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Helping Children to Understand Coronavirus

Axel Scheffler has illustrated a digital book for primary school age children, free for anyone to read on screen or print out, about the coronavirus and the measures taken to control it.  The book has had expert input: Professor Graham Medley of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine acted as a consultant, and the company also had advice from two head teachers and a child psychologist.

The book aims to answer key questions in simple language appropriate for 5 to 9 year olds:

• What is the coronavirus?
• How do you catch the coronavirus?
• What happens if you catch the coronavirus?
• Why are people worried about catching the coronavirus?
• Is there a cure for the coronavirus?
• Why are some places we normally go to closed?
• What can I do to help?
• What’s going to happen next?

Please follow the link for an audio version of the book.

https://nosycrow.com/blog/actor-hugh-bonneville-to-voice-audio-for-nosy-crows-coronavirus-book-for-children/

*NEW* HOME LEARNING

Resources will be added here for you to access and complete with your child at home.

 

 

BBC Bitesize

Daily lessons on BBC Bitesize from Monday 20th April 

These are six different 20 minute shows, each designed to target a specific age group, from ages 5 to 14. Coverage includes lessons for each year group and key stage for Maths, Science and English.  Content for other subjects such as History, Geography, Music and Art will also be covered.

YEAR ONE

Monday 13th July

Hi Everyone,
 
We wanted to acknowledge the end of the year by saying a few words to both the children and the parents. 

 

Though we have continued to work and teach together, many of us did not get to say goodbye or formally celebrate our time together as part of our classes. This is where saying goodbye and intentionally planning time to say 'goodbye' is essential.  Goodbyes, celebrating accomplishments, and having closure supports our children in moving forward. As we intentionally say goodbye, think of ways you can give your children a sense of purpose through making meaning of their time in year one and all they have accomplished. Empower them by reminding them of the skills and strengths they possess. These things help combat the loss and stress experienced by children.

To all the children:

The time we had together which was cut short will never be forgotten. We laughed (a lot), supported each other and grew in knowledge. We would like you to talk to your parents about how you have grown this year. What new things you have learnt and begin to look forward into the future at the new school year. This is a year which the teachers will never forget. We love and miss you all. Please take care, help your families and come and see us next year! 

Love 

The year 1 team

 

To all parents:

I am sure juggling 'working from home, childcare and homeschooling' has been extremely difficult; but we wanted to focus on the positives of this time. So here goes ....

Homeschooling has given us all (teachers included) ...

  • Snuggle time, every day, with each of my children.
  • Forced me to learn patience, even when I thought there was no way I could.
  • You have made my children each other’s best friends.
  • You have let me be privy to the moments of my kids’ learning and development that will never again be repeated.
  • You have caused me to re-evaluate the idea that significance is found in one’s career.
  • You have encouraged me to do projects and art and to be fun, when I otherwise would be efficient, disciplined, and…boring.
  • You have exposed me to a new world of amazing friendships and experiences I never would have otherwise had.
  • You have made my values the values of my children.
  • You have afforded me the chance to see and treat each of my children as the unique, irreplaceable, completely one-of-a-kind persons they are.
  • You have given my kids’ grandparents a meaningful role and special relationship in each child’s life as they have participated in my children’s education.
  • You have opened my eyes to the fact that there isn’t just one curriculum per subject…there are virtually endless options, and that they can be tailored to the kind of learner each child is!
  • You have provided a way for responsibility and service to others to be just as important learning objectives as mastery of maths and phonics.
  • You have let my children see that the best learning comes through relationships.
  • You have helped me admit that I cannot do it all, and have pushed me to look outside myself for the resources and support I need.
  • You have gifted me both with a sense of accomplishment and a sense of humility.
  • You have impressed upon me the value of enjoying the process rather than working to attain the end result.
  • You have shown me that education is closely linked to feeding a caterpillar and then watching it metamorphose into a butterfly than coaching a runner who wins a race.
  • You have impressed upon me that, whatever the challenges involved, there is little in this life that I am more thankful for than being able to impact, each moment of each day, the kinds of persons my children become.
We wish you all the very best for the future. Please take time over the summer to enjoy each other and spend some time out in the world together and especially with your wider family and friends. Never take them for granted again; they are irreplaceable. 
 
