Heacham’s Week Ahead 23/11/2020


 

Let’s have a look at this week and what we’ll be doing.

Swimming

This week it is group one and group two that are swimming.  If you have any queries, please let me know.

Timetable

0840-0900 – register and reading

0900-0940 – phonics and spelling

0940-1000 – Foundation input

1040-1140 – maths

1pm-2pm literacy

2:15-3pm Foundation Subject

Monday

Register and reading

phonics and spelling

This week we are moving on to the long igh phoneme, and using different graphemes for it.

Here is Mr Thorne with his /igh/ video (and Geraldine!)

 

Today we are learning the /ie/ grapheme for the /igh/ phoneme.  Here’s Geraldine with a few words – what others can you think of?

 

We will also be practicing our spelling words

me

pull

of

full

some

he

love

his

push

has

 

We will be checking these on Friday.  If you are at home, learn the words and email me your results please!

maths

We didn’t start subtraction last week, we decided to wait for a whole week to have a good go at it as the vision test took one of our lessons and the starter was on Friday.  If you’re in school, we are PowerMath unit4 now, lesson 1.  If you are not in school then I will match the Oak Academy videos as best as I can, and you will have to make it up when you come back.

Understanding the concept of subtraction as take away (Part 1) (thenational.academy)

 

literacy

On a plain piece of paper draw a character.  In our story, it is a bumblee.  What could you have on yours?

Now draw three noisy things that could keep him or her awake.

Can you use this plan to tell your story to an adult?

Tuesday

Register and reading

phonics and spelling

Today we are learning the /i-e/ split diagraph grapheme for the /igh/phoneme.

 

Can you make a sentence from those words? Remember where the letters sit on the line.  Presentation is really important so that everyone can read your work.

maths

Understanding the concept of subtraction as take away (Part 2) (thenational.academy)

literacy

Now that you have your noisy things, it’s time to look at the words we use for them.  These are nouns.

What are nouns? – BBC Bitesize

Watch the BBC video and see if you can identify the nouns in The Sleepy Bumblebee story

sleepy bumblebee

Wednesday

Register and reading

phonics and spelling

Today we are learning the /igh/ phoneme when it is written with the /y/ grapheme.

 

maths

Adding and subtracting using a number track (thenational.academy)

literacy

What is a verb? – BBC Bitesize

Which verbs did we see in The Sleepy Bumblebee?

Thursday

Register and reading

phonics and spelling

Today we are looking at the /igh/ phoneme and identifying the different ways that it is written.  Can you make a list of the words and separate them into different columns? You’ll need i, igh, i-e and ie.

maths

Subtracting by partitioning (thenational.academy)

literacy

For today’s lesson, I can send you the sheet that you need if you ask an adult to email me.  We are going to be working together to look at which words in the story we can change, and which ones have to stay.  This will give us a scaffold that we can use to write our own story tomorrow.

Friday

Register and reading

phonics and spelling

This week we will check last week’s words and begin to learn our new words.

Last week –

me

pull

of

full

some

he

love

his

push

has

 

This week –

our

was

go

by

so

my

has

where

says

where

maths

Counting back in ones to subtract (thenational.academy)

Literacy

Today you will use the scaffolded sheet that I sent you yesterday to write your own story.  All the instructions will be with it!

Topic

This week we are moving away from the hot Fire of London, and looking at the much colder Frost Fairs on the Thames.  This video comes from the Museum of London.  What evidence do they have of the Frost Fairs?

 

Rainbow Challenge

Here is our rainbow challenge sheet for this week.

If you’re at home, see what you can do

Rainbow-challenge 20201123

Homework

 

Heacham and Snettisham Homework Grid

Don’t forget, you have EducationCity and BugClub work to log into as well.

Any problems, let me know s.cook@gf.kwestacademy.com

Take care (and wash your hands!)

 

Miss Cook

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