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Friday 12th February

Hello everyone. You've worked so hard this half term, you should be very proud. Thank you to everyone at home that has helped smiley. We are looking forward to seeing you on our zoom call this afternoon. We will be singing our Siyahamba song (you can have a practise over on the afternoon topic page) and we would love to see the African masks you have made.

Good morning!

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The link for the Read Write Inc lessons is below


Set 1 sounds - today's sound is qu

Set 1 word time

Set 1 spellings


Set 2 speed sound - today's sound is oo 'pooh at the zoo'

Set 2 spellings


If you have completed Set 2 sounds please follow the Red Words 1 lesson and the hold a sentence 1 lesson.


Today we have another new book - either Ditty sheet 20 'In the bath' or Story 4 'Push the bus'. Use the green and red words to practise sounding out before you read the story.

Tricky word game

Share a story book at home but as your grown up reads try and spot some of the tricky words you know: Here are a few you might like to spot...


the        I       go     no     to     into      and     she    he



If you fancy singing our tricky word song click the link below

Reception maths

Today it is session 4 and it's all about measuring height. Watch the video and have a go at the activity.

Year 1 maths

Today you are comparing objects within 50. Watch the video and have a go at the worksheet.

Afternoon topic activities

Here is the link for our Jambo activities. We hope you can all join us for the zoom this afternoon to sing the song from the topic page, 'Siyahamba' and show off the masks you have made.