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Wednesday 3rd February

Wednesday 3rd February

 

Please try to record your work in your home learning book, writing the date and  WALT as a title, for each lesson e.g.

 

Wednesday 6th January 

WALT: Describe the water cycle

 

You may be working from home but we still expect you to work just like the superstars you are in school, so keep that handwriting neat!

 

Don't forget to do some exercise at some point in your day. We have put links for Joe Wicks Workouts and Go Noodle websites at the bottom of the Remote Education Provision page.

 

Miss Rose, Mrs Burton, Mr Gilbert and Mr Russell

Good morning and timetable for today

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Tip Top Times Table Challenge

Maths

Multiply by 4

Break

English

Poetry – Rhyming Poems Lesson 3.mp4

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"Mr Mistoffelees (Cats)" from "The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber"

'Mr. Mistoffelees' - Cats The Musical

The greatest magician and original conjuring cat gives a spellbinding performance in Mr. Mistoffelees from the musical, Cats! Sung by John Partridge.

Lunch

Guided Reading

Re-read the play script on Jack and the Beanstalk. Draw the table in your book and complete the Summarise and Predict sections of your quadrant in your home learning book.

Geography

The purpose of this lesson is to apply many existing map skills to a case study of the River Thames. By the end of the lesson you should understand that information can be represented pictorially on a map and that these symbols mean something in the real world. You will also begin to remember what some of these symbols stand for as well as beginning to read 4 and 6 figure grid references.

Rivers Lesson 3 Mapping the River Thames Part 1.mp4

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PE with Mrs Rainbow

Story

The Time Travelling Cat - Chapter 13

End of day message

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