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Good Morning and welcome back! We hope you have had a safe and enjoyable Easter break. We have provided some extra information about how we will be setting our home learning activities on the webpage on the star ' Home learning information Summer 1', so please do have a read.

Below you will find our activities for today we hope you enjoy them and look forward to seeing how you are getting on either on the school blog or by email:



Good Morning 20.4.20

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Phonics and reading

10am – watch live Set 2 Speed Sounds lesson.

10.10-10.30am – Read ‘The Troll in the Pond’ OR ‘The Pet in the Attic’. Remember to read the Green and Red words before reading the story. The ebooks can be found at You will need to sign up but it doesn't take long. 

10.30am - watch live Set 2 Speed Sounds lesson.


Use the link to access the live Speed Sound lessons


If these times don’t work for your family then the videos are available for 24 hours so they can be watched at a different time of the day.


Please test your child on the spellings set before the holidays and set them a new set of spellings to practise. Remember to carry on practising any spellings you have struggled with previously. If you want your child to have an extra challenge use the words from the spelling lists in sentences.



For the next few weeks the new unit of work for maths is multiplication and division. The first lesson focuses on counting in 10’s. Please complete lesson 1 of the PowerPoint presentation and then download the worksheets. There are three worksheets of different ability (shown by the number of stars). Choose the worksheet which you think is best suited to your child. There is an additional worksheet which involves colouring counting in 10’s if you want extra work to complete.

Over the last few weeks you may have noticed some signs of Spring outside your window. Have a look at the signs of spring power point and then have a look outside or venture into the garden and see what signs of spring you can spot. Draw or paint a picture of some of the signs of spring you can see. It might be some flowers you can see, buds on the trees or a bird you can see.

Story time 20.4.20

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