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Wednesday 24th June

Good morning and a huge thank you for your videos yesterday for our animal challenge! I loved seeing your actions and creative ways you retold the story! smiley

Today is our 'Wonderful Wednesday Word' so please follow the link  and click on 'Wednesday Word' for today's collective worship led by Mrs Armstrong-Boyle to enjoy today's word 'Faith'. I have also included a copy of the Wednesday word leaflet.


Good morning 24th June

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Please continue to join the Read write inc lessons following the link. All the lessons are now available from 9.30 am each morning. You might want to complete the spelling lesson too.

There are also some lessons for reading longer words if your child is becoming confident with set 3 sounds they might like to have a go at this lesson or there are some lessons for teaching the 'red' or tricky words which would be a great extra activity for practising those tricky words.


Today we are going to read 'Stop!' again. Please remember to read the sounds, Green Words and Red Words before reading the book.  If this book is too tricky you can choose one of the red or green books. As today is the second time you are reading this book it will hopefully be a little easier and we can concentrate on reading more fluently.

In the story mum was trying to throw some things away and the children wanted to recycle them. Can you think of something that you could make out recycled materials, eg an old box, or an old toy - what would you make it into? Can you draw a picture of something you could make and write a sentence about what it is or what it could be used for? I have added some pictures of ideas of recycled toys and an example sentence below.


'I made a toy train out of a tube.'

Maths activity

There is a new activity on our maths portal.

Afternoon Activities

If you haven't already completed one of our topic activities follow the link below to choose one of our activities. smiley

Story time

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