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Tuesday 28th April 2020


Good morning everybody!heart

Thank you to everyone who has sent me lovely photos and videos this week.

It’s great to see all of your smiling faces!smiley

Have a look at our gallery to see what your friends have been up to.

Talking of friends, there was  a lovely lesson on BBC Bitesize  -on 24th April -about being a good friend. We might not be seeing our friends at the moment but we still need to remember how important being a good friend is! 

If you are looking for some reading books to read at home, remember to have a look here:

or here for lots of other fantastic ones:

Have any of you been using the new lessons from BBC Bitesize and/or Oak National Academy?

If you have, I would love to know what you think of them so I can see what we can use from them next week!

I hope you all have another great day.

Make sure you keep in touch! 

love from

Mrs Wagnerheart


White Rose lessons!

Today please try and complete lesson 2 from Summer Term – Week 2 (w/c 27 April)


halves and halving song


Extra challenge if you love Mathswink

If you find it too tricky there is a nice game on BusyThings- halving pizza!yes



Please remember to watch daily lesson at 10:30 and 11:00!


Reading lesson:

Please see BBcBitesize daily lesson.

You need to listen to the story and do some activities after that!

You can write that on the paper and upload to J2e.



Christianity Why did Jesus tell stories?

Please see powerpoint in week 27.04.20

Lesson 1 should take about 15 minutes .

The slides have all the questions and activities you will need.


You can film your child retelling the parable and upload onto J2e (if you can).



Please follow powerpoint:

SCIENCE- Deciduous and Evergreen Trees.


There is an activity for you (you will need to print it) to sort different types of trees into 2 groups:  Deciduous or Evergreen


Handwriting: letter a



If you are still full of energy wink maybe you could learn how to draw...a tree???

Please follow this lovely lesson on youtube!  Have fun drawingheart

How To Draw A Tree

Learn how to draw a tree by following along with us. This is a great activity to celebrate Earth Day! Become an Art Club member

Terrific Trees- I can sort deciduous and evergreen leaves

Trees That Never Lose Their Leaves! Science for Kids

Some trees lose their leaves in the fall, but some keep their green leaves all year round. Join Jessi and Squeaks to learn about evergreens