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This week we are going to explore the 'oa' sound family. 

We are starting with 'ow' which we know as a different sound. 

Watch of the video below and explore the activities. 


Phonics Story Chant | oa, ow | Phonics Monster

ow for /oa/ sound - Mr Thorne Does Phonics


Today we are going to use all the work we have done this half term to write a character profile all about Paddington Bear.

Watch the video to see how to write the first section about Paddington's appearance. 

English starter - exploring plurals

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Nessy Spelling Strategy | Plurals -s -es | Learn to Spell

English Lesson - Extended Published Write

Click the link below to see the video for today's English lesson

Word mat of adjectives to describe Paddington


Today, we would like you to click this link below to practice some single letter formation including position on the line. 


Time to the nearest hour


Welcome to our last week of maths before half term. As ever, kick off with counting and numbers sense.


Now hit the link for man part of the lesson where you will be learning to tell the time to the nearest hour.

Curriculum Driver- Geography


Today we are comparing two different places.  We will be looking at the capital city of England and comparing it to Bestwood. 

First of all, watch Miss Short explaining today's tasks. Then, watch the video clip of London and see if you can write down any physical and human features that you spot.

Next, choose the hard or challenge sheet to complete.

On Purplemash I have also set a 2do about London.

Have fun!


Today we have some more tales from Oxford Owl for you to listen to and follow along with. We have really enjoyed these stories in school and hope you have enjoyed listening at home. 

Story time: Cat Naps by Julia Donaldson | Oxford Owl

The Magic Key - Floppy and the puppies Oxford Reading Tree Kipper Biff Chip Floppy

Story time: The Odd Pet by Julia Donaldson | Oxford Owl