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Monday 22nd June

Happy Monday! 

It is week 4 of summer term 2.


Be kind to everyone you meet.



What is the date today? Remember to use full sentences.

Morning message - 22.06.20



Let’s start our day with a prayer.


Thank you Lord for this new day
in my home (school) to work and play.

Please be with me all day long,

in every story, game and song.

May all the happy things we do,

Make you our Father happy too.


See the link below to join in for our Monday liturgy with your families. 





  • Daily handwriting and phonics/reading
  • Grammar: Plural markers -s and -es
  • English: Poem My Mother is a Superhero by Pie Corbett
  • Maths: Introduction to telling the time
  • RE: Being sorry 





Daily handwriting and phonics/reading: Please aim for 30 minutes (15 each) of handwriting and phonics and continue reading each day. smiley



Don't forget to check out your new spellings for this week if you haven't already. Can you use these words in a sentence?




Grammar: This week we are learning more about adding plural markers
-s and -es to nouns. Remember nouns are people, places, things, animals or ideas.


Plural means more than one.

For today's task first review the PowerPoint on what plurals are and the special rules for adding -s or -es. Then complete the activity by changing singular nouns into plural nouns. Choose which level you want to try. The more difficult one you had to write the singular noun on your own.

Challenge: Can you use some your new plural nouns in sentences?

Nessy Spelling Strategy | Plurals -s -es

What is a plural? Why do some plurals end in 's' and others in 'es'? The Plural-a-tor has the answers!





English: Read the poem My Mother is a Superhero by Pie Corbett and answer a series of questions about the text. Write a poem about a family member that mimics the form and themes of My Mother is a Superhero.


These are some reasons why mummies are superhero's!


-  Mums make sure you never go hungry.

- Mums are there when you need them any time of the day.

- Mums always make you better when you are poorly.

- Mums can multi-task all the time.

- Mums know what you're thinking before you start talking.

- Mums have endless amounts of love.



Use the conjunction and to join ideas in your sentences. For example; My mum makes amazing pizzas and reads to me at night.






Maths: This week we are starting our last new maths concept in Year 1: TIME! Today we are going to start to understand the concept of what time is.



Try these new words: time, seconds, minutes, hours, days, morning, afternoon, evening


Can you sort the pictures into morning, afternoon and evening? As an extra challenge try to think of your own things you do at these times of day. How long do they take you?





RE: Last week we learned about saying sorry and forgiveness. It is important for us to say sorry and ask for forgiveness when we do something wrong. When someone asks for our forgiveness it is important that we accept their apology so our heart will feel better and we will be happier. It is not nice to stay angry all the time.


For today's task think of ways you can be more like Jesus. How can you follow Jesus' rule of loving one another. Start by going through the learning slides below - pages 21-30.


Start with the learning slides pages 21-30

Being A Good Citizen

Daily storytime!