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Imagine, Believe, Succeed


Good morning.

Its Friday! I hope you have all had a good week and enjoyed your learning.

Don’t forget you can send me your learning on the class email or write just to say hello!

I hope you all have a lovely weekend. See you on Monday!



What has been your favourite book you have read this week? Today I have attached a poem for you to read. Perhaps you could send me a video of you reading it.



Year 1:  This morning we have a maths warm up to get our brains working, try to complete this independently.

Today we are going to be adding coins to make amounts. Remember to look at the coins carefully and then count. You might have to count in 2s, 5s or 10s.

There is a challenge today for you to complete. 

After you’re learning, see if you can count coins carefully to buy toys at this toy shop.

Blue group: Your learning today is all about counting amounts of coins. Make sure you look ar each coin to see how much it is worth.

Year 2: Today you will be putting all of your super money knowledge into practise by solving word problems. You will have to do careful reading to check what the question is asking you to do as not all of the questions are the same type. For some you might be working out if they have enough money, others you could be working out how much change they will get! Remember to count carefully.


Now you have read two stories about Anansi, I would like you to write a fact file about Anansi. You can use the two stories we have looked at.

Where does he live? What does he look like? What kind of spider is he? What does he like? What does he not like?

This fact file should be in sentences. Can you write 10 things about Anansi?

Here are a few things about Anansi to start you off.

  1. There are many stories about Anansi.
  2. The stories of Anansi are from Africa.
  3. Anansi is a spider.

Anansi and the Melon

Why Anansi has eight thin legs - African Folk Tales for Kids | Educational Videos by Mocomi


This week we are going to learn about the different parts of a computer. Usually we use phones or tablets to see things on the internet. But we can use big computers as well. Computers are important for us to use because we get to use the different parts such as a keyboard and a mouse. Here is a link where you can click on the different parts of a computer to learn more about them, there is also a game for you to play.


For PE this week we are going to be learning how to dribble a ball. Some of you may already know how to do this, which is great, it’ll mean you’ll be brilliant at these games. All you need is a football. Ask others in your household to play a game with you too. You don’t have to do all the games but give a few ago. Let me know how you get on.


Here is the link for Joe Wick’s PE sessions if you would like to challenge yourselves.