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4 more school days to go!



9:30 - Morning Phonics Live Lesson

1:45 / 2:00 - Afternoon Feedback Session


You will need a piece of paper/notebook/whiteboard and something to write with.

Phase 5 - 'l' written as 'le'

Activity 1: Speedy Sounds

Activity 2: Reading Words

Activity 3: Sentence Substitute - write each word of the following sentence on small pieces of paper or post-it notes:

I have a castle.

Try and make as many different sentences as you can (at least 3 different ones) by changing just one word each time. Read each sentence you make.



Today we are going to be having a look at spelling.

I'm going to introduce you to three new words that we haven't spoken about before.

A suffix is one or more letters that's added to the end of a word.

Today we are going to be changing singular words into plural words.

A singular word means there is one. A plural word means there is more than one.


For example:

The word... dog... is a singular word because it means one dog.

The word... dogs... is a plural word because it means more than one dog.


The two suffixes we are going to be looking at today are s and es.

Please click the link below to learn about these two suffixes.

Make a list of items around your home (at least 5 items) and add either s or es to make it plural.


We are continuing our work on odd and even numbers.

Yesterday we looked Numicon shapes to find out whether a number was odd or even.


When all the circles have a pair, does that mean it is an odd or even number?


We now know that the numbers 2, 4, 6, 8 and 10 are even numbers. 

This means that all numbers that end in a 0, 2, 4, 6, and 8 are even numbers.


We also know that the numbers 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 are odd numbers.

This means that all numbers that end in a 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 are odd numbers.


Using the 100 grid on the following website, splat all the even numbers and leave the odd numbers.

Can you tell me what pattern it's making?


Look at the images below. Can you tell me what religion they represent?

If you said Christian, well done.


Picture 1 - the bible is what Christians read.

Picture 2 - a church is where Christians pray.

Picture 3 - a cross necklace is worn by Christians.

Picture 4 - an ichthus means Jesus, Christ, God, Son and Saviour - names used to describe Jesus.

Picture 5 - Jesus and Mary

Picture 6 - Jesus

Picture 7 - a rosary is used by Christians when they pray.

Pictures - a WWJD bracelet means What Would Jesus Do. It's sometimes worn by Christians to remind them to make good choices.


Christians all belong to a group and the most important person to them is Jesus.

They belong to Jesus and Jesus belongs to them.


Listen to the story below of The Lost Coin.

The Parable of the Lost Coin

The woman does not settle for just the coins she has.

She searches for the missing coin because they all belong to her.

For Christians this parable makes them think about how God cares for every single human and notices when we are lost.

The woman represents God and the coin represents a lost person.