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Imagine, Believe, Succeed


Good morning Troughton class! laugh

It is Friday again already! I hope you have enjoyed your learning this week. Thank you to all the parents who have been emailing me super pictures of your learning and emails to show me what you have been up to. smiley 

I hope you get on well with your learning today, have a lovely weekend! laugh


For your reading learning today you need to complete some sequencing. You will be using the United Kingdom text again, which you should know really well by now! Make sure you look back to see which part came first in the text when you are ordering. smiley

Maths: Red, Orange, Yellow and Green groups

For today’s learning you will be completing some time reasoning problems. You need to read some sentences and explain whether you agree or not and give reasons to explain why.

No need to draw any of the clocks out. If you aren’t printing out just say clock 1, clock 2 etc.
I have put some more guidance and help on the second page of each document to help you with each question.


For your challenge today: a game for you to test your learning!
Remember o’clock written digitally will have 00 for the last 2 digits, half past an hour will have 30 and quarter past will have 15!
Make sure you choose 12 hour clock.

Here’s another game you can try, where you have to choose the clock that is showing the time!

Maths: Blue group

This week you have completed some fantastic learning about arrays, making and adding equal groups.

Today we are going to put our learning to the test.

I want you to match the array written with numbers and the array as a picture. Count the array carefully and then find the number that matches it. If you are unable to print these out then write the array in numbers and draw the picture next to it. smiley

Literacy: All groups

Now, as promised, we are going to meet the hero who is ready to save the day!

It is Traction Man!

Watch the story of Traction Man is Here by Mini Grey first.

Traction Man was a present from the boy’s mum and dad. He wanted a new one because his old Traction Man had broken. Traction Man can go anywhere wearing his different outfits to protect him. Today I would like you to draw and label the different outfits Traction Man wears for each of the adventures.

For example: his first adventure was to save the farm animals from the Evil Pillows! For this adventure Traction Man wore a space suit, a helmet and rocket boots. This is what you would draw and label the outfit.

Click on the document to draw and label the outfits. laugh


This week we are going to learn about an instrument called the violin. Have you heard of this instrument before? A violin is part of the string family of instruments.

Watch this clip about the violin and then see if you can label the different parts of one, on the worksheet attached.


For PE this week we are going to be learning how to pass 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 or don't have a ball at home.