We have put together some quick reference guides that you can dip into over the summer. Some activities your children will enjoy that will keep them actively engaged in their reading and writing plus some aids for maths. This is by no means a 'have to' but more of an offer so if you have any concerns about your child being prepared for school in September you have the relevant guidance available.
 
Thank you so much for all your support. Please try to relax over the holidays. 
 
The Year 1 Team
 








 

Monday 6th July

Hi, 

Hope you are all doing well. We miss you lots and lots! We hope you are all helping your parents around the house with jobs; maybe you could wash the dishes (count how many plates, how many spoons etc, make your bed, pair the socks when they have been washed (count in 2s at the same time) and sort out your toys (could they be arranged in a more systematic way?) Your parents would really appreciate the help … 'Am I right parents?'

I hope by now you all know about 'meet your new class teacher' week beginning 13th July (see Friday Letter for times). When you arrive you will be able to collect any PE kits, loose work (books will not be given out as they will move to the next year group and continue to be used in year 2). You will also get a chance to talk to your new teachers. We know them well and they are both excited and full of ideas with new topics you will learn next year. 

This week's home learning ...

PSHE (see attached)
Phonics  - link will be uploaded to the website also
Common exception words (read and write)
BBC Bitesize (Daily lessons)
Lailio Reading Programme
Numbots
Outdoor Learning: Week 6 (Photo's please)
Art: Connecting across generations (e.g. photo's of yourself now and as a baby etc)
9. THIS MONTH IS PLASTIC FREE JULY. WE WANT YOU TO GET INVOLVED IN THIS CAUSE. PLEASE VISIT www.plasticfreejuly.org hit 'get involved' click on 'what you can do' and choose 3 things and 'take the challenge'. Make a list of everything in your home that has plastic in and try to make a swap if possible.
10. On Wednesday it is 'world chocolate day'. Your challenge is to bake something with chocolate in and send a picture.

​As always if you feel your child needs to access work that you as parents choose to set that is fine by us. Please just keep us informed.

​We wish you a wonderful week. 

Take care

The year 1 team

Monday 29th June

Hello everyone,

Hope you are all keeping safe and well. By now you all should have heard which teacher is going to be your new class teacher (please see the Friday letter). You will be able to visit school, meet the teacher and collect belongings on the last week of term (please see the Friday letter for times as to when this opportunity is available). The summer holidays are fast approaching and if anyone needs a break from it all it is the parents. You have managed to juggle working from home with childcare and home learning. A big round of applause to you.


Home learning this week...

PSHE: See attached
Phonics: We hope phonics is going okay. Please check out the school website (a link to a new digraph is attached) class pages for an example on how to teach phonics to your child.
Common Exception Words: To learn to read and write
BBC Bitesize (Daily lessons): Please complete this daily
New lessons every day!
Lailio Reading Programme: Please complete three times a week (more if possible). See separate email for password
Numbots 
Outdoor Learning: Week 4 (Please send Mrs. Hill photos and comments about what you were doing, what you enjoyed and why - Mrs Hill is eagerly awaiting your photos).
Natural Art (see email below)
As always if you feel your child needs to access work that you choose to set that is fine by us. Please just keep us informed with what it is you are doing.

As always, if you have any problems, worries or concerns please do get in touch with us and maybe between us we can help.

Take care,

The year 1 team

Art Task:
Hi Everyone,
Over the next 2 weeks it is  National Children's Art week, with  a different theme for each of the 2 weeks: 
Week 1 - The Natural World
Week 2 - Connecting across generations

If you send in an art piece, it may be displayed on the website and you may achieve a certificate. 

What you do related to each theme is entirely up to you, use your own creativity! 


Thanks 

Phonics 24th June

Hi all,

Here is the next phonics lesson focusing on split digraph e_e.

 

Monday 22nd June 

 

Hi all,

We hope you have had a lovely week, although I'm sure the weather has upset most of you. We will hold out hope for this week ... fingers crossed.

Home learning this week...

