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Monday 8th February

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



Following the number trios we looked at last week and the example given can you fill in the addition and subtraction facts?

Walt: divide by 5 and identify links with multiplying by 5.

To be able to use division facts for the 5 times table and relate them to multiplication facts.


These are the words you were practicing last week

Phonics: i  ie  y  i-e  igh

Subject based vocabulary:











food chain















Look at the list and test yourself on any words you might not know.

Say the sounds as you write the words.

The best way to learn is to look, cover, write and check.

Here are this weeks spelling and phonics:

This week's spelling are:

The best ways to learn is to look, cover, write and check.

Today we will be moving on to the sound b/oo/k

With the following spellings: oo   u   oul

Phonics: oo   u   oul

Subject based vocabulary:

This week the words are all from Pugs of the Frozen North













Explore the word slumber. What does it mean to slumber? Can you write a sentence with the word slumber in it?



What does the word flump mean?

How are Sika and Shen kind in this chapter?

Now for the real danger – the Kraken….What do you think the Kraken is?

What could happen next?

Write your predictions in your book then read the next three pages:

Did you guess that the strange looking trees were actually scary tentacles?

Phew! what brave little pugs protecting Sika and Shen!

  • Where you right?
  • Was the Kraken as scary as you imagined?
  • What do the pugs bite really hard?
  • Walt: (do lots of amazing things today!)

    Describe what we mean by alliteration

    Make some silly sentences

    Create an informative fact file


    Alliteration is when two or more words in a sentence start with the same letter.

    Here is a video link to a cheesy song that might help us to remember what alliteration is…



  • Change the last word so that each sentence makes sense. Choose words from the box to help you.

        barks   chirps    buzzes   hisses   neighs    quacks   bleats   brays  moos   cheeps


  • A donkey buzzes


  • On Thursday we looked at writing a fact file on seals following our story of Cimru the seal and her pup. On Friday we explored a newspaper article about a time capsule from the North Pole that had been found.

  • The time capsule was found very quickly which means the ice is melting faster than people thought it would. This will affect all marine life. Our seal book shows two animals that will be affected by the changes to the ocean. Today let's learn about the other animal in our book.We are about to get to the exciting part of our book with a whale chase!

  • The following site is all about whales:



    Orcas, (sometimes called killer whales as they hunt seals), are the largest of the dolphins and one of the world's most powerful predators. They are immediately recognizable by their distinctive black and white colouring. Smart and social, orcas make a wide variety of communicative sounds, and each pod has distinctive noises that its members will recognize even at a distance. They usually hunt in pods (groups) of up to 40.
  • Can you watch the video that is on the following site and create a fact file about an Orca whale:



    Can you write down anything else you have found out from the video?

    Whale fact file:




Lets remember what we have been exploring this term... The week before last we explored our own diets.


Well done Hydra. Completing a food dairy is a detailed thing to do but it helps us to identify the things we may be getting a lot of and the things we may be missing out on.

But does it really matter what foods we eat?

This is a big question that people may not always agree on…what are the best foods to eat?

People all over the world eat different diets so the answer lies in what each type of food does for our body. We need to start with vitamins and minerals. These come largely from eating a wide variety of fruit and vegetables.

Look carefully at the pyramid poster and draw a table in your journal based on the poster.

Now let's remind ourselves of some key words:

Key words:


A purpose, something that does something so that something else can work


Nutrients your body needs in small amounts to work properly and stay healthy


Nutrients (different to vitamins) that your body needs in small amounts to work properly and stay healthy




Walt: identify what makes a balanced diet.

Today we are going to explore in more detail what each food group does for us but first have a look at the following pictures.



In the following foods:

How it helps us live and function:


Oranges, carrots, beef, nuts

Helps fight coughs and colds, helps us see and helps us move and think


Milk, spinach, salt. sweetcorn

Strengthens bones, teeth, helps body absorb iron


Water, tomatoes, lettuce, strawberries

Helps keep the blood healthy and fluid, helps get rid of things that build up in the body.

Needed for cells and body fluids


Bread, pasta, apples, potatoes

We need carbohydrates to keep active


Nuts, oils, avocados, butter

Store energy in the body and insulate it against the cold


Cereal, apples, wholegrains, lentils

Provides roughage which helps keep the food moving through the gut


Red meat, fish, beans, yoghurt

Helps the body repair itself and grow