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Timetable for the day

11am – Teams Meeting: Diary entry writing (30 minutes)

There is follow up work from this – character predictions (45 minutes)

Other tasks - you can do these at any time across the day

  • Number Magic- Day 4 (30 minutes)
  • Leapfrog reading (30 minutes)
  • SPAG (15-20 minutes)
  • Forest School Activity (1 hour)
  • Maths rationing activity (45 minutes)
  • You also have the next chapter of Letters from the Lighthouse to listen to

Number Magic

Here is your number magic for today. Remember to use the answers to self-mark.

Leapfrog Reading

In preparation for tomorrow's reading task, we would like you to watch the reading input video. You will need some paper to jot down your responses and will then be able to use these in the independent task on Friday.

Theme 1

Following our live input today, you will then be ready to write your diary entries in role as your character using the success criteria below.


We are continuing to revise the ei/ie spelling rule, so today we would like you to complete the Bug Club Activity which has been allocated to you, 'The ee Sound'. Watch the video that comes with it and then do the games.

Forest School

The children at school today are going to be tying knots and building shelters and we are going to have a competition to see who can build the best shelter. We are inviting you to take part in the competition too, by building your very own shelter at home. Miss Goss has prepared a document to explain what  you need to do to take part and you will need to send photos of your shelters in to us to be eligible for the competition. Remember to check with an adult before you go moving any furniture or tying knots in bedsheets!


Over the next couple of weeks during our practical Maths sessions, we will be exploring the world of food rationing during World War 2. For today, we would like you to fill in the rationing table and begin to think about your characters family. What food would your family buy? Keep in mind that you can grow some foods yourselves in your garden, and you need to keep some money for household bills! The input video below will help support you with this task.

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