PSHE: See attached
Phonics: We hope phonics is going okay. Please check out the school website (a link to a new digraph is attached) class pages for an example on how to teach phonics to your child.
Common Exception Words: To learn to read and write
BBC Bitesize (Daily lessons): Please complete this daily
New lessons every day!
Lalilo Reading Programme: Please complete three times a week (more if possible). See separate email for password
Please learn to read and write the attached year 1 common exception words
Numbots 
Outdoor Learning: Week 3 (Please send Mrs. Hill photos and comments about what you were doing, what you enjoyed and why - Mrs Hill is eagerly awaiting your photos).
As always if you feel your child needs to access work that you choose to set that is fine by us. Please just keep us informed with what it is you are doing.

As always, if you have any problems, worries or concerns please do get in touch with us and maybe between us we can help.

Have a good week

The Year 1 team

YEAR 1 LOCKDOWN LIFE!

We have loved receiving your photographs over the last few weeks of what you've been up to. Please do keep sending them to us. They really make us smile smiley

Monday 15th June

 

Hello all,

Hope you have all had a lovely week. We welcomed back to school those children that signed up to return. Please be assured that if your child hasn't signed up to return; we have not forgotten you. You are all at the forefront of our minds. At present we are trying to tie in school learning with home learning. As a result below you will find this week's home learning.

PSHE: See attached
Phonics: Please check out the school website, class pages for an example on how to teach phonics to your child. This week the digraph to concentrate on is 'ay'. The children have also been taught digraph 'ai' which is the same sound. It is down to experience of which digraph to use when. We say 'ay' usually comes at the end of a word and 'ai' in the middle of a word.
Common Exception Words: To learn to read and write
BBC Bitesize (Daily lessons): Please complete this daily
New lessons every day!
Lailio Reading Programme: Please complete three times a week (more if possible). See separate email for password
Please learn to read and write the attached year 1 common exception words
Numbots 
Outdoor Learning: Week 2 (Please send Mrs. Hill photos and comments about what you were doing, what you enjoyed and why.
As always if you feel your child needs to access work that you choose to set that is fine by us. Please just keep us informed with what it is you are doing.

If anyone is struggling to access any sites please let me know and we will try to help out. 

Please remember to keep sending us your work. We love to see what you are doing.

Thank you

Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Crehan and Miss Costello

LIBRARY CHALLENGE!

Friday 12th June

 

Hi all,

Attached is a poster which the library sent out to us and it holds a challenge for you to complete over your time away from school. We think it is a great idea to take part. Please check out their website and free resources also.

Thanks
Year 1 staff

Sustainable Home Learning

Monday 8th June

Hi all,

Just wanted to say 'hello' to you all at the start of a new week. The news has been full this week with information regarding 'Black Lives Matter' and 'Covid (which sadly is usual now!). Therefore we felt it was important to cover some information on skin colour and the differences between people. Please refer to the tile on BGFL titled 'Black Lives Matter' and listen to the songs and information and discuss this with your child. Please make a point of explaining the news story to your child (at an age appropriate level) and explain that although these people felt it important to protest the people who used violence at this protest made the wrong choice. 

Homework this week:

BBC Bitesize (Daily lessons): Please complete this daily
New lessons every day!
Lailio Reading Programme: Please complete three times a week (more if possible). See separate email for password
Daily phonics revision of digraphs learnt (Yellow Book in reading bag that was sent home)
Please learn to read and write the attached year 1 common exception words
Numbots 
Black lives matter
Outdoor Learning: An exciting opportunity to complete some work in the outdoors. This involves a ten week programme starting this week. See attached 
As always, if you have any problems please let us know so we can help. Please send Mrs. Hill photo's of you completing your outdoor homework with a short statement explaining what you are doing in the photo, how you enjoyed the activities and if you found it beneficial.

Thank you so much for all your support.
Take care
Mrs Hill, Miss Costello & Mrs Crehan

1st June

Welcome back after the half term break. We are hoping you are feeling relaxed and excited at the prospect of home learning for the new half term ahead. Well ... as you all know this term brings some a change. The children who have signed up to return to school will be allocated a day and return next week from the 8th June. If you as a family have chosen to opt out of returning to school - it is not a problem (things will continue as they are but as the teachers are teaching at the start of the week we will not be able to read emails straight away so it may take longer to receive a reply). If the issue is urgent, please ring the school on 0121 464 1730 and we will return your call when we get a spare moment. 

