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Firday 3rd July

Good morning everyone! Hope you are all well! 


Just a reminder about sending in a video thank you message to your Yr6 Buddy. We really want to give them a good send off with our best wishes. Please send them to the class email address by Sunday 5th July. Many thanks!

Please use it to get in touch with photos, questions or news!


To help you realise how far we have come through this strange time together just watch our 500 miles video. It still brings a big smile to my face. Think about all the good things you have achieved with your Home Learning with your family at home.


You have all done an amazing job and -




Challenge of the day!



What is the best thing you have done this week? Draw a picture.



Daily Phonics lesson:

Please remember that if you feel that your child needs more practise at Phase 3/4 please revisit our previous lessons and also use your child's Home Learning Book to consolidate prior learning.


We have looked at the first set of Phase 5 phonics and for the rest of this term we will now be consolidating Phase 3/4/5 learning ready for Year 1.


Remember - Practise makes Better!!



1. ABC Lullaby | Alphabet Lullaby | The Singing Walrus

The Singing Walrus ABC Lullaby helps children review and practice the alphabet in a fun and relaxing way.

2  Play this game to test your phoneme memory -

3.  Play this Yes/No game -

4.   Write these Phase 4 sentences. You read it out, sound out each word and your child writes it down. Look out for tricky words!

The  sun  gives  us  light.

The  moon does  not  give  us  light.

The  mirror  does  not  give  us  light.


 Remember  - Start your sentence with a capital letter

 Leave finger spaces

 End your sentence with a full stop.

 Read your sentence


 Well done! yes



I can talk about letting my light shine through kind words and deeds.

Letting Your Light Shine | How Kids Can Share Their Faith

Douglas can’t light up like a lightning bug, but he learns what letting your light shine really means. One of the very best ways to let your light shine is to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ!

One of Douglas’ favorite songs in Sunday School is “This Little Light of Mine,” but he didn’t actually understand what it meant.
He asked his Children’s Pastor, Pastor Trent, how he was supposed to let his light shine since he wasn’t a lightning bug, “How can I let my light shine if I’ve got no glowy thing?!” Pastor Trent told him that the Bible isn’t talking about an actual light, but that our actions can shine like a light in this dark world. It’s a metaphorical light.
Many people in this world are walking in darkness, not knowing the love of Jesus, but since we have the light of Christ within us, we can shine by showing the love of Jesus through our words and actions. So lets all show the world Christ’s love, and let our little lights shine!

This Little Light of Mine (With Lyrics)

A feel good song for the heart and soul!!


I can record addition number sentences



Carefully cut out the net shape, ask an adult to help, and tape the edges together to make a dice. Make 2 or make 1 and use a normal die as well. Throw the dice and add the 2 numbers together .e.g. 2 + 1 = 3 Challenge - add a 1 digit in front of the numbers on one die e.g. 12 + 3 = 15



Here is a link to a Scholastic site which will give you lots of different literacy options. It links with the fact that lots of lighthouses are located on rocks. There is a non-fiction book to read and lots of lovely activities to work through. Let me know what you think.



Have fun watching the story, doing the acitivities and reading the non-fiction book!



can talk about the heroic efforts of Grace Darling.

The Story of Grace Darling | Primary History | BBC Teach

Famous Victorian Grace Darling and her brave sea rescue off the Farne Islands in 1838. Grace Darling is remembered for the rescue she undertook with her father in the Farne Islands in 1838. The SS Forfarshire had broken up on rocks within sight of the lighthouse at Longstone, which was home to Grace and her parents.
Grace was determined to undertake a rescue immediately but was persuaded by her father to wait until morning and better light. Grace and her father then set out through the stormy sea and collected some of the survivors. They rowed back to Longstone Lighthouse where Grace and her mother looked after the survivors while her father returned to the shipwreck to collect the last of the survivors.
Grace soon found herself celebrated in print...even Queen Victoria wrote to her with a reward. Today Grace's memorial can be found in the churchyard at Bamburgh, where there is also a museum about her.

            Challenge -  Why was Grace Darling a hero?

Draw a picture of her in her boat on the rough sea.

Write a sentence about your picture.