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Wednesday 24th February

Here are your home learning tasks for today.

8:50am- Live Registration:

Remember to tune in to take part in our live registration. Mrs Pring will be there to welcome you, take the register and talk you through today’s learning. If you have any questions or do not understand something about today’s learning, please ask. This is a great opportunity for us to share ideas and ask questions.    

 9:00am- Live English Lesson:

This morning, we will talking about the story ‘Supertato’ and sequencing the events in it. We will talk through each part of the story and start to build a story map together. Please have a pencil and paper available. Once our session is finished, you can complete your own story map.

If you are not able to attend today’s session then you can watch a version of the story using this link: Supertato - Books Alive! Read Aloud book for kids - YouTube and use the template attached to the blog to sequence the story.


Remember to read for at least 20 minutes at home today. This can be any type of text – fiction book, non-fiction, comic, newspaper, etc. You can also visit the Oxford Owl website and access books online . The login details are: Username: willow101 Password: pupil


Today we are learning about alternative ways to make the ‘ai’ sound. We will be learning about the graphemes ei (veil), eigh (sleigh) and ey (grey). Watch the video below and complete the activity attached to this blog.


Our focus today is counting in 5s. Watch the learning video below:

Spr1.7.3 - Count in 5s activity on Vimeo

Now use the number grid attached to this blog and colour in the numbers counting in 5s.

Number Fluency

Can you find all the number facts for 20? 

Topic – Florence Nightingale

Today we are going to be learning about Florence Nightingale again. Start by watching the video of Florence Nightingale’s story

History KS1 / KS2: Florence Nightingale - BBC Teach

An activity sheet is attached to this blog for you to complete. We would like you to match the pictures to sentences about Florence Nightingale's life. You can colour in the pictures if you like.

As always, if you need help with any of these activities, please do not hesitate to contact us via the class email address.