Homework for the week ahead:

English:  We would love for you to write us a letter to tell us how your half term break was. If you are returning to school on the 8th you can also ask us some questions and tell us how you are feeling about returning so that we are ready to answer your questions when you return. If you are staying at home then you could write a message to your friends who will be in school and we can share these messages on the 8th. The children coming into school will love to hear from you and then we can write some letters back in school! You can either email your letter or write one and post it to us. We love getting post!!
Science: As a space mission has just launched we thought it appropriate to talk about this with your child, watch a you-tube clip on take-off and build/make/experiment with different ways of making a rocket. Let us know how many different ways you made your rocket and let us know which rocket was your favourite and why this was the case.
Maths: Continue with numbots; bitesize and where possible talk about and discuss odd and even numbers. How creative can you be with this task in the outdoors? We are eagerly waiting to find out.
Lailio Reading Programme: If you are having trouble accessing please let us know.
RE: It was Pentecost on Sunday 31st May. Please read this Bible story to your child, watch a video on you-tube and complete the following:
How were the disciples changed by the coming of the Holy Spirit? Draw their faces before and after Pentecost 
Using craft materials make a face on a paper plate or a round piece of card to show how the disciples felt.  Discuss what captions would be appropriate and display the faces with some of the captions e.g. ‘The Holy Spirit bring us happiness.’  ‘The disciples were astonished.’ etc.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OMQKy1Mx49M


God Sends the Holy Spirit
This animated Bible story for kids is based on Acts 2.
www.youtube.com

We hope you have a lovely week.

Stay safe and well
Mrs Hill, Miss Costello & Mrs Crehan
 

Monday 18th May

 

Hi all,

We hope you are all keeping safe and well. It has been a couple of week since our phone calls to you and just checking in with everyone. We would just like to add an update to homework at this difficult time...

 

  • BBC Bitesize (Daily lessons): Please complete this daily
  • New lessons every day!
  • Lailio Reading Programme: Please complete three times a week (more if possible). See separate email for password
  • Daily phonics revision of digraphs learnt (Yellow Book in reading bag that was sent home)
  • Please learn to read and write the attached year 1 common exception words
  • Numbots 
  • Bee competition: See separate email from Mrs. Carr

As always if you feel your child needs to access work that you choose to set that is fine by us. Please just keep us informed with what it is you are doing.

If anyone is struggling to access any sites please let me know and I will try to help out. 

Please remember to keep sending us your work. We love to see what you are doing.

Thank you

Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Crehan and Miss Costello

Monday 20th April

Hi Year 1!

We hope you have all had a wonderful Easter break with your families. We are sure that the Easter bunny visited you all 😊. We were truly blessed with such wonderful weather and hope this continues. Now that the new Summer term has started we have some new ideas for what you can be doing for your home learning. We understand that it is hard to work at home so we want you to remember that you don't have to get worried about how much work you are doing as long as you are doing small amounts regularly. The ideas that we give you are just there as an option as we know that your best teachers are your parents! They were your  teachers for 4 years before you even came to school! So whatever your parents decide to do with you is the best decision. There are so many different ways to learn and you are brilliant at coming up with ways that you want to learn. Even though you don't realise it, your parents trick you into learning all the time! When you go for a walk and look at nature you are learning about plants and animals for Science and creation for RE, when your parents read you a bedtime story you are improving in English by listening to their expression and hearing new vocabulary, when you help to cook and set the table for dinner you are using your Maths skills to count, estimate and measure. There are so many ways that you can learn at home and have fun. We understand that lots of your parents are working and you have brothers and sisters who also need their help so we want you to be able to complete work at the pace that is right for your family situation so that you all feel happy and content at home. This time we are in now is not forever and so we will get back on track with everything we need to do in school. You are all amazing and we know that you will come back to school ready to work and full of energy. We really want you to come back with lots of stories to tell about the special times you've had with your families doing simple things you don't usually have the time to do. 

We have looked at the BBC Daily Lesson schedule and think this will be brilliant for Year 1 because the lessons are short and really simple to follow. They are varied each day to ensure coverage of subjects including wellbeing. You can decide how much you complete each day. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/zjpqqp3/year-1-lessons/1
Year 1 lessons - BBC Bitesize

There are also home learning packs you can download weekly if you wish to further support the learning from the BBC daily lessons at:

 

https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/free-home-learning-packs/

 


There is a specific phonics site called Lalilo which we would like you to use when you can. It is free at the moment which is brilliant! We will send you an individual email with your log in details this week. 

