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Friday 29th January 2021

Spellings 

Miss Southern's group, Miss Bowes' group and Mrs Gorman's group your spellings are:

  1. pencil
  2. fossil
  3. nostril
  4. pupil 
  5. April
  6. gerbil
  7. lentil
  8. evil
  9. anvil 
  10. basil

Miss Gordon's group, Ms Sambrook's group and Mr Wisharts group your spellings are:

  1. out
  2. think
  3. thank
  4. what

Mrs Hope's group, Mr Coyne's group and Miss Mowatt's group your spellings are:

  1. dint 
  2. bulb
  3. mast

Phonics

Use the phonics links below to practise phonics. To use the Phonics Play website the log in details are as follows:

username: jan21

password: home

PhonicsPlay

Letters and Sounds for Home and School - YouTube

 

Miss Southern's group, Miss Bowes' group and Mrs Gorman's group will be focusing on words ending 'il'. Watch the clip below to help you practise your phase 5 sounds. 

phase 5 letters and sounds - YouTube

Miss Gordon's group, Mr Wisharts group and Ms Sambrook's group will be looking at high frequency words, these are words that you will come across a lot. Watch the video below to help you practise your phase 4 sounds. 

Fun with Phonics! Phase 4 Letters and Sounds - YouTube

Mr Coyne's group, Miss Mowatt's group and Mrs Hope's group will be focusing on the sounds 'm', 'a', 's' and 't'. Watch the clip below to help you practise your phase 2 sounds. 

Phase 2 Phonic Sound Help with Pronunciation - YouTube 

English

LO: To write the second part of our non-chronological report.

Today we are going to continue with our writing from yesterday. Pick your next subtitle and focus on that paragraph for today. Remember to use your success criteria!

Task: Continue writing on the writing frame focusing on a different subtitle for our non-chronological report.

Maths

LO: To use the correct method to answer addition and subtraction calculations.

Challenge time!

Now that we know which methods we use to add and subtract. Here are some addition and subtraction methods mixed up. Look at the sign carefully to know which method to use.

 

Reading VIPERS

When we read we use VIPERS to answer questions about the text so that we cover the key areas of questions that children should be able to answer. Today's text is about the continent of Africa.

VIPERS stands for:

V vocabulary

I inference

P prediction

E explain

R retrieval

S sequence

 

Files to Download

STAFF LOGIN
PARENT LOGIN
SCHOOL BLOGS