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This week is Book Week. The afternoons of this week are Book Week activities so have lots of fun and keep reading!


Thursday Home Learning- Hobbits Class

Good morning Hobbits!



I hope you have had a lovely weekend. I am really looking forward to seeing you today at 11.00 and 1.00 on Zoom. We will be doing English in our first Zoom and SPaG marking and going through any questions about the learning in the second. 


Have a wonderful day. 



Our theme in reflection this week is


Listen to this song and light a candle (with a grown ups permission) and take this moment to calm and quiet.
While listening to the song think about what could you forgive yourself for? 



Today you are going to be looking at The Worrysaurus.


Here is the link to The Worrysaurus being read


There is a sheet at the bottom of the page full of challenges and activities for you to do. You can choose to do as many as you want but you need to do at least one of the activties. 



We are focussing on Speech.

Today we are focussing on Punctuating Direct Speech.


Your Task is Said Synonyms.

The worksheet is at the bottom of the page. 



  • Today’s Maths Learning

Week 7 Measure Length - Watch the video and complete the questions in your books. There is a worksheet at the bottom of the page.


Book Week Activity

See you at 1 in Zoom!

Our Book Week story is 

Here is a link for the story again.


Today Mrs Langley is going to be taking over and doing an Art activity with you all. 


Here is the link to her fabulous activity


I can't wait to see what you create! 


World Book Day


Today is World Book Day so here is some information about it from Mrs Jessup.


Our whole school dress up day is on Thursday 4th March. Although our special ‘dress up’ assembly will be via Zoom this year. Therefore, we would like you to create a headpiece, or hat, or even use face paint to dress up as a famous book character. The ‘dress up’ assembly will be during Mr Langley’s Celebration assembly via Zoom and so all the log in details and times will remain the same for KS1 and KS2.


Drop Everything and Read

Everyday this week at some point during the day you need to DROP EVERYTHING AND READ. This is where you stop what you are doing and read a book that you want to. Reading should be something we enjoy so doing it everyday will make us be able to enjoy it even more!


Make sure you read your book or a book from home and record it in your purple book.


Keep in contact my email is send me pictures, your work or just for a chat!

Stay safe.


Lots of love,

Miss Storti xx

Maths Worksheet