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Monday, 8th June

Good morning children.


Welcome to another week of home learning. It has been lovely seeing your work on Class Dojo! I hope you are all okay? I look forward to seeing your work this week. 


Thank you for all the fabulous Superhero Bear entries. Well done to our class winner, Husna and to our overall school winner Farwah in Y3R. Click on this link to see our class Superhero Bears:



Have a great day,


Mrs T



Here are today's tasks...



Please go on to and log on using

username: student18273

password: thomas

Please follow the step by step guide attached to the bottom of this page to find the punctuation and grammar page.


Today we will look at contractions. This is where we use apostrophes to join/shorten two words to make one word, for example, 'did' and 'not' become 'didn't'.


Go onto Espresso using the details above and the help sheet attached below if needed. Find the KS1 grammar and punctuation under English. 




Click on punctuation and find...



Watch the video and complete the activities. We will continue with some more work on this tomorrow. 




Practice number bonds on Hit the Button.


   Start at the bottom of the ladder!


Main session

SUMMER: Week 6 Lesson 3 Grouping

Complete the lesson on the White Rose hub website (see links below)


  • Please watch the video to support your understanding.
  • Try the sheet which will be sent to you on Class Dojo.
  • Check your work against the answers.


Remember, you can either print it, write the answers out or discuss them with a family member.



If your child finds the White Rose sheet fairly easy I have also attached some additional problem solving questions. 




On World Oceans Day, people around the World celebrate and honour the ocean, which connects us all. The aim is for people to get together to start creating a better future and protect our oceans.


In particular, organisers 'The Ocean Project' wish to see 30% of the world's oceans be protected in the coming years.


World Ocean Day is celebrated every year on June 8th. 


Why do we celebrate World Oceans Day?


  • The ocean generates a lot of the oxygen we breathe.
  • It provides food around the world.
  • It regulates the climate.
  • It gives work opportunities to thousands of people.
  • Is home to trillions of fish and sea creatures.


>Have a look at the following videos about World Ocean Day


If you have time you could watch this episode of Octonauts about World Ocean Day.


>  Now try and write an acrostic poem using the sheet below. You don't need to print it out. 



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