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Friday 15th January


Timetable - Friday 15th January


Well being


Guided Reading


OMS Numeracy



Mrs Wordsmith & Spellings


Please also remember to complete your reading for 20 minutes a day. Once you have finished your reading book, complete an AR test using the useful links page (tree icon). 

Also, please complete 10 minutes of consolidating your times tables and division facts by using TTRockstars. The link for this is also on the useful link page (tree icon).


Today I'd like you to think of a 'Feel Good Friday' activity. Take 15 minutes doing an activity you enjoy. This could be playing a board-game, listening to some favourite songs and having a sing/dance, colouring... whatever it is that you find enjoyable.


Today for Literacy the focus is how to use speech punctuation correctly. The video demonstrates this very well. I especially like the sandwich checklist, which helps you to remember all of the things you need to include in a sentence with speech.

Guided Reading

Please find your extract and activity for Guided Reading in the tab below.

OMS - Numeracy

Read the challenge cards attached and complete as many as you can in fifteen minutes. The answers are on the final page.

Mental Maths Challenge Cards


Today you are going to be answering some word problems involving calculating area. The worksheets attached are differentiated, so choose your challenge appropriately. 

Area word problems

Mrs Wordsmith


Please practise the spellings below. Your spelling test next week will be on Tuesday.

Group One

gnarled, gnaw, gnash, gnome, gnat, sign, design, resign, reign, foreign, knave, knee, know, knuckle

Group Two

facial, special, official, social, crucial, partial, essential, martial, potential, substantial, initial, palatial, financial, commercial, provincial

Group Three

sing, ring, thing, singer, bring, fling, jungle, swing, longer, king


Today I would like you to think about the following view:


All 10 year olds should have a mobile phone.

Do you agree or disagree? Think of three reasons to support your view. Ideally discuss this with someone, but you can write down your views too.