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Thursday 21st January

Happy Thursday! 

We have two live teaching lessons today. One at 11am about classifying vertebrates and then another Egyptian story at 1pm as well as Nuture Group at 2pm 

Now let's start our day by walking like an Egyptian!

Find your group’s work below. Print it out or use a pen and paper to answer.

Year 3:  

Divide 2 digits by 1 digit

Divide 2-digits by 1 digit (1)

Year 4

LI to divide 2 digits by 1 digit


Mrs Bourdillon’s Group

LI make equal groups (sharing)



Here are your words for this week:

chef,sure, machine, moustache, parachute, brochure,

mission, discussion, pressure. tissue.

Can you find them in the word search?


Here are your words for this week:

mixture, moisture, adventure, nature, capture, picture, feature, vulture, nurture, future

Can you find them in the word search?

Reading Skills

Remember this text from yesterday? Re-read it a few times to an adult. Then answer the new questions below. Can you also highlight some words ready to find the meanings of words?

Now let’s have a brain break with a times table mash up.

SPAG:  Finding meanings of words

From our live lesson today - can you highlight / write out some words that you are unsure of the meaning.

scene, centuries, clue, statue, glance, appearing

Can you find the meanings of the words either in a dictionary or on the online dictionary - click on the image of the dictionary or use the


LI: to write information that is factual and accurate

Now we are going to listen and read chapter 16 and 17 of The Phoenix Code.  Click on the book cover to go to the recording.


Now think about facts you have learnt about the Nile from our lesson on Monday and across the week.

Animals that live on the Nile are hippopotamus, geese, fish

Boats travel along the Nile to sell food, tools and jewellery,

Boats are made of reeds

Nile is freshwater not saltwater

People use water for washing and drinking

Think about how you are going to set out your fact file and try and use some of the key features of a non-fiction text: heading, drawing/illustration, labels, subheading, facts, bullet points, questions and answers.



Can you either follow a Joe Wicks work out or make up some exercises for you and your family to do together.

Can you think of 5 different movements that you could all repeat 5 times?




Nearly the end of day. Now it’s time for a little quiet, prayer and reflection with our Class worship.

Click the candle.

It's time for a story to finish our day.

Click the image and choose a book to listen to stories from Jacqueline Wilson, Malala Yousafzai and Stanley Tucci and many more!


What a great day of learning!

Don’t forget to send any work you’ve done to the class e-mail address where your teacher will be able to put it on the hub page where we share individual class photos of home learning.

Well done!

Mr Hazelby  Mrs Bourdillon  Mrs Irvine winkwinkwink