 

Continue to use Numbots for extra maths practise.

 

The Oxford Owl reading website below allows you to access and read online some familiar scheme books we use in school. Do let us know if you need guidance as to which stage/level your child should be reading. 

 

 https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/

 


For RE we would like you to think back on Holy Week and what a special time this is in the liturgical year. Can you write a prayer to Jesus thanking him for everything he did for us when he sacrificed his life. Or you could draw a picture of Jesus when he had risen from the dead. A reminder of the Easter story is below.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HL8R158Ujp4


 

We hope you have a wonderful week children and remember to keep sending us emails to show us what you have been doing and most importantly just to let us know you are having fun. 

We miss you all.

 

Stay safe and well
Mrs Crehan, Miss Costello and Mrs Hill

Hello Year 1!

We hope you are all having a lovely week with your families. It has been wonderful to receive some emails and photos of what you have been up to. You should all be able to access your own email account on BGFL 365 where you will find emails from us and you can use that address to reply to us. If you are having any problems accessing this account please let us know and we will get it sorted for you.

Missing you all x 

 

 

Year 1 Home Learning Grid

Science -Plants

YEAR TWO

Home Learning Week 6th July

Hello everybody, we hope you are continuing to enjoy the work we are setting for you. This week we have also added a weblink to the virtual Youth Proms to be led by Services for Education (there are even performances by the Royal Marine's Band) You can get virtual tickets to watch the events from home.

Have fun.

See you soon.

Mrs Bettam and Mrs Bailey

Home Learning 29th June

Home learning 15th June

Hello Year 2 . We really enjoyed talking to you and your families this week, and finding out what you have been doing at home. Have a look at the activity ideas we have for you this week, we are looking forward to seeing what you have done. Have a lovely week.

Stay safe, lots of love Mrs Bettam and Mrs Bailey.

 

English:

  • LSCWC

  • Watch the Youtube clip to learn what similes are. (Link in Powerpoint)

  • Create your own similes about yourself.

  • Create a simile poem about your Dad/Grandad/ brother/ uncle or special person.

  • Read ‘My Dad the super hero’ reading comprehension and answer the questions.

  • Write three reasons why you love your Dad/Special person (can you use a simile and explain why e.g ‘my dad is as strong as an elephant because he carries me on his shoulders”

  • Read the 2017 Father’s Day gift Guide reading comprehension and answer the questions.

 

Maths:

  • Look at the Powerpoint on fractions of amounts.

  • Can you find ½, ¼ and 1/3 of a packet of sweets?

  • Complete the ‘Finding fractions of amounts’ worksheet

  • Decide how comfortable you feel with this work and then choose your level on the ‘fractions of amounts activity cards’ Low-high

  • Pick some challenges from the challenge card and see what you can do.

 

Science

  • Read through the powerpoint on exercise.

  • Create your own exercises that you can do in 1 minute. Time yourself doing the exercises.

  • Answer the questions on exercise.

  • Can you create an exercise routine to help keep us all fit at home. Your routine should last at least 10 minutes. Can you tell us how long we need to do each exercise for? If you can video your routine and send it to school, we will try and copy your routines.

  • Make a poster explaining to people why it is important to exercise.

 

RE

  • Look through the Powerpoint about the Feast of Corpus Christi.

  • Use the ideas to create your own monstrance. You can draw/paint it on paper, make a 3D mode , or draw it on the computer. However you want, we would love to see your own creative ideas.

  • Write a prayer thanking God for the Mass and giving his life for us in the Eucharist.

 

PSHE

  • Have a look at the Picture news resources about money.

  • Can you make your own money box?

  • Do you get pocket money? What do you spend it on?

  • Can you find any money from different countries in your house? Where did it come from?

 

Outdoor Learning: Have a look at some of the wonderful activities listed and see how many you can complete this week.

Home schooling 8th June 2020

Hello our Year 2 lovelies! We hope you have had another nice week at home and that you managed to get some time outside, even if the weather has changed a little over the last few days. All that rain is doing our garden lots of good! Mrs Bailey is growing pumpkins, tomatoes, strawberries and sunflowers, which have all enjoyed a thoroughly good drink this week. If you are growing anything in your garden, we would love to see photos of how they are growing.

