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Tuesday 24th March 2020

Tuesday 24th March 2020


Good morning everyone.  I hope you are well.  Here are today's suggestions for home learning. Don't worry if you are not able to complete them all; they are simply suggestions and I am sure that you will have your own fantastic ideas aswell.  


Stay safe, keep well and remember you can contact me on class dojo messanger or by emailing me at .


Kind Regards,


Mr Leese


Physical Development


Join Joe Wicks at 9am for an online PE lesson.  Enjoy.  I received a lot of positive comments from parents yesterday saying that their children really enjoyed the session.  The link is lower down the page just below the lovely video of me.


If you have playdough then you may want to join in the dough disco.




Join Ruth Miskin for an online speed sounds lesson at 9.30am.  Ruth Miskin refers to the sounds that the letters make as 'speed sounds'.  The link to the speed sounds session is below the video of me. 


Also, watch Alphablocks series 1, session 2.  Series 1, session 1 was posted on the page yesterday if you haven't yet managed to view it yet but I think it is only available until tomorrow. 


Maths Activities


Try writing numbers on pieces of paper or card and hiding them around the house.  Ask children to find them and tell you what the numbers are.  As a challenge can they place the number cards in order?  The number that you choose to write up to will depend on your child's ability; for some this may be up to 3, for others it may be up to 20.


Story Time


Visit  for an online story.


Arts / Crafts / Understanding of the World


Watch a live feed to the zoo to see the different animals.  Perhaps you would like to draw your favourite animal and send a picture of it to me on class dojo or to  Here is the link

P.E with Joe | Thursday 26th March 2020

Day 4 of my 9am daily workouts

Bee | Alphablocks - Full Episode | Series 1 Episode 2

Alphablocks is the hit CBeebies TV show that's helped a million children learn to read. Who better to show you how words work than the alphabet brought to li...