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Monday 1st February 2021


 Monday 1st February 2021

Miss Heys

9:00 am

Join in with P.E. with Joe below.

Guided Reading

The Loch Ness Monster

LO: To answer Vocabulary and Inference Questions

Watch the video below Guided Reading 1.2.21

Open the attachment Monday 1st February Guided Reading.

Read the text and answer the questions. Mark your work using the answer sheet. Send me your scores on Class Dojo.


LO: To understand and learn a non-chronological report.

Open the attachment Monday 1st February English

Read the Romans non- chronological report.

Watch the video below 1.2.21 English

Watch the video a few times to learn the report using Talk For Writing.

Can you think of some actions to go with each part? Video your actions and send it to your teacher on class dojo.



Introduction of new rule




Words ending in -ture


These words sound like they end in ‘chuh’ but it is actually spelt ‘ture’.


Write each word out three times – once in rainbow colours, once in capital letters and once in your best handwriting.

Then put sound buttons (like we do in class) under the words.














LO: To compare statements

Starter: Complete the questions in your workbook.

1. 8 x 1 =

2. 234 + 432 =

3. 8 x 3 =

4. Write 615 in words.

5. 8 x 8 =


Watch the video below explaining all about comparing statements.

Open the worksheet: Maths 1.2.21 below.

Complete the questions and then have a go at the challenge. 


Watch the video below and complete the activities.

Purple Mash

Have some fun by logging onto Purple Mash and choose an activity to support your learning

Life Skill


Help to tidy your front room.

Book Time



PE With Joe 2021

Children's Mental Health Week

Everyone has a worry now and again and it is okay to have a worry. If you have a worry, sharing a worry is the best thing to do. Choose someone you feel comfortable talking to. That could be a friend, parent, teacher or sibling.  Often worries seem bigger than they are.  


Watch and listen to the story of  'Ruby's Worry' and then complete the activity sheet below video.

Ruby's Worry

Guided Reading 1.2.21.mp4

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1.2.21 English.mp4

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Maths - L.O: To compare statements

Watch the video below and then complete the maths worksheet.


Jesus calls his 12 Disciples

After Jesus was baptized by John in the River Jordan, Jesus decided that he needed to find people to help him spread the news of God.  Watch the below video of how Jesus called the 12 disciples/apostles

Task 1 - Draw a picture of Jesus with his 12 disciples writing their names next to your picture.

Task 2 - Complete the crossword about the 12 disciples.

Task 3 - Listen to the song which helps you remember the names of the disciples

Jesus Chooses His Disciples

There Were 12 Disciples

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