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Good Morning Unicorns!heart

What vegetables do you find in a toilet?

Leaks and peas.



Join me at 9:00am for our Zoom – a quick Zoom this morning to see how you are all getting on. We will share our final reflection together for the week on ‘Strength’.  


The theme this week is Strength


Morning Lessons



Catch music with Duncan today at 10.00am!



Re-read or listen to Chapter 3 ‘The Hurricane Approaches’.

The London Eye Mystery: Chapter 3 - Year 6

Chapter 3, 'The Hurricane Approaches'. Read along for our next instalment of The London Eye Mystery...

What do you think about Aunt Gloria? Can you draw a small illustration of what you think she might look like?


Today, can you write in role as either Kat or Ted explaining how you feel about Aunt Gloria’s upcoming visit.



Spend some time reading you own book today – this is a very mindful activity.




It is time to rock out to some TT Rockstars – Go on and have a play to practise those timetables this morning! Make sure you contact me if you need your log in details – I can share them with you.


LO: to practise finding the area or perimeter of different shapes.

Check out these websites today to work further on the Maths that we have looked at this week. Can I suggest you all start with the ‘Area of a Triangle lesson’ from BBC Bitesize, which is the first link below.


BBC Bitesize:  Area of a Triangle lesson-


BBC Bitesize revision: Area and Perimeter -


BBC Teach Clip – Understanding Area and Perimeter -



Join me at 12:00pm for our Zoom call before lunch. Remember it is still our ‘Funky Friday’! Cannot wait to see you all.

Afternoon Lessons


LO: to reflect on the signs of hope that Lent can bring.

To start this afternoons lesson can you begin by reading through the slides of this PowerPoint for you called ‘Lent-Signs of Hope’.

Once you have read through have a go at answering these questions in your remote learning books.

Why are snowdrops a sign of hope?


What three things do we spend more time doing during Lent?


What is Jesus’ message to us in the gospel reading ‘Matthew 6:1-2, 16-18’?

For this afternoon – can you choose one of the activities off the grid to complete at home?


Book week preparations:

Next week we shall be celebrating Book Week! Please find all the information here, make sure you share this letter with a grown up too. This letter is also on the latest news section of the website.


Check out the activities for next week and spend some time this afternoon to get thinking –

  • Who will you dress up as for the assembly on Thursday 4th March? We are focusing this year on headwear, a hat or you can completely dress up as a famous book character if you wish.
  • ‘Build a Den’ Build a reading den at home photo challenge.
  • ‘Story in a box’ Check out Mrs Harrison’s designs for her story in a box based on her sister’s novel ‘Malice in Underland’. What will you do for yours? Remember, it’s a competition so there will be prizes for the best boxes! For her design Mrs Harrison has used a cardboard box (of course), paint, pens and images she has printed from the book. Good luck everyone.


Well done all for an excellent first week back! I hope you are all enjoying our new projects. We are yet to start looking at music from the band the Beatles, but do not worry. We will! Take care everyone and have a lovely weekend.

Love, Mrs Jessup. XxX