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Lesson 1: Times Table Rockstars - Please spend 15minutes on this to work on your times tables.

Lesson 2: Maths  (1 hour) - I have recorded videos for both groups, so please follow the sub pages below to complete the work for your group. If you are not sure which group you are in, then please email Mr Roberts.


When completing the work you can either: answer all of the questions and then watch the videos to mark the work and check or you can watch the video and complete the questions at the same time.

Lesson 3: Phonics (30minutes) - Please refer to the document below, where there are some activities for the children to complete. Ensure that they complete the correct activity for their group. Then spend time reading the tricky words before using the link to phonics play below to further practise their phonics.

Lesson 4: English (1hour) - Please follow the instructions below:


1) Read through the example below of a letter. Can you draw sections around the following features:


 - Address

 - Date

 - How to start the letter.

 - The opening statement.

 - The main detail of the letter.

 - The final statement.

 - How to finish the letter.

 - How to sign off a letter.

2) Check through the answers on the document below. How many did you find correctly? Make sure you have a good read as to why certain parts are included in a letter.

3) The final task for today is to test how much you can remember about the letter you just read. So, first you need to make sure you cannot see the letters from activity 1 and 2, then you need to see how quickly you can unscramble the letter below, so that it is back in the correct order. Once you have done it once, try it again and time yourself to see how quickly you can do it!

Lesson 5: Reading or NESSY (15minutes) - If your child knows they do NESSY in school, then please email Mr Roberts for login details if they cannot remember them.


If you do not do NESSY, then please choose a book to read. I know it is difficult to read your school book at the minute because they have not been swapped for a long time. However, use this time to read something different - a children's magazine or newspaper, a children's website (BBC Bitesize or newsround do interesting articles), a free reading book you have always wanted to read!

Lesson 6: Debate (30mins) - Have a look at the question below:


‘When would you rather go to school – now or in Victorian era?’


 - Spend some time thinking about what happened in a Victorian classroom.

 - Complete the writing frame sheet below to give your answer to the question above and think of a reason why.

 - When we get back to school, we will discuss this as a class, so make sure you know what it is you are going to say.