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Monday 8th February 2021

Assembly Monday 8th February 2021 - Safer Internet Day

What can you trust online? (Film for 5-11 year olds)

A film aimed at children and young people aged 4- 11 exploring what we can trust on the internet as part of our Safer Internet Day 2021 campaign. Find more about trust and reliability online at #SaferInternetDay #AnInternetWeTrust

Good morning Ganymede,


I hope you have all had a great weekend. This is the last week of learning until the mid term break when you can relax and enjoy a well deserved rest.


Last week we had a almost everyone logging on on the online register. For our zoom session today we will all be doing some maths together. The link to log on is below in the Maths slides. I look forward to seeing you at 9:20 (we have assembly first so will be on after that).


So let's get started.


Before you start your learning today make sure you sign the remote learning register by clicking here.


Below is your timetable for the day.

Morning challenge


Let's start the day with some brain exercises - How many challenges can you complete today?



You can join our good friend Joe again or you can do 10 jumping jacks, 10 star jumps and then run on the spot for 30 seconds. That should get your blood flowing to your brain ready for your learning.


Follow the link for Joe here:


This week I have set up a battle between Ganymede and Teachers. Let the battle begin!

Let's start with our Fluent in 5


Write a new title in your Home Learning Journal to separate your learning tasks.


Click the link below for the video:

Click the link for the next video:


This week we are going to be learning the different spellings for the /er/ sound


Look at the /er/ sound in the following words and see if you can find the different ways of spelling /er/


Say the sounds and read the words:













(Hint: did you find these spellings: er   ar   ir   or   ear   our   ur)

Now draw this table in your book and add these words under the correct spelling. Can you find anymore in your reading book to add to the list.


Click here to listen to the chapter being read and follow along as best you can.


Answer these question in your Home Learning Journal:


  1. Pg 59 - 'fjord-edge’. What does this mean? Use a dictionary to help you.
  2. Pg 59 - But unlike the Po of Ice, it was full of life and 'bustle'. Can you think of some synonyms?
  3. Pg 61 - She had readied her sled, and harnessed up her team.What does the word harness mean?
  4. Pg 62 - Find the words that tell you why Hela was a firm favourite?.




WALT: make notes on my knowledge of frozen lands, organising my notes into clear paragraphs. 


We have come to the end of our learning in our geography topic. So far, you have learnt about the geographical similarities and difference of human and physical features, name and locate some countries in the Northern and Southern Hemisphere, name the 8 compass points, locate the Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn, Arctic Circle and Antarctic Circle and find out views on environmental issues and suggest ways that we can change and improve.

That's a lot to write about!


You are going to spend this lesson planning your essay. This will be using the same planning format that we always use when completing essays. You will be given a number of paragraphs that you will need to write about and some key questions which you need to answer. In the boxes provided, you will need to plan what you want to say in each paragraph.


Remember - The more detail you put in your plan, the easier it will be to write the essay.