Good morning everyone,

Happy Thursday. I really like the advice on this one: Share smiles, give more, love more and be happy. Let’s all try to follow that advice today.

It’s Thursday, that means our second Teams’ meeting of the week may have already started. It was due to start at 9:00 am, so if you’re not already there, stop reading and login to your Teams account.

The next Teams assignment will be tomorrow’s Literacy task. 

Our next Teams meeting will be on Monday!

We’ve pasted a quick reminder of your daily routine here to help you keep track of what you should do next.

After taking part in your Teams meeting with either Mr Marshall or Mrs Avery, click on the link below to continue with your Guided Reading:


Warm-up: Keep practising your spellings. This week: Week 5: Adding the suffix ‘ion’ to words ending in ‘ss’ or ‘mit’.  If you have lost your booklet you can click on the link below, it will take you to the correct page.


Main task: Today we will check over your writing for yesterday. Looking at ways we can edit and improve. Then you’ll finish your chapter. Follow the lesson with Mr Marshall:


Warm-up: Keep practising your times-tables. We’ve been doing lots of work on these now, so I’m sure you’re all becoming experts. Keep up the work on Times-Tables Rockstars or whatever method works for you. Remember the Times Tables Wheels are on Monday’s post if you need them.

Main task: Today we’re going to use a formal method to represent multiplying 3-digit numbers by 1-digit numbers.

To help you with your times-tables during today’s lesson you can use this Times-tables chart:

Times tables chart

Watch the video:

Sorry for the confusion with today’s activity sheets.

Activity 1: Starts at Qt 3 (question 1 and 2 were done yesterday) : Maths activity 1

Activity 2: There are 2 calculations from Qt 4 before beginning Qt 5: Maths activity 2

Answers: Multiply-3-digits-by-1-digit-answers


Our PE focus for this half-term is Athletics. We’ve covered the skills involves in running, jumping and throwing over the last three weeks. If we were at school, we would now go into teams to practice  our new skills and to keep improving. You can do this at home. Run a competition with your siblings or Mum and Dad. What is your pb (personal best) in all three disciplines? Keep a chart, see if you improve.

I’ve spotted some children out and about going for a run or a walk with members of their families. Why not send us a photo of you trying out your skills. You never know we might even get a bit more snow so we can practise our throwing!

PHSE: Dreams and Goals

This week we will be doing more work on setting goals and achieving targets. Follow the instructions in the PDF. This lesson would be best done with an adult to support.

PHSE Setting Goals

PHSE activity

Well done, you’ve completed another day of Home learning. You deserve a clap! See you all again tomorrow for fantastic Friday.