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Week 4 - 16th March 2020

School Closure Work

I have sent home packs of work for the children to complete whilst the school is closed until the Easter Holidays. On the Class Page you will also find links to additional tasks for Year 1 and Year 2 and a home learning sheet. Please use these for guidance on extra work. I will continue to send out the word of the day via MarvellousME!


You can also still continue to use Mathletics, and I will be sending out the weekly quiz. You can sign up to and access phonics games to play at home. 


Further work will be sent out if needed. 




Lessons this week have continued, even with dwindling numbers. Year 1's worked on their money skills and counting using coins. We started by discovering which coins there are, and then continued to make amounts below 10p and over 10p. 

Year 2 have been learning column addition. This was really challenging and tested our concentration and perseverance. We learnt through column addition by drawing out our tens and ones and transferring them across to the tens column. Have a go at home, and see if you remember what we were doing. 



In Art this week we started to papier mache our planets. We worked in tables to cover our balloons in newspaper. We had to wait two days for them to dry as we made them really gluey! 

Making Cards for NHS Workers


Towards the end of the week, the class thought it would be a nice idea to make cards for all the front line workers in hospitals who were working around the clock to help others. 

Our Cards

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More Cards

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Fruit Salad


Thank you to all parents who brought fruit for our first 'Friday Fruit Salad'. We had such fun making it and trying new and exciting fruits. We are looking forward to being able to try more when we return to school.