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NOTE - Today, we would  like you to take a photo of your Guided Reading, when you have completed it, and upload it to Teams.

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Mental Maths

We'd like you to spend 20 minutes on T.T. Rockstars - including a sound-check.


The Game is On!

This week, there's a TT Rockstars Battle between 5TA (Totally Awesome!) and 5JS (Jolly Smart!). May the best team win!


Century Tech

Please complete today's nugget titled "3rd Feb - English".



The handwriting is to be completed at a convenient time during the day.

Use teams to post your completed Guided reading activity.
Read, Write, Inc Spellings

Word changers.mp4

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Watch the video above and make sure you have a pen/pencil and a piece of paper. Have a go with the word changers activity and pause the video at various points to complete the tasks.
Watch the video and pause the video at certain points so that you can complete the tasks. Above, is the PPT (PowerPoint) version of the video.


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First, watch video 1 which will give you some tips for tackling today's Maths.


Then, watch video 2 which is from White Rose Maths.

Video 1

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Video 2

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Watch this taught lesson on multiplying by 10, 100 and 1,000.

Now after watching the video complete the sheet.

If you found today's Maths easy, try one of these extension activities.

The answers to yesterday's Maths activities are here.

Outdoor Activity


The activity is in two parts. Watch Video 1, then complete the first tasks. When you have finished, watch Video 2 and follow the instructions to write your poem.

Video 1

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Video 2

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Outdoor Activity - Example

Collective worship

Assembly - Wednesday.mp4

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Watch Mrs Mistry's video and reflect on what being the light of the world means.

This Little Light of Mine I'm Gonna Let it Shine with Lyrics | Gospel Song

Reflect: Why do you think this song is sometimes sung at Candlemas? Which line of this hymn is your favourite? Why? What does it mean to you?