutes everyday. This could be a book, magazine, recipe or an online book from  Oxford Owls


For one of your PE sessions this week we would like you to follow a Joe Wicks workout by clicking on the link below.


You can also follow the Yoga PowerPoint below.

Yoga PowerPoint


History Planning Link

Choose one of the activities daily on Hwb

Spelling J2blast

I recommend you start on KS1.

Exploring direction


This week on Hwb we would like you to complete one of the activities on Turtle. In class, we will be using the Bee Bots. Can you move the turtle around the grid? Can you make left and right turns?

Additional Activities on Hwb

Use the menu on the left to paste animals/objects into the setting.
Use the brush to paint your own images onto chosen backgrounds.
Paint a self-portrait/family member/pet onto a blank background.

Select a template and direct the object around the screen.
Try ‘Simple’ and when confident have a go at ,Advanced’.
Create a block/bar graph/pictogram to show your family’s:
favourite colours
favourite foods
favourite animals
shoe sizes

Select a template and use the menu on the left to select an object. Create an animation by clicking on the boxes across the bottom of the screen.

Select a template. Use the menu on the left and follow the instructions to sort the objects by typing in questions about them.