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8:50-9:10 - Guided Reading

As well as accessing ebooks through Oxford Owl (link below), there are some great apps to help with reading, such as Reading Eggs and Teach Your Monster to Read (the computer version of this is free). Spend 20 minutes enjoying a good book that you have got at home, an ebook or one of the reading apps.

9:10-9:25 - Live Morning Register


9.30-10.00 - Phonics

Click the links to access the pre-recorded teaching slides and then complete the corresponding activity below.


Miss Bailey’s Group -

Mrs Clarke and Mr Richardson's Group -

10.30-11.30 - English

12:30-1:30 - Maths

1.45-2.30 - Topic

So far in topic, we have looked at our local area, the coast and the rainforest. Today we are going to find out more about what is it like to live in a dry place. Before we think about places that are different to where we live, I’d like you to first think about our towns and cities. What can you see? What buildings are there? What are the buildings made of?

The buildings in England are made of brick, steel, concrete, wood and glass. Steel helps the buildings to be strong, the wood helps keep the buildings stable because it expands and contracts in hot and cold weather, the brick and concrete protect people from the cold rainy weather and the glass lets light into the building.

Go through the PowerPoint to compare our buildings to those in hotter, drier places and read the text about Grace with the photographs towards the end Now, complete the activity sheet questions.

2.30-3.00 - Collective Worship