Please find below the list of activities for this week. The activities for PSHE this week are all on the BGFL on the 'Black Lives Matter' page.

Fingers crossed the weather will get better.

Stay safe.

Mrs Bailey and Mrs Bettam.

Home Schooling 1st June

Hello everyone. 

We hope you had a lovely half term with your families and enjoyed the break from school work. We have put next week's work below, but if you look on BGFL365 we have also added the you tube links connected to the different pieces of work.

Take care

Mrs Bettam and Mrs Bailey

Home Schooling week beginning 18th May

Hello everyone. We have had another wonderful week with lots of work being sent to us. Can you spot your work in the photographs on your class page? 

Lots of you have been logging on to Lalilo and TT Rockstars which is great, you will all be experts soon, keep going and trying to improve your score.

Have a lovely weekend, be safe and take care of each other. Mrs Bailey and Mrs Bettam

 

Activity ideas 18th May

Home schooling week 11th May

 

Hello everyone, we hope you enjoyed the bank holiday with your families, in the beautiful sunshine. Did you do anything special to celebrate?

Mrs Bettam had a street party with quizzes and lots of fun and Mrs Bailey had a picnic with VE day cupcakes and attempted to sing "We'll meet again".

 

Here are the links for the work we would  like you to have a look at this week.

Hopefully the sun will come back out again and you'll be able to carry on having fun outside. Don't forget to keep sending us your photos, and keep going with TT Rockstars and Numbots, some of your scores are really improving!

Take care Mrs Bailey and Mrs Bettam xx

Activity ideas week 11th May

Home schooling week 4- Monday 4th May

Hello everyone. We hope you have had a lovely week and that you still managed to get outside, despite the rain, this week. We have had some amazing work sent to us again this week. It is wonderful to see how creative you are being and how you are working together with your family.

This week we have given you some tasks based on a special day that is happening on Friday. Don't We can't wait to see your work for this week. Take care, keep smiling smiley Mrs Bailey and Mrs Bettam x 

Activity ideas week 4th May

Homeschooling update 20th April

 

Good morning everybody. We hope you have had a lovely break over Easter and that the Easter bunny made it to your house, I'm sure he was very busy! We have been so impressed with the wonderful activities you have been doing at home with your parents and love the fact that you are learning while having fun. The best activities are when you don't actually realise you are learning. Your parents know what is best for you, enjoy this special time together. 

 

We are looking forward to using the BBC Bitesize website where there are lots of lovely lessons/activities for you all to enjoy should your parents want some suggestions

bbc.co.uk/bitesize/levels/z3g4d2p

 

There are also home learning packs you can download weekly if you wish to further support the learning from the BBC daily lessons at:

https://classroomsecrets.co.uk/free-home-learning-packs/

 

Please keep working through the Lalilo Phonics work we have set. We are continually checking and can see that you are all trying hard, well done.

 

Continue to use Numbots for extra maths practise.

 

The Oxford Owl reading website below allows you to access and read online some familiar scheme books we use in school. Do let us know if you need guidance as to which stage/level your child should be reading. 

 

 https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/

 

We have been trying to put some work onto the BGFL365 into the Year 2 Homelearning folder with links to other sites for you to enjoy. We will also be putting new activities from our usual planning for you to complete.

Please don't spend all your time online... get outside, bake, make 3D crafts from junk, paint.

bgfl365launch - year2homelearning folder at the top of the page.

 

Please continue to keep in touch with us through the school email address for year 2. We have loved seeing all your photographs.

year2@stedward.bham.sch.uk

 

Take care, stay safe and keep being good for your parents.

Love

Mrs Bettam and Mrs Bailey

Science 20th April

Homeschooling update -Thursday 26th March

Hello Year 2 !!

We hope you are enjoying the sunshine? Please remember to check your emails and the Homework app on BGFL365, we are looking forward to seeing what you have been up to!

Take care Mrs Bailey and Mrs Bettam x 

List of useful websites for Year 2

Twinkl have suggested a daily timetable for children at home, with activities linked to them. A useful starting point perhaps, linked to work we are setting ourselves. 

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/live-lessons/primary-live-lessons/zmc9jhv

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