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Thursday 11th February



For your phonics session today we would like you to tune into the Ruth Miskin Phonics channel on YouTube. Here is the link:


If you are in Group A then work on the set 2 sound videos.

If you are in Group B then work on the Set 3 sound videos.


Please enjoy reading the books below. These are labelled for each group. 

Group A - Mud

Group B - Fun at Night

For your English session today, we would like you to complete the activities below which are linked to our learning on Chinese New Year. If you are in group A, you will identify the missing sounds in words. If you are in Group B, you will complete the reading comprehension activity in your pack (the first two pages of the document below). 

During today's Live lesson we will recap number bonds within 20. We will then begin to explore the relationship between these number bonds within 50 and compare/consolidate our knowledge and skills of number bonds to 20. 


Please remember to practise counting in twos and fives using the video clips from earlier in the week.





You will need scissors and glue or sellatape for this task.

Today in History we are going to think about Victorian schools and how they are differnt to schools today,Watch the powerpoint with your grown up and talk together about the differnces you can see and compare the Victorian school to our modern school today. What do modern schools have that Victorian schools did not?

Would you like to have gone to school in Victorian times?

Our task today is a venn diagram - you will cut out he pictures and put things from the past in one bubble and things from the present in the other bubble. If it is something that Victorian schoolshad and we still have today they would be stuck in the middle,


Here is a story for you to enjoy. Just follow the link.

Henry Holton Takes The Ice

Henry Holton's whole family is hockey mad. Everyone, that is, except Henry. When he holds a hockey stick, Henry becomes a menace to the game-and an embarrass...