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Thursday 11th February

8:50am- Live Registration:

Remember to tune in to take part in our live registration. Mr M 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 Maths Lesson:

Today we are going to focus on counting money using pounds. First of all, join the live lesson. Then have a go at the following activities.

Activity- Use the understanding gained in the live lesson to answer the questions on the Counting Money Pounds worksheet.

If you need some extra help, try watching this video:

Aut2.10.2 - Count money - pounds on Vimeo

Extension: If you want to extend your learning further. Watch the following video and then try the ‘Count Money Coins and Notes’ worksheet.

Aut2.10.3 - Count money - notes and coins on Vimeo



Remember to read at home for at least 20 minutes today. Also, please join us for a live story time at 1:30pm today. We will read a book as a class and then complete some activities relating to the text.



If you haven’t done so already, please complete your diary entry from the point of view of Samuel Pepys visiting the Frost Fair. If you have already completed this activity, you can complete today’s extra Science activity instead.


Extra Science-

Watch this video to remind yourself of the building materials that were used to build houses in 1666.

Pudding Lane Productions, Crytek Off The Map - YouTube

Now watch Mr M’s learning video in which he explains how to complete today’s extra Science lesson:

In 1666, the main materials used for building houses were wood, straw, pitch and glass. Use the building materials worksheet to explain the positives and negatives for building houses from these materials.


Number Fluency-

Watch this learning video in which Mr M teaches you how to use Bridging through 10 to solve addition problems.

Then try to use this technique to solve the calculations on the attached worksheet.   



In this lesson, we will learn the different types of rolling movements that can be performed safely in our home environment. We will learn how to link these movements with the basic balances. We will also think about how exercise makes us feel. Please note this lesson will require some physical exercise and additional equipment, beyond a pen, pencil or paper. Please see the equipment slide near the start of the lesson video and make sure your child is adequately supervised when equipment is required. Parents and carers are responsible for ensuring that children follow the correct safety advice provided at the start of this lesson and the instructions the teacher gives during the lesson. Parents and carers are responsible for supervising activities where required and for seeking medical advice in advance if your child has a medical condition that may prevent them taking part in physical activity.

Exploring linking rolls and balances (