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Imagine, Believe, Succeed


Good morning.

I hope you have all had a great weekend and managed to do some lovely things. 

I hope you are all ready for your learning this week! I enjoy seeing all your learning and telling me all your news so don’t forget you can send me your learning on the class email or write just to say hello!



This week I would like you to choose your own books, magazines or comics to read from your home.  Please let me know what you are reading. Is it a fiction book? Is it a non-fiction book? What is it about? Did you enjoy it or not? You could even send me a short video of you reading a section from it. I am missing our chats about books and hearing you read.


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 learning about doubles. This will help us when we are learning about dividing and sharing later on this week.

I have attached a power point about doubles using ladybirds. See if you can answer the doubles number sentences. Then click on the worksheet to put your learning to the test. 

Year 2:

This week we are moving on to geometry. We will be learning about 2D and 3D shapes.

First take a look at the power point about 2D shapes.

Your job today is to name the 2D shapes and count the number of sides.

When you have finished have a go at the “what shape am I?” power point, unfortunately this doesn’t work as a PDF.


Year 1 Grammar – Special naming words

Special naming words have capital letters.

Names are special naming words

Mrs Hill

Days of the week are special naming words.


Months of the year are special naming words.


Names of places are also special naming words.


First, I would like you to read the sentences and underline the special naming words then answer the questions with a special naming word. When you have done that, finish the sentences with special naming words.

Click on the document to practise your learning.

Year 2 Grammar – Verbs

Verbs are doing words.

Past tense verbs tell us what people, animals and things did.

To make the past tense, we usually add ed or d to the verb.

I combed my hair.     I washed my face.     I walked to the door.

Another way to make the past tense is to use the verb “to be” with the verb family name. This is called the past progressive tense.

I was singing.      You were pointing.     He was helping.

First, I would like you to underline the past tense verbs. Then complete the table with the past tense and the past progressive tense.

Click on the document to practise your learning.


Last week you investigated which materials were absorbent. Absorbent means that a material can soak up the water or liquid. Today you are going to find out which material out of newspaper, a tissue, kitchen paper and paper is the most absorbent.

Mr and Mrs Mop are brilliant cleaners. They sweep, dust, scrub and tidy. But they have a problem. They can't buy any more of their favourite cloths for wiping up water and any other liquids that have been spilled. There are some other kinds of cloths available, but they don't know which ones to buy. What are they going to do?


Mr and Mrs Mop need to find a new material

to mop up water.

What is the best material to do this?

Can you help them choose?


Click on the document to find the best material.