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'This School continues to be Good' -Ofsted November 2017

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Remember today it is also important to:

  • Get active!  (Joe Wicks work out, running, bouncing, obstacle courses, football, go on a walk or a bike ride – so many ways to keep moving)!
  • Read for at least 20 minutes. 



Again this week we would like ALL children in Maple class to take time and look at the phonics.

It is important that you can see the different way that the sounds are written and become familiar with which words fit which pattern.













Everyone focus on Phonics this week please.


Jack and the beanstalk story writing.




Count in 10s from 4 to 114, using fun actions as you go like star jumps or squats! Can you write the sequence of numbers?

How many cm make one metre? Check you are right with a grown up!

What would we measure in metres? Point to, or write down the items you would measure in metres with a tape measure/metre stick rather than a cm ruler:

Your teddy

Your garden hose

Height of your doors

Your finger

How long your garden is

Your shoes

A biscuit

Your height


To estimate metres, you can take a REALLY giant step, stretching your legs as far as you can. Here is a fun job for you to try!

  1. Gently roll a toy car or a ball from a starting line.
  2. Estimate how many metres it has rolled by using your GIANT steps.
  3. Get a grown up to help you to measure in metres and centimetres using a tape measure. Were you close?

Now, have a look around your house and garden. Can you find 5 things that are smaller than 1 metre, and 5 things that are bigger than 1 metre?


Tasty Tuesday - parts of plant that we eat!

Make a salad to go with your lunch or tea. Be careful when chopping, make sure a grown up is watching you. Try to be adventurous, why not add pomegranate seeds, peanuts or chopped apple to your salad. Can you give your salad a name?

When making your salad, think about which part of the plant you are using. Is it a leaf, a stem, a seed, a flower, or the root? Look at the PowerPoint if you can, it will give you some ideas about parts of a plant that we eat.


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