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Monday 18th January

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Welcome to week 3 of remote learning. We hope that you are all getting on well at home and had a lovely weekend.
Thank you for your support with the remote learning so far.
Today we are going to continue our work on multiplication in maths, use some wonderful description to plan our river poems in English, continue our work on Gospels in R.E. and finally adapt a page from 'The boy, the mole, the fox and the horse' in PSCE.
If you haven't done already, please make sure that you have registered on Teams. We are going to use this to mark a register at school. If you are struggling to do this, please could you e-mail the office. If we have not heard anything from you by midday, you will get a phone call from one our team who will be checking that everything is ok.
Have a lovely day

Maths

Using multiplication knowledge

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Worksheet 1 with the answers at the bottom (please don't peek)

Extension sheet up to number 12. Numbers 13-18 are challenge questions

English

Guided Reading

Lunch time!

RE

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Please follow the video and try to produce a WANTED poster for the best church leader, like a job advert, following the instructions on the presentation. Then you can upload a picture of it for us to see. Best of luck. Mr Novkovic

PSCE

Look at the illustration below which has been taken from 'The boy, the mole, the fox and the horse' which is written by Charlie Mackesy. 

In the style of Charlie Mackesy, we would like you to create your own drawing and answer to the question, 'What do you want to be when you grow up?' What quality do you think is important? You can change the animal from a mole to an animal of your choice. 

The Time Travelling Cat and the Roman Eagle

Chapter 8 read by Mrs. Koch
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