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Answer these questions in a piece of writing about yourself.  Remember to use capital letters and full stops correctly in your writing.   What is your name?  How old are you?  Where do you live?  What do you like to do?  Do you have any brothers or sisters?  Do you belong to any clubs?  Can you tell me something funny that has happened to you? 




True or false?


Explain your answer to an adult.

Mrs Courriere and Mrs MacKay's spelling group


Make a mini word search for you and a family member to complete. Choose 6 words with the alternative ai sounds and write them onto the grid provided. Fill in rest of the grid with single letters. Can your family members find all the words?



Watch the video which shows the inside of a Synagogue  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ddPrQqqaz8&ab_channel=LAGANRE

   Try to draw your own diagram like in the video and include some things that are     important to Jewish people. Think about what makes them important.

Mrs Roberts and Mrs Morris Phonics


Re- Cap Tricky words: was, my, you, they, her

Recap- Sounds: sh, ch, th, ai, ee, igh, oa, oo(zoo), oo(book), ar

Introduce new sound: or – shut the door

Practise reading and spelling words: sort, short, worn, sport, snort, fork

Practice writing tricky words


Karen's Phonics Group



Re- Cap Tricky words: my, here, there, come, some

Recap- Sounds: ay, are, ire, c, edge

Introduce new sound: g ‘as in magic’

Practise reading and spelling words: gem, ginger, gentle,

Practice writing tricky words

Mrs Pritchard's Phonics group

Ms King Phonics


Re-cap tricky words:    was, my, you, her,  they, all, are, said, went, from, it’s children. 

Introduce new tricky word for reading: have, like, some, come

Re-cap sounds :  ai, oi, ear, ure, air, oa, ow, ur, er, ea

Introduce new sound: ie, i-e. 

Practice reading words: tie, die, lie, pie, tie, time, line, fine, hike, bike, like, pile, file, tile, while, mime, crime, grime, twine, strike, shrine, pine, pipe, wipe, stripe, ripe, prize, surprise, kite, bite, hive, dive, drive, strive, prize,

Practice reading simple captions/sentences: I got the first prize for my apple pie!   We went for surprise bike ride as a treat.  I like to spend time with other children.  Wait for a while to have some time on the x-box.  You can drive when you are 17. 

p.m. Phonic screening check practise.sound spotters for digraphs/trigraphs: ai, oi, ow, er, ur, ea, i-e