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Focus Activity – Computing


Create a simple algorithm and explore the 2Go program on Purple Mash. You can have a go at one of the backgrounds already made but you can also create your own! Follow the instructions below to help.

Purple Mash by 2Simple

Peg Activity – Writing


Draw your favourite part of a castle and tell us all about it. Remember to use adjectives to describe, check your writing for correct use of capital letters, full stops, finger spaces.....don't forget to use the 'does it look right?' strategy. 

Lolly Activity - Maths 


Have a go at matching the correct number, objects and words to each other. If you want to you can cut them out and play snap!

Focus Activity – Phonics


During the morning briefing the children will flick through the previously taught digraphs, trigraphs and tricky words.

Have a go at the /ear/ word search below. How many words can you find?

Extra Activities


Castles and Knights  - Read the words and draw pictures to illustrate what they are.



During our Jigsaw lessons the children have been discussing their dreams and goals. Choose one of the games below to play with your family and discuss the goal or end outcome before starting the game. At the end of the game discuss if you reached your goal. 


  • Game 1 - See if you can give clear instructions on how to make a jam sandwich. If an adult can do this bit to model it, that would be great, if not, don't worry! Note for the Jam Sandwich maker - make sure you are very literal when you receive an instruction i.e. if they tell you to put jam on the bread then put the jar of jam on the bread! 


  • Game 2 - Mirroring activity. Stand in a space opposite their partner. One is the leader, the other the mirror. They place their palms together. The leader moves their hands and the mirror’s hands, still touching so they do exactly the same movements. Then children move their hands apart with space between the palms and repeat the activity, the mirror has to follow the leader’s palms with his. Then the children change roles with the leader becoming the mirror and they repeat the activity again.

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