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Wisdom & Faith

Tuesday 9th June


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 Let's start the day with a prayer.


The Lord's prayer, or Our Father

Our Father, Who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name. Thy kingdom come; Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread; and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us; and lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.  Amen.

Phonics and handwriting


Please aim for 30 minutes (15 each) of handwriting and phonics per day.


Match up the numbers to the correct word. Draw a link to link the pairs. Try 0-20 and if you would like an extra challenge you can try the extra pages up to 100!


Listen again to the story of Handa’s Hen. Think of some adjectives you could use for each of the animals in the story. 

Today you are going to plan and write a new version of Handa’s Hen. Remember to include adjectives to describe each animal. 



English- Task 1- Handa’s Hen


Today we are going to review our measurement knowledge on weight.

Review these words:

weigh, scale, heavy, heavier, heaviest, more than, light,
lighter, lightest, less than, balanced (same weight)

Maths- Task 2- Introduce weight and mass

Introduce weight and mass



Read below the two therapeutic stories to help explore strong emotions relating to the coronavirus and feelings related to a return to school during the pandemic. If your child is not returning to school, you can just read The Little Elf who missed his Birthday Party. 


Parents: Please complete this activity with children to help in guiding the conversation. Follow the guidance for adults about this story in the PDF file.

Therapeutic stories are designed to help children explore and understand feelings. Read the stories below and focus on understanding the emotional connection with the story and characters. 


Once you have read and had a discussion about the stories complete some pages in your little book of changes. You can choose which pages you would like to complete.

Parents: For children returning to school on the 15th June, please refer below for additional resources to support your child in preparing for their return to school. Please take the time to read through some of the social stories with your child and have a conversation to address any questions they may have. 

I have been getting the class ready for when some children return on Monday and thought I would share a picture of what the class room looks like now. We won't have everyone in the class when we return so there are less desks. Each of you will have your own desk and on your desk you will have;


- Your tray containing all of your school books.

- A pot of stationary (no need to be squabbling over rubbers now!)

- A box of tissues.


When we are in school we will talk more about the changes but I know we are going to have a great time and I can't wait to see your smiling faces. 

Storytime! Jazz Dog