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Monday 22nd Feb 2021

MONDAY 22nd Feb 2021.


Good morning everyone, I hope you have all had a fantastic, and very rested half term J


I have started putting times next to the lessons – these are by no means set in concrete but some children have asked for them to be used as a guide.





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Please visit the Emmanuel website for any worksheets, word banks, extra resources and extra challenges.



You will need a copy of the Rabbit text.  Today we will be reading the text and getting really familiar with it so its read, read, read!



To explore the function of apostrophe

In this lesson, children will review the function of apostrophes before identifying how apostrophes have been used in different examples.

If you find this lesson too tricky, please try this one instead:

To explore the function of apostrophes

In this lesson, we will explore using apostrophes for both possession and contraction. Additionally, we will practise writing some sentences, linked to our Highwayman unit, using apostrophes.




Decimals and measures: To generate and describe linear number

In today’s lesson, we will represent decimals using dienes blocks, find the term to term rule in a sequence and then represent sequences on a number line.

If you find this lesson too tricky, please use this lesson instead

2-D shape, perimeter and area





Read in an extreme place! We have had some fantastic photos of people reading in weird and wonderful places. Make sure you read for a minimum of 15 minutes and record it in your reading diary.


AFTERNOON (1:00 – 3:00)

REFLEX (1:00 – 1:15)
Try and complete 15 minutes of reflex.

ACTIVE LEARN (1:15 – 1:30)
Have a go at the games on Active Learn.




In 1066, who was the rightful heir to the throne?

In this lesson, we are going to be learning about three men who were battling to become King of England in 1066. We will start by learning about Edward the Confessor, whose death prompted Harold Godwinson, William I and Harald Hardrada to battle for his throne. We will learn about the battles that took place in 1066, including the most famous battle: the Battle of Hastings.