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During the second week, the children are welcome to have a go at the following; 

MATHS - Fractions


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Success Criteria
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/images/Fraction Hunt.pdf

/images/Fraction Problems.pdf

/images/Fraction Matching Pairs.pdf

Children can continue to access the mymaths.co.uk and educationcity.com websites to consolidate their learning.



Once a week, the children could have a go at the following arithmetic questions. I usually give the children 15 minutes to complete it. I would then normally go through the answers with the children and show them if and where they have gone wrong. Here is the test for this week;


This is a set of problem solving questions. We normally do around 5 or 6 questions a week. Once they have had a go, I would then go through the questions and explain the answers and if they have got any wrong, explain why. 

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It would be important for the children to keep up with their times tables. If you would like to know where they are up to, please email me.

These websites are excellent for maths games too;

Any further ideas for Maths can be accessed by following this link.

It is an excellent resource!


Reading - Online access to reading scheme books

Writing - The Farm Shop - Persuasive writing

Once the children have completed their stories, the next unit is persuasive writing. The ideas are in the plan above.

If children want to, they can access this website to do more writing.

Phonics - Adding -ed and -ing


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The following website may aid with any phonics work;

Grammar - Recognise statements, questions, exclamations & commands


Children can continue to access the educationcity.com and SPAG.com website to consolidate their learning.





Children can continue to practise their handwriting following this link;

Any further ideas for English can be accessed by following this link.

It is an excellent resource!

R.E. - Easter

Shahne Vickery of Imaginor has put together a series of reflections for each day of Holy Week which is suitable to be sent out to families. The material is free for anyone to download,  


and has an arty/crafty theme.  Journey Into Easter  is inspired by some stunning recently commissioned paintings from the Ethiopian artist Nebiyu Assefa

The material is aimed at 6 - 11 year olds but hopefully parents will be able to adapt it for younger children in the family and everyone will enjoy the craft!

TOPICS - Children can continue to work on any of the below;

Here are some ideas you can use for a unit on 'Plants'. 

This website gives practical ideas that you can use for 'Plants' too.

We were exploring the history of the school but it might be a nice idea to explore the children's family history discussing family trees etc. You can follow the plan below;


If the opportunity arises and you have the facilities, children can explore the following computing activities;

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These links might be of some help too;

The children can make their own vehicle following our topic plan;


Again, this resource is excellent for topic plans. They have resources and teaching packs for many topics.

thepehub.co.uk have created fun, healthy home activities for children and their families, free of charge, to hopefully help with the school closures. If you contact them, they will send you a link to access the resources. Please email me to let me know if you have success getting these resources or not. Thanks.


You could also, take a look at some of these ideas for athletics if you have room!!

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